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Rancho Guajome Celebrates 150 Years

Originally a land grant of over 2,200 acres, approximately 560 acres are preserved as a regional park owned and managed by the County of San Diego, Department of Parks and Recreation. The rancho's centerpiece is its adobe home. At nearly 7000 square feet and containing 28 rooms, it was the focal point of northern San Diego's social, political, and economic life in the second half of the 19th century. Rancho Guajome is a National Historic Landmark, restored by the County of San Diego to its original splendor. It is maintained as a historic site, and is open to the public for tours and special events. Continuing research is an important component of the County's stewardship.

If you haven't visited Rancho Guajome you must take the time to do so; it is one of California's greatest treasures. Call (760) 724-4082 for information.

2003 - Volume 34, Issue 3


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Adding to the Controversy

A Salute to Our Volunteers

Announcing San Diego's First Modernism Weekend

San Diego Modernism Weekend

Julius Shulman

Vintage Trailer Show Rolls In

SOHO Volunteers Needed for Modernism Weekend

Most Endangered List of Historic Resources

Preservation Revolving Fund

People In Preservation Award Winners

An Evening with People In Preservation

Cross-Border Preservation Updates

Irving Gill in Oceanside

From Seismic Event to Spanish Style

Time is Not on our Side

The San Diego Old House Fair In Review

Annual Call For Board of Director Nominations

Rancho Guajome Celebrates 150 Years

Governor Appoints Dr. Susan Hector

Highway 101 Museum

Let's Talk Stucco

Thank You

Wish List

SOHO Congratulates the San Diego Historical Society

Whaley House Docents & Volunteers

The Verna House to be Renovated

SOHO Speakers Bureau

Volunteer Appreciation Party

Annual Meeting

Strength in Numbers

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