The Journal of San Diego History
January 1967, Volume 13, Number 1
Elvira L. Wittenberg, Editor

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Judge Ben Hayes

Page 33. Judge Ben Hayes, District Judge 1858-63. (Photo courtesy Title Insurance and Trust Co.)

Bookcase-desk used by Judge Hayes

Page 34. Bookcase-desk used by Judge Hayes throughout his court career, is one of Serra Museum’s prized exhibits. It was also used by Pio Pico, last Mexican Governor of California. Desk is 115 years old.

Louis Rose

Page 36. Louis Rose, pioneer San Diego businessman. Rose Canyon, Rose Creek, and Roseville all have his name. In 1867, owning other business enterprises in Old Town, he remodeled the store formerly occupied by E. W. Morse.

manuscript by Judge Hayes

Page 37. Reproduction of the first page of the original interview manuscript by Judge Hayes

Yuma Indians

Page 39. Yuma Indians.

San Miguel Arcangel Mission

Page 39. San Miguel Arcangel Mission. Built in 1797.

Santa Ysabel Mission.

Page 40. Santa Ysabel Mission.

Henry Delano Fitch.

Page 41. Henry Delano Fitch.

Page 42. Las Flores Mission, southernmost point reached by Castro during the 1837 uprising.