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In the late 1800s the area that
would become Normal Heights was sparsely populated farmland with
only a sprinkling of houses. It was formally organized and
platted in 1906 by the University Heights Syndicate under the
direction of D.C. Collier and named Normal Heights for the State
Normal School in University Heights.
In 1907 trolley tracks for Line #11 were laid to the western
edge of Ward Canyon with a spur line up today's 35th Street to a
gravel quarry. In 1910 Bonnie Brae was platted by Collier east
of the gravel quarry to the canyon rim overlooking Ward Road.
Transportation brought population and development to Normal
Heights. The man responsible for the main business development
of the Normal Heights portion of Adams Avenue was a carpenter
named Bertram J. Carteri. He moved to the area in 1916 and began
buying, fixing up and selling houses. He bought his first
commercial lot, Adams Avenue between Felton and 33rd Streets in
c.1922 and, in partnership with noted local architect Louis J.
Gill (nephew of Irving Gill), began building what would be known
as Carteri Center. (Brief History provided by J. McKee of
Normal Heights in 1906
On some maps, Normal Heights was shown as "uninhabited
The streets and alleys were dirt (there were no sidewalks) and
not paved until 1913-14 by our favorite contractor, George H.
Oswald. Dust was undoubtedly a problem, but parking surely
There was no Number 11 Trolley serving our part of Adams Avenue
or a bridge over Ward Road. There was one farmhouse at 3946
Madison. It's still there.
The May 9, 1906 issue of the San Diego Sun advertised a man's
two-piece suit for $11.50; women's leather shoes ranged in price
from $2.00-$3.50 a pair. Hillers Market at 24th and Logan
offered 17 pounds of cane sugar for $1.00 and Mexican Java
coffee at twenty-five cents per pound. There was a curtain sale
at Marston's Department Store.
The population of the 45 United States was nearly 92 million.
(The next three states to enter the Union -- Oklahoma, New
Mexico, and Arizona -- were still territories.) California's
population was approximately 2.3 million, and San Diego's was
estimated at 27,000 by the Chamber of Commerce.
The governor of California was George C. Pardee. The mayor of
San Diego was John L. Sehon, who governed with a Common Council,
and the County Board of Supervisors had six members: James H.
Cassidy, Howard M. Cherry, Joseph Foster, John Griffin, James A.
Jasper, and William Justice.
Eight hundred and twelve residents claimed Normal Heights as
home by 1910, according to the U.S. Census.
In 2006, Normal Heights is definitely "inhabited territory,"
with at least 15,000 residents, and dust is not much of a
problem, but parking surely is.
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