Ohre mobile home park, Mission Valley, 1975. "After we closed the dairy, we decided to start a mobile-home park. Dr. Askew who was opposed to mobile-home parks because of typhoid. I went to Dr. Askew  and said that any time the authorities had asked the Ohre family to comply with milk regulations, they had done so."

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Life Along the San Diego River

Mission Valley before the concrete - farms and dairies of the Gugllemettis, Fentons, Ferraris, Levis, McReadys, Ohres

“There were two different swimming holes. The girls would have one and the boys would sneak up there, and the girls would be swimming nude and we would try to swipe their clothes.

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