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A Look at San Diego 100 Years Ago from the Roof of the U.S. Grant Hotel

Take a look back in time to explore San Diego 100 years ago as it was seen from the roof of the U.S. Grant Hotel. Learn about the hotel's history and see what the view looks like today. Share a photo of the current view in the comments.
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Look at San Diego as it looks about 100 years ago. The photo was taken in the 1910s from the roof of the U.S. Grant Hotel. The hotel was built in 1910 by Ulysses S. Grant, Jr. (the son of the general and president) and still stands today. If you live in San Diego, what does the view look like today? Share a photo if you can below in the comments.

View of San Diego from the U.S. Grant Hotel


Source: Library of Congress

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