The Journal of San Diego History
San Diego History Center Quarterly
Winter 2016, Volume 62, Number 1
Winter 2016, Volume 62, Number 1 (PDF)
One Hundred Years of Civil Engineering Excellence in San Diego
Timothy M. Shell
The Bridges of San Diego County: The Art of Civil Engineering
The History of Caltrans District 11
Cathryne Bruce-Johnson and Carmen Sandoval
Rick Engineering and the Rick Family Legacy: Planning, Designing, and Engineering Communities Since 1927
Brian F. Mooney
The Mountain Springs Grade: Conquering San Diego’s Mountain Barrier to Commerce with the East
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The San Diego History Center gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the Robert D.L. Gardiner Foundation and the Quest for Truth Foundation for their ongoing support of The Journal of San Diego History. Additional support is provided by Journal of San Diego History Fund of the San Diego Foundation and private donors.
Front Cover: The Coronado Bridge designed by Robert Mosher. Photograph by Abe Ordover.
Back Cover: Grantville Trolley Station. Photograph by Vince Streano.
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