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Winnetka Ranch/Harvey Homestead - 1880's adobe and frame main ranch house is safe.


Left The adobe bunkhouse was heavily damaged but can be restored. Many other out buildings were destroyed. Right Honey Springs Ranch - c. 1930's, main buildings were all lost; only one cottage survived. The property was recently purchased by a land preservation trust.


Thing Brothers Store - c. 1880's, lost. Listed as a Historic Site by the County of San Diego, this building was one of the last remaining 19th century false front general stores in the County. It contained original store shelves and other historic fabric at the time of fire.


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2007 - Volume 38, Issue 3/4

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From the Editor


Reconstructing Balboa Park's "Dream City"
Names & Milestones in the History of Prado Buildings

10 Vanished Balboa Park Landmarks


Historic Losses: Fires Devastate San Diego San Diego County's Historic Sites


California Tile: Our Claim to Tile Fame


The Use of Tile in the Home


Tile Resources


President's Message


Reflections


In Memoriam - Beth Montes


The Beth Montes Memorial Internship & Outreach Fund

Book Reviews


Letters to the Editor


Lost San Diego


Strength in Numbers


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