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The History of the Quartermass-Wilde House
Louis J. Wilde was elected Mayor of San Diego in 1917 after a spirited campaign in which "More SmokeStacks" was his slogan. He was mayor when President Wilson visited San Diego in September 1919 and officiated in the City Stadium at the appearance of the Prince of Wales in April 1920. While mayor, Wilde owned the magnificent property at Twenty-fourth and Broadway-- the beautiful Quartermass-Wilde Victorian.
In this connection, it is recalled that Wilde was instrumental in giving Broadway its name, known as D Street until he insisted on a change in 1912, for which he became known as "the man who made Broadway. (Adapted from: The San Diego Union, 4-19-1926, 1:8. )
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