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Lost San Diego - Julia Dent Residence,
Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library

In 2000, the City of San Diego approved a project allowing demolition of this national treasure before the project was ready to be constructed. This is against city ordinance. Today this empty lot is an eyesore with no project in sight and houses not a national treasure but a dumpster.

Julia Dent Residence, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library, 1894


January, 2004, weeds and home to a dumpster. Photo by Sandé Lollis


2004 - Volume 35, Issue 1

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Cinderella Story


Old Enough


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SOHO Becomes a Partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

A Partnership to Preserve America


Preservation Action Update


After the Fires


Port Votes to Demolish 40% of the OPHQ


San Diego to Host OHP and CPF Training Workshops

From Lemons to Locomotives & Beyond


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S. Kathleen Flanigan Preservation Revolving Fund

A Memorial to a Friend in Preservation


A Formal Groundbreaking


1950s Wrestling & Roller Rink Building to be Razed

SOHO Forms Modernism Committee


Herbert Kunzel Residence Receives Historic Designation
Identification & Evaluation of Mid-20th-Century Buildings

Events & Education Update


Letters to the Editor


2004 Craftsman-Spanish Revival Weekend


People In Preservation


Strength in Numbers


Lost San Diego


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