The Coronado Historical Association is bursting with appreciation for all those who made the 2022 Coronado Historic Home Tour successful on every level. After two years, CHA is proud to welcome our community Home to History with the return of this annual event.

PRESERVATION - thanks to our six homeowners for opening their beautiful historic homes, which they continue to lovingly maintain, historically preserve, and share with Coronado.

LEADERSHIP - thanks to our Co-Chairs Mary Lanman Farley and Beth Fleming, and our House Hostess and Hosts: Edry Goot, Harper Hatheway, Deb Linder, Bobbi O’Connor, Cat Ring, Laurie Moose, Mary Ellen McMahon, Robin Franck, Mary Ann Chapple, and Karen Contreras whose dedication set the tone to welcome our guests and honor our historic homes.

COMMUNITY - thanks to our volunteers, docents, businesses, and attendees who generously gave their time and support and to our Coronado High School National Honor Society volunteers for their outstanding service. Special thanks to the City of Coronado, the Coronado Public Services Department, and the Coronado Police Department, whose cooperation with CHA always ensures the Historic Home Tour runs smoothly. To everyone who attended, assisted, supported, donated, advertised, or volunteered - please accept our deep appreciation. To find out more about CHA events and our mission please call us at (619) 435-7242 or visit us at 1100 Orange Avenue or online at


VOL. 112, NO. 19 - May 11, 2022

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