LOST SAN DIEGO
Over the course of our city and county's history, many historic buildings, both commercial and residential, and cultural landscapes have been lost. The following historic images are paired with current day photos of the same view. This is the San Diego that has been irretrievably lost. These lost San Diego treasures tell a clear story of why our advocacy is so essential and why SOHO strives to protect and preserve what is still in existence for all of San Diego's citizenry, visitors, and for the generations to come.
Preservation Action Alerts
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Learn more about Lost San Diego sites from the list on the right.
LOST SAN DIEGO
Ammex Motion Picture Company
Bankers Hill Residences
California Southern (Santa Fe Depot)
Levi Chase House
Julia Dent Residence, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library
F Street Downtown San Diego
Alonzo Horton's Home
Hotel San Diego
Melville Klauber House
Mission Olive Works
Mission San Luis Rey
Point Loma Country Club
Point Loma Universal Brotherhood & Theosophical Society Homestead
Sunset Cliffs Park