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The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Summer 1976, Volume 22, Number 3
James E. Moss, Editor

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Odd Fellows

Page 1. Odd Fellows posed in front of Horton’s Hall, July 4, 1876

Horton House

Page 3. Horton House c. 1878

San Diego Silver Cornet Band San Diego Silver Cornet Band

Page 4-5. San Diego Silver Cornet Band

Methodist Church

Page 6. Methodist Church (center) on the corner of 4th and D Streets where religious services were held.

Bertie Bush

Page 7. Bertie Bush who played Miss Liberty in ceremonies at the pavilion.

Float of the U.S. Signal Service

Page 7. Float of the U.S. Signal Service. Left to right: Mssrs. Speed, Kelly, Blythe, Patton, Wells, Howgate, and DuSouchet

Looking west

Page 8. “City Father” William Augustus Begole standing in front of his tin shop on Fifth Street

Looking west

Page 8. Looking west toward the corner of 2nd and D streets where the parade turned south, in front of the Fashion Livery Stable, to the Pavilion

San Diego Harmonie Cornet Band

Page 9. San Diego Harmonie Cornet Band

Dr. Lewis Carstairs Gunn

Page 11. Dr. Lewis Carstairs Gunn, President of the Day

View looking southeast from the Court House

Page 12. View looking southeast from the Court House roof showing the back side of the pavilion at center

Philip Morse

Page 14. Philip Morse, Poet of the day

Douglas Gunn

Page 15. Douglas Gunn, Editor, San Diego Union, Historian of the Day

San Diego Court House

Page 16. The San Diego Court House where the Centennial Tree was planted

Horton House ad

Page 18. [Horton House ad]

Menu   Menu

Page 19. Menu of the day for Centennial Dinner at the Horton House

Western Union Telegraph and Military Telegraph

Page 20. Western Union Telegraph and Military Telegraph decorated for the 4th, 1876

Captain James Henry Johnston

Page 21. Captain James Henry Johnston of the Orizaba

Home of Thomas and Anna Whaley

Page 22. Home of Thomas and Anna Whaley where old towners held a ball on the evening of the 4th

Cover of centennial celebration program

Page 23. Cover of centennial celebration program