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This collection of images includes fragments of Jose Moya del Pino's murals and historic photographs of the Aztec Brewing Co.'s rathskeller tasting room.

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Published on April 14, 2012

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Published on April 14, 2012

A 1936 championship-winning softball team gathers in the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller for a celebratory drink.  Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

A 1936 championship-winning softball team gathers in the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller for a celebratory drink. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

Published on April 14, 2012

Spanish artist Jose Moya del Pino paints a mural inside the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller in 1934. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

Spanish artist Jose Moya del Pino paints a mural inside the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller in 1934. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

Published on April 14, 2012

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Published on April 14, 2012

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

A piece of a mural painted in the 1930s on the walls of the Aztec Brewing Co. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Published on April 14, 2012

Some of the Aztec Brewing Co. murals were painted around stained glass windows, leaving a space now that they've been removed from the original walls. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Some of the Aztec Brewing Co. murals were painted around stained glass windows, leaving a space now that they've been removed from the original walls. Courtesy of City of San Diego.

Published on April 14, 2012

An Aztec Brewing Co. employee brews beer in the shadow of a 9-foot Aztec calendar in 1937. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

An Aztec Brewing Co. employee brews beer in the shadow of a 9-foot Aztec calendar in 1937. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

Published on April 14, 2012

In the 1930s, the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller was a popular tasting room. The lavish decor included murals and a painted ceiling. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

In the 1930s, the Aztec Brewing Co. rathskeller was a popular tasting room. The lavish decor included murals and a painted ceiling. Courtesy of San Diego History Center.

Published on April 14, 2012

Muralist Salvador Torres in 1988. His early attempts to save the rathskeller art involved making tracings of many of the pieces. Courtesy of Rachael Ortiz.

Muralist Salvador Torres in 1988. His early attempts to save the rathskeller art involved making tracings of many of the pieces. Courtesy of Rachael Ortiz.

Published on April 13, 2012

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