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Lost San Diego - Mission Olive Works

The romantic Mission Olive Works building was replaced in the late 1950s by this, an attempt of the State Highway Department (now Caltrans) to compliment and contrast with the historic "Old San Diego Architecture" in Old Town.

Historic photos c. 1920. Courtesy Coons collection


Current photos by Bruce Coons


2005 - Volume 36, Issue 4

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