100 Years Ago Today

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Japanese Training Ship In California

Ralph P Stineman was born near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1871. He moved to San Diego, California in 1900 and started operating a photo gallery. In 1910, he opened a photographer’s office in the Timken Building.

On August 31, 1912 Stineman photographed the Japanese training ship TAI SEI MARU stopped at San Diego with 112 sea cadets on a round-the-world cruise.

Developing San Diego – The Images of Ralph P Stineman
San Diego History Center : http://www.sandiegohistory.org/journal/97spring/stineman.htm

Japanese training vessel TAI SEI MARU in San Diego, California
August 31, 1912

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