Published continuously since 1955, the Journal is one of only a few scholarly publications dedicated to the history of a major American metropolitan region. The San Diego History Center presents here an archive of every issue of The Journal of San Diego History since its inception in 1955. The varied material in this collection demonstrates how the interpretation of history changes over time as succeeding generations of scholars bring to bear new sources, methodologies, and theories that challenge prevailing interpretations.
The San Diego Association of Governments publishes data on all 19 city and county governments that make up our region. Resources cover issues such as growth, transportation, environmental management, housing, open space, air quality, energy, fiscal management, economic development, and public safety.
San Diego Digital Archives: The Archives Center is a central source of information and materials regarding the history and development of the City San Diego. Historic Street Videos - San Diego in 1970: film created by the Transportation and Storm Water Department from January to October 1970. Described as a Photolog by the department, each reel of 35mm color film was taken by a camera attached to a car driving down the street or highway, producing street level views. Users may freeze and print the images.