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Constructed by fruit farmer Horace Kent and son Lewis. Family grew peaches, grapes and other fruits. Home was given to daughter Mary. Farm was willed to her husband, Ed Flint.
Founded by Methodist Episcopal Church 1883. Oldest structure in continuous use as a church in San Diego County. Erected circa 1887, exchanged for Oceanside Congregational Church, 1893.
First used to haul rock for the Cowell Portland Cement Company in Concord, CA. Brought to the City of Poway by Colonel Porter in 1966. Purchased by the City in 1988 and restored by the Poway-Midland Volunteers from 1991-1994.
An original Poway farmhouse. First owned by Niles Nelson and family. Relocated from Garden Road to the park in 1991.
Home of Colonel John Porter and family. Relocated from Lake Hodges. First building established in Old Poway Park.
Land donated by John C. Stone and his wife in 1883. Samuel Bowron coordinated construction. Dr. Hilleary generously donated funding. Deemed the "oldest structure in continual use as a church in San Diego County."
"All gave somesome gave all"
Meeting place for theInternational Orderof Good TemplarsServed as Poway'sfirst high schoolA place for socialand community eventsOnce was a thrift store and tackand feed store