North Park, San Diego

North Park sign near the intersection of 30th Street and University Avenue at dusk.
Original Boundaries of Hartley's North Park

Widely considered to be 35th Street, which is now part of City Heights.

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Interstate 805

Major north–south auxiliary Interstate Highway in Southern California.

I-805 northbound at SR 905
The beginning of I-805 south at I-5 during the evening rush hour
Aerial view of I-805 near the SR 15 interchange
The La Jolla Village Drive overpass on I-805 northbound, with the Eastgate Mall bridge in the background
"Dual freeway" at northern I-805 terminus

The freeway passes through the San Diego neighborhoods of North Park, Mission Valley, Clairemont, and University City before terminating at I-5 in the Sorrento Valley neighborhood near the Del Mar city limit.

Balboa Park (San Diego)

1200 acre historic urban cultural park in San Diego, California, United States.

El Prado, by the Casa Del Prado and several museums.
San Diego Natural History Museum
The Botanical Building
San Diego Zoo
Spanish Village Art Center
Aerial view of Balboa Park and Central San Diego
Map of Balboa Park museums and cultural institutions
The 'Casa de Balboa' on El Prado
The California Bell Tower and Museum of Us
National Historic Landmark plaque for Balboa Park
Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden, with the San Diego Natural History Museum in the background.
Desert Cactus Garden, Balboa Park
The Casa del Prado Theater, with Churrigueresque ornamentation framing the entrance
La Laguna de las Flores (present day reflection pool) at the 1915 Panama–California Exposition
Lily Pond (reflection pool), Balboa Park in 2019
Old Globe Theatre
Navy Nurse quarters, House of Hospitality, Balboa Park 1944
Timken Museum of Art opened in 1965.
A plaque at the House of Pacific Relations states to be a transcript of a human rights declaration by Cyrus the Great. However, the text is not accurate, and contains elements not in the original Cyrus Cylinder, such as a general abolition of slavery.
The "El Cid" sculpture, by artist Anna Hyatt Huntington. Dedicated in July 1930, the 23-foot bronze statue, along with an art library, was donated by Huntington and her husband.

Surrounding the park are many of San Diego's older neighborhoods, including Downtown, Bankers Hill, North Park, and Golden Hill.

University Heights, San Diego

Neighborhood in Central San Diego, California centered on Park Boulevard and Adams Avenue.

The original subdivision boundaries of the University Heights neighborhood in San Diego from 1888.
A Class 1 streetcar at Trolley Barn Park, near Mission Cliff Gardens in University Heights

Adjacent to Hillcrest, Normal Heights and North Park, additional restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and night clubs are within easy reach.

American Craftsman

American domestic architectural style, inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, which included interior design, landscape design, applied arts, and decorative arts, beginning in the last years of the 19th century.

American Craftsman-style bungalow in San Diego, California. Similar homes are common in older neighborhoods of many western and upper mid-western American cities.
Merrill Hall at the Asilomar Conference Grounds, a Julia Morgan design completed in 1928
The Gamble House, an iconic American Arts and Crafts design by Greene & Greene in Pasadena, California (1908–1909).
Facade of the Castle in the Clouds and lawn overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, built 1913–1914.
The Edward Schulmerich House in Hillsboro, Oregon, completed in 1915.
The Abernathy-Shaw House in the Silk Stocking District of Talladega, Alabama. It was built in 1908.
F.E. Cottrell Apartment Building in the Old West End District (Toledo, Ohio), built 1914–1915.

Architect David Owen Dryden designed and built many Craftsman California bungalows in the North Park district, now a proposed Dryden Historic District.

Hillcrest, San Diego

Neighborhood in San Diego, California lying northwest of the Balboa Park neighborhood and south of the Mission Valley neighborhood.

The Hillcrest Pride flag, erected in 2012. It is located in the median on Normal Street where it intersects with University Avenue

The neighborhood is bounded by Mission Hills to the northwest, Bankers Hill and Balboa Park to the south, University Heights to the north, and North Park to the east.

Burlingame, San Diego

Burlingame Historic District sign
The Wegeforth-Wucher house, City of San Diego historical site no. 163
Plaque on the Wegeforth-Wucher house

Burlingame is a neighborhood in San Diego, California, bordered by North Park to the north and east, and by South Park to the south, and is located within the boundaries of the Greater North Park Community Planning Area.

Panama–California Exposition

Exposition held in San Diego, California, between January 1, 1915, and January 1, 1917.

Official guide book
There were arcades by major Exposition buildings, such as this decorated one on the United States Building
The Cabrillo Bridge looking towards the West Gate
Casa de Balboa, as rebuilt in the 1980s, and the El Prado Arcade
One of the San Diego Electric Railway streetcars at 5th and Broadway in San Diego, CA (1915)
Attendance at the expo in 1915 totaled over two million
La Laguna de Las Flores
Spreckels Organ pavilion
Exposition Buildings later used for Military purposes
California State Building
Detailed map of the expo in 1915

The routes ultimately spanned from Ocean Beach, through Downtown, Mission Hills, Coronado, North Park, Golden Hill, and Kensington, even briefly serving as a link to the U.S.–Mexico border.

Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182

Boeing 727-214 commercial airliner, registration N533PS, that collided with a private Cessna 172 light aircraft, registration N7711G, over San Diego, California, at 9:01 am on Monday, September 25, 1978.

PSA Flight 182 seconds after the collision with a Cessna 172
Wreckage of PSA 182 after the crash
PSA 182 crash site as it appeared in 2010: Looking west down Dwight St., Nile Street intersection is in foreground; Boundary St. intersection in background. The initial impact was about 30 ft to the right of the photographer, on Nile St.
Plaque honoring crash victims

Both aircraft crashed into North Park, a San Diego neighborhood.

Dryden Historic District (San Diego)

A typical home in the North Park Dryden Historic District.
Common features of bungalows in the District include open porches and entryway columns.
The absence of garages and driveways helps maintain the District's harmonious streetscapes.

The North Park Dryden Historic District is a historic district in North Park, San Diego, 92104 along both 28th and Pershing Streets, bordered to the north by Landis Street and to the south by Upas Street.

John D. Spreckels

John Diedrich Spreckels (August 16, 1853 – June 7, 1926), the son of German-American industrialist Claus Spreckels, founded a transportation and real estate empire in San Diego, California, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Spreckels in 1901
Passenger list for July 26, 1899, departure of the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s Australia
Inside passenger list for departure from San Francisco, California, on July 26, 1899, of the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s iron steamer Australia
SDERy double-decker Car No. 1 pauses at the intersection of 5th Street & Market Street in San Diego during its inaugural run on September 21, 1892.
Class 1 Streetcar #125 at 5th and Broadway in San Diego, CA (1915)
J.D. Spreckels drives the "golden spike" to ceremonially complete the San Diego and Arizona Railway on November 15, 1919

Ultimately, the Class 1 streetcars ran all over San Diego, from Coronado through Downtown, Mission Hills, Ocean Beach, North Park, Golden Hill, and Kensington.