Several years ago a packet of family photographs made their way to the Oceanside Historical Society’s photo collection. An old photo sleeve dated 1951 with the name “Raul Ruiz” written on it provided clues, however, at the time, we were unsuccessful in identifying the persons in the photos or the original owner (this was B.F. “before Facebook”). The photos sat safely in a box waiting to be “rediscovered.”
Oceanside’s Downtown History Walks Continue
Article: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Heritage Park
Heritage Park Village celebrates its 40th year this year. It all began in the early 1970s as the City began planning a way to celebrate our Nation’s Bicentennial. In the early 1970s a site for the park was selected just behind the Mission San Luis Rey. The two acre city owned parcel was chosen because of its close proximity to the historic Mission as well as the quaint Episcopal Church and cemetery established in the 1890s.
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