1 edition of Historic context statement of the Oceanside found in the catalog.
Historic context statement of the Oceanside
|Other titles||Oceanside neighborhood of San Francisco"s Sunset District :, SPEAK : Oceanside historic context statement|
|Statement||commissioned by SPEAK (Sunset Parkside Education and Action Committee (SPEAK) ; based on a report by Willian Kostura ; with contributions from Chris Duderstadt, Greg Gaar, Inge Horton, and Mary Anne Miller and members of the Sunset Architectural and Historical Resources Committee (SAHRIC).|
|Contributions||Kostura, William, 1952-, Duderstadt, Chris., Gaar, Greg., Horton, Inge S., Miller, Mary Anne., Sunset-Parkside Education and Action Committee., Sunset Architectural and Historical Resources Inventory Committee., Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Historic Context Statement of the Oceanside A Neighborhood of the Sunset District San Francisco Commissioned by SPEAK (Sunset Parkside Education and Action Committee) and generously funded by the Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation, San Francisco, California, the Historic Preservation Fund Committee, and San Francisco Beautiful Based on a File Size: 3MB.
SAN DIEGO MODERNISM HISTORIC CONTEXT STATEMENT PROJECT DESCRIPTION OBJECTIVES This purpose of the San Diego Modernism Historic Context Statement is to assist in the identification, evaluation and preservation of significant historic buildings, districts, sites and structures associated with the Modernism movement in San Diego from to Inthe people of Oceanside passed a $, bond issue to build the longest pier -- 1, feet on the West Coast.
The same year saw the construction of the building which was to house the Oceanside Public Library until World War II saw Oceanside grow from a sleepy little town to a modern city.
Contact. Mailing Address: P.O. Box Oceanside, CA Phone: () Email: [email protected] Historic Context Statement and Intensive Historic Resources Survey for the Eastside Neghborhood, Oceanside, San Diego Co., California.
Jeanette McKenna. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. Mid-Century Modern in City of Sacramento Historic Context Statement and Survey Results Part 1 Mid-Century Modern Part 2 () Statewide Historic Contexts. We are no longer able to provide access to the following contexts.
Please contact Caltrans' Cultural Studies office to request ADA compliant copies of these documents. These forms are complemented by the Oceanside Historic Context Statement, describing the fascinating development history and specific architecture of this neighborhood.
Between and this neighborhood grew out of sand dunes and was known as the Oceanside, so named for an earlier roadhouse from the s which bore that name. Oceanside Historical Society, Oceanside, California. 6, likes talking about this. Our Museum office is closed through the month of April.
Website Our /5(24). “Oceanside: Where Life is Worth Living” Published inand written by historian Kristi Hawthorne, this is a beautiful hardbound book, which details much of Oceanside’s rich history.
“Oceanside, Where Life is Worth Living” was a popular slogan used by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce from the s through the s. Oceanside’s origins date clear back to the ’s, with its incorporation on July 3, Starting off as a meager coastal town in close proximity to Mission San Luis Rey, Oceanside developed fairly rapidly opening both the Oceanside Library and Oceanside High School before ; with the Oceanside Pier already on its third iteration.