Various Authors noon, Feb. 23
These are truly handmade homes.
Posted April 3, 1980
Stories this photo appears in:
San Diego's old trolleys, off season Mission Beach, lost colony of Mission hills, an abused dog, Surfer Motel attacked, Baseball card obsession
Stories hidden in the back pages of the Reader
The glories of San Diego's trolley system Buses are rough; the passengers fall down easier. With the streetcars, you knew where they were—smooth starts and stops. They weren’t swaying back and forth—therefore, less accidents. And ...
Mrs. Steffes rented out the rooms for $15-25 a month
Sometimes it seems as though the history of San Diego began with the invention of pastel stucco. The residential heritage of the city consists largely of rows of nondescript stucco boxes, with an occasional white-frame ...