Thursday, June 17, 2021

History

CHA Highlights GEM Nominees: 1111 G Avenue and 855 Alameda Boulevard

By Mary Farley, CHA Volunteer & GEM Committee Chair, and Jamie Jamison, CHA Board Member & GEM Committee Member  This article is the second in a...

Local Builder Restores Historic Home

RESTORATION HARMONY: Local Builder Restores Musical House It’s known as, “The Reynolds House,” although several families have lived there since Stewart and Jane Keck-Reynolds bought the...

CHA Highlights GEM Nominees: 535 and 545 Ocean Blvd

By Mary Farley, CHA Volunteer & GEM Committee Chair This article is the first in a series about CHA’s Going the Extra Mile Award. The Annual...

CHA Announces 2021 GEM Nominees

The Coronado Historical Association is dedicated to preserving our community’s special heritage and celebrating our past, present, and future.In that spirit, every year since...

Throwback Thursday: 1986 Coronado “Then and Now” (video)

Many thanks to CBS 8 San Diego for alerting The Coronado Times to this "throwback video" comparing Coronado in 1986 ("now") with the distant past...

Virtual Wine & Lecture: A Conversation with Francis Gary Powers Jr.

Virtual Wine & Lecture: A Conversation With Francis Gary Powers Jr., Thursday, April 15, 5:30 pm By Carol Pastor, CHA VolunteerPre-register HERE, and you can also...

Eyewitness to History: A Personal Account by Lou de Beer

By Kimberlie Guerrieri, CHA VolunteerOn Thursday, March 18, the Coronado Historical Association was honored to present this month's virtual Wine & Lecture: Eyewitness to...

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Valiant Women of the Vote

As a celebration of women’s contributions to American history and modern society, the month of March has been designated as Women’s History Month. From...

CHA Hosts Pop Up Benefit Sale of Coronado Wildlife Art

Local artist Tina Christiansen has worked wonders creating a collection of her own “Coronado Wildlife” for a special Pop Up Benefit Sale at the...

The Global Pandemic Through the Eyes of Coronado Students

When the Coronado Historical Association first began collecting COVID-inspired art from Coronado school children last spring, they had no idea how long the pandemic...

SS Monte Carlo Resurfaces After Big Storm (Video / Photos)

The wind, rain and tides worked together to reveal "buried treasure" in Coronado this week. The SS Monte Carlo is displaying her rusted hull...

Rocks will Barricade a Repeat of History: CHA Shares History of Ocean Boulevard’s Seawall

The recent damage to the Ocean Beach Pier caused by the high surf in San Diego brings to mind many of the photos in...
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