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Throughout 2015

The opening of the Panama Canal in 1915 was an opportunity for San Diego's for community leaders to tout the virtues of, and draw the worlds' attention to San Diego. In order to accomplish a similar goal 100 years later, the San Diego History Center, in collaboration with the Friends of San Diego Architecture, drew on a new generation of community leaders and experts in architecture, landscaping, park planning, and cultural heritage to revisit the years leading up to and including the 1915 Exposition.