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Danforth & Bauer Spec House By Paul & Sarai Johnson
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The Danforth & Bauer Spec House was built in 1913 by Charles Danforth and Louis Bauer. Historically significant for its location near the 1913 electric rail line and its contribution to the... More > development of streetcar suburbs. This house is an excellent example of American Prairie Foresquare style and the integrity is authentic. Early owners of the house were; Henry & Elizabeth Dwight, John & Petunia May, Elijah & Avis Porterfield, and Elbert & Violet Brooks.< Less
John Walter "Black Jack" Reeves, Jr. and Dorothy Reeves, Edward H. Depew House By Sarai & Paul Johnson
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The John Walter "Black Jack" Reeves, Jr. and Dorothy Reeves, Edward Harold Depew House is historically significant for its architecture, military history and it was designed and built by... More > master builder Edward Harold Depew. Built in 1936 for pilot and aircraft carrier Rear Admiral (later Admiral) John Walter "Black Jack Reeves, Jr. and his wife Dorothy Reeves. The house is an excellent example of the Spanish Eclectic style that was prevalent in during the depression.< Less
Sarah Wood & Rose Vollmer, Richard John Lareau House By Paul & Sarai Johnson
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The Sarah Wood & Rose Vollmer, John Richard Lareau House is one of San Diego's mid-century modern gems. Located on the bluffs of Sunset Cliffs, the stunning views of nature are showcased with... More > this simple post and beam structure. Keeping a low profile, the house fits into the site with the Pacific Ocean and rolling hills. Master Architect, John Richard Lareau designed the house in 1963, as a speculative house for Sarah Wood and Rose Vollmer. The structure has weathered beautifully over time and retained its authentic integrity.< Less
100+ Vintage California Postcards (Ebook / PDF Slideshow) By FishesEye Publishing
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A nostalgic collection of over 100 early picture postcard images of California - San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, Redondo, Hollywood, Yosemite Park, Catalina Island, etc. The coast,... More > town and country, architecture, parks, mountains, fruit groves, etc, scanned and digitized. Scenic and historic views, and a breath of the West Coast from yesteryear! Mostly images from the early 20th century, many in hand-tinted color. Of special interest to Californians, architects and amateur historians. Supplied in as a PDF ebook with optional slideshow functionality and image transition effects.< Less
Natives in the News By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of Newspaper articles from 1850-1930 from Southern California, including San Diego to San Francisco to Blythe with commentary from author and critical summaries from other historians.
Ramblings of a Rebel By Jessica Cavaliere
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Ramblings of a Rebel explores historical time periods such as Colonial America, U.S. Civil War, German history, along with my adventures in Germany and other poems about music, sports, and emotions.
Ramblings of a Rebel By Jessica Cavaliere
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Ramblings of a Rebel explores historical time periods such as Colonial America, U.S. Civil War, German history, along with my adventures in Germany and other poems about music, sports, and emotions.
Liquid Comfort By Guire John Cleary
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A Sober and Credible History of Beverage Alcohol Refreshment in San Diego and Disquisition on the Notable Tipplers and Tapsters of Our Fair Town.
Liquid Comfort By Guire John Cleary
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A Sober and Credible History of Beverage Alcohol Refreshment in San Diego and Disquisition on the Notable Tipplers and Tapsters of Our Fair Town.
Slow Travels--California By Lyn Wilkerson
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Slow Travels-California explores this State's history along the present and previous routes of U.S. Highways 40, 50, 60, 99 and 395. U.S. Highways 40 and 50 parallel each other across the Mother... More > Lode of the Sierra Nevadas, around Lake Tahoe, into the Sacramento Valley. From Sacramento, they take divergent routes to San Francisco and the Bay Area. U.S. 99 travels down the length of the Central Valley, and across the San Fernando Mountains into Los Angeles, before turning east to the Imperial Valley and Mexico. U.S. 395 covers two segments; the northern one along the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevadas to Reno, and the southern route through the Owens Valley, passing Death Valley, down to San Diego. Come explore the rich and varied history of the Golden State. This guide provides in-depth information about historic sites, landmarks, and legends along California's highways. And your purchase contributes $1 to the American Trails Preservation Trust.< Less

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What May Come What May Come By Robert Grant
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