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Guide to the Carl Reupsch Collection MS 187
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Description
This collection contains personal and business papers of Carl Reupsch, including his involvement in the San Diego Harbor Department, Mission Bay Park, and San Diego Port Unified District
Background
Carl Frederick Reupsch was born April 3, 1909 in Erie, Pennsylvania. He moved to San Diego in 1942 to work for Consolidated Aircraft (later Convair Division of General Dynamics). Carl Reupsch was a prominent figure in the development of the harbor and the waterfront in San Diego, working at the San Diego Harbor Department, Mission Bay Park, and the San Diego Unified Port District. Additionally, he traveled around the country, including Sacramento, Washington, D.C., and Texas, providing other ports and professional organizations with expert advice in development and operations. Moreover, he was involved in numerous organizations serving in many leadership positions such as the President of the California Navigation Conference and Director of the Cabrillo Historical Association, among others. Carl Reupsch published several books and articles and impressively produced three sound color motion pictures. He and his wife, Marion, enjoyed traveling and completed several around-the-world trips.
Extent
1.0 Linear feet (2 boxes)
Restrictions
The San Diego History Center (SDHC) holds the copyright to any unpublished materials. SDHC Library regulations do apply.
Availability
This collection is open for research.