Union-Tribune column

written by Richard

“The Way We Were” is a local history column, published weekly in the Union-Tribune between January 2008 and November 2011. Nearly half of the articles listed below were also published in the books The Way We in San Diego and San Diego Yesterday.

PLEASE NOTE: Many of the older articles below have not been linked yet.
147 — SNAKE OIL SALESMAN TARGETED REGION IN THE 19TH CENTURY
            Richard Crawford. San Diego Union-Tribune, March 31, 2011.
146 — SLAYING OF CITY MARSHAL LEFT AN IMPACT IN OCEANSIDE
             Richard Crawford. San Diego Union-Tribune, March 24, 2011.
145 — FIRST REGULAR DAILY AIRLINE SERVICE WAS FROM L.A. TO S.D.
            Richard Crawford. San Diego Union-Tribune, March 10, 2011.
144 — MYSTERY OF SHIPWRECK NEAR SAN DIEGO REMAINS UNSOLVED
             Richard Crawford, San Diego Union-Tribune, March 19, 2011.
143 — LOCAL EFFORT TO MAKE SAN DIEGO DRY WAS ALL WASHED UP
              Richard Crawford. San Diego Union-Tribune, February 24, 2011.
142 — TEXTBOOK AUTHOR WAS ACCUSED OF BEING UN-AMERICAN
             Richard Crawford. San Diego Union-Tribune, February 17, 2011.
141 — CAMP PENDLETON SHINED IN FILM CLASSIC SANDS OF IWO JIMA
             Richard Crawford. San Diego Union – Tribune, February 10, 2011.
140 — THIEF CHECKED OUT VALUABLE PAINTINGS FROM CITY LIBRARY
             Richard Crawford. San Diego Union – Tribune, February 3, 2011.
139 — MAN TRIED TO BLOW UP POPULAR CLERK’S HOUSE.
             Richard Crawford. San Diego Union – Tribune, January 27, 2011.
138 — TRAIL BLAZING WOMAN SET FLYING RECORDS IN SAN DIEGO
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan. 13, 2011.
137 — WORLD’S GREATEST ESCAPE ARTIST WOWED ‘EM IN SAN DIEGO
             Richard Crawford, The San Diego Union – Tribune, San Diego, Calif.: Jan. 6, 2011, C2.
136 — LOCAL WATERS WERE THE SITE OF A FILMMAKING EXPLOSION
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec. 23, 2010
135 — RINCON SLAYING CLAIMED LIFE OF RESPECTED BUSINESSMAN
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 16, 2010. p. CZ.2
134 — SAN DIEGO’S CITY ATTORNEY FOUND CONTROVERSY IN 1930s
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 9, 2010. p. CZ.2
133 — FORMER SCRIPPS SHIP WAS PUT TO USE AS GERMAN GUNBOAT
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec. 2, 2010. p. CZ.2
132 — BALBOA PARK LILY POND MADE A VITAL WARTIME SACRIFICE
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 25, 2010. p. CZ.2
131 — ‘ISLAND OF THE BLUE DOLPHINS’ WAS SPAWNED NEAR JULIAN
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 11, 2010. p. CZ.2
130 — FISHING BARGES OFF SAN DIEGO COAST WERE QUITE A CATCH
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 4, 2010. p. CZ.2
129 — HALLOWEEN DURING WAR YEARS LACKED TRICK OR TREATING
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 28, 2010. p. CZ.2
128 — POOR SERVICE AT LOCAL NIGHTCLUB LED TO CHIEF’S DEMISE
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 21, 2010. p. CZ.2
127 — TROUBLED DAM COULDN’T WITHSTAND MYRIAD CHALLENGES
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 14, 2010. p. CZ.2
126 — NAVY SHIP SAN FRANCISCO LEFT ITS HEART IN SAN DIEGO
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 7, 2010. p. CZ.2
125 — AMERICAN LEGION DRINKFEST DURING PROHIBITION DIDN’T GO AS PLANNED
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 30, 2010. p. CZ.2
124 — SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY BEGAN ON A WING AND A PRAYER
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 16, 2010. p. CZ.2.
123 — SPRECKELS YACHT LEASED TO NAVY FOR WWI SERVICE
             RICHARD CRAWFORDThe San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 11, 2010. p. NI.8.
122 — FLOATING STADIUM ON MISSION BAY REALLY COULDN’T HOLD WATER
             RICHARD CRAWFORD. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 2, 2010. p. CZ.2.
121 — 1920s bigotry turned violent in Ocean Beach
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. August 26, 2010.
120 — 1920s editor’s accusations did hold water
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 14, 2010. p. EZ.1
119 — Aqueduct kept County from running dry
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 7, 2010. p. EZ.1
118 — TB scare gave rise to Rest Haven for at-risk children
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 22, 2010. p. EZ.3
117 — 1888 jailbreak by ‘desperate characters’ captivated town
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 8, 2010. p. CZ.1
116 — Fourth of July crowds a Coronado tradition
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 3, 2010. p. CZ.1
115 — Ostriches were an exotic attraction
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 26, 2010. p. CZ.1
114 — Boarding of British clipper ship sparked ‘outrage’
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 19, 2010. p. CZ.1
113 — Cold War fallout: big boom in building of home shelters
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 12, 2010. p. EZ.1
112 — Americans stranded at border when fence gets fixed
             Richard Crawford, The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: June 5, 2010
111 — S.D. fishermen became WWII’s ‘pork chop express’
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 27, 2010. p. CZ.1
110 — Bombing sparked 1892 labor war
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 20, 2010. p. CZ.1
109 — S.D.’s Central Library camped in Balboa Park
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 13, 2010. p. CZ.1
108 — Riptide swept bathers to their deaths
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 6, 2010. p. CZ.1
107 — 1890 census raised ruckus in S.D.
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 1, 2010. p. CZ.1
106 — Discrimination takes center stage
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 24, 2010. p. CZ.1
105 — Liquor, gun a deadly mix in hands of Russian Mike
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 15, 2010. p. CZ.1
104 — Public art sculptor had soft spot for working with hard materials
             Richard Crawford, The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: April 9, 2010
103 — Entertainer founded Grossmont
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 3, 2010. p. EZ.1
102 — Dulzura gold fever quickly passed
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 27, 2010. p. CZ.1
101 — Cruiser San Diego the ‘unbeatable ship’ of WWII
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 18, 2010. p. CZ.1
100 — Civic pride on the line in Phoenix road race
             Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 11, 2010. p. CZ.1
99 — In 1926, Mexican rebellion was thwarted near Dulzura
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 4, 2010. p. CZ.1
98 — In 1800s, town came out for the circus
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Feb 25, 2010. p. CZ.1
97 — Riot at sea brought ‘hell ship’ to San Diego Bay
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Feb 18, 2010. p. CZ.1
96 — Thirst for news scoop led to theft of photos in 1908
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Feb 11, 2010. p. CZ.1
95 — New Santa Fe Depot nearly sidetracked
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 30, 2010. p. CZ.1
94 — Zoo director hired, then things got wild
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 23, 2010. p. CZ.1
93 — S.D.’s ‘Information’ Anderson had all the answers for 30 years
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 16, 2010. p. CZ.1
92 — San Diegans lined up to tour Old Ironsides
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 7, 2010. p. CZ.1
91 — Navy brings submarine show to San Diego Bay
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 26, 2009. p. CZ.1
90 — Over 7 days, 7 inches of rain fell in S.D. | 1927 storms cut off county from world
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 17, 2009. p. EZ.1
89 — Gangland ties initially suspected in deadly 1929 heist
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 13, 2009. p. NZ.1
88 — Airship’s 1932 visit to S.D. brought tragedy
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 5, 2009. p. CZ.1
87 — Winemaking icon left a sour taste in San Diego’s mouth
            Richard Crawford, Saturday, November 28, 2009
86 — Point Loma site of harrowing 1915 automobile race
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 19, 2009. p. CZ.
85 — Communist protesters were pitted against police in ’33 demonstration
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 7, 2009. p. CZ.1
84 — Outbreak of World War I sparks a mutiny
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 31, 2009. p. CZ.1
83 — Wooden-plank road cut through dunes to Yuma
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 24, 2009. p. CZ.1
82 — S.D. partied hard ahead of start of Prohibition
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct, 11, 2009. p. N.1
81 — Hilton’s Chargers left L.A. after whirlwind courtship
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 1, 2009. p. CZ.1
80 — School board action sparked student strike | Firing of teachers emptied S.D. High
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 24, 2009. p. CZ.1
79 — First city sewer an engineering marvel | Waste sent into the bay through 40 miles of pipe
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 17, 2009. p. CZ.1
78 — Bookmobiles filled growing void where libraries were in demand | Rolling service operated for nearly a half-century
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 10, 2009. p. CZ.1
77 — Early autos drove residents wild with wonder
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 30, 2009. p. N.1
76 — Ruffians’ a challenge for police in 1880s
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 23, 2009. p. N.1
75 — Mayor offered `jazz-cat gamble’ oil scheme
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 16, 2009. p. N.1
74 — Caustic newsman mocked famed evangelist | Herald publisher faced obscenity charge in 1926
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 6, 2009. p. CZ.1
73 — Federal-city ties date to 1846 U.S. flag raising
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 30, 2009. p. CZ.1
72 — Shootout left its mark on the law and police | Death penalty ban, S.D.’s first SWAT team resulted
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 16, 2009. p. CZ.1
71 — Babe Ruth was a very big hit with local fans | Slugger’s exhibitions were full of fun, showmanship
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 9, 2009. p. CZ.1
70 — San Diego mayor’s term short, anything but sweet
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 2, 2009. p. CZ.1
69 — 1870s gold strike brought much excitement to S.D.’s backcountry | Rancher discovered the precious metal
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 25, 2009. p. CZ.1
68 — For decades, tuna canneries dominated local waterfront
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 18, 2009. p. CZ.1
67 — Library provided literary oasis for S.D.
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 6, 2009. p. CZ.1
66 — Wooden pipes delivered water to a thirsty city
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 28, 2009. p. CZ.1
65 — Business ledgers not just numbers | Books contained folk remedies, notes
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 23, 2009. p. CZ.1
64 — Fight over rail-track care was a bumpy ride
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 14, 2009. p. CZ.1
63 — Seabiscuit race put Del Mar on the horse racing map
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 2, 2009. p. CZ.1eabiscuit
62 — Balboa Park showpiece reduced to ashes
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 25, 2009. p. CZ.1
61 — Rancher’s 1877 run-in with Indians ended badly
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 23, 2009. p. EZ.1
60 — Westgate Park a major marvel as home for minor-league Padres
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 9, 2009. p. CZ.1
59 — Whaling was once a prosperous business in San Diego
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 2, 2009. p. CZ.1
58 — Accidental fire proved fatal for prisoners
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Apr 4, 2009. p. SZ.2
57 — Pioneering pilot proved to Navy that sea could be used as runway
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 19, 2009. p. CZ.1
56 — Engineer found humorous side of San Diego
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Mar 12, 2009. p. CZ.1
55 — River crossing perilous for some
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Feb 21, 2009. p. CZ.1
54 — Anthony Home housed young offenders: Unruly behavior common at Mission Valley facility
           Richard Crawford, February 14, 2009
53 — Whaling ship mastered reinvention | Vessel had many roles before its local demise
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 15, 2009. p. CZ.1
52 — Early chain gangs more like prisoner `picnics’ | `Nominal’ requirements, free food in late 1880s
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 10, 2009. p. CZ.1
51 — Icicles formed, milk froze in cold snap | Temperatures fell into 20s in Big Freeze of 1913
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jan 1, 2009. p. CZ.1
50 — May Co. paved the way for shopping in Mission Valley
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 20, 2008. p. SZ.3
49 — Library Commission stood up to effort to ban `Last Temptation’
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 18, 2008. p. CZ.1
48 — `Toy libraries’ brought joy to Depression-era children
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Dec 6, 2008. p. CZ.1
47 — San Diego took garbage problem offshore | Trash dumped at sea, but not without complications
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 29, 2008. p. CZ.1
46 — Thanksgiving got a late start with westward migration
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 27, 2008. p. CZ.1
45 — White snails laid siege to La Jolla in 1922
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 15, 2008. p. CZ.3
44 — 1918 Spanish flu epidemic held San Diego in its grip
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 13, 2008. p. EZ.3
43 — Mission Gorge nearly got a San Diego River dam
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Nov 1, 2008. p. CZ.1
42 — Julian’s association with apples began in 1870s
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 25, 2008. p. CZ.5
41. — Riding the streetcar rails was the way to go in San Diego
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 18, 2008. p. CZ.3
40. — Whistling, singing greeted debut of telephone in San Diego
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Oct 11, 2008. p. CZ.2
39. — Palmers prospered by moving houses and buildings in S.D.
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 27, 2008. p. SZ.3
38. — Civil engineer carved a legacy with water during varied career
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 25, 2008. p. CZ.3
37 — Colorful saloonkeeper was known for his menagerie
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 14, 2008. p. N.2
36 — Forty-niner’s diary a window into San Diego history: Journal a valued Gold Rush account
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 30, 2008. p. CZ.3
35 — Eucalyptuses have long roots in state history
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 23, 2008. p. CZ.2
34 — San Diego was flagship cruiser of Pacific Fleet
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 23, 2008. p. SZ.3
33 — Judge declared election void, but mayor persevered
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 9, 2008. p. CZ.3
32 — Imported illegality poured in during Prohibition
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Aug 2, 2008. p. CZ.3
31 — It took a lot of maneuvering to get Cabrillo statue to S.D.
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 26, 2008. p. CZ.3
30 — Bookkeeper’s diary gives early look at city
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 19, 2008. p. CZ.2
29 — ’60 melee spurred creation of raceways
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 12, 2008. p. CZ.5
28 — Town roiled by 1891 slaying of sailor on liberty
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jul 5, 2008. p. CZ.3
27 — 1913 Standard Oil blaze tested fire crews
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 28, 2008. p. CZ.5
26 — Twin steamship liners anchored luxurious travel wave
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 14, 2008. p. CZ.3
25 — Advent of arc lamps helped San Diego light up the night
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: Jun 7, 2008. p. CZ.3
24 — Gambler turned philanthropist left mark on San Ysidro [SOUTH Edition]
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: June 5, 2008. p. S3
23 — Before malls, cows ruled Mission Valley
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 31, 2008. p. CZ.4
22 — First library building quickly outgrew its space
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 24, 2008. p. CZ.3
21 — Balboa Park’s Cabrillo Bridge began as a pedestrian span
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 17, 2008. pg. C3
20 — Ocean Beach had its own amusement park long ago
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.: May 10, 2008. pg. CZ.3
19 — Chula Vista kelp factory helped win World War I [SOUTH Edition]
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.:May 3, 2008. p. SZ.3
18 — Horton hotel was centerpiece of city
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. San Diego, Calif.:May 3, 2008. p. CZ.4
17 — Ryan Airlines gave Lindbergh wings
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Apr 26, 2008. p. CZ.4
16 — Pioneer parachute maker dropped in at right time
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Apr 19, 2008. p. CZ.3
15 — Watch factory in Otay never quite lived up to billing [SOUTH Edition]
            Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Apr 12, 2008. p. SZ.3
14 — William Heath Davis, forgotten pioneer of San Diego
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Apr 12, 2008. p. CZ.4
13 — Sporting goods tycoon left mark on city
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Apr 5, 2008. p. CZ.3
12 — Public baths were once all the rage
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Mar 29, 2008. p. CZ.3
11 — Suspension of bank shook 1890s San Diego
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Mar 22, 2008. p. CZ.3
10 — In 1888, Sweetwater Dam hailed as engineering marvel [SOUTH Edition]
           Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Mar 15, 2008. p. SZ.3
9 — Publisher put heart into S.D.’s first newspaper [CITY Edition]
        Rick Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Mar 15, 2008. p. CZ.3
8 — S.D. made ready for Spanish invaders :[CITY Edition]
         Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Mar 1, 2008. p. CZ.3
7 — S.D.’s population skyrocketed in 1880s boom :[CITY Edition]
         Rick Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Feb 23, 2008. p. CZ.3
6 — Airship went over like a lead balloon :[CITY Edition]
         Rick Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Feb 16, 2008. p. CZ.3
5 — `Best harbor on the coast’ thrilled writer :[CITY Edition]
          Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Feb 9, 2008. p. CZ.3
4 — Cops put kibosh on S.D.’s red-light Stingaree :[CITY Edition]
         Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Feb 2, 2008. p. CZ.3
3 — Rafts of timber floated to booming San Diego :[CITY Edition]
         Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. Jan 26, 2008. p. CZ.3
2 — Long before football trophies, New England vied here for furs
          Richard Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. January 19, 2008.
1 — 1916: The year a rainmaker says he ended city’s drought
           Rick Crawford. The San Diego Union – Tribune. January 10, 2008.