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La Mesa : jewel of the hills
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UC San Diego, Special Collections and Archives
San Diego History
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Cover title
"A pictoral gilmpse of that verdant area comprising La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Spring Valley and El Cajon districts served by the new home of The First National Bank Trust & Savings of San Diego at La Mesa, California."--T.p
"In all the world there is no fairer land."--Cover
Date from preface
La Mesa, Calif, The First National Bank Trust & Savings of San Diego
[15] pages : illustrations ; 20 x 27 cm + 1 envelope (21 x 29 cm)
Pictorial works
Cities and towns--Growth
First National Bank of San Diego
Pictorial works
La Mesa (California)
San Diego County (California)
La Mesa (California)
San Diego County (California)

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