Although the Dunham Building, a very utilitarian edifice , has a somewhat uninspiring facade, it is associated with many of San Diego’s early “movers and shakers” in business and real estate.
The Oldest Building in the Gaslamp Quarter Closing to the Public The Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House Needs $150,000 to Stay Open April 29, 2021, San Diego, CA—Built in 1850, The Davis-Horton House is the oldest standing structure in Downtown San Diego and serves as the home of the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation (GQHF) […]
Join us to learn about the remarkable life of a San Diego legend, John D. Spreckels! Dr. Sandra Bonura, author of the newly released Empire Builder: John D. Spreckels and the Making of San Diego, will share with us the untold story of this San Diego pioneer. Come hear another remarkable piece of San Diego […]