The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1994, Volume 40, Numbers 1 & 2
Richard W. Crawford, Editor
Page 52. Cannon near intersection of Market St. and Pacific Highway, looking west.
Page 54. Artilleryman firing a Napoleon at Fort Rosecrans.
Page 57. Firing sunset salute from Market St. and Pacific Highway, ca. 1890s.
Page 58. San Diego’s Napoleons at the Army Reserve Center.
Page 60. The Napoleons on the floor of the Army garage at Baker Field in Mission Valley.
Page 62. “El Justin” in 1981, “polished, cherished and fired” by Navy Sub Base cannon team. Sign in rear donated by San Diego Historical Society describes the gun and its history.
Page 63. Fully restored “El Justin” and “Big John” in July 1989.
Page 64. Gun Engraver Ron Callings cutting in “U.S ” on top of “Big John.”
Page 66. Belt buckle presented to cannoners by Sub Base C.O. John Hinkle for “El Justin” restoration.