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The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
April 1966, Volume 12, Number 2
Elvira L. Wittenberg, Editor
Tim MacNeil, Asst. Editor

Greek Theatre

Setting for 1915 production of Midsummer Nights Dream.

 

Greek Theatre

Back view of Stoa on November 12, 1911.
The event was the groundbreaking of the School of Antiquity.


Greek Theatre

Wide angle view of the Doric Stoa and participants in Aroma of Athens (1911).
First major production at Point Loma. Note hard packed dirt on floor.

 

Greek Theatre

Transformed Furies in in Eumenides, 1922.

 

Greek Theatre

Reception to the Veterans of the G.A.R., 1914.
The temple on the hill was the one on the right in Picture #2.

 

Greek Theatre

View of amphitheatre before the actual construction. 1900.

 

Greek Theatre

Collapsed Stoa. Blown down on November 15 and 16 during 65 mph storm.

 

Greek Theatre

Recontruction of Stoa. (February, 1959)

 

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