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The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1975, Volume 21, Number 1
James E. Moss, Editor

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Page 52-53.

Henry Delano Fitch Map of the Port of San Diego

Page 55.
Henry Delano Fitch Map of the Port of San Diego

San Diego, 1850, after the sketch of Lt. Powell

Page 57.
San Diego, 1850, after the sketch of Lt. Powell

MIGUEL De PEDRORENA

Page 59.
MIGUEL De PEDRORENA

JOHN JUDSON AMES

Page 60.
JOHN JUDSON AMES

WILLIAM HEATH DAVIS

Page 62.
WILLIAM HEATH DAVIS c 1850

Page 67.
Point Loma Coal Mine
Picture taken in 1953

Page 71. Juan Lorenzo Bruno Bandini and his daughter Maria Ysidora Barbara Bandini de Couts

Page 74.
SKETCH of the PORT OF SAN DIEGO 1850
Compiled from recent surveys

Average rise and fall of the tide, Six feet. Soundings are in fathoms at low water. Those on the bar outside were taken by officers of the U.S. Steamship Massachusetts and those inside of Port by A.B. Gray.

Page 75. Explanations

Blocks in New San Diego are all numbered and generally 300 feet by 200 feet. Lots are lettered except those in blocks 18, 19 & 20 are projected for Wharf privileges. Lots in blocks 1 1/2, 2 1/2, 3 1/2, 4 1/2, & 5 are 50 by 140 feet. Lots numbered from 1 to 38 in blocks 18 & 19 are 75 by 50 feet except No’s 7, 14, 25, & 32 of said blocks which are 75 feet square. Lots numbered from one to twenty-two and situated in block 20 are 100 by 50 feet; and those lettered H and G of blocks 8, 9, 10, 11, & 12 are 65 by 100 feet. Block 31 belongs to the United States, on which the Government has erected buildings for depot etc. Block 39 belongs to the United States for Government purposes. Lots No’s 1 to 19 inclusive in block 18 belong to the United States and Front of said block, also for Wharf purposes etc.
Streets are 75 feet wide except Atlantic and Commercial, both of which are 100 feet.