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1 color photograph; 3.5 x 4.75 in. This rustic Craftsman bungalow was one of the first owned by one of Chula Vista's early dentists. Ray Taber, a teacher and later an electrical engineer, purchased the house in 1919. Upon the death of his aunt, he assumed control of the Copeland orchards in Chula Vista.