The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Spring 1977, Volume 23, Number 2
Editor James Moss
Asst. Editor Thomas L. Scharf
Page 8. Mrs. Margaret Fanton and some of her students standing at the entrance to the Chinese Mission School, Mrs. Fanton became one of the most prominent of the Mission’s teachers and leaders.
Page 11. Early residents of San Diego’s Chinatown were members of the Ah Quin family. Ah Quin later became known as the “Mayor of Chinatown” and was a wealthy restaurant owner and businessman.
Page 12. San Diego’s Chinese Mission School as it appeared about 1920 when it had moved to property belonging to businessman George W. Marston at 645 First Avenue.
Page 15. Two pastors of the Chinese Mission, Reverend K. T. Wong, at left, and Reverend C. C. Hung about 1938. Reverend Hung served as first pastor of the Mission in 1925.