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Built in 1887 this French Mansard house was shown in the foreground of many of the historic "Birdseye" view photos of downtown San Diego. In 1910 it was moved to 1930 30th Street in South Park, where it is now being restored by its owner.


This is one of only three or four that still exist in San Diego. The beautiful Victorian house was located on the northwest corner of 7th and A Streets on what we now call Cortez Hill.


Historic photo courtesy Coons collection; current photo by Bruce Coons

2005 - Volume 36, Issue 2

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