San Francisco Police badge #353, issued to Louis H. Young on July 16, 1883. Thanks to Lou Tercero for researching the files.
Additional Info from City Directories:
1884 Occupation: Policeman Res. 1512 Powell
1887 Occupation: Policeman Res. 1806 Stockton St.
1896 Occupation: Policeman Res. 2421 California St.
1913 Occupation: Policeman Res. 238 8th Ave.
San Francisco Police badge #23 made of sterling silver and issued to Henry Hook who was appointed 4-25-1878.
San Francisco Police badge #586 hallmarked J.C.Irvine Sterling Silver. Issued to Henry H. Rudolph who was appointed 4-21-13.
Clerk San Francisco Police badge #62.
Hallmarked Irvine & Jachens STERLING.
Philip Edward Fraher’s San Francisco Police officer and Sergeant badge #40. This badge was first used as a police officer badge and when the Fraher was promoted to Sergeant the badge was reversed and restamped. The pin and catch would have been removed and attached to the new reverse side of the badge. Fraher was born in 1866, a native son of California and was appointed a patrolman July 6, 1894. He made Sergeant in 1904 and in 1914 Lieutenant. He retired in August of 1921.
San Francisco Chronicle
Aug. 2, 1921
San Francisco Presentation Retired Police badge #A163 Hallmarked Irvine & Jachens STERLING. Presented to John Ryan by Members of Co. M Aug 1st 1929.
Made by Irvine & Jachens 1027 Market St. S.F., dated 7-1-15.