Historic Ramona, California
World War I, 115th Engineers Battalion in 1918 marching in front of Ramona Town Hall. 700 block of Main Street.
The Montecito Ranch orchard looking toward Mt. Woodson in 1903.
Ramona’s first school built in 1888
(Left to right) Ora Stockton, Ruth Winnik, Rafeala Vahar, Olive Jerman, Lem Jerman, Marian Ricker, Chas Miner, Jay Bidwell, Bertha Lanes, Walace Miner (in window), Erma Ricker, Henry Layne, Hattie Miner, Clarence Howe, Kate Stockton, June Layne, John Stockton, May Williams, Fred Weln, Al Stockton, Teachers: Cora Lockheart, Billy Abels, Art Stockton
Main Street from afar
The town of Ramona approximately in 1903: In the center is Town Hall, Friends Church to the far left and the Adams House on the right.
J.A. Verlaque Pioneer Store (today it is the Branding Iron western store).
Ballena 1911. The Warnocks, Peppers & McIntosh Threshing Crew.
Garage & Gas
L.P. Coddington Garage & Gas Station located on the 600 block of Main Street on the south side in 1924 L.P. Coddington on the far right. (Today the building is Packards Coffee Shoppe on the corner of 7th & Main.