Chula Vista is full of history! The photos below show some of our city’s historical landmarks from many years ago. We have these special photographs hanging in our laundromat here at Fresh & Clean Laundry, and we invite our customers to come in to see them.
The Holland house and lemon orchard on Fourth Avenue near L Street ca. 1910.
The streetcar passing the Melville Building at Third Avenue and F Street in 1916. The two-story building, still standing in the center of downtown Chula Vista, was built by Edward Melville in 1911.
Roland Tyce and his “Jenny” biplane at the Chula Vista Airport ca. 1926
The Vogue Theatre at 230 Third Avenue in 1946
“Rosie the Riveters” at Rohr Aircraft Corp. during World War II.
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