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About obhistory

I joined the Ocean Beach Historical Society in San Diego Ca thought it would be nice to spend time with them.

Thank you Faye

The Congress of History would like to extend a thank you to Faye Jonason and the Marines at Camp Pendleton for the wonderful tour last Saturday. If ever given the chance to take this tour please do. The Mechanized Museum … Continue reading

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Our Next Meeting:

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton “The West Coast’s Premier Expeditionary Training Base”  Saturday May 20 at 10 am The Ranch House Complex The Ranch House Complex is situated on 21 acres aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and includes the … Continue reading

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Gabe Selak

Celebration of Life Tuesday, April 25 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at the Junípero Serra Museum   Dear friends – The San Diego History Center will be holding a candlelight celebration of life for Gabe Selak and all are invited. … Continue reading

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From Helen Ofield (LGHS)

Dear All and those Stalwarts for whom we lack email addresses, Just when we thought the COH couldn’t go over the moon again, it trots out another blockbuster. What a conference. #52 was another model of organization, inspiration, pertinence and … Continue reading

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Annual Meeting – Elections

February 18th 2017  – 10 am We will be holding our annual elections at the Veterans Museum at Balboa Park, 2115 Park Blvd., San Diego 92101. Tel: 619-239-2300 ( link )

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January 21st Meeting

We will be meeting at the Spring Valley Historical Society due to weather issues at the Leo Carrillo Ranch. Spring Valley Historical Society proud stewards of the Bancroft Ranch House Museum Spring Valley Historical Society 9050 Memory Lane, Spring Valley, CA 619-469-1480 10 … Continue reading

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COH at Cuyamaca

We would like to extend a thank you to The Heritage of the Americas Museum ( located in Cuyamaca College ) and to their director Kathleen Oatsvall for the wonderful tour.

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