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Mayoral Artifacts

The Mayoral Artifacts database was established in April of 2009 as a means to display online artifacts given to the City of San Diego by foreign or domestic governments, Sister Cities, business leaders, private citizens, and other organizations to express appreciation, foster diplomatic exchange and goodwill or to symbolize a significant event or relationship accepted by the Mayor on behalf of the City. These gifts are labeled, catalogued, photographed and entered into a database. These items are viewable online via the Mayoral Artifacts Gallery.

Currently, the Artifacts Gallery only contains items from the following mayoral terms:

Photo of Mayor Charles Dail

Charles Dail

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Photo of Mayor Frank Curran

Frank Curran

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Photo of Mayor Pete Wilson

Pete Wilson

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Photo of Mayor Roger Hedgecock

Roger Hedgecock

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Photo of Mayor Maureen O'Connor

Maureen O'Connor

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Photo of Mayor Susan Golding

Susan Golding

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Photo of Mayor Dick Murphy

Dick Murphy

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Photo of Mayor Jerry Sanders

Jerry Sanders

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Photo of Mayor Bob Filner

Bob Filner

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Photo of Mayor Kevin Faulconer

Kevin Faulconer

Search Results for Mayor Kevin Faulconer

Photo of Mayor Todd Gloria

Todd Gloria

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Borrowing Artifacts

Organizations interested in putting together a display of Mayoral Artifacts must be willing to enter a contractual agreement with our department. The following conditions must be met:

  • Have a facility which allows public access to view display
  • Have a facility which meets American Disability Act accessibility requirements
  • Have a facility with sufficient security
  • Have a facility with locking display units
  • Have adequate insurance coverage (1 million dollars) for lost, stolen or damaged items

If your organization meets all of the above requirements, please contact the Archives at (619) 236-6924.