The life of Louis Rose, who came to San Diego in 1850 and helped shape the city’s government, development, and planning.
San Diego's First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur
Author: Donald H. Harrison
About the Author
Donald H. Harrison
Donald H. Harrison was a political writer for the San Diego Union before entering the field of public relations with specialties in politics and tourism. He served as editor-in-chief of the award-winning San Diego Jewish Press-Heritage, and was a columnist for the San Diego Jewish Times. Currently the editor and publisher of the online San Diego Jewish World newspaper, the freelance writer, editor, and speaker lives in San Diego with his wife, Nancy.
Author: Adrian Arancibia
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