The Journal of San Diego History
Winter 1983, Volume 29, Number 1
Thomas L. Scharf, Managing Editor

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Page 29. The “East End” Logan Heights area in 1905, showing major points of interest prior to that date.

Weldon-Glasson House   Gorham House

Page 33. Two Logan Heights residences are currently listed on the San Diego Historical Landmark Registry. They are the Weldon-Glasson House (above left), built in 1880 and the oldest house in the study area, and the Gorham House, an 1894-vintage house located alongside present-day Interstate 5. Prior to the 1920, Logan Heights was home to some of San Diego’s most prestigious families.



Page 35. The Logan Heights area today, showing major ” improvements” to the area since 1905

Flat Iron Apartments   Italian-style residence

Page 36-37. Notable buildings in present-day Logan Heights include the Italian-style residence (right), built about 1885, and the Flat Iron Apartments, constructed about 1910 at the corner of Twenty-sixth Street and National Avenue. Both buildings have been recently restored

THE PHOTOGRAPHS are courtesy of the City of San Diego Planning Department. Maps were supplied by the author.