Bird's-eye view of San Diego, California, 1876, from the northeast, looking southwest. Edwin S. Glover (active ca. 1876-ca. 1877), A.L. Bancroft & Company (active ca. 1872-ca. 1973), lithographer. Lithograph. San Diego: Schneider & Kueppers, 1876. 28 x 20 inches visible, 34 x 26 inches framed. Showing the central portion of the city, with the actual improvements; San Diego Bay and Peninsula, the Entrance to the Harbor, Point Loma and the Los Coronados Islands, twenty miles distant in the Pacific Ocean. [to right of title] The County Seat of San Diego and the proposed Terminus of the Texas Pacific Railroad. Present population, about 4,000. A thriving commercial town; publishes two newspapers, the “San Diego Union” and “World” weekly and daily editions.