The Journal of San Diego History
Summer 1977, Volume 23, Number 3
James E. Moss, Editor
Thomas L. Scharf, Assistant Editor

San Diego Union, November 4, 1867

Among the greatest ornaments and curiosities of this neighborhood are the palm trees near Old Town. It would be a pity to lose them. Will not some public-spirited citizen levy a contribution on our lumber-yards and carpenters and have them fenced in ?

Daily Bulletin, July 12,1872

A prominent real estate dealer informs us that there is considerable inquiry for city property. Another dealer sold $2,000 worth of lost yesterday.

San Diego Union, December 16, 1869

Attention: All persons that have signed a list of pioneers of San Diego on Christmas Eve, 1868, are requested to attend a meeting in Horton’s Hall on 5th St. on Mon., Dec. 20, when an organization and election of officers will take place.

National City Record, September 28, 1882

Paradise Valley has  horse with a mustache.