With April in Old Town
October 2003

James McCoy House ~ 1869

Home of the first Sheriff of California

Hjem for Californiens første Sheriff

Robinson-Rose House ~ 1853

Built by lawyer James Robinson.
Later sold to Louis Rose, first Jewish San Diego resident.

Bygget af sagfører James Robinson.
Senere solgt til Louis Rose, første jødiske indbygger i San Diego.

A guy eating his lunch - he fit so perfectly into the scenery.

En mand der spiser frokost - han passede så fint ind i omgivelserne.

Alvarado House ~ 1824

Home to a sister of Pio Pico, California's last Mexican governor.

Hjem for en søster af Pio Pico, Californiens sidste mexicanske guvernør.

Johnson House ~ 1870

Home to George Johnson, who operated a steamboat on the Colorado River, and his wife Maria Estéfana Alvarado Johnson.
They also owned the Penasquitos Adobe Ranch.

Hjem for George Johnson, som sejlede en hjuldamper på Colorado-floden, og hans hustru Maria Estéfana Alvarado Johnson.
De ejede også Penasquitos Adobe Ranch.

Washington Square

Casa de Bandini ~ 1869

Built as a home for Juan Bandini, and became a hotel about 1869.

Bygget som hjem for Juan Bandini, og blev hotel omkring 1869.

Casa de Estudillo ~ 1829

Home of José Antonio Estudillo and his wife Maria Victoria Dominguez and their five children.

Hjem for José Antonio Estudillo og hans hustru Maria Victoria Dominguez og deres fem børn.

Thomas Whaley House ~ 1856

San Diego's first brick building, home of Thomas Whaley.
Believed to be the most haunted building in the United States.
Mysteriously, a little girl named Victoria Whaley was buried in an unmarked grave in the Whaley family plot in Mt. Hope Cemetery, although her existence has always been denied by the Whaley family. The most active ghost in the Whaley House is said to be a little girl, supposedly no Whaley girls died in childhood.

San Diego's tidligste murstensbygning, hjem for Thomas Whaley. Menes at være det sted i USA, hvor det spøger mest. Mystisk nok er en lille pige ved navn Victoria Whaley begravet uden gravsten i Whaley-familiens gravsted på Mt. Hope Kirkegård, på trods af, at hendes eksistens altid er blevet benægtet af Whaley-familien. Det mest active spøgelse i Whaley-huset siges at være en lille pige, på trods af, at det hævdes, at ingen af Whaley-familiens piger døde som lille.




Derby-Pendleton House ~ 1851

Built as a home for writer George Horatio Derby.

Bygget som hjem for forfatter George Horatio Derby.

Casa de Pedrorena ~ 1854

Originally the home of Miguel Pedrorena, Jr.

Oprindeligt hjem for Miguel Pedrorena, Jr.

Casa de Machado y Stewart ~ 1838

 Home of John C. Stewart and his wife, Rosa Machado Stewart.

Hjem for John C. Stewart og hans hustru, Rosa Machado Stewart.

Casa de Machado y Silvas ~ 1830

Called "House of the Flag" because the Mexican flag was hidden here during the Mexican-American War.

Kaldes "Flaghuset", fordi det mexicanske flag skjultes her under krigen mellem Mexico og USA.

Casa de Wrightington ~ 1840

Was originally a hospital.

Var oprindeligt hospital.

Casa de Carillo ~ 1821

Oldest secular building in California.

Ældste verdslige bygning i Californien.

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