A map from 1885 during the height of the Anti-Chinese sentiment in California shows locations of prostitution houses, gambling dens and opium resorts in San Francisco Chinatown, according to Mapping the Nation.
The map was part of a report to the San Francisco Board of Supervisor intended to assess the “threat” of Chinese in the city. The report blames the arrival of the Chinese to the spread of prostitution and made note that more white women were living with Chinese men. The photo to the left is from UC Berkeley’s Bancroft Library
It also mentions the “idolatrous” houses of worships spreading throughout Chinatown.
You can see a detailed view of the map in Mapping the Nation.