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Journal of San Diego History Index 1955-1974

This 20-year index was compiled by Iris Wilson Engstrand and Thomas Lance Scharf.

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Abbot, J. Stephen, 8:1:1

Abbot, Downing & Co.: coaches of, 8:1:2-4; description of, 8:1:1-4

Abbott, Clinton G., 19:4:16

Abbott, George E. (surgeon), 11:1:37

Aboriginal days, 6:1:1. See also Indians

Acacia Pendula, 8:2:5B

Academy (Homestead), 12:2:17,19,22

Academy of Basidiomycologists, 14:2:19

Acapulco, 18:2:2,5; 18:4:11

Acevedo, Guillermo: silkscreen by, 16:3:cover

Ackerman, Belle A., 14:4:37

Ackerman, Carl, 20:4:16

Ackerman, John, 20:1:20

Ackerman, Mabel A., 14:4:37

Ackerman, Teddy G., 20:4:16

Ackerman, Will, 15:1:6-7

Ackerman, Ysabel (Mrs. E. W.), 14:4:37

Act of Federation, 18:1:16-17

Acufia, Virginia, 18:1:12

Adair, Clyde. 17:2:29

Adams, David B. (radiologist), 16:4:21,23; 18:3:22

Adams. Eleanor B.: mentioned, 19:3:34; review by, 18:1:24

Adams, Thomas W., 9:3:30

Adams House (Hotel), 4:2:22

Adamson, Robert: article by, 1:4:54-56

Adler and Sullivan, 17:4:1

Adobe brick, 2:2:24

Adobe homes (in Old Town), 2:4:52-53

The Adventures of Stickeen in Lower Caliornia, 1874, by John F. Janes, edited by Anna Marie Hager: review, 20:1:42

“The Affair at Minter’s Ranch,” by Bill Virden, 7:2:23-25

Agassiz, Louis: mentioned, 13:4:53; photograph(s), 13:4:51; speaks at Horton House, 6:1:26-27

Agua Tibia Ranch (Marston Home), 5:2:29; photograph(s), 5:2:31

Aguanga Oak Grove area, V11:2:23-25 passim

Aguilar, Bias, 17:2:16

Aguilar, Domingo, 18:1:16,17

Aguilar, Rosario, 15:1:10

Aguirre, Amado, 18:1:15

Aguirre, Jose Antonio: mentioned, 13:2:8; 15:1:5,6; 20:1:48; provides church in Old Town, 5:1:1; 14:3:5

Aguirre, Rosario Estudillo, 15:1:30

Ah-ha Kwe-a-mac (Cuyamaca), 2:3:29

Ah Quin: mentioned, 20:2:14; house of, photograph(s), 20:2:9

Aiken, Edwin T., 6:3:77; 18:1:23

Aiken, Stella, 18:1:23

Ainsa, Jesus, 19:1:73

Aircraft industry: in San Diego, 6:1:30-31,34; 13:4:62

Akers, C. H., (Phoenix Gazette), 17:2:33

Alarcon, Hernando de, 18:2:1; 19:3:13

Alcala, Mission San Diego de. See Mission San Diego

Alcalde of San Diego: Juan Maria Osuna, 14:2:10-11; Official Correspondence, 1830-50, 11:1:39-41; San Diego’s last, 6:1:20

Alcatraz Island Lighthouse: illustration, 1:4:57

Alden, W. H., 20:4:42

Alemany, Joseph S.: as Bishop of Monterey, 5:1:15; as Archbishop of San Francisco, 10:2:15,16

Alert: mentioned, 12:4:27,30; 14:4:12 Alessio, John, 12:1:13

Alexander, Beverley E., 20:4:16

Alexander, D. W., 3:3:33

Alexander, F. W. (Mrs.), 20:2:18

Alexander, Nissan J., 19:4:28,31,32

“Alfred R. Mitchell: Pioneer Artist in San Diego,” by Martin E. Petersen, 19:4:42-50

Alipas, Bersabe (Machado), 15:1:34

Alipas, Damasio, 15:1:32

Alipas, Jose, 19:4:7

Alipas, Juana Machado (Wrightington): mentioned, 15:1:8; biog. sketch, 15:1:32-33

Alipas, Maria Areadio (Israel), 15:1:32-33

Alipas, Ramona Machado (Williams), 15:1:32-33

Allanson, Horace, 17:2:8

Allen, Alice Benson: book by, review, 18:2:15

Allen, Bill: photograph(s), 12:4:10

Allen, Gertrude, 20:1:20,24a

Allen, Dr. Jacob, 16:2:6

Allen, R. G.: residence of, 17:4:12

Allen, Sherman R., 4:2:26

“Allen Hutchinson: British Sculptor (1855-1929): An Artist’s Career: From England, Hawaii and the South Pacific to San Diego, California,” by Elizabeth C. MacPhail, 19:2:21-38

Allen’s Dairy, 17:2:19

All Hell Needs is Water, by Budge Ruffner, 19:4:64

Allied Printing Trades Union, 20:2:41

Allison, Robert, 8:4:48

Allison and Luco (Cuyamaca grant), 17:1:4

Allman, John, 8:1:4

All Souls Day, 5:4:57-59 passim

Almgren, Louis: coach of San Diego Rowing Club, 6:4:94-97 passim; as Fire Chief, 11:2:34-39; mentioned, 1:1:40; photograph(s), 10:2:34

Almond School, 6:3:86

Almstedt, Ruth Farrell, book by, 20:4:56

Alpine: mentioned, 4:3:20; tuberculosis sanitarium at, 4:2:20

Alpine: History of a Mountain Settlement, by Beatrice La Force: review, 18:3:30-31

Alric, Henry-J. A., Abbe: book by, review, 18:1:30-31

Alta, Gertrude, 15:1:6 Alta California. See California

The Alta California: mentioned, 20:2:52; California State Convention of 1849, 10:1:2,3,4,7; letter from editor, facsimile 15:2:20

Altamirano, Antonio, 14:4:37

Altamirano, Dolores, 14:4:37

Altamirano, Jose Antonio: mentioned, 14:3:14; 14:4:37; 15:1:6; and Miguel de Pedrorena, 5:1:12

Altamirano, Miguel, 14:4:37

Altamirano, Ysabel, 14:4:37

Altamirano Family, 14:4:37

Alvarado, Francisco Maria de, 12:4:37

Alvarado, Juan Bautista: grantee of Rincon del Diablo, 9:3:30

Alvarado, Gov. Juan Bautista: mentioned, 6:1:14-16; 7:3:32,33,42; 12:3:24,30; 12:4:20-32 passim; 13:4:27,28,29; 15:1:24; 20:2:31,32; photograph(s), 13:4:27; portrait, 12:4:20

Alvarado, Maria Ygnacia, 14:2:5

Alvarado, Pedro de, 19:3:1-2

Alvarado, Tomasa (Casa de Dona), 15:1:12

Alvarado, Ysidro, 15:4:32

Alvarado, Ysidro Maria, 12:3:14

Alvarado Family: photograph(s), 20:2:49

Alzola, Thomas de, 18:2:2

Amadis of Gaut, 11:1:2

“Amanecer” (Dawn), mrl. by Gilberto Ramirez, 18:4:cover

Amat, Bishop Thaddeus, 10:2:15-16 passim

Amende, May, 15:1:10

Amende, Mrs., 15:1:10

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 10:4:52

American BeeJoumal, 15:4:24,25,26

American College of Letters, 7:1:1-13 passim

American Driving Park, 1888, 7:1:13 passim

American Hotel, 15:1:8,37

American Legion, 18:1:7

The American Southwest: Its Peoples and Cultures, by Lynn I. Perrigo: review, 18:1:32-33

American Trails Series, edited by A. B. Guthrie, Jr., 18:3:35

American Trappers: mentioned, 5:1:7

Americans and the California Dream, 1850-1916, by Kevin Starr: review, 20:1:45-46

America’s Frontier Heritage (Billington), 20:2:52-53

Ames, Don Francisco, 5:2:39

Ames, Frank, 17:2:12

Ames, Jesse Wilbur: Los Coches Rancho, 5:1:21; mentioned, 14:3:21

Ames, John Judson: mentioned, 3:2:25; 8:4:55; 13:2:10; 13:4:42; 18:1:19-20; 19:1:32, 36; photograph(s), 13:4:45; and San Diego Herald, 1:2:16; 10:3:37; 6:1:22

Ames, Don Juliano, 5:1:21

Ames, Samuel, 3:216

“Amiel Weeks Whipple and the Boundary Survey in Southern California,” by Thomas L. Scharf, 19:3:18-31

Amphibious Base (Coronado), 2:3:40

Amphitheatre (Theosophical Society): photograph(s), 20:3:9

Amsbaugh, Bill: photograph(s), 12:4:12

Ancient and Egyptian Order of Sciots, 17:2:38

Ancon, 5:3:48

Anderson, Capt. Robert E., 14:4:38

Andrade, Guillermo: mentioned, 17:3:4,6,7; photograph(s), 17:3:5

Andrews, Charles, 20:1:20

Andrews, Thomas F.: review by, 19:1:45; 19:4:61

Andrews, W. R., 19:1:28

“An Early Romance,” by H. D. Barrows, 19:2:11

Angel De La Guarda Island, 17:3:5

Angelita, 4:3:41

Angel’s Ranch: photograph(s), 7:2:25

“Annual Report to the Secretary of the Treasury,” by Alexander Bache, 10:4:52

Anthrax (Cattle disease), 11:1:29-31 passim

Antigua California, 18:4:12. See also Baja California

Anti-Interference League, 18:3:4

Anti-Japanese sentiment during World War 2: in California, 18:1:1-9; in other Pacific Coast states, 18:1:3-5,7-9; organizations encouraging, 18:1:24,5,7-8

Antiques: in San Diego, 5:3:55

Anti-Saloon League: mentioned, 2:4:45; 20:2:39,40

Anvils (Firing of), 3:2:25-26

Anza, Juan Bautista: mentioned, 14:3:25,26,28; 14:4:24,29; 19:1:3; 19:2:34; passing through El Vado, 5:1:25

Anza Borrego Desert State Park, article on, 19:4:14-24

Anza Conquers the Desert: The Anza expeditions ftom Mexico to Califoria and the Founding of San Francisco: 1774-1776, by Richard F. Pourade: review 18:3:25-26

Anza Memorial Conservation Association, 19:4:23

Anza Trek of 1775, 19:1:3

Apache Indians, 7:2:20

Apex (Escondido), 9:3:30

Apiaries (1870’s), 15:4:21

Alpis, Maria A., 18:3:11

Apis, Pablo, 18:3:10,11; 20:1:28-29

Appleby, Andrew B.: review by, 20:2:62

Aquino, Tomas de, 18:2:4

Aranzazu 10:4:54-56 passim

Araucano, 18:1:14

Archeological Investigations. See Presidio of San Diego Excavations

Archeological Survey Association of Southern California, 18:3:7

Archeology: article on, Arch frieze, 17:4:26,27

“Architectural Notes,” by William Porter (Shepard House), 16:3:22-25

Architectural Record (June, 1907), 17:4:11

Architecture and Architects in San Diego, 17:4:1-44

Architecture in San Diego: B & B House, 1:1:12; boom period, 1:2:24; early hardware, 1:2:24; gingerbread, 1:1:10; gothic revival, 18:4:36-37; shingles, 1:1:37,38

Archives of San Diego (Spanish and Mexican period), 11:1:39-40

Archivo del Gobierno del Distrito Sur, 18:1:15

Archivo Historico de Baja California Sur, 18:1:12,15

Archivo Historico (La Paz), 20:4:28

Arc lights (1887): mentioned, 2:3:34; illustration, 2:3:35

Arctic Oil Works Pier, 5:3:49

Arctic Street (Kettner Blvd.): mentioned, 7:1:1-13 passim; power house on, photograph(s), 7:1:2

Arden, Sylvia: book edited by, review, 20:3:71-72; book nt. by, 18:3:33; photograph(s), 15:3:25

Arguello, Jose, 19:1:5; 20:3:41

Arguello, Luis: mentioned, 6:1:10, 12:3:8,11, 13:4:20, 20:3:41

Arguello, Pancho, 20:4:42

Arguello, Pilar de, VA:58

Arguello, Ramon, 10:1:3

Arguello, Refugio: mentioned, 15:1:27; wife of Juan Bandini, 18:2:11,12

Arguello, Santiago: Bandini’s father-in-law, 17:2:5,8; Cuyamaca land grant, 17:1:3; mentioned, 7:3:31; 12:3:17,22,28,30,31; 12:4:21,22,23,27,28,32,36; 8:4:26; 15:4:32; 15:1:3,6; 17:2:16; 17:1:16; 20:3:35,40,41; mission land, 6:1:13,14,18; photograph(s), 13:4:28; prefect of Calif. State Convention, 1849, 10:1:3,4; pursuit of Indian, 13:1:43

Arguello Family, 11:3:3-4

Arizona City (Yuma), 3:3:32; 4:4:43

Arizona Colonization Company, 19:1:35

Arizona & New Mexico Express Co., 4:3:40

Arizona Street Veterinary Hospital (San Diego), 19:2:34

Arizona Territorial Prison, 4:4:44

Armistead, Lewis: mentioned, 1:2:18; 7:2:18

Armistead, Walker R., 7:2:18

Armory, Old Twenty-Eight Street: photograph(s) 9:2:20

Army Corps of Topographical Engineers, 19:2:19

Army, U. S., in San Diego: Civil War, 7:2:17-22 passim; Quartermaster Depot, 1:1:12; Supply Depot, 1:2:16

Army of the Supreme Government (Mexican period), 6:1:14

Army of the West: mentioned, 19:2:19; 19:4:7-13 passim; 6:1:18-19. See also San Pasqual, Battle of

Arnavar, “Doctor” Celestino, 17:2:9, 10

Arnold, Ray: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Arnold, Sam’l P.: review by, 19:3:41-42

Arnold House: mentioned, 1:1:10; photograph(s), 1:1:11

“The Aroma of Athens”, 12:2:19,20,21

Arratia, Jose de, 18:3:15

Arrillaga, Jose Joaquin de: mentioned, 1:1:48; 19:1:5

Art in San Diego: Art Association, 16:4:3; collecting, 5:3:54-55; exhibits, 16:4:3; Art Guild, 16:4:9; Royal Academy of Bavaria, 16:4:3; Art Students League, 19:4:44

Artists in San Diego. See Contemporary Artists of San Diego

Arteaga, Beatriz: mentioned, 18:1:12; photograph(s), 18:1:11

Arther, Capt. James, 5:1:8

Artillery in San Diego, 5:4:60-68 passim

Aryan Memorial Temple (Theosophical Institute): mentioned, 20:3:12; photograph(s), 20:3:6-8

Arze, Anastasio, 18:1:16,17

Asbestos Works, 7:1:1-13 passim

Ascencion, Antonio de la: mentioned, 15:4:5; 18:2:4-7; 18:4:1; describes Pt. Loma, 4:3:29

Asher (Ascher) Home, 15:1:5

Asian Trade, 12:2:2,3,4,5,7

“As Others Saw Us (A Compilation)”, by Anna Marie Hager and Everett Gordon Hager, 7:4:49-51

Aspinwall, 3:3:38

Associated Artists of San Diego, 16:4:4,5; 19:4:46

Associated Charities (San Diego), 20:2:22

Astrolabe (Nautical): illustration, 11:1:11; photograph(s), 11:1:1

Asumpcion, Andres de la, 18:2:4

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad: mentioned, 2:1:10; 10:1:11

Atkeson, Ray & Calvin Kentfield: book by, review, 19:1:43-44

Atlantic & Pacific Railroad: employment of Chinese, 10:1:10; mentioned, 17:1:18

Atondo, Isidro de, 19:3:13

Audubon, John Woodhouse, 19:2:27

Australia, 19:2:27-28

“The Automobile Is Here To Stay,” by Helen Margaret Bowles, 4:2:17-19

Automobiles: early commercial use, 4:2:17-19

“An Auto Trip Through San Diego’s Back Country,” by Ed Fletcher, 15:2:3-14

Aviation in San Diego: 1:1:3. See also Lindbergh, Charles A., and Montgomery, John J.

An Awakened Minority: The Mexican Americans, edited by Manuel P. Servin, noted, 20:4:56

Axeford, Prof. Michael: mentioned, 14:4:25,32; 16:4:20

Ayuntamiento, 15:1:32

Ayuntamiento, Tijuana: photograph(s), 12:4:39

Azevedo, Alves de, 19:3:6

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Babcock, Arnold: mentioned, 7:1:4-5; owner Diamond Carriage & Livery Co., 8:1:8

Babcock, A. E., 20:3:62

Babcock, Elisha S.: electric service for Coronado, 2:3:34; mentioned, 2:3:38; 7:1:5-6; 11:3:42; 12:1:4,5,6,7,10,11,12,13; 19:1:21

Babcock Electric Cars. See Coronado Railroad

Babcock& Story: mentioned, 16:3:4; Coronado and, 2:3:38,39; land purchasing on Coronado, 2:1:2; procure water for Coronado, 2:3:40; railroad to Pacific Beach, 7:1:2; steam railroad business, 2:1:4,5n

Bacardi, Emilio, 20:3:12

Bache, Alexander Dallas: U. S, Coast Survey and, 10:4:52; 17:2:17

Bache, Maj. Hartman, 1:4:44-46 passim

Back Country traveling in San Diego County, 5:3:54

Baedeker, Karl: book edited by, 18:4:51

Baegert, Fr. Jakob, 13:3:8; 19:3:14

Bahada, 6:4:101,102

Baile (Spanish dance or ball): illustration, 11:3:cover

Bailey, Drury D.: mentioned, 14:3:21; death of, 9:4:48; descendents of 9:4:46; discovery of gold near Julian, 9:4:44; founds town of Julian, 5:1:20; 9:4:43; owner of Ready Relief Mine, 9:4:44,46,48; photograph(s) 1900, 9:4:47; photograph(s), 13:1:25

Bailey, Frank, 9:4:43, 46

Bailey, Ida, 20:2:11

Bailey, James: death of 9:4:48; founder of Julian, 9:4:43; mentioned, 9:4:46

Bailey, Lela E.: daughter of Drury Bailey, 9:4:46; describes Banner, Ready Relief, 9:4:48

Bailey, Luther, 9:4:48

Bailey, Dr. Milton, 4:1:8

Bailey, Philip: article by, 4:4:43-45: book by, 18:2:22

Bailey Field, 9:4:48

Baily, Dr. Joshua L.: dedication to, 13:1:5-7; mentioned, 13:1:5; photograph(s), 13:1:5

Baily, Ruth Robinson: dedication to, 13:1:5-7; photograph(s), 13:1:3, 13:1:5

Baja California: Act of Federation of, 18:1:16-17; American invasion of, 18:1:14,15; Approach to Magdalena, illustration, 19:3:12; as refuge for alleged Japanese saboteurs during World War 11, 18:1:1:2; Cabo de San Lucas, illustration, 19:3:13; colonization of, 19:1:2-6; description of, 9:3:36-41; discussed, 20:2:51; during Maderista Revolution, 18:3:1-2, 4; historical archives of, 18:1:10-18; history of, article on, 19:3:9-17; Indians in, 19:1:2-3; Indians of, 18:4:1-13; Lassepas in, 20:4:25-29; letter to editor about, 18:2:23; map, 19:3:9; map ca. 1868, 18:1:13; rancheros, illustration, 20:4:26; route to San Diego, 17:1:22-28; route to San Diego, 1849, map, 17:1:24-25; San Antonio, illustration, 19:3:15; sea otter hunting in, 20:2:32; socialist revolution in, 19:1:26-28; Spanish Colonial System in, 18:4:1-13

Baja California: Jewish Refuge and Homeland, by Norton B. Stern: review, 20:2:61-62

“Baja California Travels Series,” 18:1:10

Baker, Lt. Bob: photograph(s), 1914, 9:2:19

Baker, Charlotte, 20:2:19

Baker, Patricia: article by, 15:1:23-27

Baker, Robert, 15:1:25

Bakker, Elna: book co-authored by, review, 19:2:48

Balboa Park: bldgs. designed by Johnson, 17:4:23; development of (George Marston), 3:1:2; El Prado, 1915, photograph(s), 13:4:61; history of, 1:3:35; illustration, 1:3:36; in 1904, photograph(s), 16:4:17; in 1915, photograph(s), 16:4:17; mentioned, 1:1:3; 19:4:16; 20:2:27, 37, 38; 20:4:14; photograph(s), 1904 & 1925, 16:4:17; Professor Le Batt and, 1:3:36; Spanish Village, photograph(s), 13:4:65

Balboa Stadium, 13:4:61,64

Baldhead Springs, 4:2:24

Baldwin, Hugh, 20:3:25

Baldwin, Lawrence W., 20:4:17

Baldwin Company, 2:1:10

Baldwin electric cars, 2:1:2

Balhon, Frank, 20:4:19

Ball, Elmer, 9:4:5O

Ball, W. H,: freighting routes, 9:4:50; mule freighter, 9:4:49-50; respected by Indians, 9:4:50

Ball Freighters, 9:4:49-50

Ballast Point: as defense, 6:1:8, 9; illustration, 1895, 1:2:55; lighthouse at, 1:4:56; illustration, 1:4:55; 6:4:91; 1:4:55; 1:4:52; photograph(s), 6:4:93; life at, 6:4:91-92; mentioned, 5:1:2, 13:4:11, 18, 45, 17:1:18, 22; on Pt. Loma, 5:4:60; photograph(s), 1890’s, 5:1:5; Fr. Serra and, 6:1:6; San Diego Historical Landmark #56, 5:1:6; Vizcaino and, 6:1:5; work and activities, 6:4:92-93

“Ballast Point Lighthouse,” by Norma Engel, 6:4:91-93

Ballena: mentioned, 13:1:23; school district, 6:3:86; post office (Warnock Residence), photograph(s), 13:1:26; valley of, 13:4:33

Bancroft, Hubert Howe: bought Bancroft Ranch, 5:1:25; critique of explorations of Gulf of California, 11:1:14; deals with Alonzo Horton, 4:3:37, 38; mentioned, 12:3:9,12, 23; 12:4:21, 32; 14:3:25; 18:1:10,15; 19:1:4; 19:2:9,11; revolt at San Diego Mission, 2:3:29,30,32

Bancroft, John, 20:2:31

Bancroft, Sally: drwng. by 8:2:11B

Bancroft Ranchhouse, 5:1:25; 14:3:25

Band of Hope, 2:4:44,45

Bandini, Arcadia: illustration, 17:2:7; mentioned, 17:2:13; 20:1:10. See also Stearns, Arcadia Bandini

Bandini, Arturo and Helen Elliot, 15:1:27

Bandini, Don Arturo: illustration, 11:3:1

Bandini, Dolores, 17:2:6

Bandini, Isidora: mentioned, 15:1:25-27; 17:2:11-12; 19:2:20. See also Bandini, Ysidora and Couts, Isidora Bandini

Bandini, Jose: mentioned, 5:1:13; 14:3:15; 15:1:23

Bandini, Jose Maria: 17:2:9

Bandini, Josefa (Carrillo), 20:1:3; 15:1:25

Bandini, Juan: biog. skech. of 15:1:23-27; 17:2:3-13; Calif. politics and, 6:1:13-16; comes to Calif., 17:2:3, 5, 13; host to William Kip, 3:1:7; mentioned, 6:2:53; 7:3:32; 12:3:9-31 passim; 12:4:19,21,22,23,26,28,32,36; 13:4:27; 14:3:15; 15:1:5, 6-7, 29-30; 20:1:3; 20:2:51; 20:3:34-35, 36, 37, 41; photograph(s), ca. 1840, 17:2:4; photograph(s), 13:4:26; Pio Pico and, 13:4:25, 29, 30, 34; pursuit of Indian, 13:1:43; son of Don Jose Bandini, 5:1:13; Superior Judge of Calif. State Convention 1849, 10:1:3; will of, 17:2:11, 12; with daughter, 1853, photograph(s), 20:1:4

Bandini, (Dona) Refugia, 20:1:3

Bandini, Ysidora: mentioned, 20:1:2-11; with father, 1853, photograph(s), 20:1:4. See also Bandini, Isidora and Couts, Isidora Bandini

Bandini Army, 6:1:14

Bandini, Casa de, See Casa de Bandini

Bandini Family, 5:1:13; 11:2:4; 15:1:23-27

“The Bandini Family,” by Patricia Baker, 15:1:23-27

Bandini House: as Cosmopolitan Hotel, photograph(s), 20:2:52; 4th of July at, 1:3:30; illustration, 1:3:30; mentioned, 14:4:30; 2:4:52

Bandini Plan, 12:4:19

Bandini Revolution, 15:1:32

Bank of America Building, 11:3:45

Bank of Commerce (San Diego), 19:2:32

Bank of Commerce Building (Ratner Electric), 17:4:44

Bank of San Diego, 11:1:34-35

Banks, Alfred E., 20:2:20, 21

Banks, James, 20:1:36 Banks (1893), 3:1:12

Banner: mentioned, 13:1:25,26; mining bonanza, 3:4:43-46; photograph(s), 9:4:45

Banner City: condition today, 9:4:48; described by Lela E. Bailey, 9:4:48; near Julian, 9:4:44

Banner Debating Club, 5:2:40

Banner Grade: photograph(s), 13:1:27

Banning, Evelyn L: book by, review, 20:4:46-48

Banning House, 17:4:14

Banning Stage Line (1852), 3:3:33

Banta, Mike, 16:4:20

Baptismal records, 2:3:29

Baptismal Register, Mission San Diego: title p- facsimile 13:4:17

Baranceanu, Belle: mrls, by, 18:2:cover

Barclay, Mary, 14:4:37

Bardacke, Frances L., 19:2:12

“Barefooted to the Gold-Fields,” by Helen Gohres, 9:3:34-41

Barkhart, John D., 15:1:14

Barlow, Sanderson &Co., 3:3:33-34

Barnacle Bill (whale), 6:4:91-93 passim

Barnes, Charles, 18:4:35

Barnes, Stanley, 20:1:21,23

Barnett, Ysabel Grace Gonzales, 20:1:32

Barrack Block, 1:2:16

Barracks, San Diego. See San Diego Barracks, and New San Diego Barracks

“A Barren Hilltop Becomes a Park,” by George A. LaPointe, 8:2:1-2

Barret, Ellen Catherine, 19:3:10

Barrett, Augusta Jane: mentioned, 18:4:24,27,28-34 passim, 35,36; 19:2:17,19

Barri, Don Felipe de, 13:3:15,18

Barrios, Ernie: drwng. by, 18:4:14

Barrows, H. D., 19:2,11

Barry, J. H., 4:2:26

Barry, Richard, 19:2:3

Barthelmess, Dick: article by, 6:4:94-97

Bartlett, John Russell, 17:2:17

Bartz, Margaret: photograph(s), 11:4:22

Baruch, Bernard, 17:2:36

Baseball (Lemon Grove), 4:2:27

Basket Designs of the Mission Indians of California, by A. L. Kroeber, preface by Robert Heizer: noted, 19:4:64

Bates, James: article by, 16:2:24-33

Bates, John, 20:4:9

Batten houses, 1:2:24

Batters, Capt. John S., 5:3:46

Battery Ashburn, 5:4:65

Battery California, VA:63

Battery Fetterman: mentioned, photograph(s), 5:4:61

Battery Humphreys, 5:4:65

Battery McGrath: mentioned, 5:4:63; photograph(s), 5:4:61

Battery Strong: mentioned, 5:4:65

Battery Wilkinson: mentioned, photograph(s), VA:63; photograph(s), 1910, 5:4:61

Battle of Los Flores, 6:1:15

Battle of San Diego, 13:4:19; 5:1:12

Battle of San Pasqual. See San Pasqual, Battle of

Bauer, K. Jack: book by, review, 18:1:25-27

Baur, John E.: review by, 18:2:17

Bay City Market (San Diego), 4:3:36; 20:4:3

Bayle, Constantino, 18:1:10

Bayly, Henry, 5:2:40

Beacons in the Bay: illus,, 1:4:51

Beagle, Harvey L., 20:4:16

Beakley, Dell, 20:4:19

Beale, Lt. Edward Fitzgerald: at San Pasqual, 6:1:19; mentioned, 19:4:7,9; 19:3:29; military commander, 5:1:21; military leader, 5:1:13; photograph(s), 13:4:40

Bean, Joshua H.: dueling hoax, 9:2:25; mayor of San Diego, 6:1:20,22; mentioned, 13:4:39,41

Bean, Lowell John: book co-introduced by, review, 20:3:70-71

Bean, Roy, 6:1:22

Bean, Walton:revs. by, 18:2:17-18, 19:3:45-46

Beardsley, W. T., 9:2:18

Bear Flag Republic, 6:1:16

Beaty Ranch, 19:4:18

Becerra, Diego, 11:1:4; 19:3:13

“Beech Street,” painting by Alfred R. Mitchell, 19:4:42

Beck, Barbara: photograph(s), 18:3:17

Beckler, Marion: article by, 9:4:49-50

Beckwith, J. Carroll, 19:4:46

Bee: photograph(s), 15:4:cover

Bee culture: article on, 15:4:17-26

The Beekeeper’s Directory, Or the Theory and Practice of Bee Culture, by John S. Harbison: mentioned, 15:4:18

Bee keeping, 4:2:22

Beilharz, Edwin A.: book by, review, 18:4:40-41

Belcher, Capt., 20:4:11

Bell, Maj. Horace, 7:4:50

Bell, Madison H., 18:1:22

“The Bell of the Plaza Church,” by Jessamine Jones: mentioned, 19:2:10

Bella Union Hotel (Los Angeles), 20:1:30

Bellevue Hotel: photograph(s), 1888, 8:1:5

Bellon, Walter: mentioned, 19:4:21, 22; 20:2:6-28 passim; photograph(s), 20:2:7, 12, 13

Bellon’s Map of the Stingaree, 20:2:6

Bellquist, Eric C., 18:1:5

Belt Line (railway), 2:3:39

Benbough, P. J., 16:1:14

Benbough’s Furniture Store, 14:2:26

Bendetsen, Karl R., 18:1:9

Benevolent Association, 15:3:7

Benevolent Society (George Marston), 3:1:2

Benner, H. D., 14:4:37

Bennington. See U.S.S. Bennington

Bennis, Marco: mentioned, 7:4:56; owner of Bohemian Restaurant, 2:4:44

Bennis, Spiro, 7:4:56

Benton, R. H., 17:2:30

Bentotn, Thomas Hart: speech excerpts, 18:2:34

Berge, Dennis: article edited by, 20:3:1-32; review by, 19:1:46

Berger, Capt., 20:4:11

Bergman, Harry, 18:3:9

Bergman, Moise, 19:4:38

Beri Beri: description of, 10:4:46

Beristain, Maximo, 19:2:3

Berman, Bruce D.: book by, review, 20:1:44-45

Bernard, R. F., 1:2:19; 13:2:13

Berry, J. R., 9:2:15

Berwick’s Bay, 3:2:27-28

Besant, Annie, 20:3:2

Bess, Helen (Clarke), 18:2:10,12

Betsy, 6:1:8

Better Days, Or a Millionaire of Tomorrow, by Thomas L. Fitch: mentioned, 3:4:47

“Better Days-Or Something,” by Wilmer B. Shields, 3:4:47-49

Bettmann, Otto: illustration by, 16:2:4-22 passim

Bianchi, Dr. Joao Antonio de, 1:4:49

Bibb, Leland C.: article by, 18:3:6-11; letter to ed., 20:3:74-76

Bibliography of the Digueno Indians, by Ruth Farrell Almstedt: noted, 20:4:56 Bickers, H. G., 5:1:20; 14:3:21

Bicycles: adv. in old City Directory, 2:4:49

Biddle, Francis, 18:1:8

Bidwell, John, 19:4:4

Bierer, Lt. Comdr. B. B., 9:1:11

Big Crew (San Diego Rowing Club), 6:4:94-97

The Big Four, by Oscar Lewis: noted, 18:3:35

Biggs, Joan: article by, 16:3:26-29

Big Temecula Rancho, 20:1:28,29

Bill Kettner (fireboat), 11:2:38

Billington, Ray Allen, 20:2:45, 47

Billroth (surgeon), 10:3:39

Bingham, S. M., 20:1:24a

Binks, Phil: Jesse Shepard House photograph(s), 16:3:15-17; photograph(s) by 17:2:cover

Binney, Fred, 16:1:13,21-24

Birch, James E.: biog. skeh,, 3:2:15; estate of, 15:2:17; illustration, 15:2:16; mentioned, 4:3:41; 18:1:19; portrait, 3:2:17

Birch, Julia A. B., 15:2:17

“Birch’s Overland Mail in San Diego County,” by Stuart N. Lake, 3:2:15-18

Birdsall, Mary: mentioned, 2:4:43; portrait, 2:4:45

Birds Were Different Then, by Engracia De Rosado, 19:2:13

Birkett, Char1es V.: article by, 8:4:45-50; 9:4:43-48

“The Birthp1ace of the San Diego Union – A Historical Restoration,” by Richard B. Yale, 14:4:33-40

Bishop, Bernice: bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:26

Bishop, Charles R.: bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:26; mentioned, 19:2:25, 26

Bishop, W. H., 20:1:33

“A Bishop’s First Glance of a Frontier Town,” by Lionel U. Ridout, 3:1:6-10

Bishop’s School: mentioned, 6:4:102; 17:4:44

Bitler, Donald, 16:2:27

“A Black American in Mexican San Diego,” by David J. Weber, 20:2:29-35

Black Hawk Livery Stables, 15:1:7,15

Black, Samuel F., 17:4:33

“Black Steward.” See Light, Allen B.

Black Warrior, 4:3:30

The Black West: A Documentary and Pictorial History, by William Loren Katz: review, 18:4:46-47

Blackleg (cattle disease), 11:1:29-31

Blacks. See Negroes

Blair, Lt. James, 3:3:38

Blaisdell, H. W., 17:3:6

Blaisdell, James A., 15:3:28,29,30,31

Blaisdell, Lowell L.: review by, 19:1:47-48

Blake, Dean, 16:1:16

Blake, Walter “Baldy”, 4:4:54

Blake, William P., 17:3:2

Blannehard, 15:1:12

Blanco, Pedro, 1:2:19; 13:2:14

Blashfield, Edwin H., 19:4:45

Blavatsky, Helena Petrovna, 16:3:5-6; 20:3:2, 13-14,17,22,23,27

Blazes (Horse), 15:1:12

Blockman, L., 1:2:26

Bloodgood, N. D., 9:2:15,16,17

Blue Gum Grove (1902): photograph(s), 16:4:13

Blum, Fred, 3:3:29-30

Blythe, Florence, 17:3:5

Blythe, Thomas Henry: biog. of, 17:3:3; death of, 17:3:5; name, 17:3:6; photograph(s), 17:3:4

Blythe Block, 17:3:3

B’nai B’rith (Lasker Lodge, San Diego), 19:4:38

Board of Supervisors, San Diego County: est., 1852, 2:4:52-53; mentioned, 20:2:16, 27; 20:4:36. See also San Diego County Board of Supervisors

Boat-Wagon, 9:1:1-12

Boche, Maj.: sketch of, 13:3:29

Bode, F. A., 20:4:14

Bogart, Capt. J. C.: Clarissa Andrews and, 11:2:44; mentioned, 3:3:40; Pt. Loma Oak Trees, 4:3:30

Bohemian eating places in San Diego, 2:4:44

Bohnen, Aloys, 18:2:10

Bolanos, Francisco de, 18:2:4-7; 20:4:31-32

Bolton, Herbert E., 18:1:10, 18:4:1516, 18, 19:4:14, 19:3:4, 20:4:31

“The Bolton Theory and Chicano History,” by Mario T. Garcia, 18:4:15

Bones (from San Diego Presidio site): 2:4:55; photograph(s), 16:4:22. See also Presidio of San Diego Excavations

Bonn, San, 20:3:27

Bonner, Thomas D.: book by, noted, 19:4:63

Bonnet, Charles Emile: mentioned, 16:4:5; photograph(s), 16:4:4

Bonnet, Leon Durand: mentioned, 16:4:4, 5, 9; 19:4:46-47; painting by, 16:4:7

Bonnet, Mrs Leon: photograph(s), 19:4:43

Bonsall tower (erected by Hatfield), 16:1:9, 10

Book of Deeds (San Diego), 20:1:30

Bookcase-Desk of Judge Benjamin Hayes: photograph(s), 13:1:34

Boom of the 1880’s: description of San Diego, 6:1:26-27; Escondido Valley and, 9:3:30; mentioned, 8:3:38, 39; 13:4:51,53: 16:3:4

Booth, Larry, 17:4:32 “Borax.” See George Derby

Borica, Diego de, 19:1:5,7

Borrego Desert: Elephant tree, photograph(s), 19:4:19; in bloom, 1935, photograph(s), 19:4:22; mentioned, 19:4:14-24 passim; Palm Canyon, photograph(s), 19:4:14,15,19

Borrego Palms Desert Park, 19:4:16

Borrego Springs, 14:3:26

Borrego Valley, 19:4:15-24 passim

Borthwick, Anderson, 20:4:19, 20

Bosserman, IDA, 2:4:48

Boston Athenaeum, 6:4:103

Boston, 9:1:8

Botanical Building, Balboa Park, 17:4:44

Botanical names. See “Plant Tour of Presidio Park” and “Hugo de Vries Visits San Diego”

Botello, ArthL-: book translated by, review, 20:1:47

Bouchard, Hippolyte de, 13:4:19; 15:4:11

Boundaries, San Diego County. See San Diego County Boundaries

Boundary Commission (San Diego), 9:3:30

Boundary Commission (Mexico and the United States): 4th of July Celebration 1:3:29; mentioned, 17:1:22, 19:3:18-31 passim; military escorts and, 1:2:15

Boundary Marker 207, 2:2:16

Boundary Marker 258:photograph(s), 14:3:cover

Boundary Survey (So. Calif, 1849): article about, 19:3:18-31

Bowen, Wynne, 20:4:16

Bowers, W. W.: article by, 2:2:15-17; biog. nt., 2:2:15; congressman, 9:2:15; mentioned, 1:3:39; 2:2:23; 7:4:49; portrait, 2:2:17

Bowersock, Earl: article by, 7:3:40-41; photograph(s), 7:1:9

Bowles, Helen Margaret: article by, 4:2:17-19

Bowman, Alan P.: book comp. by, noted, 18:3:33

Bowman, Bob, 20:4:12 Bowman, Fred, 4:2:24

Bowman, J. N., 19:2:34 “The Box.” See El Cajon Valley

Box Canyon, 5:1:22; 14:3:22 Boyd, Edwin (Holtville), 16:2:27, 28

Boy Scouts, in Presidio Park: photograph(s), 15:3:29

Brabazon, Capt., 4:2:21

The Bracero Program: Interest Groups and Foreign Policy, by Richard B. Craig: review, 19:1:47-48

Brack, Gene M.: review by, 19:3:43-44

Braddy, Haldeen: book by, noted, 17:4:50

Bradford, Gardner, 19:2:11

Bradshaw, John, 19:2:7, 31 Bradt, Garrett G., 2:2:26, 27

Braly, Clark, 19:1:29

Brandes, Ray: article co-authored by, 2:4:1-29; article edited by, 2:1:39-41; 2:2:40-42; 2:3:37-39; 2:4:43-45; mentioned, 2:4:5,15,22; photograph(s), 2:4:23; review by, 18:4:40-41

Brands, registry of in San Diego County (1890): photograph(s), 2:1:24, 28

Brandt, Rex: painting by, 17:1:cover

Brant, 0. F., 17:3:8 Brannan, Sam, 9:3:32

Branyan, Mrs. Hildelisa, 9:4:9

Brashears, Mrs. Marion, 17:4:16

Braun, Maurice: mentioned, 16:4:4,5,9; 19:4:44,45,46,47; painting by, 16:4:7

Braun, Mrs. Maurice (Hazel Boyer), 16:4:5

Bravo, Jaime, 18:1:14

Brawley: in 1905, photograph(s), 16:2:27; mentioned, 19:1:21

Brawley Chamber of Commerce, 19:4:20

Breach, Charles 0., 18:3:13-14

Breckenridge, Hugh, 19:4:45

Breitenbach, Marjorie, 20:4:20

Brennan, Arcadia Scott, 15:1:27

Brennan, George Patrick, 1:4:51

Brenna, Joe: article by, 1:4:51-52; mentioned, 20:4:12, 14; sea captain, 7:4:102

Brennan, Judge John Jerome, 15:1:27

Brennan Island: mentioned, 20:4:18; San Diego Rowing Club and, VIA:94-97

Bressette, Marion Hill: illustration by, 16:2:15

Brewster, Horace 1., 2:2:18

Brick houses (Whaley House), 2:4:53

Brick Kilns (Kimball), 7:3:43

Brick making (Whaley House), 6:2:S4

Brickyard Canyon, 4:2:23

Brickyard Cove (Coronado Cays), 20:4:11

“A Brief History of the Granite Industry in San Diego County,” by Tom S. Wood, 20:3:61-66

Brinckerhoff, Sidney B.: book by, noted, 19:2:51; book co-authored by, review, 19:4:57-58; review by, 18:3:25-26

Brinley, Charles, 17:2:3,10,11

Briseno, J. N., 14:4:33

British Benevolent Society, 19:2:31-33 passim

Broadway (San Diego): ca. 1910-1915, photograph(s), 20:2:26

Broadway of America (auto, 1926): photograph(s), 20:2:26

Broadway of America (auto, 1926): photograph(s), 17:2:37

Broadway No. I Pier, 5:3:48

Brockington, Donald L.: article co-authored by, 2:4:1-29; mentioned, 14:4:5,15,23; photograph(s), 2:4:18,19,23

Broadbent, Noel: sketch by, 14:4:5

Brockman, Dave: port. by, 16:1:cover

Brodhead, Michael J.: book by, review, 20:2:58-59

Bromley, Harriett, 20:1:20

Brookline, 5:1:8

Brooks, Dana, 19:4:17

Brophy, A. Blake: book by, noted, 19:2:51

Brown, Austen T., 20:4:15,16

Brown, Charles, 9:3:34; 17:2:22

Brown, Christian: article by, 4:2:23-25

Brown, Isabel, 15:1:14

Brown, Joe L., 2:1:11

Brown, John, 15:1:5; 14:3:5; 5:1:1

Brown, Kenneth C., 20:4:16

Brown, Nathan W., 20:3:49

Brown Manufacturing Co. of La Mesa, 16:4:5

Browne, J. Ross, 17:3:2; 10:1:4,6,7,8

Bryan, Roger, 20:4:12

Bryant, Edwin, 19:4:6

Bryant and Sturgis (shipbuilders), 19:2:2

Bucareli, Antonio: letter to Fages, November 30, 1771, 13:3:16; mentioned, 12:3:25; 13:3:15, 16, 20; 19:1:4; portrait, 13:3:16; Water Rights Document, 1773, 10:3:40,42

Buchholz, Iona, 18:1:23

Buck, William, 15:4:18

Buckman Springs, 4:2:20; 13:1:26,27

Buehle, Julius, 2:4:45

Buena Vista, 19:4:33

Buenos Dias Tecate, by June Nay Summers: review, 18:4:41

Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show: facsimile adv. for, 6:3:83; mentioned, 6:3:81-84

“The Building of the Horton House,” by W.W. Bowers, 2:2:15-17

Building of San Diego Mission Dam: illustration, 18:2:cover

Buitre (Vulture), 19:2:3,5,6,10,11

Bull, Carl E., 14:4:37

Bull and Bear Fight: illustration, 13:4:24

Bum (San Diego’s Town Dog): article about, 13:3:36-42; photograph(s), 13:3:37, 41; portrait, 13:3:cover, 3, 42

Bunkers, Spreckels, 2:4:46 Burbank, Luther, 19:1:22

Bureau of Animal Industry, 11:1:25-31

Burgert, Robert, 18:2:9

Burials at San Diego Presidio, 19:4:51. See also Presidio of San Diego Excavations

Burkhardt House, 6:2:54, 58

Burnand, A. A., Jr., 19:4:18

Burnett, Gov. Peter H.: mentioned, 1:1:6; 6:1:20; photograph(s), 13:4:41

Burnham, Frank M.: biog. sketch, 11:2:40-42; photograph(s) ca. 1886, 11:2:41

Burnham, George, 19:2:20,32

Burnham, Mary Hand: article by, 20:4:38-43

Burnt-Out Fires: California’s Modoc Indian War, by Richard H. Dillon: review, 19:4:60-61

Burr, Dr. Edward, 16:2:6

Burrell, B. H., 17:2:35

Burrus, Ernest J.: book by, review, 19:4:38-39; mentioned, 19:1:2,3,10

Burt, John P., 11:2:36

Burton, H. S., 20:1:30

Burton City, 5:2:40

Busch, Lorraine, 19:4:18

Busch, Louis T., 19:4:18

Bush, Ellen, 15:1:12

Bush, Thomas H.: mentioned, 6:2:64, 66, 70; 13:2:25; 19:4:36; photograph(s), 13:2:25

Bushnell, Asa N.: article by, 7:4:45-49

Bushyhead, Edward, 8:4:50; 14:1:33, 34, 39

Bushyhead, Mrs. E. W., 16:3:13

Business Firms in Early San Diego, 5:3: 43-45

Butcher shops, 15:1:6,8

Butterfield, John, 3:2:15

Butterfield Overland Mail: book about, md., 20:1:33; mentioned, 5:1:17, 18, 22, 23, 26; 14:3:18, 19, 26, 28; 15:2:15, 18; 20: 3:7; route of, 5:1:26; 6:1:23; 17:2:28; stage coaches of, photograph(s), 13:1:23; stage line, 4:3:41; stage route followed by cattle drives, 4:2:15; stage stations, map, 13:4:44

Butterfield Overland Mail Company, 20:1:30

Butterfield Trail, 13:1:23 H. M. Byllesby & Co., 2:2:37

“Byways of Old City Park,” by Herbert G. Hensley, 1:3:35-36

C

Caamano, Jacinto, 10:4:54, 55, 56

Caballero, Fr. Felix, 17:2:4

Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Nunez, 11:1:6

Cable Cars (San Diego): illustration, 2:1:6,7; 15:2:23; Mission Cliffs Line, 1:1:12; Montezuma, La Jolla, Alvarado, San Ysidora, Las Flores, 15:2:22; names of, 2:1:8, 9; photograph(s), 13:4:55; 15:2:cover; 6: 1:21; use of for transportation, 2:1:5-9

Cable Railway Co. (San Diego), 15:2:22

Cabo San Lucas, 18:2:2, 4, 5

Caborca (Sonora, Mexico), 19:1:34-42 passim

Cabral, Manual, 18:4:27

Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez: article about, 19: 3:1-8; expeditions, 1:1:2; 6:IA; illustration, 13:4:10; 19:3:3; mentioned, 5:1:6; 13:4: 9, 10; 18:2:1-2; 18:4:27; 19:1:2; 20:3:61; 20:4:31

Cabrillo Celebration (San Diego): mentioned, 20:4:41-42; photograph(s), 1892, 18:4:26; photograph(s), 1892 & 1894, 19:3:5

Cabrillo Club, 20:1:22

Cabrillo Hotel, 4:4:48

Cabrillo Medal, 1913: photograph(s), 19:3:6

Cabrillo Medallion: photograph(s), 19:2:34

Cabrillo Statue: by Hutchinson, photograph(s), 19:2:35; in Pt. Loma, photograph(s), 19:3:cover, iv

Cabrillo National Monument: est. of, 1:4:47; illustration, 13:3:34; mentioned, 19:2:33-34; 19:3:4-5; Site #51, 14:3:6

Cactus plants, 17:3:18-22

Cadmus, R. Y., 9:1:10

Catfroth, James Wood, 14:3:29

Cahuenga Pass: battle of, 12:4:31; mentioned, 6:4:13, 16, 19

Cahuenga Treaty, 20:3:34 Cain, Harry P., 18:1:5

Cajon Mountain: photograph(s), 13:1:18

Calexico Chronicle: location of back files, 17:3:11

Calico Ball (Horton Hall), 4:3:37

California (Alta): anti-Japanese sentiment in, 18:1:1-9; blacks in 19:2:15-20; classes in, 19:1:1-9; colonization of, 13:4:14; 19:1:1-9; exploration of, 18:2:1-7; influence of Americans on, 12:3:8,14; migrant workers in, 19:1:26,28; minorities in, 19:2:18-19; origin of the name, 11:1:2,3; organization under Constitution of 1824, 12:3:10, 11, 12; population, 1820, 12:3:8; sectional rivalry, 12:3:15; secularization of Missions, 12:3:16,17,21,22; Spanish and Mexican influences on, 13:3:5,6,7,8,15,16,21,22; utopians, 18:4:1; water development in, 19:1:11-24 passim; Wobblies in, 19:1:25-33. See also Antigua California, Baja California, Nueva California California, by Joseph Royce, introduction by Earl Pomeroy: noted, 18:3:35

California Banknotes, 13:4:22

California Building (Balboa Park), 16:4:3

California Calligraphy: Identified Autographs of Personages Connected with the Conquest and Development of the Californias, edited by Maynard Geiger, O.F.M.: noted, 18:4:50

California Camp: iflus., 7:2:26

The California Coast: A Bilingual Edition of Documents From the Sutro Collection, edited by Donald C. Cutter: md., 17:4:49-50

California in Color. An Essay on the Paradox of Plenty, by T. H. Watkins: review, 18:1:31-32

California conquistador: illustration, 18:4:5

California Constructive League, 19:1:14,15

California Development Co., 17:3:6,7; 19:1:11,13,14,16,17

California Division of State Parks, 19:4:21

California and the Dust Bowl Migration, by Walter J. Stein: review, 20:1:49-50

California Folklore Society Quarterly, 4: 1:9

California Forestry Service, 19:4:16

California Free Speech League, 19:1:28, 29

California Gardens, 15:3:16-17

California Heritage: An Anthology of History and Literature, by John and LeRee Caughey: noted, 18:3:33

California: A History of Upper and Lower California From Their First Discovery to the Present Time, by Alexander Forbes: noted, 20:1:53

“California Hives”: illustration, 15:4:22,23; mentioned, 15:4:18,19

California, An Illustrated History, by T. H. Watkins: review, 20:1:40-41

The California I Love (Carrillo): mentioned, 19:2:12

The California Indians: A Source Book, edited by Robert F. Heizer and M.A. Whipple: noted, 18:3:33

California, In-Doors and Out, by Eliza B. Farnham, Introduction by Madeleine B. Stearn: review, 20:1:43-44

California, Its History and Romance: 20:4:35

California: Its Peoples, Its Problems, Its Prospects, edited by Robert Durrenberger: review, 18:4:44-45

California: Land of New Beginnings, by David Lavender: review, 20:1:39-40

California Legislature: 1855, 20:2:4; 1913, 20:2:20

California Medical Society, 16:4:15

California Missions. See under individual names

The California Missions as Others Saw Them (1786-1842), by Francis J. Weber: noted, 20:1:54

California Mission Trail (El Camino Real): map, 13:4:19

California Mortgage Loan and Trust Co., 16:3:12

California National Bank, 2:1:9

California National Guard, 5:4:64

California& Oriental Line, 2:4:46

California Pacific International Exposition (1935), 6:1:31-32; 18:2:9; 18:1:35. See also Panama-California Exposition (1915), and Panama-California International Exposition (1916)

California Park System, 19:4:14-24 passim

California Rodeos, 15:4:27,28,31,32

“A California Romance in Perspective: The Elopement, Marriage and Ecclesiastical Trial of Henry D. Fitch and Josefa Carrillo,” by Ronald L. Miller, 19:2:1-13

California Southern Excursion Train, 1883: photograph(s), 13:4:50

California Southern Extension Company, 20:1:34

California Southern Railroad Co.: construction of first outside rail, 2:1:1; employment of Chinese, 10:1:10; excursion in 1882, 1:1:7; in 1881, 6:1:26; 3:4:5O; 2:1:1; mentioned, 7:1:2; 2:3:38; 3:4:50; 17:2:19; 20:1:10,32-37

California Southern Tourist Train: photograph(s), 1886, 20:1:35

California Stage Co., 3:2:17

California State Agricultural Society Report, 1895, 16:4:15

California State Board of Health: Eucalyptus trees, 16:4:15; health regulations, 1870-1900, 16:2:21

California State Congress of Industrial Organizations, 18:1:5

California State Convention of 1849: boundary debate, 10:1:6,7; committees, 10:1:4; delegates, 10:1:1-7; discrimination against blacks, 19:2:18; territorial govt. debate, 10:1:6,7

California State Emergency Relief Administration (SERA), 18:2-9,10; 18:3:14

California State Legislature, 1850, 2:4:52

California State Library at Sacramento, 9:1:1

California State University, San Diego, 18:3:22

California Steam Navigation Co.: buys Orizaba, 5:3:47; mentioned, 15:2:17

California Tower (Balboa Park), 17:4:44

The California Trail: An Epic with Many Heroes, by George R. Stewart: md., 18:3:35

California; The Vanishing Dream, by Michael Davie: review, 19:3:40-41

California Volunteers: 1861, 1:2:18; 1864, 3:2:25, 26

California Western University, 12:2:17,23,24

California Wine, by the edited of Sunset Books: review, 20:2:62

California’s Architectural Frontier. Style and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century, by Harold Kirker: noted, 20:1:52

“California’s Hispanic Heritage: a View Into the Spanish Myth,” by Manuel P. Servin, 19:1:1-9

“California’s Lost Battalion,” by Don Driese, 7:2:26-27

“California’s Range-Cattle Industry: Decimation of the Herds, 1870-1912,” by Hazel Adele Pulling, 11:1:20-32

California’s State Parks Council, 19:4:16

“California’s Sweetest Love Story,” by Gardner Bradford: mentioned, 19:2:11

Californios: and Indians, 20:3:33-43 passim; illustration, 20:2:49; in San Diego County, 20:2:45-53; mentioned, 19:1:6-8; 19:4:1-13 passim

Callen, James, 3:4:52

Calloway, 0. P., 5:2:40; 17:3:3

Calvary Cemetery (Mission Hills), 20:1:9

Calvert, Robert A.: bk, edited by, review, 20:1:41-42

Camacho, Jose, diary of: facsimile p., 11:4:9

Cameron, Charlie, 6:3:77

Cameron Lake, 4:2:15

Campbell, Everett, 19:4:22-23

Campbell, Gen. Thomas E., 17:4:26

Campbell, Walton B.: article co-authored by, 15:4:3-16; photograph(s), 15:4:3

Camp Calhoun, 19:2:25,27

Camp California (Virginia): illustration, 7:2:26

Camp Callan: photograph(s), 13:4:67

Camp Hearn, 5:4:65

Camp Kearny, 13:4:62

Camp Pendleton, 13:4:30;(1941), 7:3:36

Camp Salvation, 9:1:2,4; 19:3:24; (1949), 9:1:2,4; 19:3:24,25

Camp Wright, 5:1:22; (Civil War), 7:2:23-25 passim

Camp Wright Store, 14:3:22,23

Campo: general store at, 6:3:77-80; mentioned, 13:1:26,27; stage to, 6:3:77; town of, 6:3:77

Campo Hotel, 18:1:23; 20:3:68

Campo School, 20:3:68

Campo Store: mentioned, 14:3:20; photograph(s), 6:3:77; 5:1:19

Camulos (family chapel): illustration, 11:2:15

Camulos Ranch: illustration, 11:3:2

Canada de las Lleguas, 13:1:41

Canada de Osuna, 13:1:41

Canada de San Diego, 17:2:14

Canaries (San Diego), 4:1:2

Canary Cottage (San Diego), 20:2:11

Canby, Major E. R. S., 17:2:17

Canfield, Cyrus C., 20:3:41

Cannon, Charles: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Cannon: 18th century, illustration, 11:4:40: history and uses of, 11:4:40-41; muzzle loading, illustration, 11:4:38; Napoleons used at Fort Rosecrans, 5:4:64; smoothbase used at Fort Rosecrans, 5:4:67

Cantarinj, T., 20:1:32

Canyon Houses (1912): illustration, 17:4:9

Cape Mendocino, 18:2:1,5

Capitalists in San Diego, 3:1:3

Capitan Grande, 2:3:30

Capitan Indian Reservation, 2:3:30 Capps, Edward, 16:1:14

Capps, Robert, 9:1:10,11

Capron, John: John Capron & Co., 3:3:33-34; in San Diego, 6:1:23; mentioned, 18:1:20; 13:4:43; photograph(s), 13:4:46; sells stage line, 3:3:35; stage driver, 1:1:12; stage line, 8:1:4-7; stage service facsimile adv., 13:4:46; U.S. Mail line adv., 3:3:32-33

Captain Jadwin (locomotive): illustration, 7:l:cover,5

“Captain Vancouver’s Organ,” by Helen Gohres, 9:1:12-13

Carbonel, Francisco Esteban, 19:3:2

Carboulee, Claude le, 2:4:44

Cardenas, Lazaro, 19:3:11

Cardona, Nicolas de, 19:3:13

Caries, Arthur B., 19:4:45

Carleton, Col. James H., 7:2:23-25

Car No. 54, 2:1:12

Carlos III (King of Spain), 18:4:1,2,3,6,7

Carlson, Billy: mentioned, 2:1:2; photograph(s), 2:1:3

Carnes, A. B., 11:2:36,39

Carnes, Walter, 20:4:17

Caroline, 1:3:31; 18:1::15; 19:3:20

Carpenter, Edwin, 18:1:10

Carpenter, Genevieve G., 11:2:20

Carr, Lawrence W., 14:2:26

Carreta (cart), 4:1:4

Carrico, Richard L.: article by, 19:4:51-55

Carrillo, Carlos Antonio: claim as Gov., 6:1:14-15; mentioned, 7:3:32; 12:3:13; 12:4:23,24,25,26,27; 13:4:25,28; 15:1:24

Carrillo, Domingo, 19:2:3,4,8

Carrillo, Jack, 15:1:25

Carrillo, Joaquin, 5:1:14; 15:1:15; 19:2:2,3,6

Carrillo, Jose Antonio, 6:1:12-13; 7:3:32; 12:3:18,19,24; 12:4:19,28; 15:1:24; 19:4:3,4; 20:3:40

Carrillo, Josefa: article about, 19:2:1-13; marries Henry Fitch, 5:1:14; mentioned, 6:1:10; 14:3:16; 13:4:20. See also Fitch, Josefa Carrillo

Carrillo, Josefa Bandini, 20:1:3

Carrillo, Juan Jose, 15:1:25

Carrillo, Leo, 15:1:25; 19:2:12; 20:1:3

Carrillo, Maria Ygnacia Lopez de, 19:2:3,6

Carrillo, Pedro C.: mentioned, 15:1:25; 20:1:3; owner of Coronado ranch, 2:3:38,40

Carrillo family, 11:2:4

Carrillo House: photograph(s), 19:2:5

Carrillo Park, 2:3:38

Carrizo cane (Genus Arundinaria), 15:1:38

Carrizo Corridor, 3:2:18

Carrizo Creek, 4:2:15; 19:2:23-24

Carrizo Gorge, 2:1:10,11; photograph(s), 13:4:58

Carroll, John E., 19:4:38

Carroll, Leo, 20:4:16

Carson, Billy, 2:1:2-3

Carson, Kit: adventurer, 5:1:13,21; guide to San Pasqual, 10:3:30,31,33; Indian scout, 1:1:2; in Mexican War, 6:1:16,18-19; mentioned, 13:4:33,34

Carson & Colorado Railroad, 10:1:8

Carter, Armistead B., 20:2:37

Carter, Cassius: article about, 20:2:36-43; photograph(s), 20:2:36

Carter, William: book by, review, 18:3:32

Cary, Mrs. Alpha Marsh, 14:2:24-27

Cary, Frederick Bernard, 14:2:26

Caryas, Felipe 0., 20:1:32

Casa de Altamirano, 14:4:36

Casa de Bandini: mentioned, 4:4:47; 18:1:20; 20:1:10; San Diego Historical Landmark, 5:1:13; 14:3:14

Casa de Carrillo: oldest house in San Diego, 4:1:4; San Diego Historical Landmark, 14:3:16; 5:1:13

Casa de Cota, 5:1:14; 14:3:16

Casa de Estudillo: illustration, 17:3:cover; mentioned, 14:3:6; photograph(s), 14:3:8; San Diego Historical Landmark, 5:IA

Casa de la Bandera (Casa de Machado), 5:1:12

Casa Larga (Casa de Lopez), 5:1:7

Casa Loma, 15:1:30

Casa Loma Hotel, 5:3:44

Casa de Lopez, 5:1:7; 10:2:17; 14:3:9

Casa de Machado (Machado-Stewart): illustration, 14:3:17; mentioned, 2:2:24; 5:1:13; 4:1:4; 8:4:56; 14:3:14,15; 15:1:8,39

Casa de Pedrorena, 5:1:12; 14:3:14

Cassidy, Andrew, 10:4:49,51,52; 15:1:34

Cassidy, Robert: photograph(s), 9:4:18-19

Cassidy’s Saloon (San Diego), 20:2:7,8,13; photograph(s), 20:2:8

“Cassius Carter: The Scrapbooks of a District Attorney,” by John White, 20:2:36-43

Cassius Carter Center Stage: mentioned, 20:2:37, 38; photograph(s), 20:2:37,38

Castaneda, Capt. Juan, 12:4:24

Castillero, Capt. Andres, 7:4:23,26

Castillo, Pedro, 18:4:15

Castillo de Guijarros (Pt. Loma), 20:3:45; 5:4:68; 1:4:48

Castillo Negrette, Luis del, 18:1:14

Castle, J. E., 15:4:25

Castle, W. E. (Mrs.), 20:2:11

Castle Dare, 16:3:12

Castro, Gen. Jose: denounced by Juan Bandini, 17:2:5,8; mentioned, 19:4:2,3; 17:1:16; 12:4:19, 26; portrait, 13:4:28

Castro, Juan B., X1:2:3

Castro, Manuel: illustration, 11:2:3; mentioned, 19:4:5

Catalinas (aircraft), 13:4:67

Catholic Footprints in California, by Rev. Francis J. Weber: review, 18:3:26-27

Cattle: diseases of, 11:1:25; drives, 4:2:15, 21; in Calif., article about, 11:1:20-31; industry, XIA:21, 20:1:8-9,31; killing of, illustration, 13:4:23; raising of in Julian, 5:1:20; San Diego’s Judges of the Plains and, 15:4:27-32; rustling, 5:2:39; ticks, 11:1:25-29 passim

Caughey, John Walton, 19:1:4

Caughey, John and LeRee: book by, noted, 18:3:33

Cave, Daniel, 19:4:37

Cavendish, Sir Thomas: in Pacific, 6:1:4; mentioned, 13:4:10,11; 18:2:2

“The Celtic Temperament” (Jesse Shepard), 16:3:27-29 passim

Cement Mine (Kimballs), 2:3:40

Cemeteries, 15:1:5,15,16

Cemetery of San Diego (Pt. Loma), 5:1:5

Census: California (1850), 19:2:17; Los Angeles (1781), 19:1:4; San Diego (1847), 19:2:17; 20:2:45; (1850), 20:2:32; 20:3:54; (1851), 20:2:45; (1852), 20:2:45; (1860), 19:2:17; 19:4:3; 20:2:49-50; 20:3:54

Centennial Fourth of July Celebration (San Diego), 20:4:40

CentralAmerica, 3:2:17,18

Central American Pacific Railroad, 20:1:10

Central Christian Church (San Diego), 20:2:15

Central Pacific Railroad, 10:1:8

Cereza Loma (Ed Davis, owner), 15:2:12

Cermeho, Sebastian Rodriguez, 18:2:2-4; 20:4:31,32

Chaffey, George: mentioned, 15:3:9; 17:3:7,8; photograph(s), 17:3:7

Chamber of Commerce (San Diego), 20:1:20,21,22

Chamberlain, E. K., 10:1:7

Chamberlain, Pierce A.: book co-authored by, review, 19:4:57-58

Chandler, Harry, 16:2:33; 17:3:8

Chandler, Leonard A., 9:2:17

Chandler, L. A., 20:4:17

Chancy, Raymond C.: article by, 17:2:28-40

The Changing Mexican-American, edited by Rudolph Gomez: noted, 20:4:56

Channel swims, 6:4:91-93

Chapel of the Immaculate Conception: mentioned, 5:1:1; photograph(s), 14:3:5

Chapman, Charles E., 19:2:34,35; 19:1:6; 20:4:31

Chapman, 7:2:28-29

“A Chapter from the Logbook,” by Paul H. Ezell, 16:4:20-24

Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste, 11:2:28-33

Charbonneau, Toussaint, 11:2:29

Chariot Canyon, 9:4:48

Charles F. Lummis: Crusader in Corduroy, by Dudley Gordon: review, 19:3:45-46

Charles Morgan (steamer), 3:2:27

Charles V (of Spain), 12:2:3

Charleston, 6:3:87,88

Chart House Restaurant (Coronado), 20:4:12

Chartres- Martin, Dr. Ernest Percy, 20:4:12

Chase, Rev., 11:3:43

Chase, Maj. Levi: house of, photograph(s), 6:1:11; mentioned, 8:4:46; 12:1:6; 15:4:25

Chase, Richard: paintings by, 17:3:cover; 18:1:cover

Chase, Smeaton, 20:1:10

Chase, Susan, 20:3:19

Chase, William Merritt, 16:4:3,5

Chavez, Angelico: book by, noted, 20:1:53; mentioned, 19:2:38

Chavez, Antonio, 17:2:7

Cheek, William: review by, 18:4:46-47

Chicanos: The Evolution of a People, edited by Renato Rosaldo, Robert A. Calvert and Gustav L. Seligmann: review, 20:1:41-42

“A Chicano Perspective on San Diego History,” by Mario T. Garcia, 18:4:14-21

Chicano History, depicted in murals, 18:4:18-19

Chicken, recipe for, 13:1:32

Chico, Col. Mariano, 12:4:19; 20:2:31

The Chihuahua Trail (route to Battle of San Pasqual), 10:3:30

Chilberg, Guy, 20:4:17

“Childhood Recollections of the Agua Tibia Ranch,” by Mary C. Marston, 5:2:29-32

Chile, Peru, and the California Gold Rush of 1849, by May Monaghan: review, 20:1:48-49

Chimney sweep, 2:4:49

China ships, 12:2:2. See also Manila Galleons

Chinatown (San Diego), 20:2:2,7,13-14, 20-21,22,27

Chinese: in San Diego, 4:3:40; 20:2:2,7,13-14,20-21,22,27; in San Diego County, 20:1:32-33; in So. California, article about, 10:1:8-13

“The Chinese at Sorrento,” by R.P. Middlebrook, 10:1:8-13

Chinese cook, 15:1:8

Chinese Junk, 1:1:12

Chinese lanterns (decorations), 6:3:87,88

Chinese Opium Den, 2:4:51

Chino Ranch, 19:4:3

Chipman, Donald: review by, 19:4:57-58

Choate, Rufus: article about, 11:2:40-49; photograph(s), 11:3:40

Cholos: mentioned, 18:4:17,20; Micheltorena’s, 6:1:15,16

Chorpenning, George, 4:3:41

Chrisman, Jake (home), 15:1:15

Christian, Thomas Stonewall, 14:2:25

Christian Endeavor, 20:2:24

Christian Science Church: photograph(s), 1904, 17:4:8

Christman, Florence: book by, review, 20:1:50-51

Chuck Wagons: cooks of, 4:2:16; mentioned, 4:2:16

“Chuck-Wagon Days,” by David R. Cobb, 4:2:15-16

Chula Vista, 18:1:3,8

Chula Vista Art Guild, 19:4:46

Chula Vista Star: on internment of Japanese, 18:1:9

The Chula Vista Story (Phillips), 20:4:11

Chumash Fishing Equipment, by Robert L. Hoover: review, 20:2:58

Church of San Carlos at Monterey: photograph(s), 13:3:13

Churchill, Gen. Mendell (Home): mentioned, 17:4:6; photograph(s), 17:4:7

Churchill, Sarah, 17:2:30

Cigaritas (smoked by Spanish ladies, 1865), 7:3:38 Cincinnati Enquirer, 1:3:29

Circus (Spanish, 1865), 7:3:38

Cirependu (technique of), 16:4:8

Citizen’s Traction Company, 15:2:25

Citizens Council of Honolulu, 18:1:5

City Directory (San Diego), 2:4:48-51

City-County Administration Building (San Diego), 20:2:27

City Guard Band, 20:4:39,40

Ciudad Lerdo, 17:3A

Civic Federation of San Diego, 20:2:41

Civil War: Calif. and, 7:2:26-27; San Diego and, 7:2:18-22

Civilian Exclusion Order No. 4, 18:1:8

Clar, C. Raymond: book by, review, 19:1:45

Clarissa Andrews, 5:1:25; 11:2:44; 14:3:25 Clark, Harry: book by, review, 20:4:45-46

Clark, Henry, 17:2:37

Clark, Imblay, 5:2:36

Clark James H., 9:3:36,38

Clark, John G.: book edited by, noted, 18:4:51

Clark, John R., 9:3:36, 38

Clark, Kate, 20:2:7

Clark, R. G., 15:4:21

Clark, Winfield Scott, 3:3:35

Clark & Harbison, 15;4:21

Clarke, Elizabeth: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Clarke, Helen Bess, 18:2:10,12

Clarke, James Mitchell, 18:2:10

Clarke, Owen F.: review by, 18:3:30

Clavijero, Francisco Javier, 19:3:14,16,17

Clavijero (La Historia), 20:4:28

Clayton, William, 19:1:21,22

Cleary, Susan: photograph(s), 11:4:14,22

Cleland, Robert Glass, 20:1:28

Clemence, Stella Risley, 2:3:30

Clemens, Elizabeth B. (Couts), 20:1:10

Clemens, Samuel (Mark Twain), 20:1:10

Cleveland, Daniel: article about, 11:1:33-38; illustration, 11:1:33; mentioned, 18:4:34; 4:3:38; Old Town and, 2:4:52,53

Cleveland, William: biog. sketch, 11:1:33-36

Cleveland’s Addition, 11:1:35

Clewlow, C. W., Jr.: book co-edited by, review, 20:3:69-70

Cliff House, 2:1:2

Clift, Robert, 20:3:37

Cline, Daniel, 20:1:29-30

Clough, Edwin (“Yorick”), 20:3:26

“Cloven Hooff.” See Hooff, Philip

“The Clubhouse on Steamship Wharf,” by Dick Barthelmess, 6:4:94-97

Coal gas generation, 2:3:36

Coal mine (Ft. Rosecrans), 5:4:68

Coaling Station (U.S. Navy), 6:1:29

Coast Artillery Corps: 1911, photograph(s), 5:4:65

Coast Guard (lighthouse keepers), 1:4:47

Coast Line Stage Co., 7:4:55

Cobb, David R.: article by, 4:2:15-16

Cobblestone Jail, 15:1:5

Cobblestone Point, 6:1:8

Co-cam-cah-ras, 20:1:29

Cochise, 7:2:20

Cody, William: description of Wild West Show, 6:3:81-84; facsimile adv. for show, 6:3:83; illustration of, 6:3:cover; in San Diego, 6:3:81-84; Parade, 1902, photograph(s), 6:3:84

Coffee Club, 2:4:44

Coffin, Capt. Charles: on Philadelphia, 9:2:18; on Senator, 3:3:39

Cohen, Walter, 19:4:2

Cohn, J. A., 20:4:40

Cohn, Rabbi M., 19:4:35,36

Cold Spring Creek, 3:2:18

Cole, Martin: book co-edited by, review, 20:1:47

Cole, William, 17:1:15

Coleman Creek, 5:1:20 Collett, Josephus, 12:1:5

Colley, Charles C.: book comp. by, noted, 19:1:51

Collier, Charles, 11:3:46

Collier, D. C., 8:4:49; 19:2:28,32

Collins, J. W., 15:2:24-25; 16:3:12

Collins, Mrs., 20:3:18

Collins Valley, 19:4:17-24 passim

Colonial American Kitchen (diorama): photograph(s), 18:2:12

Colonization Act of 1824, 20:1:28

A Colony For California: Riverside’s First Hundred Years, by Tom Patterson: review, 19:2:46

Colorado City (Yuma), 4:4:43

Colorado Desert, 17:3:6-10

Colorado House (Old Town), 2:4:53; 2:2:26; 15:1:7; 19:2:15

Colorado River: as San Diego water source, 5:2:40; crossed by wagon train, 9:1:2,4,5; junction with Gila River, 1849, map, 19:3:27; lower portion, map, 17:3:iv; mentioned, 4:4:43; 19:1:13,16-17,20-21; 19:3:12,22-30 passim; 20:3:47; water project, map, 13:4:68; bridge over, 16:2:28

Colorado River Convention, 19:1:20-21

Colorful Butterfield Overland Stage: Reproductions in Color of 21 Paintings by Marjorie Reed From the Collection of James S. Copley, text, by Richard F. Pourade, introduction by Richard B. Yale: noted, 18:1:33

Colton – Ten Stamp Mill, 13:1:16

Colton Hall, Monterey: photograph(s), 10:1:1

Columbian Star (Secret Society), 7:2:17-22 passim

Columbus, Christopher, 11:1:14

Coman, Edwin T., Jr.: review by, 16:3:30; 17:3:25; 18:1:27-28; 18:2:15; 19:2:46

Coman, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin T., 17:4:44

Combs, John, 5:3:53

Commager, Henry Steele: book introduction by noted, 18:4:51

Commercial Hotel, 2:4:43

Commercial House Hotel, 19:4:30

Comonfort, Ignacio, 17:2:8; 20:4:26,27, 28

Compass Pass: illustration, 11:1:11

Comstock & Trotsche (architects), 16:3:3,4

Conaty, Thomas J., 10:2:22; 20:4:34

Concentration Camps U.S.A.: The Japanese Americans and World War II, by Roger Daniels: review, 19:1:49-50

Concord Stages, 13:1:24; 18:1:19,20

Concord Stage (Serra Museum): article about, 8:1:1-12; diagrams and plans of, 8:1:6-7; final run of, 8:1:8-9; history of, 8:1:1-12; illustration, 8:1:cover,6,7; last passengers in, 8:1:8-9; photograph(s), 5,8,9,10,11,13; repair of, 8:1:9-12; Vi-Counts and, 8:1:11

“The Concord Stage,” by Bill Virden, 8:1:1-12

Conde, Gen. Pedro Garcia (Mexican Boundary Commissioner), 1:3:30; 19:3:20,29

Condemned Buildings (San Diego), 2:1:12,13

Conestoga Wagon, 4:3:33-35

Confederate activity (Civil War), 7:2:22-25

Conger, Carmen: photograph(s), 18:3:17,18,19

Conger, John, 16:2:19; 17:4:51

Congregation Beth Israel (Adath Jeshurun), 19:4:35,37,38

Congregation Tifereth Israel, 19:4:37,38

Congress, 13:4:31; 19:4:3,4. See also U.S.S. Congress

Congress Hall (Pony Express), 5:1:10; 14:3:12-13; 15:1:10,12

Congress of Nations (Buffalo Bill), 6:3:81-84 passim

Congress for Reclamation Service, 19:1:19,20

Conklin, C. H., 7:3:43

Conklin, Ralph, 8:4:50

Conklin House: condemnation of, 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Connell, Ana, 20:1:24a

Conner, Jay D., 18:2:9,14

Connor, Seymour V.: book co-authored by, review, 19:2:45-46

Connors, James W., 15:1:15

Connors, Sarah 0,Neill, 15:1:4,8

Conquest of Arid America (Smythe), 19:1:11,12,16

Conrat, Maisie: book co-authored by, review, 18:4:49

Conrat, Richard: book co-authored by, review, 18:4:49

Conservation, in California, 19:4:14-24

Consignments to El Dorado: A Record of the Voyage of the Sutton, by Thomas Whaley, edited by June Allen Reading: review, 19:1:44-45

Consolidated Aircraft Corp. (Convair), 6:4:31; 13:4:64

Consolidated Bank Building (Library site), 4:3:37

Consolidated National Bank Building (San Diego), 20:2:4

Consolidated Bank of San Diego, 11:1:34-35

Constitution of 1849, 2:4:52

Constitution of California. See Calif. State Convention of 1849

Constructive Democracy: The Economics of a Square Deal (Smythe), 19:1:18

Contemporary Artists of San Diego: mentioned, 19:4:46; photograph(s), 19:4:43; 16:4:4

“Contemporary Artists of San Diego,” by Martin E. Petersen, 16:4:3-10

Continental Granite Co., 20:3:64

Convention of 1850 (Calif), 6:1:20

Convoy, 20:2:31

Cook, E., 20:3:61,63,66

Cook, Harry, 11:2:36

Cooke, George, 19:2:31

Cooke, Philip St. George: Jean Baptiste Charbonneau and, 11:2:31-32; mentioned, 20:3:37; 13:2:7; Mormon Battalion and, 10:3:31; 17:1:24; portrait, 13:2:7

Cooke’s Wells (Three Wells), 19:3:24-25

Coombs, John, 4:2:20

Cooper, Conrad C., 18:1:7

Cooper, Fredricka A., 11:2:25

Cooper, George F., 1:2:16; 13:2:10

Cooper, John B. R., 19:2:7,8,9,10,12

Copeland, F., 20:1:32

Copeland, George D., 15:2:24

Copley, James S., 14:4:35-38 passim

Copper Mining, 7:4:56

Corbett, Joe, 4:2:25

Cordoba, Capt., 5:4:61

Corinthian Yacht Club (1904): mentioned, 20:4:5; photograph(s), 20:4:4

Cork Elm Trees (Lakeside), 3:1:11

Corliss Steam-engine, 2:1:8

Corona: photograph(s), 9:2:17

Corona Hotel (1898): photograph(s), 8:4:45

Coronado (California): cattle range on, 2:3:38; Gill homes at, 17:4:6; land auction at, 12:1:6; land sales (1886), 2:3:38-40; mentioned, 19:1:21; named, 2:3:39; Waukesha Water, 4:4:54

Coronado (ferry), 2:1:2; 2:3:39; 12:1:6

Coronado Belt Line (railway), 2:3:39

Coronado Christian Science Church: photograph(s), 17:4:8

Coronado Beach Water Co., 12:1:5,9,11

Coronado Cays Yacht Club, 20:4:17

Coronado Gas & Electric Co., 2:3:34

Coronado Hotel (1887), 2:3:34-40 passim; 19:1:21,22. See also Hotel del Coronado

Coronado Islands, 20:4:5; 20:3:61

Coronado Railroad, 4:2:24; 7:1:4-5

Coronado Tent City, 20:4:5,15

Coronado Yacht Club, 20:4:5,12-14

Corney, Peter, 15:4:11

Corps of Engineers, 10:1:8

Corral (Old Town), 7:3:38

Corral Block, 1:2:10

Cortes, Carlos, 18:4:15

Cortes, Fernando. See Cortes, Hernan

Cortes, Hernan: at Cadiz, 12:3:6,25,26; Cartas y Otras Documentos de Hernan Cortes, 11:1:17; exploration of Gulf of Calif, 11:1:1-6,9,12,14-15,17; mentioned, 13:4:9; 19:2:36; 19:3:12,13,16; Valle and, 12:2:14; 18:4:1,17; 19:3:1

Cortes, Martin, 19:2:36

Corwin, 5:4:63

Cosgrove, Terence Byrne, 16:1:14-15,23-26; 20:2:23

Cosmopolitan Hotel, 5:1:13; 3:3:34; 14:3:15; 15:1:6-7; 18:1:20; 20:2:52

Cosoy (Indian village), 4:4:48; 5:1:11; 14:3:13

Cosoy Way (Presidio Park): photograph(s), 8:2:13B

Cossitt, Helen, 17:4:7-8

Costanso, Miguel de: Dieguenos and, 6:1:2; engineer with Fages, 17:2:15; mentioned, 18:2:7; 19:1:3,5-6; 20:4:28; San Carlos and, 10:4:47

Cota, Elias J.: article by, 3:3:36-37

Cota, Guillermo, 3:3:37

Cota, Juan, 5:1:14; 15:1:6

Cota, Leonardo, 19:4:5,7

Cota, Magdalena, 3:3:37

Cota, Ramon: house of, 15:1:6

Cottonwood River, 1:3:34

Couger, Dr. John, 16:2:6

County Hospital, 20:2:22

Courser, George E., 4:4:50

Courts (San Diego): early, 2:4:52-54; 11:2:16

Courthouse, San Diego: 1868-1871, illustration, 1:1:5; “Little Brick” 15:1:7

Couts, Abel Stearns, 20:1:7

Couts, Cave Johnson: delegate to 1849 State Convention, 10:1:3,4; home of, article about, 20:1:1-14; 15:1:6; mentioned, 9:1:2; 12:3:15; 15:1:25-26; 19:3:20-29 passim; 20:1:2-11 passim; photograph(s), 17:2:11; 19:3:20; illustration, 20:1:2; Ysidora Bandini and, photograph(s), 17:2:11; 20:1:3,4

Couts, Cave Johnson, Jr. (“Cuevas”), 20:1:7,10-11

Couts, Cave Johnson, III, 20:1:10-11

Couts, Cave S., 15:4:28,30,32

Couts, Elena Francisca (Helen), 20:1:7

Couts, Elizabeth B. Clemens, 20:1:10

Couts, Isidora Bandini, 15:1:25-27; 17:2:11-12. See also Bandini, Isidora, and Bandini, Ysidora

Couts, John Forster (Juan), 20:1:7,9

Couts, Maria Antonia (Scott), 15:1:27; 20:1:7,9

Couts, Maria Carolina (Caroline), 20:1:7,9,10

Couts, Nancy Dolores (Ana Venancia), 20:1:7

Couts, Robert Lee (Roberto), 20:1:7,9

Couts, William Bandini, 20:1:7

Couts, William Blount, 20:1:8; 20:2:52

Couts, Ysidora Forster, 20:1:7

“The Cove,” painting by Alfred Mitchell, 19:4:45

Cox, Thomas R.: review by, 20:2:57

Coyote Canyon, 19:4:16

“Coyoteville” (Klauber Home), 5:3:44

Cozy Cottage (San Diego), 20:2:23

“The Cozy Cottage,” painting by Charles Fries, 20:2:cover

Crabb, Henry Alexander: article about, 19:1:34-42; filibustering expedition of, 18:1:20

Crabtree, Rev. William F., 20:2:15

Craig, Donald Munro: book by, review, 18:1:27-28

Craig, Lt. Col. Louis, 5:4:67

Craig, Richard B.: book by, review, 19:1:47-48

Crane, Clare: article by, 16:3:4-21; 18:4:22-27; review by, 20:2:63

Crane, Samuel P., 9:3:34,35,38

Cravath, A. K., 5:2:40

Crawfish Charley, 20:2:22

Crawford, Robert, 19:4:22 Crawford, Will C., 18:2:9

“Creation of the Anza Borrego Desert State Park – Largest in the United States,” by Diana Lindsay, 19:4:14-24

Crenshaw, Joseph, 9:2:17

Crescent Boat Company, 20:4:11

Crespi, Fr. Juan: describes San Diego, 17:2:15; est. of Missions, 11:2:4-7; in San Diego, 6:1:6; mentioned, 13:4:13

Cristianitos Canyon, 14:3:24,25

Crippen, Roy, 20:3:18

Crocker, Charles, 7:3:34; 10:1:8

Crocker, Mrs. Rosa (Jesse Shepard), 16:3:6

Crocker, William L.: article by, 11:4:37-42

Crocker, William: sketch by, 13:4:6

Croix, Marques de: portrait, 13:3:16

Cromwell, George, 16:1:21-22

Crooks, Mrs. Elsie, 4:1:6-8

Crosby, Bing, 14:2:17

Crosby, E. 0., 20:1:29

Cross-staff and Quadrant: photograph(s), 11:1:1

Crosthwaite, Philip: biog. sketch of, 11:2:43-44; mentioned, 15:4:28,32; 15:1:10,15; partner to Thomas Whaley, 15:2:70

Crosthwaite, William, 8:4:56; 15:1:4,6

Crosthwaite Adobe: photograph(s), 5:2:41

Crouch, Mr., 17:2:19

Crouch, Herbert, 20:1:34

Crouse, Lena, 6:4:97-100; 20:1:24a

Crovath, A. K., 9:3:32

Crow, J. A., 15:2:21

Crown Point, 20:4:16

Crysostoma, 5:4:58

Cuesta, Padre Felipe Arroya de la, 9:1:12-13

“Cullamac, Alias Del Capitan Grande,” by Hero Eugene Rensch, 2:3:29-32

The Culture of the Luiseno Indians, by Philip Stedman Sparkman: review, 18:2:16

Culverwell’s Scows, 3:3:40-4t

Culverwell’s Wharf: in San Diego, 5:3:47; vs. Horton’s, 3:3:40-41

Cunningham, Gilbert: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Curran, Frank: photograph(s), 11:4:13

Currency: in early San Diego, 2:4:44

Current, William: book by, noted, 18:3:34

Curriculum Project of the WPA, San Diego, 18:2:8-14

Curtiss, Glenn E., 1:1:3; 18:3:5

Curtiss Flying Boat (1914): photograph(s), 6:4:35

Customs Inspector Badge: photograph(s), 8:4:cover

Cutter, Donald C.: book edited by, md., 17:4:49-50; review by, 19:2:48

Cuyamac, Pelagia Maria, 2:3:29

Cuyamaca: etymology of, 2:3:29-32; origin of the name, 2:3:29-32

Cuyamaca Club, 2:4:51

Cuyamaca Dam, 13:4:54

Cuyamaca Depot, 17:4:32

Cuyamaca Grant: area of, 13:1:35; illustration of, 17:1:5; poem by Semper Paratus, 17:1:9-10; resolutions, 17:1:4

Cuyamaca Lake, 15:2:13

“Cuyamaca Land Grant Trial,” by Richard C. Martin, 17:1:3-13

Cuyamaca Mountains, 17:2:14

Cuyamaca Peak, 2:3:31

Cuyamaca Railroad, 15:2:6

Cuyamaca Ranch, 3:2:18-22; 9:4:44

Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, 2:3:30,31; 17:1:3

Cuyamaca Reservoir, 2:4:50

Cuyamaca Station, 7:1:1-13

Cuyamaca Valley, 13:1:40-41

Cyane. See U.S.S. Cyane

Cybell, 2:2:26; 17:4:31

D

Dadd, Ernest, 20:3:27

Daily News, 9:2:26

Daily San Diego Union, 20:3:61

Daley, Thomas, 15:1:8

Dalton, R. H., 6:2:70

Daly, Marcus, 20:4:34 Damrosch, Walter, 20:3:19

Dana, Richard Henry: account of John Stewart, 15:1:36; describes Pt. Loma, 4:3:29; mentioned, V:1:7; 6:1:10-11; 17:2:10; 19:2:38; 20:2:30

Dana, William Goodwin, 20:2:31

“Daniel Cleveland: San Diego Patron,” 11:1:33-38

Daniel Webster (steamer), 16:2:35

Daniell, John, 20:4:32

Daniels, Josephus, 20:4:5

Daniels, Capt. M. J., 19:1:14,15

Daniels, Roger: book by, review, 19:1:49-50; book co-edited by, review, 19:2:47; mentioned, 18:1:9; review by, 18:4:49

Dannals, George N., 19:4:37

Dare, D. D., 15:2:24-25; 16:3:8

Darnall, Lee, 17:1:16

Darnall, Thomas Rylan: letters of, 17:1:17-19; photograph(s), 17:1:15

Darnall, William T. and Phoebe, 17:1:14

Darst, Annie B., 17:4:11,l4

Darwin’s Origin of Species: mentioned, 17:3:14

Daschbach, Capt., 20:4:11

David C. Broderick: A Political Portrait, by David A. Williams: review, 17:3:26-27

David, Danie1 C., 20:3:41

Davidson, Aubrey, 11:3:46

Davidson, George, 1:4:43

Davidson, John: mentioned, 5:4:57; 6:1:8; 8:4:57; 19:4:37; 20:3:26,29:photograph(s), 12:4:9,12

Davidson, Lt. John, 2:3:42

Davidson, Winifred: article by, 4:1:1-4; 4:4:45-48; 5:4:57-60; 1:4:48-49; mentioned, 2:2:25; 19:4:32; 19:2:11; quoted, 5:4:68; tribute to, 10:2:23; photograph(s), 10:2:23

Davie, Michael: book by, review, 19:3:40-41

Davis, Edward, 15:2:12; 2:3:32

Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E., 15:2:10

Davis, George, 2:2:24

Davis, Owen, 10:2:26

Davis, William B., 4:4:54

Davis, Mrs. W. B., 5:3:50

Davis, William Heath: Andrew B. Gray and, 1:2:15; buys early lots in San Diego, 2:2:26; claim for damages to wharf, 1:2:18; “Davis’ Folly,” 2:4:54; 14:4:35,36; founder of New Town, 17:4:31,36; interview in San Diego Daily Sun, 3:2:16-20; invested in Old San Diego, 27:2:6,17; mentioned, 2:4:54; 5:1:12; 7:2:20; 8:4:48; 13:2:7,8; 13:4:40; 19:2:10; 20:3:46; 19:2:48; New Town and, 6:1:20-21; New San Diego Hotel, 17:4:31; portrait, 13:2:cover; 13:2:18; 13:4:42

Davis House: article about, 17:4:31-38; photograph(s), 13:2:20; series of photograph(s), 17:4:32-35

“The Davis House: New San Diego’s Oldest and Most Historic Building,” by Elizabeth MacPhail, 17:4:31-37

Davis’ New Town Addition, 17:4:31

Dawson, Glen, 18:1:10

Dawson, Jack: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Day, Sherman, 17:1:6

Day, Thomas, 2:2:16

Day of the Dead (Spanish Observance), 5:4:57

“The Day of the Dismal Picnic,” by Edgar Klauber, 3:1:12

Dead Horse Canyon, 9:3:30

Dead Mans Point, 14:3:9. See also Punta de los Muertos

Dean, William: 18:3:15,20; photograph(s), 18:3:15

Death Valley, 17:3:1

De Blois & Co., 3:3:40

Debonair Dan, 2:4:48

Decatur, J. G., 20:4:17

Decatur, Mrs. J. G., 6:4:98

Decorme, Gerardo, 18:1:10

Deering, Tam, 19:4:17,18

Deever, Miss (teacher), 15:1:8

DeJarnett, Rev., L.A., 20:2:15

DeKirby, Ivor: photograph(s), 11:4:8

DeLange, Prof. Daniel, 20:3:17

Delano, Sarah (Sally), 19:2:2,12

Delmonico Restaurant (San Diego): 2:4:45, 47; facsimile menu, 2:4:47

Del Portillo, Alvaro, 18:l:12

Del Rio, Cervantes: 18:1:12; photograph(s), 18:1:11

Del Rio chavez, Ignacio A.: article by, 18:4:l-13

Delta Mercantile Co.: 5:3:44

Democratic Party (San Diego), 11:3:30-31; 20:2:38-42

Dempster, Harold W. and Beatrice, 14:4:37

De Nevi, Donald; book comp. by, noted, 18:3:34

Dennick, William H., 20:4:17

Dentler, Mrs. (hospital), 15:1:5; 17:4:33

Denver, St. Clair, 17:1:8,10

The Depression, 18:2:8,11; 18:3:12

Derby, Lt. George H.: dueling hoax, 9:2:24,25; engineer, 5:1:16; humorist, 5:1:16; mentioned, 3:1:8,9; 5:1:23; 6:1:22; 6:2:53,54; 8:4:54; 9:2:24,25; 13:2:26; 13:4:42; 15:1:6,7; 14:3:18,23; 17:2:17; 20:3:56,57; Phoenixiana, 9:2:24; publicizes low quality of San Diego hotels, 2:2:24; U.S. Corps of Topographical Engineers, 2:4:52; photograph(s), 13:2:40; 13:4:45; 13:4:45

Derby Dike: mentioned, 5:1:16; 14:3:18; 17:2:17; photograph(s), 1914, 17:2:18

Derrick, Eunice, 9:4:46,48

A Description of the Kingdom of New Spain, by Pedro Alonso O’Crouley, translated and edited by Sean Galvin: review, 19:2:49

Desert Land Act of 1877, 17:3:4

Desert Land Law, 19:1:16

Detrick, Mr. and Mrs. W. L., 15:2:10

“Developing San Diego’s Desert Empire,” by William 0. Hendricks, 17:3:1-11

Devils High Road, 4:3:33

Dewey, Admiral George, 5:2:40

DeWitt, Charles W., 20:4:16

DeWitt, John L., 18:1:3,4,7

De Wolf, Charles, 4:1:11; 17:4:35,36,37; 13:2:38

De Wolf, Eliza A. Hurd (Mrs. Charles), 17:4:35-37

Deyo, George, 17:4:36,37;

Diamond Carriage Co. (San Diego), 20:2:11

Diamond Carriage & Livery Co., 8:1:8

Diamond Tally-Ho (Concord Stage at Serra Museum): photograph(s), 8:1:8-9,10,11,12

Diary of a San Diego Girl – 1856, by Victoria Jacobs, edited by Sylvia Arden, review, 20:3:71-72

Diaz del Castillo, Bernal, 11:1:2,4; 19:3:3,4,7

Diaz, Melchor, 18:2:1

Diaz, Porfirio: mentioned, 19:1:27; 19:3:15; 18:3:1-5; photograph(s), 18:3:2

Dickason, Alice Edith, 17:3:6

Dickinson, William Green: photograph(s), 8:3:43

Digueno Indians: homes of, illustration, 6:1:3; image mask, female, illustration, 13:4:8; northern, 9:4:52-55; place names in San Diego area, 2:3:29; symbolism and rituals of, 13:4:7; 18:2:1,5,6; shaman, illustration, 13:4:9; village of, sketch, 13:4:6

“Dietary Deficiency Diseases in the Period of Discovery,” by Lawrence D. Townsend, M.D., 10:4:45-48

Dillon, Richard H.: book by, review, 19:4:60-61

Dime Novels: mentioned, 5:3:55

The Diplomacy of Annexation, Texas, Oregon, and the Mexican War, by David M. Pletcher: noted, 20:1:54

Directory, San Diego City & County, 2:4:48-51

“The Discovery of Alta California: Joao Rodrigues Cabrilho or Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo?,” by W. Michael Mathes, 19:3:1-8

“The Discovery and Earliest Explorations of the Gulf of California,” by James R.

Moriarty, 11:1:1-19

Disefio of Cuyamaca grant: illustration, 17:1:5. See also Cuyamaca Disperto, Juan, 4:1:7

Dispossessing the American Indian: Indians and Whites on the Colonial Frontier, by Wilbur Jacobs: review, 19:1:46

Dixie Overland Highway Association, 17:2:36

Dixon, Ben F.: article edited by, 10:3:40-42; mentioned, 19:2:17; nt. on “Too Late,” 16:2:2

“Docks,” painting by Alfred Mitchell, 19:4:44

“Documents of San Diego History: A Unique Case – Temecula Indians vs. Holman and Seaman,” by Florence Shipek, 15:2:26-32

Documents of Southwestern History: A Guide to the Manuscript Collections qfthe Arizona Historical Society, comp. by Charles C. Colley: noted, 19:1:51

Doddridge, Jack: illustration, 7:1:8

Dodge, Jack, 20:4:39,40,42

Dodge, R. V.: article co-authored by, 2:1:1-3; mentioned, 19:2:32

Dodge House of Los Angeles, 17:4:16

Dodson, N. H. (home), 15:1:6

Dogs in Presidio Park: photograph(s), 15:3:30

Dog Tax Receipt of 1891 (San Diego): facsimile 13:3:40. See also Bum Dolbeer and Carson Lumber Co., 12:1:8

Dolphin, 9:3:34-36,41

Dominguez, Juan Jos6, 19:1:7; 15:1:30

Dominguez, Maria Victoria (Estudillo), 15:1:29-31

Dominicans: in Baja California, 19:3:15

Donahue, James M., 5:2:40

“Dona Josefa,” by Idwal Jones: mentioned, 19:2:11

Dona Marina, 19:2:36

Donley, Eugene, 4:4:49; 11:2:36

Donley, Ward T.: article by, 3:2:21-42; photograph(s), 13:2:21

The Donner Party, by George Keithley: review, 19:4:61

Donohoe, Mr., 10:3:36,37

“Don Pedro’s Cattle Range,” by Irene Phillips, 2:3:38-40

Don Pio, Pico’s Historical Narrative, translated, by Arthur Botello, edited with introduction by Martin Cole and Henry Welcome: review, 20:1:47

Door of Hope (San Diego), 20:2:16

Doors & Door Hardware: illustration, 1:2:25

Dougherty, William, 18:3:15

Douglas, R. A., 1:4:51,52

Douglass, Frederick, 20:2:30

Downing, Lewis, 8:1:1,2

Doxie, Msgnr. Donald, 14:4:25,32

Doyle, Arthur L., 7:1:12

Doyle, James, 15:1:10,12

Doyle, John T.: article by, 11:2:1-15

Doyle, R. E.: home of, 15:1:6; inventory of Bandini’s belongings, 17:2:12; mentioned, 15:2:16; 19:4:36

Dragoons, 20:3:51

Drake, Sir Francis: drwng. of, 13:4:11; in Pacific, 6:1:4; mentioned, 13:4:10; 18:2:2; 19:3:4

Drake’s Bay (San Francisco), 18:2:2,4; 20:4:31,32

The Drawings of Ignacio Tirsch, A Jesuit Missionary in Baja California, narrative by Doyce B. Nunis, translated by Elsbeth Schulz-Bischof: review, 18:4:39

“Dream of Glory” (William Heath Davis), 3:2:16-20

Drew, Rex: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Driese, Don: article by, 2:2:18-21; 5:2:37-39; 7:2:26-27

Drought (1862-1898), 11:1:21-22

Drugs (listed in old San Diego City Directory), 2:4:51

Drumm, Col., 7:2:28-29

Drummond, William, 17:1:6,9,12

Druskin, Samuel, 19:4:38,39

Dry Goods of 1890’s, 6:3:77-80

Dryden, Judge William, 17:2:11

Dudley, James, 1:4:47; VIA:98

Dudley, Robert, 20:4:32

Duels: hoax, 9:2:24-25; political, 7:2:23

Dufault, David F.: review by, 18:4:47-49; 20:4:48-51

Duhaut-Cilly, Capt. Auguste: describes Old Town, 4:1:11; describes Pt. Loma, 1:3:31; mentioned, 15:1:28-29; 12:3:9

Dulzura Conduit, 19:1:22

Dulzura Inn, 18:1:23

Dumke, Glenn, 18:4:20

“Dummy” (Railroad engine): illustration, 2:1:5

Duncan, Douglas, 2:1:10 Dunham, C., 4:3:38

Dunne, Peter Masten, 18:1:10; 19:1:3

Dunnells, Capt. S. S.: mentioned, 2:2:26-27; 13:2:30; 17:4:31; 18:4:32; photograph(s), 13:2:30

Dunnells, Mrs., 18:4:33

Dunnells Hotel, 2:2:26

Dupont, Capt. Samuel: Cyane and, 1:1:2; in Mexican War, 6:1:16; mentioned, 13:4:30, 31; 17:2:17; photograph(s), 13:4:31

Duran, Fr., 7:3:33 Durand, Jean Baptiste, 16:4:5

Durrenberger, Robert W.: book by, review, 18:4:44-45

Dutch Annie, 20:2:11 Dutch Flats (Pt. Loma), 4:1:2

Dutton, David: book edited by: md., 20:1:S4

Duveneck, Frank, 16:4:3 Dyar (Green Valley House) 3:2:18 Dye, Capt. James, 3:2:22

Dye, Lee, collaborator of book: review, 18:3:30

Dyke, Bill: article by, 2:3:33-37

E

Eagle’s Peak, 15:2:9

Eakins, Susan, 19:4:46 Eakins, Thomas, 19:4:46

Earl School, 6:3:86

Earlson, Dick, 20:4:42-43

Early Days in Escondido, by Frances Beven Ryan: review, 17:4:48-49

“Early Days in San Diego: The Memoirs of Agusta Barrett Sherman,” edited by Elizabeth C. MacPhail, 18:4:28-34

“Early Days of the Public Library,” by Herbert C. Hensley, 4:3:37-39

“An Early San Diego Physician: David Hoffman,” by Clifford L. Graves, M.D., 10:3:35-39

“Early Women Jurors in San Diego,” by Leland Stanford, 11:2:16-27

Earp, Wyatt: boxing referee, 4:4:54; listed in San Diego Directory, 3:1:3; mentioned, 20:2:4; visited Escondido, 9:3:32

Earthquakes (California): in 1889, 10:4:49,52, in 1899, 5:2:32; in 1906, San Francisco, 9:1:7

Earthquakes, Simioda, Japan (1854), 10:4:49,52

East San Diego City Hall, 20:2:20

Eastin, Nacy J., 11:2:20,21

Eastland, Thomas B., 19:4:28

Eaton, Kenneth E., 20:4:16

Echeandia, Jose Maria: Gov. of Calif., 6:l:10,12,13; makes San Diego capital, 5:1:7; mentioned, IVA:46; 5:1:14; 7:3:31; 12:3:5,11,12,13,15,16,17,19,20,21; 12:4:33,35; 13:4:20,24,25,26; 14:4:11; 15:1:28; 15:4:13; 19:2:4-5,6,12; political chief, 13:1:36,38

Echols, Mr., 15:1:7,15 Eclipse, 14:2:7

Eddy, Asher R., 20:3:48

Edison, Thomas, 12:1:10

Edwards, Fred L., 20:1:22

Edwards, Rufus, 18:3:4

Edwoods, Al, 11:2:36

Eff, Michael, 20:4:12

Egan, Ferol: book by, noted, 18:3:35

“Ekva Temeko,” 18:3:6

El Camino de San Diego (1772), 3:2:18

El Camino Real: map, 13:4:19; mentioned, 14:3:27

El Campo Santo: mentioned, 5:1:11; 15:1:5; 14:3:13; San Diego families buried in, 5:1:11

El Cajon: crops grown in, 8:4:48; 50th Anniversary, 8:4:45, 46-48; mentioned, 19:4:8; origins of, 8:4:46; photograph(s), 1898, 8:4:45

El Cajon Boulevard, 20:2:20

El Cajon & Lakeside Stage: photograph(s), 1888, 8:1:5

El Cajon Peak: illustration, 2:3:31; mentioned, 2:3:31

El Cajon Raisin Co., 15:2:5 El Cajon Valley, 15:2:5; 18:4:26,37

El Cajon Valley News, 8:4:46

El Capitan (Cannon), 5:1:9,12; 13:1:23; 14:3:12,13; 15:2:4,9,13,14

El Capitan Dam: mentioned, 2:3:30; 17:2:21; 20:3:62; photograph(s), 20:3:63

El Carmel Point, 20:4:16

El Centro: mentioned, 18:1:22,23; pliot., 1910, 16:2:26

El Centro Chamber of Commerce, 19:4:20, 21

El Centro Stage Line (automobile): photograph(s), 18:1:20-23

“El Cid” (statue), 17:4:28

“El Desembareadero,” 5:1:9

The El Dorado Trail.- The Story of the Gold Rush Routes Across Mexico, by Ferol Egan: noted, 18:3:35

El Escondido (Cable car), 15:2:21-22 “El Trojo” (“The Granary”), 18:3:7

Elder, George M., 8:4:56 Elder, Mildred, 20:4:16

Eldridge, 0. M., 17:2:36 Electric Cars, 7:1:6-7

Electric (Wilde) Fountain (Horton Plaza), 17:4:12

Electric Motor: illustration, 18:2:11

Electric Plant (1886), 2:3:34

Electric Rapid Transit Street Car Co., 2:3:36

Electricity: in San Diego, early, 2:4:50

Elite Studio, 2:1:12

El Jupiter (cannon): mentioned, 5:1:5,12; 14:3:7,13; 15:3:21; photograph(s), 7:2:24

Elks Lodge (1894), 7:1:1-13 Elkins, Bill, 17:1:15

Ellis, Richard N.: review by, 20:4:54-55

Ellsberg, Helen: book by, review, 18:4:42; review by, 18:3:30-31

Elms, Earl, 20:4:16 Elsasser, Albert B.: book co-edited by: noted, 19:4:64

El Vado. (The Ford), 5:1:25; 14:3:25

Ely, James L., 18:1:4

Emergency Relief Acts of 1939 & 1940, 18:3:20

Emery, Charles, 4:2:20

The Emigrants’ Guide to California, by Joseph E. Ware, notes and introduction by John Caughey: noted, 19:4:64

Emigrant Road, 3:2:1,5 Emigrant’s Road, 18:3:7 Emmet House, 15:1:5

Emory, William H.: chronicle of Battle of San Pasqual, 10:3:30,31,32; describes San Diego, 4:3:30; mentioned, 1:3:31; 11:2:31; 15:1:10; 19:2:19,20,28,29

Encina Station, 2:3:37 Encomienda, 19:3:1

Encyclopedia of American Shipwrecks, by Bruce D. Berman: review, 20:1:44-45

Engel, Herman, 1:4:50 Engel, Norma: article by, 6:4:91-93

Engelhardt, Fr. Zephyrin, O.F.M.: book by, noted, 19:1:50-51; mentioned, 18:1:10

Engines. See Railroads Engleborn, Bruce K., 20:4:16

Engstrand, Iris Wilson: article co-authiored by, 20:1:1-14; review by, 19:2:49; 20:1:47. See also Wilson, Iris Higbie

Enneking, William C.: article by, 2:1:5-8; mentioned, 2:1:4; 15:2:21

Ensenada, 18:1:15; 18:2:1,4 Ensign Ranch, 19:4:16 Ensworth, Augustus S., 6:2:60,61 Episcopal Church (San Diego), 3:1:8 Epstein, Henry, 5:3:44 Eschrich, Carlos, 3:2:18

Escondido: history of, 9:3:31,32; first settlement, 9:3:30; founding and development of, 9:3:30,31; incorporation as a city, 9:3:32; Indian heritage of, 9:3:29-30; origin of name, 9:3:30; photograph(s), 1905, 9:3:31; photograph(s), 9:3:29; products and industries, 9:3:32-33; Rincon del Diablo, 9:3:30

Escondido Advocate, 20:2:41

Escondido Co., 11:3:30

Escondido gold mine, 5:2:40

Escondido Hotel, 9:3:30,31

Escondido Irrigation District, 9:3:32

Escondido Land & Town Co., 9:3:30,31

Escondido Lumber Hay & Grain Co., 9:3:32

Escondido Reservoir. See Lake Wohlford

Escondido Stage: photograph(s), 3:3:31

“The Escondido Story,” by Margie L. Whetstone, 9:3:29-33

Escondido Valley. See Escondido: Rincon del Diablo

Escuela Normal (Baja Calif.), 18:1:12

Espinosa, jose, 4:1:11; 18:1:14 Espinosa, Raphael, 18:1:14

Essays and Assays: California History Reappraised, edited by George Knoles: review, 20:2:54-55

Estes, Donald H.: review by, 19:1:49-50

Estudillo, Antonia, 14:4:35

Estudillo, Dolores (Bandini), 17:2:11-12

Estudillo, Elena, 14:4:35

Estudillo, Felicita Machado, 15:1:34

Estudillo, Francisco, 20:1:32

Estudillo, Jose Antonio: accomodates passengers off wrecked ship Golden Gate, 4:1:2; biog. sketch, 15:1:28-31; 17:3:ii; head of Estudillo family, 5:1:4; mentioned, 7:3:33; 12:3:13,17,31; 12:4:19,24,26,27,28,37; 13:1:38; 14:3:6-7; 15:1:6; 20:3:41; San Diego Justice of the Peace, 17:1:4

Estudillo, Jose Guadalupe, 5:1:4

Estudillo, Jose Maria, 15:1:28-31; 2:4:52

Estudillo, Magdalena (Casa de), 15:1:6

Estudillo, Maria, XIVA:35; 17:2:16; 15:1:25

Estudillo, Maria Victoria Dominguez, 15:1:29-31

Estudillo, Miguel, 14:4:35

Estudillo, Ysabel, 14:4:3S

“The Estudillo Family,” by Sister Catherine McShane, Ph.D., 15:1:28-31

Estudillo Family, 15:4:59

Estudillo House, 14:4:7; 15:1:31. See also Casa de Estudillo

Eucalyptus cabin (1902): photograph(s), 16:4:14

Eucalyptus grove (1902): photograph(s), 16:4:13

Eucalyptus Timber Co., 16:4:13

Eucalyptus Trees: history of in San Diego County, 16:4:11-19; illustration, 16:4:cover, 16:4:13; mentioned, 17:3:21; photograph(s), 1880’s, 8:3:33; railroads, 16:4:14,15; shipbuilding, 16:4:11

The Evangel, 20:2:24

Evans, Admiral Bob, 11:3:47

Evans, Johnny, 6:3:77

Evans, William, 20:2:52

Evans, Williani Edward: article by, 13:3:3642; photograph(s), 13:3:36

Evening Republican, 7:4:50

Excavations. See Presidio of San Diego Excavations

Excelsior, 9:2:l 7

Excelsior Rowing and Swimming Club, 6:4:94-97

Exchange Hotel: construction of, 8:4:54-55; history of, 8:4:54-57; mentioned, 2:2:24; 5:1:22; 9:2:24; 14:3:23; 15:1:7-8. See also Franklin House

“The Exchange Hotel,” by Orion Zink, 8:4:54-57

Executive Order 9066: The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans, by Maisie and Richard Conrat: review, 18:4:49

Exports (1955), 6:1:34

Export Agent: photograph(s), 13:4:71

Exposition of 1915, 1916 & 1935. See California Pacific International Exposition (1935), Panama-California Exposition (1915), and Panama-California International Exposition (1916)

Ezell, Dr. Paul: article by, 14:2:28-30; 16:4:20-24; book note by, 18:2:21; mentioned, 14:2:28,29; 14:4:5,22,23,25,31,32; 15:3:21; 17:4:51; 18:3:22; 19:4:51; photograph(s), 12:4:10; 14:2:29; 14:4:31

Ezquer, Ignacio, 7:3:32

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F Street Wharf (San Diego): 1912, photograph(s), 20:2:26

Fabert, Wayne, 17:4:32,36

Factories in the Fields: The Story of Migratory Farm Labor in California, by Carey McWilliams: review, 18:4:45-46

“Factors of Nationality in Frontier Mobility in San Diego County,” by Martha M. White, 20:2:44-53

Facts ofScience (sold by Benjamin Judkins), 5:2:35

Fages, Don Pedro: Cuyamacas and, 2:3:29, 30; Dieguenos and, 6:1:3; letter from Bucareli y UrsUa to, 13:3:16; letter to Fr. Serra, 13:3:18; facsimile of letter to Fr. Serra, 13:3:17; mentioned, 3:2:22,24; 13:3:9,15, 16,18,20,21; 17:2:15; 19:1:5,7; 19:2:35; Spanish Gov. of Calif., 13:4:8

Fairs. See Panama-California Exposition (l915), Panama-California International Exposition (1916), and California Pacific International Exposition (1935)

Fairbank, R. L., 18:1:2

Fairbrother, Ken L., 20:4:21

Faivre, Joseph, 5:2:40

False Bay, 13:1:41; 17:2:15,16. See also Mission Bay

Fannon, Frantz, 18:4:20

Fatewell to Colonel Cody,” by Bill Virden, 6:3:81-84

Farewell to Manzanar, by Jeanne Houston and James D. Houston: review, 20:4:48-51

Farnham, Ammi Merchant, 16:4:3; 19:4:43

Farnham, Eliza B.: book by, review, 20:1:43-44

Farnum, Martha, 18:2:9,10

Farwell, Charley, 2:4:43

“Father O’Keefe: Rebuilder of Mission San Luis Rey,” by Rev. Valentine Healy, 11:3:15-25

“Father Serra and the Soldiers,” by James Robert Moriarty, 13:3:7-25

Faulk, Odie B.: book co-authored by, review, 19:2:45-46; book co-edited by, noted, 20:1:53

Faulkner, E. E., 16:4:15

Fay, Herbert R., 16:1:14

Fearney, Charles, 19:4:18

Fearney, Henry, 19:4:18

Fearney’s Well, 19:4:18

Federal Aid Act of 1916, 17:2:36

Federal Arts Projects, 18:3:12,19. See also Federal Theatre Projects and Federal Music Projects

Federal Bureau of Investigation: mentioned, 18:1:4,8,9; San Diego Office of, 18:1:2

Federal Communications Commission, 18:1:4

Federal Highway Act of 1921, 17:2:36

Federal Music Project, 18:2:13; 18:3:12-21

Federal Philharmonic Orchestra (San Diego), 18:3:15

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 18:1:7

Federal Theatre Project, 18:3:14,16,20

Fein, Albert: book by, review, 19:3:44-45

Felicita Pagent, 9:3:29

Flamstead Street, 7:1:1 – 13 passim Fleas: problems in hotels, 2:2:24

Fleming, Guy L.: mentioned, 19:4:16,18,19,20, 23; photograph(s), 19:4:19

Fletcher, Austin, 17:2:30-31 Fletcher, Charles, 19:4:34; 20:3:54

Fletcher, Edward: armory dedication speech, 9:2:20; article by, 15:2:3-14; biog. sketch, 15:2:3; local San Diego realtor, 17:2:30-35; mentioned, 4:2:27; 19:1:19,20; 19:2:32; 19:4:23; 20:3:68; officer of San Diego Naval Militia, 9:2:17; “Pathfinder” and, photograph(s), 17:2:33; photograph(s), 17:2:33; plank road and, 16:2:27,28, 29; photograph(s), 16:2:29; water rights document of San Diego, 10:3:42

Fletcher, Mrs. Edward, 20:1:20 Fleury, Claude, 19:4:36 Flinn, William, 2:2:25 F oating Society of San Diego, 20:2:24 Flood, James, 7:3:34 Flood of 1884, 10:1:10 Flood of 1889, 7:1:1-13 passim

Flood of 1916: damage to bridge in Old Town, photograph(s), 16:1:18; damage to city streets, photograph(s), 16:1:20; damage to roads, 4:2:18,27; mentioned, 1:3:32; 16:1:17,18-22; 17:2:20; San Diego street, photograph(s), 16:1:20; Santa Fe & San Diego Railroad, 16:1:17; photograph(s), 6:1:33. See also Hatfield, Charles

Florence Hotel, 2:4:43; 5:3:44; 7:4:49

Flores Gen., 10:3:33

Flores, Jorge, 18:1:10; 20:4:29

Flores, Jose Maria, 19:4:3-5 passim, 10

Flores Magon, Enrique, 19:1:27

Flores Magon, Ricardo, 19:1:27; 18:3:1-2,4

Flume, Cuyamaca to San Diego, 4:2:21 “Flume Walkers,” 4:2:21 Flying School (North Island), 1:3:3 Folkman, David I., Jr.: book by, noted, 19:1:51 Foltz, Clara, II1:4:52 Font, Fr. Pedro, 13:4:8 Forbes, Alexander: book by, noted, 20:1:53 Forbes, Charles, 17:2:10

Forbes, James Alexander, 11:1:39-40; 17:2:5,10

Foreigners; in early San Diego, 2:4:46

“Foreigners in Southern California During the Mexican Period,” by Elizabeth Rhoades: mentioned, 19:2:11

Forster, Don Juan (John), 7:3:34; 10:1:3,4; 20:3:37,41

Forster, J. H., 19:3:28

Forsyth, John, 19:1:36

Fort Dupont, 5:1:4; 20:3:45

Fort Guijarros, 5:1:5,12; 5:4:61; 6:1:8; 13:4:19,27; 14:3:13. See also Fort Rosecrans

Fort Pio Pico, 5:4:65

Fort Rosecrans: impending hostilities with Spain, 1898, 1:2:22; mentioned, 5:1:6; 14:3:11; 19:1:27; photograph(s), ca. 1911, 5:4:62; Quarantine Station, 5:1:7; San Diego Barracks, 1:2:22; San Diego Historical Landmark, 5:1:8; use as defense site, 5:4:61-67

“Fort Rosecrans, California,” by George Ruhlen, 4:4:60-68

Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, 5:1:5; 5:4:66; 14:3:8

Fort Rosecrans Reserve, 20:3:45,64

Fort Stockton, 5:1:4,12; 8:2-.22,28; 14:3:7; illustration, 14:3:10; 20:3:45

Fort Yuma: illustration, 20:3:46; mentioned, 18:1:20; 18:4:33; 20:3:45-49; on mail route, 15:2:18,19; Stage Schedule, 1869, facsimile of, 8:1:2. See also Yuma, Arizona

Fort Yuma Turnpike Co. Q 870), 1:3:39

Fortescue, J.: biog. sketch, 14:2:18-23

TheFor-tunal 20:3:29

“Forty-Niner’s Independence Day,” by John B. Goodman, 1:3:29-31

Forward, Frank, Sr.: photograph(s), 13:4:57

Forward, John F., Jr., 11:3:46; 19:1:26,32; 19:4:17,33,38

Forward, Walter, 11:2:38

Foss Ranch, 4:2:22

Foster (California), 20:3:62,64

Foster, Joe, 4:2:20; 8:1:4; 15:2:6; 18:1:20

Foundlings on the Frontier: Racial and Religious Conflict in Arizona Territory, 1904-1905, by A. Blake Brophy: noted, 19:2:51

Fourth Infantry Regiment of the California Volunteers, 18:4:23

Fourth of July in San Diego: in 1849, 1:3:29-31; in 1869, 11:1:34; in 1873, 3:2:2526; mentioned, 6:3:87-88

“Fourth of July on the Bay,” by Manuel Madruga, 6:3:87-88

Fox, C. J., 17:3:6

Fox, Charlie, 20:1:34

Fox, Frederick E., 20:1:32

Fox, Samuel I., 19:4:37-38

Fox Building: photograph(s), 17:4:27. See also Samuel I. Fox Building

Francesco, Capitan de Cullamac (Francisco Chief of the Cuyamaca), 2:3:29-32

Franciscan Coat of Arms: illustration, 13:4:12

Franciscan Missionaries in Hispanic California, 1769-1848. A Biographical Dictionary, by Maynard Geiger, O.F.M.: review, 18:1:24

Franciscans: found San Diego Mission, 5:1:15; in Alta California, 19:1:3-6 passim; in Baja California, 18:2:7; 18:4:5; 19:3:15; in San Diego, 1:1:3; mentioned, 20:1:27; take over missionary activity, 11:2:3-14; 15:4:4,5,9

Flamstead Street, 7:1:1-13passim

Fleas: problems in hotels, 2:2:24

Fleming, Guy L.: mentioned, 19:4:16,18,19,20, 23; photograph(s), 19:4:19

Fletcher, Austin, 17:2:30-31

Fletcher, Charles, 19:4:34; 20:3:54

Fletcher, Edward: armory dedication speech, 9:2:20; article by, 15:2:3-14; biog. sketch, 15:2:3; local San Diego realtor, 17:2:30-35; mentioned, 4:2:27; 19:1:19,20; 19:2:32; 19:4:23; 20:3:68; officer of San Diego Naval Militia, 9:2:17; “Pathfinder” and, photograph(s), 17:2:33; photograph(s), 17:2:33; plank road and, 16:2:27,28, 29; photograph(s), 16:2:29; water rights document of San Diego, 10:3:42

Fletcher, Mrs. Edward, 20:1:20 Fleury, Claude, 19:4:36 Flinn, William, 2:2:25 Floating Society of San Diego, 20:2:24 Flood, James, 7:3:34 Flood of 1884, 10:1:10 Flood of 1889, 7:1:1 – 13 passim

Flood of 1916: damage to bridge in Old Town, photograph(s), 16:1:18; damage to city streets, photograph(s), 16:1:20; damage to roads, 4:2:18,27; mentioned, 1:3:32; 16:1:17,18-22; 17:2:20; San Diego street, photograph(s), 16:L:20; Santa Fe & San Diego Railroad, 16:1:17; photograph(s), 6:1:33. See also Hatfield, Charles

Florence Hotel, 2:4:43; 5:3:44; 7:4:49

Flores Gen., 10:3:33 Flores, Jorge, 18:1:10; 20:4:29

Flores, Jose Maria, 19:4:3-5 passim, 10 Flores

Magon, Enrique, 19:1:27

Flores Mag6n, Ricardo, 19:1:27; 18:3:1-2,4

Flume, Cuyamaca to San Diego, 4:2:21

“Flume Walkers,” 4:2:21 Flying School (North Island), 1:3:3

Folkman, David I., Jr.: book by, noted, 19:1:51

Foltz, Clara, 3:4:52

Font, Fr. Pedro, 13:4:8

Forbes, Alexander: book by, noted, 20:1:53

Forbes, Charles, 17:2:10

Forbes, James Alexander, 11:1:39-40; 17:2:5,10

Foreigners; in early San Diego, 2:4:46

“Foreigners in Southern California During the Mexican Period,” by Elizabeth Rhoades: mentioned, 19:2:11

Forster, Don Juan (John), 7:3:34; 10:1:3,4; 20:3:37,41

Forster, J. H., 19:3:28

Forsyth, John, 19:1:36

Fort Dupont, 5:1:4; 20:3:45

Fort Guijarros, 5:1:5,12; 5:4:61; 6:1:8; 13:4:19,27; 14:3:13. See also Fort Rosecrans

Fort Pio Pico, VA:65

Fort Rosecrans: impending hostilities with Spain, 1898, 1:2:22; mentioned, 5:1:6; 14:3:11; 19:1:27; photograph(s), ca. 1911, 5:4:62; Quarantine Station, 5:1:7; San Diego Barracks, 1:2:22; San Diego Historical Landmark, 5:1:8; use as defense site, VA:61-67

“Fort Rosecrans, California,” by George Ruhlen, 4:4:60-68

Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, 5:1:5; VA:66; 14:3:8

Fort Rosecrans Reserve, 20:3:45,64

Fort Stockton, 5:1:4,12; 8:2:22,28; 14:3:7; illustration, 14:3:10; 20:3:45

Fort Yuma: illustration, 20:3:46; mentioned, 18:1:20; 18:4:33; 20:3:45-49; on mail route, 15:2:18,19; Stage Schedule, 1869, fac. Of, 8:1:2. See also Yuma, Arizona

Fort Yuma Turnpike Co. (1870), 1:3:39

Fortescue, J.: biog. sketch, 14:2:18-23

The Fortuna, 20:3:29

“Forty-Niner’s Independence Day,” by John B. Goodman, 1:3:29-31

Forward, Frank, Sr.: photograph(s), 13:4:57

Forward, John F., Jr., 11:3:46; 19:1:26,32; 19:4:17,33,38

Forward, Walter, 11:2:38

Foss Ranch, 4:2:22

Foster (California), 20:3:62,64

Foster, Joe, 4:2:20; 8:1:4; 15:2:6; 18:1:20

Foundlings on the Frontier: Racial and Religious Conflict in Arizona Territory, 1904-1905, by A. Blake Brophy: noted, 19:2:51

Fourth Infantry Regiment of the California Volunteers, 18:4:23

Fourth of July in San Diego: in 1849, 1:3:29-31; in 1869, 11:1:34; in 1873, 3:2:25-26; mentioned, 6:3:87-88

“Fourth of July on the Bay,” by Manuel Madruga, 6:3:87-88

Fox, C. I., 17:3:6

Fox, Charlie, 20:1:34

Fox, Frederick E., 20:1:32

Fox, Samuel I., 19:4:37-38

Fox Building: photograph(s), 17:4:27. See also Samuel I. Fox Building

Francesco, Capitan de Cullamac (Francisco Chief of the Cuyamaca), 2:3:29-32

Franciscan Coat of Arms: illustration, 13:4:12

Franciscan Missionaries in Hispanic California, 1769-1848. A Biographical Dictionary, by Maynard Geiger, O.F.M.: review, 18:1:24

Franciscans: found San Diego Mission, 5:1:15; in Alta California, 19:1:3-6 passim; in Baja California, 18:2:7; 18:4:5; 19:3:15; in San Diego, 1:1:3; mentioned, 20:1:27; take over missionary activity, 11:2:3-14; 15:4:4,5,9

Francisco, Chief of the Cuyamaca, 2:3:29

Francisco Garcia Diego, California’s Transition Bishop, by Francis J. Weber: review, 19:2:43-45

Francis W. Parker School: founded, 17:4:22; photograph(s), of auditorium, ca. 1919-1920, 17:4:22

Franco de Boudet, Octavia, 20:3:12

“Frank Sessions’ Performing Steers,” by Earle W. Bowersock, 7:3:40-41

Franke, R. F., 1:4:47,54

Frankenstein, Alfred, 16:4:5

Franklin, Lewis, and Thomas Whaley, 6:2:48-52; merit., 20:3:54-57; opens Franklin House, 2:2:24,25; photograph(s), 20:3:54

Franklin, Maurice A., 2:2:25

Franklin, Mrs. Maurice A., 19:4:36

Franklin Brothers, 14:3:23; 5:1:22

Franklin Building, 8:4:56

Franklin Hotel (San Diego), 18:1:20

Franklin House: description of, 2:2:24-26; illustration of, 2:2:25; 20:3:55; merit., 5:1:23; 11:1:42; 16:2:22; 19:2:l6; photograph(s), 8:4:55

“The Franklin House,” by James Mills, 2:2:24-26

Frary, Frank, 8:1:4,7-8; 18:1:20

Frazer, Robert W.: article by, 20:3:44-52; review by, 20:2:58-59

Frazier & Bailey’s Apple Orchard, 13:1:26

Frederick Law Olmsted and the Ametican Environmental Tradition, by Albert Fein: review, 19:3:44-45

Freeman-Light House (San Diego House), 20:2:32

Freeman, James: brand of, photograph(s), 11:1:28

Free Reading Room (George Marston), 3:1:2

Freese, Elizabeth, 20:1:20

Fremont, John C.: Gov. of Arizona Territory, 17:3:3; merit., 1:1:2; 6:1:16,19; 10:3:31; 13:4:30; 15:1:24; 16:3:S; 19:2:29; 19:4:3,4,10; portrait, 13:4:30

Fremont’s California Battalion, 5:1:4,8

Friend, F. F., 17:2:22

Friend, James Edward, 3:4:53-54; photograph(s), 13:3:41

“A Friend Was For Sharing,” by William Edward Evans, 13:3:36-42 Fries, Charles: merit., 16:4:8; paintings by, 16:2:2cover; 16:4:7; 20:2:cover; photograph(s), 16:4:4; 19:4:43

Frisbey, Ellis, 11:2:36

Fritz, Herman, 2:4:45

“From Cuneiform to Magnetic Tape,” by Don Driese, 5:2:37-39

From Fingers to Finger Bowls, by Helen Walker Linsenmeyer: review, 19:3:41-42

The Frontier Challenge: Responses to the Trans-Mississippi West, edited by John G. Clark: noted, 18:4:51

Frontier Homes Housing Project, 19:4:35

Frontier Mobility in San Diego County: article about, 20:2:44-53

Front Street (San Diego): illustration, 6:1:17

Frost, Asron, 20:3:61-62 Frost, Albert, 1:3:37

Frost, A. H. (Mansion of), 17:4:4

Frye, Eldon: illustration by, 20:1:2

Frye, Garrett and Smith, 20:2:41

Fulton, Jack A., 20:4:l6

Furey, Bishop Francis J.: merit., 14:4:15,25,29,32; photograph(s), 11:4:3

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The Gables (Thomas Nesmith Home), 3:1:3

Gabrielson, Ed., 17:2:23 Gabrielson, W. A., 18:1:5

Gadsden Colonization Co., 19:l:35

The Gadsden Treaty, document concerning, 18:1:34

Gaffey, John’r., 15:l:27 Gali, Francisco de, 18:2:2

Galleon: illustration, 13:4:12. See also Manila Galleons

Galvez, Jose de: in Baja Calif, 18:4:1-13; Inspector General of Mexico, 6:l:6; mentioned, 13:3:20; 13:4:13; 18:1:l4; 19:l:2-3; 19:2:34; portrait, 18:4:iv; 13:3:10; scurvy and overland expedition, 10:4:47

Galvin, sean: book translated and edited by, review, 19:2:49

Gandara, Manuel Maria: 19:1:35

Garber, Daniel, 19:4:45

Garcia Cubas, 20:4:28

Garcia, Felipe Santiago, 3:3:37

Garcia, Ignacio, 17:2:11

Garcia, Jose, 10:4:54,55,56

Garcia, Juan Joseph: baptismal record, facsimile photograph(s), 3:3:36; first white child, 3:3:3637

Garcia, Mario T.: article by, 18:4:14-21; review by, 18:4:45-46

Garci-Ordonez de Montalbo, 11:1:2; 19:3:l6

Gardner, William M., 20:3:46

Galleta Flat, 4:2:l 5

Garra, Antonio: Chief of the Cupenos, 13:4:41; Indian leader, 6:2:52; Indian Revolt, 6:1:22; 11:3:38; merit., 15:1:33; 20:3:37

Garra Uprising, 15:1:37

Garretson, George: house of, 17:4:3

Gartner, Lloyd P.: book co-authored by, review, 18:3:29-30

Gartzmann, Pauline, 20:1:20

Gaskill, Luman H., 5:1:19, 14:3:20

Gaskill, Silas E., 5:1:19

Gaskins, Annabelle: photograph(s), 18:3:19

Gas Plant (San Diego Gas Co.) description of, 2:3:34-37; gas to San Diego, 2:3:37; illustration 2:3:37

Gassen, Adolf G., 9:2:15; 8:4:50; 20:4:41

Gastelum, Don Francisco, 17:2:4

Gates, Robert, 20:4:16,17

Gates, William, 20:3:27

Gatewood, Jeff (Home), 15:1:5

Gatewood, Col. William, 14:4:33,34,36

Gatling gun, brass mounted 10-barrell: photograph(s), 9:2:19

Gay, George S., 20:4:5

Gay, John H., 3:1:11; 17:2:30

Gay, John R., 15:2:5

Gebson, Clarence U., 20:4:16

Geiger, Maynard, O.F.M.: book by, review, 17:3:24-25; 18:1:24; book edited by, noted, 18:4:50; book translated and annotated by, noted, 19:4:63

Genieral Land Office, 19:4:22

General Rusk, 3:2:28

George Law, 3:1:6

George Washington Mine, 5:1:20; 14:3:21 George White Marston, A Family Chronicle: mentioned, 3:1:l

George’s Place Cafe, 2:4:44

German aliens, 18:1:4,5,7

Gershon, Dave, 20:l:24

Ghost Towns of the West, by William Carter: review, 18:3:32

Gibson, Frank: photograph(s), 11:4:8

Giddings, George H., 3:2:15,16; 15:2:16

Giebner, Robert C.: article by, 17:4:39-44; HABS project supervisor, 17:4:43

Gifthaller, Joseph, 20:1:30

Gila House, 15:1:5-6; 17:2:6

Gila River: junction with Colorado River, 1849, map, 19:3:27; mentioned, 19:3:22-30 passim

Gi1a Route: map, 17:1:24-2S; to San Diego, 17:1:22-28

Gila Trail. See Gila Route

Gill, Irving J: article by in The Craftsman, noted, 17:4:7,11,13; biog. sketch of, 17:4:117; building designed in 1908, 17:4:1 1; Canyon Houses, 1912, sketch of, 17:4:9; contemporary of William Johnson, 17:4:22-23; cottage of, 1908, sketch, 17:4:13; list of structures designed by, 17:4:1819; mentioned, 17:4:40; 20:4:43; rental house of, 1906, photograph(s), 17:4:l3; sketch of apartment complex, 17:4:iv

Gill, Louis, 17:4:15

Gill House: sketch of, 17:4:17

Gillespie, Archibald, 19:4:2-4 passim, 7, 8

Gilman Hall, 17:4:16

Gilmore, M. T., 20:1:21

Gird, Ricliard, 11:1:20,21,25,26,29

Gitchell, Joseph R., 15:1:1O; 17:2:12

Glaucus: 1904, 6:1:23; photograph(s), 6:1:23

Gleason, Matthew M., 19:4:23

Glidden, D. F., 20:2:l8

Gliders. See Montgomery, John J.

“The Glittering St. James Hotel,” by Norma Jane Pearson, 2:2:21-23

Glorietta Bay, 12:1:8; 20:4:11,12

Gochenauer, Dr. David, 3:4:52; 17:3:10

Goddard, Pliny E.: book by, noted, 18:2:21

Godey, Alexis, 5:1:13

Goff, Dr, H. N., 20:1:22, 24a

Gohres, Helen: article by, 9:1:12-13; 9:3:3441; 10:1:1-8; 10:4:49-53; 18:2:34

Gold, 13:1:2S

Gold Mines of California: An Illustrated History of the Most Productive Mines With Descriptions of the Interesting People Who Owned and Operated Them, by Jack Wagner: review 18:3:27-28

Gold Mining (Julian), 5:1:20

Gold Rush (California), 9:1:1-5

Gold Rush (Julian): adv. in Daily Alta California, 7:4:55

Gold seekers, 9:3:36-41

Gold and Silver in the West. The Illustrated History of the American Dream, by T. H. Watkins: review, 18:2:18-19

The Golden Canyon, by G. A. Henty: mentioned, 3:3:37

Golden Chariot Mine: mentioned, 9:4:44-46; photograph(s), 13:1:16,29

The Golden Era, 2:2:18,19-20

Golden Era: essays of Jesse Shepard, 16:3:8

Golden Gate (steamer), 3:1:6-8; 4:1:2

Golden Gate Park Band, 20:4:42

“Golden Hill.” See Julian

Golden Hill Chemical Engine (Fire engine): 1909, photograph(s), 6:1:27

Golden Hill Improvement Society, 17:4:3

Golden Lion Tavern, 2:4:45

Golden Mirages, by Philip A. Bailey: noted, 18:2:22

The Golden Road: The Story of California’s Spanish Mission Trail, by Felix Riesenberg, Jr.: noted, 18:3:35

Golden Sideboard (restaurant), 2:4:45

The Golden State’s Religious Pioneer, by Rev. Francis J. Weber: noted, 20:4:56

Goldman, Emma: 19:1:31-32; photograph(s), 19:1:31

Goldsmith, Claire: article by, 9:2:26-27

Goldstein, Mamie, 20:2:7

Goliah (steamer): mentioned, 5:2:33; photograph(s), 3:1:5

Gomez, Edwin, 6:2:48

Gomez, Fr. Francisco, 11:2:5

Gomez, Rafael, 12:3:13

Gomez, Rudolph: book edited by, noted, 20:4:56

Gonzales, Chief: photograph(s), 8:4:51

Gonzales, Jose Maria, 20:1:31,32

Gonzales, Robert: photograph(s), 11:4:23

Gonzales, Ysabel Grace (Barnett), 12:1:32

Gonzales Cabrera Bueno, jose, 18:2:7

“A Good Memory” (Dedication to Don M. Stewart), 13:3:5-6

Goodbody, Francis W., 9:2:17

Goodbody Mortuary, 17:4:8

Goodhue, Bertram, 17:4:16,22,25

Goodman, John B.: article by, 1:3:29-30

Goodrich, Virginia, 19:2:34 Goodwin (furniture salesman), 2:2:16

Goodwin, Clarissa Garland: novel by, discussed, 19:2:10; play by, discussed, 19:2:10

Goodwin, H. Marshall, Jr.: review by, 17:3:26-27

Good Roads Convention, 17:2:34

Gordon, Dudley: book by, review, 19:3:45-46

Gordon, James, 2:3:33

Gordon, Capt. J. A., 2:2:22-23

Gordon, S. S., 2:2:27

Gorman, Billy, 5:1:20; 14:3:21

Goulard da Coasta, Euclides, 19:3:6

Goularte, Frank, 6:3:87

Gould, Arthur, 20:1:20,23 Gould, Capt., 20:4:11

Government Dike, 17:2:21

Graham, Maj. Lawrence P., 20:1:2

Graham, Joseph E., 20:4:11

Gramms, Col. G. W., 2:3:38

Gramophone Jones, 2:4:48

Grand Caribe Isle, 20:4:17

The Grange, 18:1:7

Granger Building, 11:3:46

Granger, Ralph, 8:3:40-41; 17:4:16; 19:2:32

Granite Industry in San Diego County: article about, 20:3:61-66

Grant, Alfred S., 7:2:20

Grant, Capt., 1:2:18,19

Grant, Don, 7:4:52

Grant, John D., 19:2:2-3

Grant, U. S., Jr., 19:2:32; 19:1:19

Grant, Ulysses S., 10:2:16; 20:1:7

Grantville, 17:2:19 Granville, John, 3:3:31

Granville, John and Edward, 3:3:29-30

Grape Day (Escondido), 9:3:32

Grapes (Rancho Encinitas), 7:3:43

Graves, Clifford L., M.D.: article by, 14:2:1823; 10:3:35-39; letter to ed., 17:4:51

Gray, Andrew B.: Boundary Commission and, 19:3:19,20,28; mentioned, 1:2:15; 13:2:7; 13:4:39; 18:1:34; 20:3:46; New Town and, 6:1:20-21; photograph(s), 13:2:8

Gray, Anne: book by, md., 18:2:22

Gray, Gordon, 20:1:24

Greasy Spoon Restaurant (San Diego), 2:4:46,48

Great Overland Mail Route: map of, 13:4:44

The Great Southwest: The Story of a Land and Its People, by Elna Bakker and Richard G. Lillard: review, 19:2:48

Grable, S.C., 8:4:49

Grebe, 15:1:12

Greek Theatre (Pt. Loma): actors at, photograph(s), 12:2:20; article about, 12:2:17-25; collapsed stoa, photograph(s), 12:2:25; mentioned, 20:3:17; photograph(s), 1911, 12:2:18-19; photograph(s), 1915, 12:2:17; reception to vets. of G.A.R., photograph(s), 12:2:21; reconstruction, 1959; photograph(s), 12:2:25; site of, 1900, photograph(s), 12:2:22

Greene, Charles S.: sketch by, 13:4:37

Greenfield, Philip J.: review by, 20:2:58 The Greenlight (San Diego): mentioned, 20:2:7,9, 13; photograph(s), 20:2:8

Green Valley (Cuyamacas): 1870, map, 3:2:23

Green Valley Ranch, 3:2:18,20,21,22,24

Greenwood, Ned: photograph(s), 11:4:16

Greever, William S.: review by, 18:3:27-28

Gregg, Dr. R. J., 16:2:18

Gregory, Lillian D., 20:4:36 Grey, Leda: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Grey’s Wells, 16:2:30-31

Grierson, Gen. Benjamin Henry, 16:2:5

Grierson, Francis, 16:3:20. See also Shepard, Jesse

Griffin, Dr. John S., 7:2:17-22; 10:3:30-34 passim; 17:2:10

Griffith, John W., 9:3:34,36-41

Grijalva, Hernando de, 11:1:4,6

Grise, Charles Wesley: mentioned, 18:1:21-23; 20:3:68; photograph(s), 18:1:20

Grise, Lenora, 18:1:21

Grist Mill (Presidio Hill), 4:4:54

Grocer’s Picnic (Lakeside), 3:1:12

Grocery stocks (1899), 6:3:77-80

Grodzins, Morton: Americans Betrayed, mentioned, 18:1:7

Groot, Walter de, 9:2:16

Gross, William B., 17:2:35

Gruendike, Jacob, 12:1:4,5

Grull, David A.: book nt. by, 19:2:51

Guacamal, 18:2:1

Guadalupe Hidalgo, Treaty of 1848. See Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Guajome (Rancho): article about, 20:1:1-14. See also Rancho Guajome

Guanajuato, 18:4:6

“Guardian of the Waters,” sculpt. by Donal Hord: mentioned, 16:4:8

Guatay, 13:1:40

Guaymas, 18:4:11

Gudde, Erwin, 2:3:30

Guern, Ann: letter by, 4:1:10

Guerra, Jose de la, 19:1:5

Guerra Mansion: illustration, 11:3:6

Guest, Francis Florian, 19:1:5

Guide to Western Architecture, by John Gloag, 15:4:11

Guijarros, Punta de los. See Punta de los Guijarros and Ballast Point

Guillen, Ysidro, 12:4:37

Gulf of California, 11:1:1- 18

Gun Carriage (Kearny, 1846): illustration, 12:4:35

Gunn, Anna Lee, 3:1:2

Gunn, Douglas, 3:4:52, 9:2:15; 15:2:21; 20:4:41

Gunn, Lt. W. E.: mentioned, 9:2:18; photograph(s), 9:2:16

Gunther, George: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Gurega, Andrew, 10:2:22

Guthrie, A. B.: series of bks. edited by, noted, 18:3:35

Gutierrez, Major Francisco Lopez: photograph(s), 12:4:39

Gutierrez, Lt. Col. Nicolas, 12:4:19

Guzman, Nuno de, 11:1:2-5,9

H

Hackett, Samuel W., 18:1:21

Hadley, W. E., 3:4:52

Hafen, Leroy R.: series edited by, noted, 19:2:50

Haga, Susan Davis: article by, 15:2:21-25

Hager, Anna Marie: book edited by, review, 20:1:42

Hager, Anna Marie and Everett Gordon: article by, 7:4:49-51

Haines, Charles C., 20:1:22

Haines, Ens. Scott: photograph(s), 1914, 9:2:19

Hale, Bernet S., 20:1:20

Hale, Pat: photograph(s), 14:4:31

Hale, Philip, 20:4:45

Hale, Mrs. Sarah: photograph(s), 11:2:25

Half Moon Inn, 20:4:17

Hall, George: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Hall, Oakley J., 20:3:29

Hall, Warren F., 14:3:28

Hall, William P., Jr., 20:4:16

Halleck, Gen. Henry: mentioned, 5:1:8; 10:1:2,8; 14:3:1 1; portrait, 13:2:34

Haller, George 0., 7:2:18

Hamill, Samuel L.: article by, 16:3:3

Hamilton, Charles S., 13:2:32; 15:4:37

Hammond, Thomas C., 5:4:67; 19:4:9

Hanalei (steamer), I 10:1:10

Hand-Hewn Hardpan (Sorrento Grade): illustration, 10:1:9

Hanke, Lewis, 18:4:16

Hanson, Walter, 20:3:22

Haraszthy, Agoston: mentioned, 2:4:52; 8:4:50; 13:4:40,41; 15:1:5; sheriff of San Diego County, 6:1:22

Haraszthy, Charles: Associate Justice in first Court of Sessions, 2:4:52; councilman, 6:1:22; 6:2:54; 1850 Board of Health; 16:2:19

Haraszthy’s Jail (Old Town): mentioned, 13:4:40; photograph(s), 13:4:43

Harbison, John S.: article about, 15:4:17-26; mentioned, 4:2:22; photograph(s), 15:4:19; portrait, 15:4:17; Sweetwater apiary,1905, photograph(s), 15:4:25; with Bee hives, photograph(s), 15:4:22-23

Harbison Canyon, 15:4:21

Harbison Hive. See “California Hives”

Harbison Wholesale Grocery Co., 15:4:26

Harbor Boat and Yacht Yard, 20:4:14

Hardeastle, Capt. Edmund, 1:4:44,46; 19:3:19,20,30

Hardenburgh (surveyor), 17:1:6,8,9

Hardy, Charles S., 4:3:36; 6:4:97-98; 7:3:34; 19:1:19; 20:4:2-3

Hardy’s Market, 2:2:23

Harmony Grove (Escondido): log cabin in, photograph(s), 20:3:63; mentioned, 20:3:64

Harp (donated to San Diego Historica1 Society), 12:1:14

Harper, William, 9:2:22

Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, 20:1:33

Harriman, E. H., 11:3:45

Harris, Benjamin: letter to Seneca Falls, N. Y., photograph(s), 9:1:5

Harris, Clinton, 9:1:1

Harris, Helen Plummer, 20:3:10,19,25,27

Harris, Iverson, Jr.: article based on interview with, 20:3:1-32; mentioned, 12:2:22; 20:3:11-32passim; photograph(s), 20:3:11

Harris, Jennie, 9:1:1,5

Harris, Lewis Birdshall (“Boat-Wagon”): death of, 9:1:6; in Sacramento, 9:1:6; Journey to California, 9:1:1-6; mentioned, 19:3:27; photograph(s), 9:1:3; yachtsman, 9:1:3,6

Harrison, President Benjamin: in San Diego, 20:4:40-41; photograph(s), 20:4:41

Harrison, George, 11:2:36

Harrison, Nathan: biog. sketch of, 4:1:5-8; photograph(s), 4:1:7

Hart, W. H. H., 17:3:5

Hart, William T., 19:4:21

Hart Hook & Ladder Co. No. 2, 7:4:56

Hartford: photograph(s), 9:2:20

Hartman, Isaac, 17:1:4,8

Hartnell, William, 7:3:32-33

Hartranft, N. V., 20:4:35

Harvard, 6:4:91-93 passim

Harvey, J. Downey, 10:2:20

Harvey, Mike: photograph(s), 9:2:19

Harvey, T. Morley, 18:3:14,16

Haskin, A., 20:3:62

Haskin, Fred J., 18:3:4

Haslam, Bert: photograph(s), 7:4:53

Hassam, Childe, 19:4:45

Hastings, Edgar: article by, 13:1:23-31; county supervisor, 5:2:37; photograph(s), 18:1:29

Hatfield, Charles Mallory (Charley): and San Diego Flood of 1916, article about, 16:1:227; at age eighty-two, photograph(s), 16:1:27; business card of, facsimile 16:1:5; early work in Los Angeles, 16:1:4,5,6; in 1931, photograph(s), 16:1:23; in San Diego Union, photograph(s), 16:1:12; mentioned, 1:2:27; 6:1:30; 13:4:61,62; 17:2:20; photograph(s), 16:1:2,9; portrait, 16:1:cover See also Flood of 1916

Hatfield, Paul, 16:1:5,27

Hatfield, Stephen, 16:1:7

Hatfield family, 16:1:7

Hatfield Flood, 13:4:63; 16:1:19,22. See also Flood of 1916

“Hatfield the Rainmaker,” by Thomas W. Patterson, 16:1:2-27

Hatfield Towers: at Colinga, photograph(s), 16:1:6; at Morceline Ranch, 1924, photograph(s), 16:1:6; at Morena Reservoir, 1916, photograph(s), 16:1:8

Havens, F. G., 19:1:17

Hawaiian figures (mode1s): photograph(s), 19:2:29

Hawaiian Is1ands, 19:2:22-38 passim

Hawgood, John A.: book edited by, ntd., 17:4:50

Hay, W. 0., 9:2:15

Hayden, Nellie (High), 16:3:12

Hayes, Judge Benjamin: bookcase-desk used by, photograph(s), 13:1:34; Index to San Diego Archives, 11:1:39; manuscript of, facsimile 13:1:37; mentioned, 2:3:30,32; 9:1:13; 13:1:33,34,36; 15:1:10; 17:2:15; 18:3:8; 19:4:31,32,36; 20:1:7,8,2930; 19:3:56; survey of Cuyamaca grant, 3:2:21; photograph(s), 13:1:33; 15:4:29; portrait, 16:2:15

Hayes, Chauncey, 20:1:7; 20:2:41

Hayes, John, 2:4:52 Hays, Robert, 19:4:20

Hazard, Roscoe E. (Pappy): 12:4:5; photograph(s), 12:4:5

Hazard, Gould & Co., 19:2:32

Hazell, Joseph P., 16:1:14-15

Ada Hancock (steamer), 3:3:39

Head, Ed, 9:2:22 Health Resorts, 4:2:20; 4:4:54

Healy, Rev. Valentine: article by, 11:3:15-25

Hearst, Senator George, 2:2:21

Hebbard, W. S., 17:4:3-5

Hebbard & Gill, 17:4:4

Heber, A. H., 19:1:17; 17:3:6

Hebert, Edgar W. article by, 7:3:31-36; 9:2:15-22; 10:2:15-22

Hebrew Benevolent Society (San Diego), 19:4:35-36

Hechinger, F., 19:4:17 Heck Transfer Co., 20:3:29

Hedges, Kenneth: book by, review, 20:2:58; review by, 20:3:69-70; photograph(s), 11:4:18-19

Heffernan, Dr. William T., 17:3:6

Heilbron, Capt., 10:2:27

Heilbron, Carl, 20:1:20

Heilbron, Fred A., 16:4:12

Heilbron, Robert F.: article by, 20:1:15-25; book co-authored by, noted, 18:4:50; book co-edited by, md., 18:3:33; review by, 20:1:50-51

Heizer, Robert F.: book co-edited by, noted 19:4:64; book co-edited by, review, 20:3:69-70; book edited by, review, 20:4:54-55; mentioned, 19:2:34

Helen Hunt Jackson, by Evelyn I. Banning: review, 20:4:46-48

Heller, Celia, 18:4:15,19

Helvetia Mine (Julian): 1901, photograph(s), 13:L:30; 17:1:7

Hemet News, 20:4:35

Henderson, David A.: book by, review, 19:3:4243; interview with, 13:1:23-31

Henderson, John, 17:4:44

Henderson, Vivian, 18:1:23; 20:3:68

Hendrick, J. J. (Indian agent), 15:2:28

Hendricks, William 0.: article by, 17:3:1-11; book translated and edited by, review, 18:3:28-29; review by, 20:2:6 l -62

Henri, Robert, 19:4:44; 16:4:3

“Henry A. Crabb, Filibuster, and the San Diego Herald,” edited by Diana Lindsay, 19:1:34-42

Henry Electric Car, 2:1:2

Henry Electric Co., 7:1:1

Hensley, George B., 2:1:9

Hensley, Herbert C.: biog. sketch of, 3:4:53; article by, 1:3:35; 2:1:4; 2:4:43-48; 3:4:5255; 4:3:37-39; 5:2:35-36; 10:2:26-27; mentioned, 2:2:23; photograph(s), 3:4:53; San Diego Union and, 5:2:35

Hercules Powder Co., 20:4:11

Herman, John J., 12:1:12

The Hermitage: photograph(s), 13:2:10

Hermitage Hotel, 1:2:15,16

Herrera, Jose Maria, 12:3:11

Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio de, 19:3:4-7

Herron, Frank, 9:4:46,48

Hertz, Alfred, 20:3:18

Hewett, Dr. Edgar, 20:1:19,21,22,23,24

Hewitt, George, 20:2:31

“Hey-Day of the N. C. & 0.,” by Christian N. Brown, 4:2:23-25

Hidalgo, Fr., 12:3:6

Hide Houses: illustration, 13:2:17

Hide Park, 5:1:7; 6:1:1 1; 14:3:10

Hide Trade (San Diego): 6:1:10-11; cattle at Las Flores, 1829, 7:3:31-36

“Hidden Valley.” See Escondido

Higgins, Shelley J., 16:1:14,15,26,27; 17:2:25; 20:2:18

High, John, 16:3:7,9-12

High, Sam, 16:3:9-12

High, William, 16:3:6,8,9

High Brothers, 16:3:9

The High Iron to La Jolla, by R. P. Middlebrook: mentioned, 10:1:13

“The High Iron to La Jolla,” by R. P. Middlebrook, 7:1:1-13

Highway, Robert E. Lee, 17:2:37

Highway 80 above Mountain Springs Grade: photograph(s), ca. 1920’s, 17:2:35

Highways, early San Diego, 17:2:28-38

Hijar, Jose Maria, 12:3:16,23

Hijosa, Juan Francisco, 10:4:54,55

Hill, Henry, 6:1:20; 10:1:3,4,6,7

Hill, Maj., 17:1:22

Hill, Mary A., 20:1:20

Hill, W. E., 11:1:25

Hillcrest, 18:1:23

Hilton, William H., 1:2:16; 13:2:9

Hinchman, A. E., 1:1:10

Hindorff, P. G., 20:1:36

Hine, Robert V.: book co-edited by, review, 19:3:43-44

Hinton, John, 15:1:7,15

“The Hispanic Heritage and the Borderlands,” by Ralph H. Vigil, 19:3:32-39

Historia de Alta California (Juan Bandini), 12:4:22

Historia Natural y Cr6nica de la Antigua California. Adiciones y Correcciones a la Noticia de Miguel del Barco, edited with a preliminary study by Miguel Le6n-Portilla: review, 20:1:46-47

“The Historical Archives of Baja California Sur-Their Antecedents and Recent Creation,” by Miguel LeOn-Portilla, 18:1:10-18

Historical Landmarkers of San Diego: 5:1:spec. ed.; 14:2:5

Historical Markers of San Diego County: map, 5:1:facing p. 1

A Historical, Political, and Natural Descripti . on of California by Pedro Fages, Soldier of Spain, translated and edited by Herbert Ingram Priestley: noted, 19:2:51

Historical Research Projects in San Diego, 5:2:37-39

Historical Shrine Foundation of San Diego County, 6:2:foreword

Historica1 Society of San Diego. See San Diego Historical Society

“Historic American Buildings Survey: San Diego–1971,” by Robert C. Giebner, 17:4:39-44

Historic Ranchos of San Diego, by Cecil C. Moyer: review, 16:3:30

Histories, San Diego. See San Diego Area Histories

History of California (Bancroft), 19:2:9,11

History of California: Spanish Period, by Charles E. Chapman: mentioned, 19:1:6

A History Qf the Colonization of Baja California and the Decree of the 10th of March, 1857(Lassepas), 20:4:26,27-28

“History of the First Greek Theatre in America at Point Loma, California, 19011965,” by Dale Reynolds, 12:2:17-25

History of the Jews oj’Los Angeles, by Max Vorspan and Lloyd P. Gartner: review, 18:3:29-30

“History of Medicine,” by Dr. P. C. Remondino: mentioned, 2:2:21

History of’San Diego, by William E. Smythe: mentioned, 2:2:26; 19:1:11,20,22,23; 20:2:41; 20:3:29

History of San Diego, Its Pueblo Lands and Water, by H. C. Hopkins: mentioned, 10:3:40

Hitchcock, Lucius W., 16:4:9

Hite, Ormsby, 5:3:47

Hoadley, Philip Miner, 20:3:65

Hoadley, William White, 20:3:63

Hobbs, Jessie, 3:2:18 Hobsbawn, Eric, 18:4:20 Hobson, Stanley, 20:4:12 Hodge, Edgar 0., 20:4:18

Roffman, Abraham: book by, review, 20:3:73-74

Hoffman, Dr. David B.: biog. of, 10:3:35-39; mentioned, 15:1:33-34; 17:4:51; photograph(s), 16:2:6

Hoffman, Dr. George, 16:2:18,20 Hoftneister, Wilhelm, 17:3:14

Hoifer, Prof. Harry, 4:1:9

Holcomb, Charlotte, 17:1:23 Ho1derness, Arthur W., 20:4:17 Holladay &Brenham, 5:3:47 Holland Crest, 20:3:17

Hollister, Judge D. A., 13:2:25,26,34,35; 15:1:15; 19:4:30

Holm, Julius: illustration, 20:4:40 Holman, 18:3:11

Holman and Seaman vs. Temecula Indians, 15:2:26-32

Holmes, George, 19:2:31 Holmes, W. J., 20:3:61-62 Holmberg, Ardyce: photograph(s), 11:4:23 Holt, Postmaster General, 15:2:18 Holtz, Mr. (Copley Productions), 14:4:38

Home of Peace Cemetery (San Diego), 19:4:38

Homestead Act, 19:1:16 Homestead Lots in San Diego, 6:2:54

Honey Bees (San Diego): article about, 15:4:1726. See also Harbison, John S.

Honey & Tar Cough Syrup, 4:2:22

“The Honorable J. Fortescue, Esq. Ret.,” by Clifford L. Graves, M.D., 14:2:18-23

Hooff, Philip, 8:4:54; 9:2:24; 15:1:7 Hook, Mrs. Barbee, 15:2:4

Hooper, George F.: mentioned, 13:2:8; photograph(s), 13:2:8

Hoover, Herbert, 19:4:16 Hoover, J. Edgar, 18:1:4,5,8 Hoover, Robert L.: book by, review, 20:2:58 Hope, Alex W., 10:1:7 Hopkins, H. C., 10:3:40 Horatio West Courts, 17:4:16

Hord, Donal: birthplace of, 16:4:8; “Guardian of the Waters,” 16:4:8; mentioned, 19:4:46; photograph(s), 16:4:4; sculpt. by, 16:4:6

Hornbeck, E. A., 7:1:5-6

Horton, Alonzo E.: bill of sale, facsimile 12:2:27; biog. sketch 3:1:4; bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:33; city lots used to finance hotel, 2:2:15; developed South San Diego, 1:1:2; establishment of Public Library, 4:3:38; founder of New Town, 6:2:66; in 1867, 17:4:31,37; letter to friend in 1871, facsimile 16:1:28-32; mentioned, 2:4:44; 5:1:8; 5:3:43; 5:4:64; 8:4:48; 10:2:17; 11:3:41; 13:2:21,22,23,24,26,27,28,29,30,31,33, 34, 35, 38; 13:4:45,47,48; 18:4:23,24,26,28,31,32,34; 19:2:22,31,32; 20:2:2; 20:4:2,40; New San Diego’s first hotel, 2:2:26; photograph(s), 13:2:cover; 13:2:39; 13:4:47,57; 16:1:28; real estate transactions, 4:3:36,38, wharf construction, 2:1:1; with Sarah Wilson Babe (Mrs. Alonzo E. Horton), photograph(s), 12:2:38

Horton, Sarah Wilson Babe: mentioned, 3:1:4; 17:4:35,36; 19:4:32; photograph(s), 12:2:38

Horton-Bancroft (San Diego Public Library), 4:3:38

Horton Bank: photograph(s), 20:4:39

Horton Block: illustration, 4:3:37

Horton Free Library Association, 4:3:38; 11:1:34

Horton Hall: bee keepers meeting at, 15:4:25; 1882, 4:3:40; mentioned, 1:1:2; 1:3:36

Horton Home (residence of Alonzo Horton): homes of, photograph(s), 3:1:13; original home, 3:1:3; photograph(s), 13:2:31; photograph(s) in 1869, 3:1:13; photograph(s) in 1885, 3:1:13

Horton House (Hotel): building of, 2:2:15-17; dining facilities at, 2:4:43-44; 1871, 16:1:30; George Marston, clerk, 3:1:2; illustration, 2:2:cover; mentioned, 4:3:40; 15:4:3637; 20:4:40,42; photograph(s), 13:4:48

Horton Plaza: article about, 20:4:38-43; bandstand, ca. 1899, photograph(s), 20:4:42; fountain, ca. 1914, photograph(s), 20:4:43; mentioned, 18:4:27; photograph(s), 20:4:38,39,41,42,43

Horton’s Addition: mentioned, 2:2:26; 3:3:40, 41; 17:4:31; 18:4:32; plan of, photograph(s), 13:2:28; plight of, 2:2:17

Horton’s Wharf: mentioned, 3:3:41; 15:3:6

Hotel Brewster: description of, 2:2:18-21; end of, 2:2:21; illustration, 2:2:19,20

Hotel del Coronado: activities of, 12:1:1213; ads for, 12:1:5,6,7; Al Goodman at, 12:1:13; Ballroom, plans of, illustration, 17:4:42; Billy Wilder at, 12:1:13; Bridal Chamber, photograph(s), 12:1:9; carriage ride near, illustration, 17:1:cover; Charley Chaplin at, 12:1:13; “climate cure,” 16:2:8; Courtyard, 1905, photograph(s), 17:3:21; design and construction of, 16:3:4; 50th Anniversary of, 12:1:6,8; Hugo de Vries and, 1906, 17:3:16; illustration, 2:3:cover; 12:1:3; JohnnyDowns at, 12:1:13; mentioned, 2:3:34, 38,39; 2:4:44; 12:1:3,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13; 17:4:2,43,44; 20:4:12,40; patrons of, 12:1:3,10,12,13; Prince of Wales at, 12:1:13; photograph(s) of, 12:1:5; Ramon Navarro at, 12:1:13; reasons for building, 12:1:4; rejuvenated, 12:1:13; Rita Hayworth at, 12:1:13; rooms of, 12:1:8,9,12, 13; rumors concerning, 12:1:9,12; St. James Hotel and, 2:2:23; sketch of, 17:4:42; Tom Mix at, 12:1:13; under construction, 1887, photograph(s), 13:3:39; Wallace Simpson at, 12:1:13; White Drawing Room, photograph(s), 12:1:11

Hotel San Diego, 16:4:9

Hotels in San Diego: article on, 2:2:passim; 2:4:43-48. See also under individual names

Hottes, Alfred C.: plant drwngs. by, 8:2:7B

Houghton, Senator, 18:1:8

House Beautiful (June, 1903): mentioned, 17:4: 2

Houses, Historic. See under individual names

Houses, indications of age, 1:2:24-25

Houston, David L., 17:2:36

Houston, Jeanne and James D.: book by, review, 20:4:48-51

Howard, Bryant, 2:3:33; 4:4:49; 16:3:7

Howe, Capt., 20:4:11 Howell, Dent, 20:4:3

Howell, William: photograph(s), 11:4:36

Howitzers: illustration of, 13:4:35; mentioned, 10:3:29 34

How, Katherine, 19:2:22, 37 “How Old is That House,” by Rurik Kallis, 1:2:24-25

“How Uncle Charley Came to California,” by Charles Ripley Sumner, 16:2:34-39

Hoy, Michael, 19:1:31 Hoyle, Charles, 4:4:52

Hoyt, Roland, 15:3:11; 8:2:2B H. P. Blavatsky Club, 20:3:27

Hubbard’s Brickyard, 10:1:12

Hubbs, Harry: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Huber, Leonard, 2:2:27-28

Hudson, Millard F.: article by, mentioned, 10:2:21; mentioned, 19:1:20,23

Hudson, Tom: review by, 20:1:51-52

Hughes, Charles: article edited by, 20:3:33-43

“Hugo de Vries Visits San Diego: A Famous Botanist Views the City at the Turn of the Century,” by Peter W. van der Pas, 17: 3:12-23

Hulburd, E. W., 16:3:13

Humboldt, Alexander von (Baron), 6:1:3; 13:4:8; 19:1:5

Hummer, Lillian S. (Mrs.), 20:2:30

Humphries, Char1es, 1:2:22; 5:4:63; 13:2: 14

Hunt, Clarence, 18:4:36

Hunt, E. B., 10:4:49

Hunter, Jesse D., 20:3:35,39

Huntington, Anna Hyatt, 17:4:28

Huntington, Collis, 19:1:21

Hunzsicker, Lena B., 10:2:21

Hurd, Willis J., 4:2:20

Hurtado de Mendoza, Diego, 11:1:11; 19:3:13

Hutchinson, Allen: art, about, 19:2:22-38; photograph(s), 19:2:21

Hutchinson, Caroline, 19:2:22

Hutchinson, Thomas, 19:2:22

Hutchinson, William P., 19:2:22,33

Hutchinson, M. R., 20:4:16 Huxham, John, 10:4:47,48

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Ibanez, Juan, 18:1:16,17

“The Identification of Two Burials at the San Diego Presidio,” by Richard L. Carrico, 19:4:51-55

“Illuminations,” by Joan Bigge, 16:3:26-29

Immaculate Conception Church (Old Town):

construction of, 10:2:16; mentioned, 20:1:9

Immigrant trails, 20:1:29

“Immigrants on the Gila and Baja California Routes to San Diego in 1849,” by James Robert Moriarty, 17:1:22-28

“The Immortal Judkins,” by Herbert C. Hensley, 5:2:35-36

Imperial, Calif.: in 1901, photograph(s), 17:3:9; in 1905, photograph(s), 19:1:13

Imperial Beach, 5:4:65

Imperial County, 17:3:1,10

Imperial County Highway Commission, 17:2:30

Imperial Daily Standard, 19:1:20; 20:2:41

Imperial Valley: article on, 17:3:1-11; mentioned, 18:3:7; 19:1:11-24 passim; 19:4:1624 passim; plank road, 16:2:24-33; stage routes to, 18:1:22-23

Imperial Valley Auto Stage, 20:3:68

Imperial Valley County, 16:3:25

Imperial Water Co., Canal No. 1: photograph(s), 17:3:8

Imperial Valley Water Users’ Association, 19:1:17

“In a Little Spanish Town” (KGB Radio Broadcast), 19:2:11

Incandescent Lighting: first used in San Diego, 2:3:36

Independence (steamer), 16:2:36

Independence Day celebrations (San Diego), 3:2:25-26

Independencial 18:1:14

Independent Order of Know-Nothings, 20:3:57

Index to the 1850 Census of Califomia, comp. by Alan P. Bowman: noted, 18:3:33

Indians: aboriginal days, 13:4:4; and the So. Calif. Boundary Survey Commission, 19:3:18-31; attack upon Mission San Diego, 19:4:54; Baja Calif, 18:4:1-13 passim; 19:1:2-3; Bannock outbreak, Oregon, 1:2:22; brush hut of, photograph(s), 13:4:7; battles & settlements, 11:1:15-17; Christian and Non-Christian, 20:3:34-35; Cuyamaca, 2:3:30; dance of, illustration, 13:4:4; dancers, sketch, 13:4:8; Dieguenos, 13:4:4,7; discussed, 20:2:45-53; drunk, 3:3:39; Garra Uprising, 19:4:34: Government Protection Act of 1850, 15:2:26; grinding acorn meal, pliot., 13:4:6; Idaho & Oregon, 1:2:19; linguistic division, map, 8:4:5; Luisenos, 20:1:4,27-31; mentioned, 12:4:22,28,33,35; 13:4:16,18; missions and, 11:2-.8-14; 15:4-.8,13,14; mistreatment of, 11:1:3,4,15; northwest coast, 20:2:31; part played in expeditions in the West, 11:2:28-33; pueblos in Calif., 12:3:30; San Diego and, 5:1:3; 12:3:13, 14,21,22,30; 13:4:4; San Diego homes of, photograph(s), 6:1:3; Presidio Hill, 14:4:9,20; San Luis Rey, 7:3:32-33; statue of, in Presidio Park, photograph(s), 15:3:32; taxes, 6:1:22; Temecula, 15:2:26-32; thievery by, 9:1:2,3; trade route of, 3:2:18; trade with, 9:1:2; tribal divisions, map, 13:4:5; Warner’s Hot Springs, uprising at, 9:2:24; Washington Territory, 1858, 1:2:17; Yuma & Maricopa, 17:1:26. See also Diegueno Indians, Luiseno Indians, and individual tribes

The Indians and I: Visits with the Dieguenos, Quechans, Fort Mojaves, Zunis, Hopis, Navajos, and Piutes, by Peter Odens: review, 19:1:47

Indian Stories of the Southwest, by Elizabeth Judson Roberts: mentioned, 9:3:29

Indian Wells, 3:2:18 Indies, Laws of. See Laws of the Indies

The Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California, by Alexander Saxton: review, 18:2:19-21

Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.): article about, 19:1:25-33; at Emma Goldman Festivities, 1912, photograph(s), 19:1:25; San Diego and, 8:4:53; police and, photograph(s), 19:1:30

Ingalls, James, 20:1:30 Ingersoll, Comdr. F. L., 9:2:18

Ingle, Heber, 2:3:38; 12:1:5,8

Inglehart, John, 12:1:5

Ingraham, Dr. Charles Wilson, 16:2:8

Inspiration Heights (San Diego), 5: 3:50

Instituto de Investigaciones Historicas, National University of Mexico, 18:1:10,12

Instruccion de Galvez (1768), 20:4:28

International Board of Hygiene, 14:2:18,19

International Lotus Rome, 17:3:15

The International Marriage (Goodwin), 19: 2:10

International Star Championship, 20:4:9

International Theosophical Center, 17:3: 16

International Theosophical Peace Congress, 20:3:30

“The Internment of the Japanese of San Diego County During the Second World War,” by Geral Schlenker, 18:1:1-9; letters to the edited about, 18:2:23

“An Interview with Dave Henderson,” by Edgar Hastings, 13:1:23-31

Iris (steamer), 9:1:8-11 passim

Iroquois, 9:1:11

Irrigation (Imperial Valley), 17:3:1-11

Irrigation Age, 19: 1: 11, 12

Irrigation Congress (1895), 19: 1: 12

Irrigation Institutions, 19: 1: 13

“Irving John Gill: San Diego Architect: The Formation of an American Style of Architecture,” by Helen McElfresh Ferris, 17:4:1-19

“Is the Trash-Can Always the Answer?” by H. K. Raymenton, 5:3:54-55

Isbell, Thomas J., V 1: 3:81

Ishams’Nuvida Water, 4:2:24

Ishilman, John, 16:2:27

Isis Theatre (Fisher Opera House), 12:2:19; 19:1:17; 20:3:7,19,29

Isla de Cedros, 18:2:4

Isla de San Martin, 18:2:4

“Islands of Spice,” “Spice Islands.” See Philippines and Moluccos

Islas de Mazatldn, 18:2:5

Islas Rica de Oro y Rica de Plata, 18:2:6

Isolation Hospital, 17:2:20,21

Israel, Maria Arcadia Alipas, 1:4:48

Israel, Robert Decatur: last lighthouse keeper, 1:4:46,47; mentioned, 1:4:54-55,58; 13:3:33; 15:1:33; 19:2:17,18,20; photograph(s), 1:4:49; 13:3:33; tenure of, 1:4:48

Italian aliens, 18: 1:4,5,7

Iturbide, Agustin (Emperor of Mexico), 6:1:9; 12:3:10; 13:4:19; 15:4:11,12

Iturbide, Felipe del 1:3:31; 19:3:20

Ivancovich, B., 19:2:35

Ivy Chapel (Goodbody Mortuary): photograph(s), 17:4:8

“The I.W.W. Free Speech Movement: San Diego, 1912,” by Rosalie Shanks, 19:1: 25-33

Jackass Mail: article about, 15:2:15-20; first letters, facsimile 15:2:18,19,20; first mail arrives, 15:2:17; mentioned, 3:2:15,25; 4:3: 41; 5:1:17; 13:1:26,28; 13:4:43; problems of, 15:2:19

“The Jackass Mail: San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line,” by Basil C. Pearce, 15: 2:15-20

Jackson, Everett Gee: mentioned, 19:4:46; member of San Diego Artists Association, 16:4:4,8; painting by, 16:4:6; photograph(s), 16:4:4; 19:4:43; taught at San Diego State, 16:4:8

Jackson, Mrs. Everett Gee (Eileen): photograph(s), 19:4:43

Jackson, Fred W.: local bank executive, 17:2:32; photograph(s), 1908, 17:2:29

Jackson, Helen Hunt: 10:2:21; 15:2:26; 18:3:8; 18:4:18; 20:1:9,27

Jackson, Dr. H. Nelson, 17:2:28

Jackson, Stonewall (Home), 14:2:24-27

Jackson, W. Turrentine: review by, 18:2: 18-19

Jacobs, Fenton S., 1:4:47

Jacobs, Victoria: diary by, review, 20:3:71-72; mentioned, 19:4:36

Jacobs, Wilbur: book by, review, 19:1:46 Jacobson, Oscar, 6:4:101-102 Jacobson, Victor, 6:4:101-102 Jacum, 13:1:40 Jaeger, L. J. F., 15:4:32

Jaguarina: biog. of, 10:2:26,27; broad sword contest, 10:2:26,27

“The Jaguarina-Weidermann Battle,” by Herbert C. Hensley, 10:2:26-27

Jailbirds (Micheltorena’s Cholos), 6: 1: 15-16

James Craig Predicted Log Contest, 20:4:12

James, Laura M.: article by, 4:1:5-8

James, William: photograph(s), 11:4:16

Jamul: tobacco industry at, 5:2:32

Jamul Ranch, 1:3:34

Janal Ranch, 2:3:40

Janes, John F.: book by, review, 20:1:42

Jansen, A. E.: article by, 8:4:50-54

Janssens, Agustin, 13:1:43; 19:4:3

Japanese-American Citizens League, 18:1:5

Japanese-Americans of San Diego County: demonstrations of loyalty during the Second World War, 18:1:1; interment of, article about, 18:1:1-9; photograph(s), 18:1:3-8

Japanese, during World War 2: about, review, 18:4:47-49; in British Columbia, 18:1:5; in Hawaii, 18:1:1,2,5; in Mexico, 18:1:2,5; in the Philippines, 18:1:1; on the Pacific Coast, 18:1: 1-9

Jarmuth, Helen, 18:3:16 Jasper, James, 1:3:39

Jayme, Fr. Luis: being killed by Indians, drawing, 13:4:16; mentioned, 2:3:29; 13:4:16; martyred, 5:1:15; 6:1:8

“Jean Baptiste Charbonneau: The Wind River Scout,” by Mrs. James Reading, 11:2:28-33

Jenney Electric Co., 2:3:34; 2:4:50 Jennings, Paul, 20:3:18 Jensen, Joan M.: article by, 11:3:26-36

Jerabek, Chauncey I.: article by, 8:2:3-21 [reprinted from Cal4Ornia Gardenl; 15:3: 13-24 [reprinted from 8: 2:3-211

Jervis, Harle, 18:3:18

Jesmond Dene (Escondido), 9:3:30

“The Jesse Shepard House,” by Phil Binks (photographer), 16:3:15-l7

“Jesse Shepard and the Villa Montezuma,” by Clare Crane, 16:3:4-21

Jessop, Alonzo del 20:4:16

Jessop, Dick, 20:4:19

Jessop, Joseph, 20:4:6

Jessop & Sons, 19:2:32

Jessop’s Jewelry Store, 17:2:31

Jesuits: in Alta Calif., 19:1:2-5 passim; in Baja Calif., 18: 1: 10; 18: 2:7; 18:4:1-4,6-8,9; 19:3:10-15 passim; in 1767, 13:4:15; est. missions, 11:2:2,3

Jesus Maria Mines (Baja California), 17:1:14; 19:4:33

Jewett, Fred, 19:1:20

Jews: in San Diego, 19:4:27-41 passim; in San Diego (1850-1860), article about, 20:3: 53-60

Jimenez, Francisco, 19:2:30

Jitney Buses, 4: 2:17-19

J. M. Chapman: illustration, 7:2:29 John Day Hopkins Laboratory, 13:4:72

John Joseph Cantwell, His Exellency of Los Angeles, by Francis J. Weber: review, 19:2:43-45

John L. Stephens (steamer), 3: 3:41

John Phoenix, 2:4:52. See also Derby, Lt. George

John Phoenix, Esq., The Veritable Squibob. A Life of Captain George H. Derby, U.S.A., by George R. Stewart: review, 18: 1:29-30

“John Steven McGroarty: From the Green Verdugo Hills,” by Rev. Francis J. Weber, 20:4:33-37

Johns, Mrs. Laura, 20: 1: 17-25 passim Johns, Sally Cavell: article by, 19:4:1-13

Johns, Thomas D., 1:2:15; 13:2:7,8; 18: 1:34

Johnson, C. A., 20: 1: 30 Johnson, Capt., 13: 1: 12; 17: 2:18 Johnson, Cave, 15:1:26; 20:1:2

Johnson, Charles Robinson, 15:1:27; 17: 2:3,6,8

Johnson, Edward, 16:2:27 Johnson, Emil George, 20:3:63,64 Johnson, Fred W., 19:4:22

Johnson, George A.: house of, 6:2:52; mentioned, 15: 1: 14

Johnson, Hiram, 17:2:34; 19:1:29,31,32 Johnson, Milford, 1:4:47 Johnson, Nettie May, 20:3:63 Johnson, Orvel B., 14:4:35-37,39,40 Johnson, Robert Norman, 20:3:65

Johnson, William ‘rempleton: architect, Serra Museum, 8:2:1B,22; article about, 17:4:20-30; bldgs. by, 17:4:29; letter to the edited about, 18: 1:35

Johnson Swimming Pool, 20:4:18

Johnston, Abraham, 19:4:9

Johnston, Ellen, 5:3:50

Johnston, Capt. George A., 2:4:.54

Johnston, Henry: capt. of Orizaba, 5:3:46; death of, 5:3:48; “Ninety Fathom Johnston,” 5:3:46; photograph(s), 5:3:47; transports first furniture to San Diego, 2:2:17; “Uncle Henry,” 5:3:46

Johnston Heights (San Diego), 5:3:46-52

Johnstone, Albert E., 20:4:18

Jones, Idwal, 19: 2: 11

Jones, James P., 17:4:34

Jones, Jessamine: article by, mentioned, 19: 2: 10

Jones, Johnstone, 11:1:40

Jones, Dr. L. G., 20: 1: 17,21,22

Jones, Mary, 9:2:26

Jones, Norah E.: book translated by, review, 18:L: 30-31

Jordy, William, 17:4:16 Jorres, William, 3:4:54-55 “Josefa,” by Mary Stewart: mentioned, 19:2:12

“Josefa’s Courage; Captain Fitch’s Independence: A Letter of Amplification,” by Frances L. Bardacke: mentioned, 19:2:12

Joseph Sadoc Alemany: Harbinger of a New Era, by Francis J. Weber; review, 20:2:60

“Journal of Lewis Birdsall Harris, 1836-1842:” mentioned, 9:1:1. See also Harris, Lewis Birdsall

“Journalistic Remarks on the Los Angeles and Tucson Mails,” by James Mills, 3:3: 33-35

Journalistic Vacuum in San Diego, April, 7, 1860, 3:3:40

J.S. Mannasse & Co., 18:4:33; 20:3:55

Juan Maria de Salvatierra, S. J.: Selected

Letters About Lower California, edited by Ernest J. Burrus, S. J.: review, 18:4:38-39

Juan Street Saloon: 19:2:19-20; photograph(s), 1874, 19:2:t9

Juarez, jose Roberto: review by, 20:3:73-74

Judd, Lyle, 2:1:10

Judge, William Quan, 20:3:2-3,20

Judges of the Plains (San Diego): article about., 15:4:29-32;

James R. Lassator appointed, 3:2:18

Judges, San Diego: illustration, 16:2:15

Judkins, Benjamin, 5:2:35

Jueces de Campo. See Judges of the Plains

Julian, Mike: 5:1:20; 14:3:21; 9:4:

Julian, Webb, 9:4:43

Juilian: apple crop, 5:1:20; Banner gold munnng, 3:4:43; 5:2:40; book about, review, 18:4:42; Calif. and, 2:3:31; city of, 13:1:11,17,18,23,24; photograph(s), 13:4:48; founding of, 9:4:43; gold at, 6:1:24; 9:4:43-48; 13:4:48; gold mines, 9:4: 44,46,48; gold rush, 7:4:55-56; gold seekers, 9:4:43,44; growth during mining days, 9:4:43; in 1870, photograph(s), 13:1:14; in l870’s, photograph(s), 13:1:cover; in January, painting by Rex Brandt, 17:1:cover; mentioned, 3:4:43-47; 14:3:20; mining area, map of, 13:l:31; 17:1:4; mining camp, photograph(s), 13:1:15; pronunciation of, 4:1:23; tollroad at, 9:4:44

Julian Memorial Park, 5:1:20

Julian Miner, 20:2:39,40

Julian Sentinel: quoted, 17:4:51

Julian Stage Line: mentioned, 1: 1:13; 2:4:43; 3: 3:32; 15:2:7

Julian Valley, 15:2:12,13

“July 16, 1929: San Diego Celebrated Its 160th Birthday,” 11:4:31-36

Junior Yacht Club, 20:4:11-12

Junipero Serra Museum. See Serra Museum “The Junipero Serra Museum,” 15:3:26-31 “The Junipero Serra Museum,” by Bill Virden, 8:2:22-29 Jurors, Women (San Diego): article about, 11:2: 16-27 “Justice in Old Town,” by Donna K. Sefton, 2:4:52-54

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Kah-we-ah Indians, 20:1:29

Kaidel, J. T., 2:4:44

Kaidel’s “Minneapolis,” 5:3:52

Kalish, Leopold, 6:2:72

Kallis, Rurik: article by, 1:2:24-25; 18:4:3637; mentioned, 17:4:32

“Kanaka Davis.” See Davis, William Heath

Kantor, J. R. K.: review by, 20:4:45-46

Kate 0. Sessions Nursery, 14:3:27

Katz, William Loren: book by, review, 18:4:46-47

Kaufman, Hattie: article by, 4:2:20-22

Kautz, George (house): mentioned, 17:4:12; illustration, 17:4:14

Kaye, Peter, 2:3:40

Kearny, Gen. Stephen Watts: Army of the West, 1:2:15; Battle of San Pasqual, 6:1:18-19; 10:3:29-34; Gila route and, 17:1:24; march to Calif., illustration, 19:4:6; mentioned, 13:2:7; 13:4:33,34; 19:4:1-10 passim; 19:2:19; 20:3:37; portrait, 13:4:34; 19:4:5

Kearny Expedition of 1846, 17:1:23

Kearny Mesa, 20:2:27

Kearny’s Army of the West, 5:1:17. See also Army of the West, and San Pasqual, Battle of

Kearny’s U.S. Dragoons, 5:1:24

Keating, Capt. James, 1:3:31; 1:4:46

Keating House: 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Keating Mansion: 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Keating Ranch, 4:1:6

Keithley, George: book by, review, 19:4:61

Kelly, Charles, 3:2:18; 15:3:10-11; 17:2:29

Kelly, Robert, 14:2:16; 15:4:27,30,32

Kelley’s Livery Stable, 20:3:29

Kelsey, Harry: review by, 19:1:47

Kemble, John Haskell: book by, md., 19:4:64; review by, 19:1:44-45

Kendall, Edgar I., 1:1:4-5

Kenilworth Inn, 4:2:22

Kennedy, J. B., 20:1:32

Kennedy, M. Dean, 20:4:16

“Keno Wilson-A Lawman’s Lawman,” by A. E. Jansen, 8:4:50-54

Kentfield, Calvin: book co-authored by, review, 19:1:43-44

Kerper, George B., 15:2:25

Kerren, Richard: 5:4:59; photograph(s), 20:2:50

Kessell, John L.: review by, 18:4:39

Ketchum, Capt. W. S., 1:2:18; 13:2:12

Kettner, William: biog. sketch, 11:3:26-39; Camp Kearny and, 11:3:34; elected congressman, 11:3:48-49; portrait, 11:3:32

The Kikuchi Diary: Chronicle From An American Concentration Camp, The Tan,foran Journals of Charles Kikuchi, edited by John Modell: review, 20:4:48-51

Killea, Lucy Lytle: article by, 12:3:3-35; 12:4:17-40; photograph(s), 12:3:45

Kimball, Flora, 8:3:41

Kimball, Frank A.: eucalyptus trees and, 16:4:11,13,14,15; mentioned, 7:3:42-43; 13:4:49; 18:4:23; National City and, 8:3passim; photograph(s), 8:3:43; 13:4:57; 13:4:49; railroads, 6:1:25,26

Kimball, Warren C.: eucalyptus trees and, 16:4:11,13,14,15; mentioned, 7:3:43; National City and, 8: 3 passim

Kimball Block Row Houses (National City), 17:4:44

Kimball Brick Kilns, 7:3:43

Kimball Brothers, 8: 3:31-43 passim

Kimball Library, 8:3:33

Kinder, David: 19:4:55; sketch of Presidio, 16:4:21

King, Alice Fries: eucalyptus trees and, 16:4:16; mentioned, 16:2:2; photograph(s), 19:4:43

King, Capt., 20:3:42

King, George V., 9:4:44

King, John E., 20:4:35

King, Sam, 18:1:5

“The Kingdom of Heaven is Within You:” illustration, 20:4:iv

The Kingdom of the Sun, 20:4:36

Kino, Eusebio Francisco, 18:1:10; 18:4:1; 19:3:11,14

Kip, Rev. William Ingraham, 3:1:6-9; 20:2:51

Kirby, Lewis, 11:3:30

Kirk, E. E., 19:1:28-29

Kirker, Harold: book by, noted, 20:1:52

Klauber, Abraham, 5:3:43; 15:3:9

Klauber, Alice, 16:4:3

Klauber, Allan S.: article by, 5:3:43-45; mentioned, 17:4:44

Klauber, Edgar: article by, 3:1:12; 5:3:52-S4; mentioned, 5:3:44

Klauber, Hugo, 5:3:44; 6:3:77

Klauber, Laura, 15:3:9

Klauber, Laurence M.: article by, 6:3:77-80

Klauber, Melville: and Amy Salz, house of, 17:4:10; house of, p1ans, 17:4:42; mentioned, 5:3:44; 15:3:9; 20:1:20

Klauber & Levi. See Klauber, Wangenheim Co.

Klauber, Wangenheim Co., 5:3:43-45,52; 6:3:77-80

Klauber’s Addition, 2:1:4

Knight, Dr. George E., 16:2:6,14

Knights of the Golden Circle (Civil War), 7:2:17-22

Knoles, George H.: book edited by, review, 20:2:54-55

Knowles, Capt. Amos Pendleton, 2:2:26; 17:4:32,33,34

Know-Nothings. See Independent Order of Know-Nothings

Knox, Amaziah L., 8:4:46-48

Knox, Frank, 18:1:5

Knox’s Hotel (E1 Cajon): 4:2:22; photograph(s), 8:4:49

Koppitz, John, 20:3:27

Kramer, William M.: article co-authored by, 19:4:27-41

Kroeber, A. L.: book by, noted, 19:4:64

Kroff, Albert, 14:2:26

Krueger, George S., 19:4:20

Krupp, Frederick Alfred, 20:4:34

Kurtz, Judge Daniel, 15:2:29,32; 17:1:16; 20:2:52

L

Labor Movement in San Diego. See Shanks, Rosalie: article by

Lachryma Montis (Home of Gen. Vallejo, Sonoma), 11:3:11

La Christianita, XIV-.3:24

Ladies Pioneer Society of San Diego, 18:4:35

“The Lady Who Lives By the Sea: The Story of Hotel del Coronado, by Burke Ormsby, 12:1:3-13

La Force, Beatrice: book by, review, 18:3:3031

La Frontera (Baja California), 17:2:4

Lagoa, Visconde de, 19:3:6-7

Laguna Rancho, 20:1:31

La Historia (Clavijero), 20:4:28

La Jolla Art Association, 19:4:46-47; 16:4:5

La Jolla Community House (1914): sketch, 17:4:15

La Jolla High School, 17:4:26; 18:1:35; 18:3:15

La Jolla Library: mentioned, 17:4:25; 19:4:46; photograph(s), 17:4:25

La Jolla Museum of Art, 17:4:4

“La Jolla No. 1,” by Nathan L. Rannells, 4:4:48-50

La Jolla Line (Railroad): article about, 7:1:1 13. See also San Diego, Pacific Beach & La Jolla Railway

La Jolla Volunteer Fire Department, 4:4:4850

La Jolla Women’s Club: 17:4:44; photograph(s), 17:4:14

Lake, D. E., 17:2:25

Lake, Ronald J., 17:4:43

Lake, Stuart N.: article by, 3:2:15-18

Lake Cahuilla, 17:3:2

Lake Wohlford, 9:3:32

Lakeside, California, 20:3:64

Lakeside Hotel, 12:1:11

Lakeside Inn: illustration, 3:1:11

The Lama, 20:2:31 Lamb, Barbara: photograph(s), 12:3:45

Lamb, Blaine P.: article by, 17:1:14-21

Lamb, Zulette, 20:4:20; 6:4:97-100

La Mesa: early investers in, 8:4:49; 50th Anniversary, 8:4:45,48-50; in 1897, photograph(s), 8:4:47; in 1907, photograph(s), 8:4:47; origins of, 8:4:46; sheep, 8:4:48

La Mesa City Council, 18:1:3,7

La Mesa Springs, 8:4:48

La Mesa Springs Scout: fac. p., March 16, 1908, 11:4:43

La Motte, Alfred, 20:1:20

Lancaster, A. H., 20:1:32

Lancaster, Mrs. Mary, 20:1:17-25 passim

Land Boom (1880’s): Coronado and, 2:3:38; San Diego and, 2:3:34,36; 2:4:51. See also Boom of the 1880’s

“Land Boom Palace,” by Don Driese, 2:2:18-21

Land Claims (Calif.), 15:2:27

Land Claims Commission, 20:1:4

Land Grants: Rincon del Diablo, 9:3:30; Silverstrand and, 2:3:38

Landmarks, Calif State. See under individual names

Landmarks, San Diego County: 5:1:passim. See also under individual names

Land ofSunshine (Lummis), 19:1:13

“A Landscape of the Past: The Story of the Royal Presidio Excavations,” 14:4:5-32

Landscaping (Presidio Park), 8:2:3B-20

Lane, Franklin K., 19:1:15

Laney, Bill, 1:4:52

Langtry, Lilly, 2:2:22

Lankershim, Isaac, 8:4:46-48

Lannay, Anna, 6:2:44,48,50,53-54

Lanterns (San Diego, 1865), 7:3:38

La Paz (Baja California): illustration, 19:3:11; La Casa de la Cultura at, 18:1:12,15; mentioned, 18:1:10,12,14-16; 20:4:27-28; 18:2:4; mission at, 18:1:10,14

La Playa (Pt. Loma): building at, 10:3:36; mentioned, 1:2:17; 5:4:60; 19:4:29,32; Quarantine Station, 4:1:3

LaPointe, George A.: article by, 8:2:1-2

La Presa, 4:2:24 La Punta de los Guijarros. See Ballast Point La Punta Salt, 11.3:40

Larkin, Rita: photograph(s), 12:3:45. See also Wolin, Rita Larkin

Larkins, Pete, 1:3:39

Larkins House, 1:3:39

“Las Encinitas Rancho and ‘Olivenheim’,” by Irene Phillips, 7:3:42-43

Las Flores: 7:3:32; illustration, 7:3:cover

Las Flores Asistencia, 14:3:25

“Las Flores,” by Edgar W. Hebert, 7:3:31-36

Las Juntas, 13:1:40 Las Pulgas, 7:3:31-36 passim

Lassator, James Ruler: biog. sketch, 3:2:20, 21,22,24; mentioned, 5:1:17; 14:3:18; 15:4:32; photograph(s), 3:2:21

Lassator, Sarah, 3:2:18

Lassator Family. See also Mulkins, John Wesley

Lassator-Mulkin Stone House, 3:2:18-24 passim

“Lassator’s in Green Valley,” by Hero Eugene Rensch, 3:2:18-24

Lassator’s Mail Station, 3:2:16

Lassator’s Trail, 3:2:20

Lassepas, Ulises Urbano: article about, 20:4:25-29

Last Man’s Club. See Naval Militia of San Diego

“The Last Pack Train,” by Rudolf Wueste, 1:3:32-35

“The Last of the Padres,” by Edgar W. Hebert, 10:2:15-22

Lasuen, Fermin Francisco de: founds Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, 5:1:14; mentioned, 9:1:12; 15:4:7; 19:1:5

Laughlin House, 17:4:10

Lauterbach, B. J., 20:1:24

Lavender, David: book by, review, 20:1:39-40

Law and Medicine in San Diego: article about, 16:2:4-28. See also Medicine in San Diego

Lawrence, Larry, 12:1:3,13; 17:4:44

Laws of the Indies: Compilation of, 12:3:25; mentioned, 17:4:9

Lawton, Harry W.: book co-introduction by, review, 20:3:70-71

LaZelle, Helen: photograph(s), 18:3:19

Leach’s Opera House, 10:2:27

The League of California Cities, 18:1:3

The League of California Municipalities, 19:1:20

Leamy and Sexton, 19:4:31

Le Batt, Prof., 1:3:36

LeConte, Joseph N.: book by, review, 19:4:62

Lee, Alice: houses of, sketch, 17:4:9

Lee Joseph, 5:3:46-52

Lee, Lawrence B.: article by, 19:1:10-24

Lee, Leslie: mentioned, 16:4:4,8; 19:4:46; photograph(s), 16:4:4; 19:4:43

Lee, Mrs. Leslie: photograph(s), 19:4:43

Lee Transcontinental Highway dedication (San Diego): photograph(s), 17:2:38

Lees, Isaiah, 7:2:28-29

Legaspi, Miguel de, 12:2:7

Leib, Julius: mentioned, 18:3:16,20; photograph(s), 18:3:15

Leib, Robert, 18:3:20

Leigh, Randolph, 18:1:2

Leight, Allen, 20:2:29

Leland Stanford: Man of Many Careers, by Norman E. Tutorow: review, 17:3:25-26

Lelia Byrd: Battle of San Diego and, 6:1:9; illustration, 13:4:18; mentioned, 1:4:48; 5:1:12; 5:4:61

Lemke, Valerie, 11:4:9

Lemonade Berry (Pt. Loma), 4:3:30

Lemon Grove: article about, 4:2:26-27

Lemon Grove Citrus Association, 4:2:26

Lennert, Helen Gooley: article by, 18:3:2224

Leon, Nicolas, 19:2:33-34

The Leonor, 19:2:6,7,9

Leon-Portilla, Miguel: article by, 18:1:1018; 19:3:9-17; book edited by, review, 20:1:46-47

Lesem, Dr. Alex, 14:2:20

Lesley, Dr. Lewis B., 8:1:8; 20:4:21

“Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper” (Hotel del Coronado), 12:1:10

Lester, Leonard, 20:3:13

Lester, Marian Plummer, 20:3:13

“A Letter of 1887 From Germany to Frank Burnham,” 11:2:41

A Letter of Junipero Serra to the Reverend Father Preacher Fray Fermin Francisco de Lasuen: A Bicentennial Discovery, translated and edited by the Reverend Francis J. Weber: review, 17:4:47-48

Letter of Luis Jayme, O.F.M., San Diego, October 17, 1772, translated and edited by Maynard Geiger: review, 17:3:24-25

“A Letter From Serra to Galvez, July 2, 1770,” 13:3:9-15

Letters: covers of: photograph(s), 15:2:18-19,20; postage, 1850, facsimile, 9:1:5

The Letters of Alfred Robinson to the De La Guerra Family of Santa Barbara, 1834-1873, translated and annotated by Maynard Geiger: noted, 19:4:63

Letters From California, 1846-1847. William Robert Garner. Edited With a Sketch of the L~p and Times of’ Their Author, by Donald Munro Craig: review, 18:1:27-28

“The Letters of Thomas Rylan Darnall,” edited by Blaine P. Lamb, 17:1:14-21

Levens, Monroe, 19:4:39

Leverett, Henry, 5:3:50

Levi, Simon: businessman, 5:3:44; mentioned, 19:4:37

Lewis and Clark Expeditions (Charbonneau), 11:2:29-31

Lewis, Henry T.: book by, review, 20:3:70-71

Lewis, Oscar: bks. by, noted, 18:3:34,35

Ley debaldios (1859), 20:4:29

Layva, Clara, 19:4:53

Leyva, Michaela, 19:4:53

Liberal Junta in Los Angeles, 18:3:1,4

The Liberators: Filibustering Expeditions into Mexico, 1848-1862, and the Last Thrust of Manifest Destiny, by Joseph Allen Stout, Jr.: review, 19:4:59

Library, San Diego Public. See San Diego Public Library

Library, Serra Museum. See Serra Museum Library

Lichty, Carleton, 12:1:10

The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth, by Thomas D. Bonner, edited by Delmont R. Oswald: noted, 19:4:63

“Life At The Oriflamme Mine, 1875-1876,” by Gale Sheldon, 3:4:43-47

Life in California, by Alfred Robinson, introduction by Andrew Rolle: noted, 18:3:35; mentioned, 19:2:9-10

Light, Allen B.: article about, 20:2:29-35

Lighthouses, California: description of, 1:4:36; illustration, 1:4:57; 13:3:32; map, 1850, 13:3:26

Lighthouses, San Diego: history, 1:4:43-59 passim; Judge Oliver S. Witherby and, 9:4:55. See also Pt. Loma Lighthouse and Ballast Point Lighthouse

Lighthouses, S. California, 6:1:9

Liljegren, Bob: photograph(s), 7:4:53

Lillard, Richard G.: book co-authored by, review, 19:2:48

Liney: origin of the name, 10:4:47

“Limited San Diego & Imperial Valley Stage,” 18:1:22-23

Linares child, 3:3:36

Lincoln, Abraham: confirmed title of Mission San Diego, 10:2:16; mentioned, 17:2:17; returns San Luis Rey Mission to church

Lincoln School, 18:2:10

Lind, James: illus, 10:4:cover; scurvy and, 10:4:47

Lindbergh, Charles A.: mentioned, 1:1:3; 6:1:30-31; 13:4:64; photograph(s), 13:4:65

Lindbergh Fie1d, 1:1:3

Lindo Lake, 3:1:11

Lindsay, Diana E1aine: article by, 19:4:14-24; article edited by, 19:1:34-42; book by, review, 20:4:44-45

Lines of Demarcation (1529): map, 12:2:8-9; mentioned, 12:2:4,6,7,8,9,13

Linsenmeyer, Helen Walker: book by, review, 19:3:41-42

Lion Clothing Co. Building: photograph(s), 17:4:27

Lippenscott, J. P., 16:2:28

Lisk, Del E., 14:4:38

Lithia Water (Buckman Springs), 4:2:20

Little Lander Colonization Program: Flood of 1916 and, 16:1:19; mentioned, 19:1:23

“Little Red School-House Days in Ramona,” by Rollin Pierce, 6:3:85-87

Little Temecula Rancho, 20:1:28,29,31

Livingston, Mrs. H. M., 18:4:27

Lloyd, R. M., 15:4:32

Lucia, Peter, 15:1:3,4,16,17 Llucia, Vincent, 15:1:10,12

Loaysa, Comdr. Fray Garcia de, 12:2:11,14

Local History (San Diego): article about, 12:3:36-48

“The Location of the Indian Village of Temecula,” by Leland E. Bibb, 18:3:6-11

Lockhead, Mr. (Civil Engineer), 17:2:24,25 Lockling, L. L. & Helen M. (Stonewall Jackson House), 14:2:25

Lockwood, Fred, 16:1:14

Lockwood, Herbert W.: book by, review, 20:2:57 Locomotives (San Diego): No. 4, illustration, 7:1:13; No. 11, photograph(s) on Sorrento Grade, 10:1:11; No. 104, illustration, 2:1:11

Logan, Daniel, 19:2:27

Logan, John A., 18:4:26

Logan Heights, 2:1:12; 18:4:26 Loma: first vessel built in San Diego, 1:4:46

Lomaland: article about, 20:3:1-32

Long Wharf (San Diego), 20:4:2

Long-Waterman House, 17:4:2,44

Loos, Adolf, 17:4:11

Lopez, Bonifacio, 15:1:6,15; 20:3:41

Lopez, Francisco, 5:1:7; 14:3:9; 15:1:6

Lopez, jose Leno, 20:3:41

Lopez, Maria Juliana Josepha, 14:2:7

Lopez de Carrillo, Maria Ygnacia, 19:2:3,6

Lorenzana, Apolinaria, 5:1:21; 14:3:21

Loreto (Baja California): Act of Federation sworn at, 18:1:16-17; mentioned, 18:1:14; 18:2:7; 18:4:4,11,12

Lorini, Dr. R.: house of, 17:4:6-7

Los Angeles: census, 1781, 19:1:4; founding of, 19:1:4,6; mentioned, 12:3:19,20,21, 24; 12:4:20,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30, 31,32,34; 13:1:25,27,34; racial mixture in 1790s, 19:2:35; rivalry with San Diego, 18:3:5,13; 19:1:21-22

Los Angeles and Its Environs in the Twentieth Century. A Bibliography of a Metropolis, edited with introduction by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.: noted, 20:4:55

Los Angeles Railroad, 2:1:3

Los Angeles and San Diego Beach Railway, 7:1:5-6

Los Angeles Star, 20:2:52; 19:4:35

Los Angeles Times, 20:4:34,35; 19:1:15,26

Los Angeles & Tucson Mails, 3:3:33

Los Coches Land Grant, 8:4:46; 14:3:21; 5:1:21

Los Coches Trestle: illustration, 13:4:54

Los Insurrectos 1829 (Echeandia), 6:1:12-13

Los Puertecitos, 5:1:25; 14:3:25

“The Lost Serra Document,” by Ben F. Dixon, 10:3:40-42

Lottinville, Savoie: book co-edited by, review, 19:3:43-44

Lotus Circle, 20:3:11,24,27

“Louis Almgren-Fire Chief: A Taped Interview of Reminiscences,” 11:2:34-39

Louis, E. J., 20:4:3,18

Louis, Isidor, 2:4:45 Lourenco, George, 20:1:20

Love, John A., 19:4:37

Lower Light (The “New” Pt. Loma Lighthouse). See Pt. Loma Lighthouse

Lubrecht, Ida Caroline, 20:4:34

“Luce” (Indian woman), 15:1:12

Luce, Edgar A., 17:2:34

Luce, M. A. (Judge): article by, 3:4:50-51; mentioned, 1:1:7

Lugo, Petra Alcantara, 3:3:37

Lugo, Maria Antonia: portrait, 11:3:6

Luiseno Indians: book about, review, 18:2:16; mentioned, 18:3:6-7,8,10,11. See also Diegueno Indians and Indians

Lummis, Charles, 19:1:11,13,14,15,16; 19:2:33-34; 19:3:4

Lunalilo: bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:26

Lurline, 9:1:6 Lush, Tom, 15:1:12; 20:2:52

Lyman, Stanford M.: review by, 18:2:19-21

Lyon, Nathaniel: 1:2:16; 13:2:9; 14:3:23; portrait, 13:2:9

Lyons, George, 19:4:34; 20:2:52

Lytle, William, 3:2:27-28; 15:1:14

M

McAfee, Ward: review by, 20:3:72

McArthur, Lawrence C., 20:4:16

McCain, David, 3:2:18

McCall, George Archibald: letters from, 20:3:47-51; mentioned, 20:3:46

McConville, John, 1:2:27

McCormick, W. J., 4:2:25

McCown, B. E., 2:4:55; 17:3:7,8,9; 20:1:27

McCoy, Esther, 17:4:3,10

McCoy, Eugene, 18:3:16

McCoy, James: 6:2:66; 7:1:1; 15:1:10 12; photograph(s), 13:2:26

McDean, Harry C.: review by, 20:1:49-50

McDermott, Ashley Thomas: article by, 13:3:26-35; photograph(s), 13:3:26

McDonald, G. W. B., 4:3:38; 18:4:34

McDonald, J. Wade, 20:2:39,40

McDonald’s Lumberyard (San Diego), 2:2:15

McDougall (Postmaster, Escondido), 9:3:30

McDougall Ranch, 9:3:30 McDuff, W. G., 20:1:32

McGraw, Lt. Frank M., 20:1:24

McGrew, Clarence A.: article by, 4:3:36

McGroarty, John Steven: article about, 20:4:33-37

McIntire, John, 20:2:52

McIntosh, Martha K., 18:2:9

McKeen, Samuel F., Jr., 17:4:32

McKeen, William R., 7:1:8-9

McKeen Cars (Railroad Cars), 7:1:8

McKellar, Dr., 20:4:12

McKenzie, Bernard (House of, 1898): photograph(s), 17:4:7

McKenzie, George (House of): photograph(s), 17:4:5

McKenzie, Flint & Winsby Corporation, 17:4:6,8

McKinney, Freeman S., 19:1:36

McKinstry, Elisha W. (Justice), 16:2:6; 20:3:47

McKinstry, Dr. George: diaries, 11:3:37-39; mentioned, 3:2:18,24; 15:1:33; 16:2:6; mother & father of, photograph(s), 11:3:38; 1880, 11:3:39

McLees, Maude L.: article by, 3:3:35

McManus, Mr. (Pt. Loma), 1:4:44

MeMechan Mill, 13:1:17

McMullen, Jerry: article by, 5:3:46-52

McMullen, S. P., 8:4:53

McNair, James, 9:2:17

McNealy, Judge W. T.: portrait, 16:2:15

McShane, Sister Catherine: article by, 15:1:2831; review by, 20:4:52

McWilliams, Carey: book by, review, 18:4:4546; mentioned, 18:4:17; 19:2:35-36; 17:2:28

Mabel Shaw Bridges Music Auditorium (Claremont College), 17:4:29

Macedonio, Alferez, 13:1:39

MacGregor, Margaret, 4:3:29

MacGillivray, Mrs. (Teacher), 15:1:8

Machado, Felicita (Estudillo), 15:1:34

Machado, Federico, 20:1:32,36

Machado, Jesus, 15:1:34

Machado, Jose Manuel: biog. sketch, 15:1:32-35; children of, 15:1:32; mentioned, 5:1:12,13; 14:3:14,15; 20:3:41

Machado, Juan: buys Fort Guijarros, 15:1:32; mentioned, 5:4:61; 6:1:14; 13:4:27; 15:2:26,28,30; 18:3:11; 20:1:30

Machado, Juana (Alipas/Wrightington): 15:1:32-33

Machado, Manuel, 13:4:37; 20:1:32

Machado, Maria Antonia (Wall), 15:1:34

Machado, Maria Guadalupe (Wilder/Smith). 15:1:33-34

Machado, Rafael, 15:1:34; 19:4:9

Machado, Rosa (Stewart): biog. sketch, 15:1:36-37

Machado Family, 5:4:58

“The Machado-Silvas Family,” by Rosemary Masterson, 15:1:32-34

Machado-Stewart Families: geneology, 17561910, 15:1:39

“The Machado-Stewart Family and Their Home,” by Orion M. Zink, 15:1:35-38

Machado House. See Casa de Machado (Mach ado- Stewart)

Machado-Silvas House: photograph(s), 14:3:17

Machell, Reginal: painting by, 20:3:iv

Maciel, David R.: review by, 20:1:41-42

MacKinnon, Duncan: mentioned, 20:1:16-25 passim; photograph(s), 20:1:17

MacMullen, James, 19:1:18,19

MacMullen, Jerry: article by, 3:2:27-28; 5:3:46-52; 7:2:27-29

MacPhail, Elizabeth C.: article by, 17:4:3137; 19:2:21-38; 20:2:1-28; article edited by, 18:4:28-35; review by, 16:3:31; 20:4:46-48

“Luce” (Indian woman), 15:1:12

Luce, Edgar A., 17:2:34

Luce, M. A. (Judge): article by, 3:4:50-51; mentioned, 1:1:7

Lugo, Petra Alcantara, 3:3:37

Lugo, Maria Antonia: portrait, 11:3:6

Luiseno Indians: book about, review, 18:2:16; mentioned, 18:3:6-7,8,10,11. See also Diegueno Indians and Indians

Lummis, Charles, 19:1:11,13,14,15,16; 19:2:33-34; 19:3:4

Lunalilo: bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:26

Lurline, 9:1:6 Lush, Tom, 15:1:12; 20:2:52

Lyman, Stanford M.: review by, 18:2:19-21

Lyon, Nathaniel: 1:2:16; 13:2:9; 14:3:23; portrait, 13:2:9

Lyons, George, 19:4:34; 20:2:52

Lytle, William, 3:2:27-28; 15:1:14

M

McAfee, Ward: review by, 20:3:72

McArthur, Lawrence C., 20:4:16

McCain, David, 3:2:18

McCall, George Archibald: letters from, 20: 3:47-51; mentioned, 20:3:46

McConville, John, 1:2:27

McCormick, W. J., 4:2:25

McCown, B. E., 2:4:55; 17:3:7,8,9; 20:1: 27

McCoy, Esther, 17:4:3,10

McCoy, Eugene, 18:3:16

McCoy, James: 6:2:66; 7:1:1; 15:1:10 12; photograph(s), 13:2:26

McDean, Harry C.: review by, 20:1:49-50

McDermott, Ashley Thomas: article by, 13:3:26-35; photograph(s), 13:3:26

McDonald, G. W. B., 4:3:38; 18:4:34

McDonald, J. Wade, 20:2:39,40

McDonald’s Lumberyard (San Diego), 2:2:15

McDougall (Postmaster, Escondido), 9:3:30

McDougall Ranch, 9:3:30

McDuff, W. G., 20:1:32

McGraw, Lt. Frank M., 20:1:24

McGrew, Clarence A.: article by, 4:3:36

McGroarty, John Steven: article about, 20:4:33-37

McIntire, John, 20:2:52

McIntosh, Martha K., 18:2:9

McKeen, Samuel F., Jr., 17:4:32

McKeen, William R., 7:1:8-9

McKeen Cars (Railroad Cars), 7:1:8

McKellar, Dr., 20:4:12

McKenzie, Bernard (House of, 1898): photograph(s), 17:4:7

McKenzie, George (House of): photograph(s), 17:4:5

McKenzie, Flint & Winsby Corporation, 17:4:6,8

McKinney, Freeman S., 19:1:36

McKinstry, Elisha W. (Justice), 16:2:6; 20:3:47

McKinstry, Dr. George: diaries, 11:3:37-39; mentioned, 3:2:18,24; 15:1:33; 16:2:6; mother & father of, photograph(s), 11:3:38; 1880, 11:3:39

McLees, Maude L.: article by, 3:3:35

McManus, Mr. (Pt. Loma), 1:4:44

MeMechan Mill, 13:1:17

McMullen, Jerry: article by, 5:3:46-52 McMullen, S. P., 8:4:53

McNair, James, 9:2:17

McNealy, Judge W. T.: portrait, 16:2:15

McShane, Sister Catherine: article by, 15:1:2831; review by, 20:4:52

McWilliams, Carey: book by, review, 18:4:4546; mentioned, 18:4:17; 19:2:35-36; 17:2:28

Mabel Shaw Bridges Music Auditorium (Claremont College), 17:4:29

Macedonio, Alferez, 13:1:39

MacGregor, Margaret, 4:3:29

MacGillivray, Mrs. (Teacher), 15:1:8

Machado, Felicita (Estudillo), 15:1:34

Machado, Federico, 20:1:32,36

Machado, Jes6s, 15:1:34

Machado, jose Manuel: biog. sketch, 15:1:32-35; children of, 15:1:32; mentioned, 5:1:12,13; 14:3:14,15; 20:3:41

Machado, Juan: buys Fort Guijarros, 15:1:32; mentioned, 5:4:61; 6:1:14; 13:4:27; 15:2:26,28,30; 18:3:11; 20:1:30

Machado, Juana (Alipas/Wrightington): 15:1:32-33

Machado, Manuel, 13:4:37; 20:1:32

Machado, Maria Antonia (Wall), 15:1:34

Machado, Maria Guadalupe (Wilder/Smith). 15:1:33-34

Machado, Rafael, 15:1:34; 19:4:9

Machado, Rosa (Stewart): biog. sketch, 15:1:36-37

Machado Family, 5:4:58

“The Machado-Silvas Family,” by Rosemary Masterson, 15:1:32-34

Machado-Stewart Families: geneology, 17561910, 15:1:39

“The Machado-Stewart Family and Their Home,” by Orion M. Zink, 15:1:35-38

Machado House. See Casa de Machado (Machado-Stewart)

Machado-Silvas House: photograph(s), 14:3:17

Machell, Reginal: painting by, 20:3:iv

Maciel, David R.: review by, 20:1:41-42

MacKinnon, Duncan: mentioned, 20:1:16-25 passim; photograph(s), 20:1:17

MacMullen, James, 19:1:18,19

MacMullen, Jerry: article by, 3:2:27-28; 5:3:46-52; 7:2:27-29

MacPhail, Elizabeth C.: article by, 17:4:3137; 19:2:21-38; 20:2:1-28; article edited by, 18:4:28-35; review by, 16:3:31; 20:4:46-48

Masonic Lodge No. 35, 14:3:23; 15:1:7,8, 10,14,15; 19:4:27,31,33-34,37,38,39; 20:3:35,55

Masons (San Diego), 2:2:25; 8:4:55-57; 9:2:26; 17:1:14,16

Mason Street School: mentioned, 5:1:25; 15:1:8; 13:1:8,10; 14:3:24; 19:2:15,16,19; photograph(s), ca. 1869, 13:1:10; photograph(s), ca. 1900, 19:2:16

Massachusetts Second Cavalry Volunteers, 7:2:26-27

Massey, James C., 17:4:39,40

Masshat and Cantwell’s National Iron Works, 2:1:2

Masterson, Rosemary: article by, 15:1:32-34 Matagorda (steamer), 3:2:28

Mater Dolorosa (Bell), 10:2:20

The Mathematics of the Cosmic Mind (Plummer), 20:3:13

Mathes, W. Michael: article by, 18:2:1-7; 19:3:1-8; 20:4:30-32; letter to the ed., 18:2:23; review by, 18:3:28-29; 18:4:38-39; 19:3:42-43; 20:1:46-47

“Matthew Sherman: Pioneer San Diegan,” by Clare Crane, 18:4:22-27

“Matthew Sherman’s First Home in New San Diego,” by Rurik Kallis, 18:4:36-37

Maury, Lt. Matthew, 5:2:32

Maxey, A. E., 15:4:32

Maxey, Asher, 20:2:52

Maxwell, George B., 2:4:51; 19:1:12,16

Maxwell, Ruth, 18:1:23

May Company, (Mission Valley), 17:2:23

Maydole, J. E., 4:2:22

Mayer, Elizabeth Churchill (Mrs. A. G. Spalding), 20:3:11,17,24

Mayhofer, Albert V., 19:4:38

Maytorena, Jose Jesus, 18:1:16,17

Mazatlan, 18:2:4

Mead, Elwood, X I 10:1:12,13,15,16

Mead, Francis H., 20:2:6,12,20

Mead, Frank, 17:4:10

Medicine in San Diego: cures in San Diego Union, fac. p., 16:2:11; 1899, 6:3:7780; eucalyptus cures, 16:4:l5; legal history, article about, 16:3:4-28; types in San Diego, 1853, 10:3:36; wonder drugs, fac. adv. for, 16:2:12

Mehren, Peter: article by, 18:2:8-14; 18:3:12-21; mentioned, 18:3:35

Meier, Matt S.: book co-edited by, noted, 18:4:50; 20:4:56; review by, 20:2:54-55

Mellus, Frank, 17:2:10

Mellus, Henry, 17:2:10

Mellville, Robert J., 9:3:36,38,40,41

Memmi, Albert, 18:4:20

“Memories of Grandmother Sherman,” by Frances Augusta Sloane, 18:4:35

Men and Whales at Scammon’s Lagoon, by David A. Henderson: review, 19:3:42-43

Mencke, Earl, 20:4:12

Mendel, Gregor Johann, 17:3:14,15

Mendoza, Antonio de, 11:1:1,3,4,5; 12:2:12, 14; 19:3:2

Mendoza, Antonio, 18:2:1

Mendoza, Juan, 20:1:8

Menedez, Antonio, 19:2:3-4,10

Mercado, Josefa Sal de, 19:2:3

Mercantile (Restaurant), 2:4:44

Mercer, A. S., 11:1:23

Merchants National Bank: photograph(s), ca. 1904, X 1:3:44

Merchant Vessels in San Diego, 5:3:46

Mercy Hospital, 10:2:20. See also St. Joseph’s Hospital

Mergen, Mrs. J. Francis: photograph(s), 14:4:31

Merriam, John C., 19:4:15

Merritt, Ezekiel, 19:4:4 Merry, Capt. T. B., 16:4:15

Mesa Grande, 15:2:10

Mesa Junior College (San Diego), XIVA:25, 32

Messer (Owner of the ten stamp mill), 13: 1:16

Metal Uniform Insignias of the Frontier U.S. Army, 1846-1902, by Sidney B. Brinckerhoff: noted, 19:2:51

Metropolitan Aqueduct: map, 13:4:68

Mexican-American Youth: Forgotten Youth at the Crossroads, by Celia Heller, 18:4:15

Mexican-Americans: article about, 18:4:1422; in California, 19:1:1-9,26-27; prejudice against, 19:2:10,11; 19:3:27

Mexican Period in California, 11:3:1-14 “The Mexican Republic,” 18:3:4

“The Mexican Treaty, The Military, Railroads and Politics,” by Thomas Hart Benton, excerpted by Helen Gohres, 18:2:34

The Mexican War: Changing Interpretations, edited by Odic B. Faulk and Joseph A. Stout; ni td., 20:1:53

Mexico: and the Southern California Boundary Survey, 19:3:18-31 passim; Battle of San Gabriel, 14:2:15; border duty in 1914, photograph(s), 9:2:19; cession of 1848, 17:1:3; congress, 12:3:6,7,8; Constitution of 1824, 12:3:6,8,10,11,12,13,24; 1846 war with the U.S., 19:4:1-13; federalists, 1911, photograph(s), 5:4:66; federals at Tecate, 4:2:25; government of, 14:2:8; Henry Crabb in, 19:1:34-42; Libera1 Party, 18:3:1-2,4; 19:1:27; Maderista Revolution in, 18:3:1-5; 19:1:27-28; National Archives of, 14:4:10,15; period of California history, 11:3:1-14; 14:4:21; ranchos of, 14:4:12,13; relocation of Japanese during World War II, 18:1:2, 5; Republic of, 14:4:11; 15:4:13,14; revolution, article about, 18:3:1-5; 14:4:I l,34; revolutionaries in Baja California, 19:1:26-28; soldiers, uniforms of 1830’sl840’s, illustration, 15:4:10; trade with San Diego, 1850, 10:1:6; vaquero, illustration, 11:1:cover; War, 10:3:29,30; 15:4:11; 19:3:19. See also Baja California

Mexico (steamer), 3:2:27

Mexico City, 18:4:6

Mexico and the Old Southwest: People, Palaver, and Places, by Haldeen Braddy: noted, 17:4:50

Meyers, William H.: illustration by, 19:4:1,7,8

Meyler, Capt. Capt. J. J., VA:62

Meza, Carmen Stewart, 15:1:37

Micheltorena, Manuel: cholos of 6:1:15-16; Gov. of Calif., 6:1:15-16; mentioned, 12:4:32; 13:4:29,30; 20:1:28,29; portrait, 13:4:29

Middlebrook, R.P.: article by, 7:1:1-13; 10:1:8-13; article co-authored by, 2:1:1-3

The Mighty Sierra: Portrait of a Mountain World, by Paul Webster: review, 18:4:43

Milquatai, 13:1:40

Military Area No. 1, 18:1:1,4,7,8

Military in San Diego: after World War I, 6:1:30; 11:3:34-35; during World War II, 6:1:32; 1795, 1:1:3; San Diego Barracks, article about, 1:2:15-23; turn of the century, 6:1:29

“Military Posts in San Diego, 1852,” by Robert W. Frazer, 20:3:44-52

“A Military View of San Diego in 1847, Four Letters from Colonel Jonathan D. Stevenson to Governor Richard B. Mason,” edited by Charles Hughes, 20:3:33-43

Miller, E. H., 9:1:15,16,17

Miller, Joaquin, 2:2:22

Miller, Ronald L.: article by, 19:2:1-13

Miller, Sarah, 5:3:50

Milliken, Gerald, 7:1:12

Mills, James: article by, 1:4:43-47; 2:2:24-26; 2:3:41; 3:3:33-3S; 4:3:29-32; 6:1:137; 14:1:4-73; biog. sketch, 13:4:3; curator of Serra Museum, 5:2:39; photograph(s), 13:4:3

Mills, John S., 19:1:22

Mineral water, 4:2:24; 4:4:54

Miners: illustration, 4:3:37; 9:3:35; Julian, 17:1:6-8,9

Miner’s Cabin: photograph(s), 13:1:16

Mines: Arizona, Oxford, 13:1:23; Chariot, Ranchita, Alvina, 13:1:24; Julian, 13:1:12; Stonewall, 13:1:24; turquoise, 13:1:27. See also under individual names

Mines of Julian, by Helen Ellsberg: review, 18:4:42

Mines and Quarries of the Indians of California, by Robert F. Heizer and Adan E. Treganza: noted, 18:4:50

Mining: Julian-Banner, 3:4:43,44,45,46, 47; San Diego Counity, 5:2:40

Minneapolis Cafe (San Diego), 20:2:11

“Minor Maritime Disaster, by Bill Virden, 6:4:101-102

Minter, George, 1:4:52

Minter, John, 5:4:59; 15:1:33

Minter, Scrafina, 1:4:48

Minter’s Ranch, 7:2:23-25

“The Missions of Alta California,” by John T. Doyle [reprint from The Century Magazine], 11:2:1-15

Mission Architecture, 17:4:2,21,29

Mission Bay (False Bay): contest for name, 1:3:41; mentioned, 1:1:3; 19:4:30; 20:4:14, 20; photograph(s), 13:4:72; 20:4:15

Mission Bay Yacht Club, 20:4:15-16

The Mission Bells of California (Walsh), 19:2:10-11

Missions of California: chrono1ogy, 15:4:16; daily routine, 15:4:8-9; fathers of, 12:3:5,14; founding of, 15:4:7; secularization, 11:2:12-13; 15:4:3-16. See also under individual names

Mission Cliff Gardens, 2:1:8; 13:4:56

Mission Dam, 14:3:6; 17:2:18

Mission Flume, 5:1:4

Mission Las Flores: illustration, 13:1:42

Mission Nuestra Senora de Loreto, 18:2:7

Mission Nuestra Senora del Pilar de La Paz, 18:1:10, 14

Mission Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de la Frontera, 17:2:4

Mission Play (McGroarty), 20:4:35

Mission San Antonio de Padua: illustration, 11:2:4

Mission San Antonio de Padua, by Fr. Zephyrin Engelhardt, O.F.M.: noted, 19:l:50-51

Mission San Buenaventura: illustration, 10:1:5; 11:2:5; mentioned, 12:4:24,25; 13:3:20; photograph(s), 12:4:25; 13:3:21

Mission San Carlos Borromeo, 9:1:12,13; 11:2:7

Mission San Diego de Alcaia: Baptismal Register, fac. p., 13:4:17; deterioration of, photograph(s), 15:4:6; founded, 5:1:15; 6:1:7; ground plans for, 13:4:18; illustration, 11:2:1; 13:4:16; 19:3:21; in 1848, illustration, 13:4:21; in 1849, 19:3:20-21; in 1852, illustration, 20:3:44; in 1853, illustration, 6:1:5; in 1858, illustration, 12:3:cover; in 1883, illustration, 13:4:21; in 1885, photograph(s), 5:1:15; in 1931, photograph(s), 12:3:42; Indian name, 1:1:2; Indian revolt at in 1775, 2:3:29; 19:4:S4; life at, 6:1:8; mentioned, 9:3:29, 30; 10:2:16; 13:1:40,42; 12:3:8,22,30, 42; 13:4:lS,16; 13:2:7; 13:3:24; 14:3:17; 14:4:6,8,9,19,34; 15:3:4; 20:3:45,47,48,49-50; military post, 1:2:17; moved, 6:1:8; restoration, 1:1:2; olive grove at, photograph(s), 15:4:12; outdoor miniature, photograph(s), 13:4:21; 14:3:20

Mission San Fernando: illustration, 11:2:9

Mission San Francisco de Borja: death records, photograph(s), 12:4:14

Mission San Francisco Solano, 11:2:8

Mission San Gabriel: illustration, 11:2:8; mentioned, 13:4:26; 12:3:19; 13:2:4

Mission San Juan Bautista, 9:1:12-13; 10:2:15

Mission San Juan Capistrano: illustration, 11:2: 10-11; mentioned, 12:3:8,22; 14:4:8

Mission San Juan Evangelista, 20:4:35

Mission San Jose: illustration, 11:2:3

Mission San Luis Rey: article about, 11:3:1525; illustration, 5:l:cover; 11:2:12-13; 13:2:18; in 1890, photograph(s), 11:3:17; in 1893, photograph(s), 11:3:19; in 1905, photograph(s), 11:3:21; mentioned, 5:1:14; 9:2:26,30; 12:3:8,22,30; 13:4: 27; 14:3:16; 14:4:8; 18:3:7,9,10; 20:1:3,4,5,10,27; 20:3:35-41 passim, 45; rebuilding of, 11:3:16-23; sunken gardens & lavenderia, photograph(s), 11:3:22

Mission San Luis Obispo: illustration, 11:2:13; mentioned, 13:3:20; photograph(s), 13:3:20

Mission San Miguel Archangel: illustration, 11:2:6; mentioned, 13:1:42; photograph(s), 13:1:39

Mission San Vicente, 13:1:42

Mission Santa Barbara: i11us., 11:2:7

Mission Santa Catarina, 13:1:42

Mission Santa Gertrudis, 12:4:14,15

Mission Santa Ynes: illustration, 11:2:14

Mission Santa Ysabel: illustration, 13:1:40; 13:4:20; mentioned, 5:1:18; 13:4:19; 14: 3:19; 19:3:21-22; photograph(s), 19:3:23

Mission Santo Tomas, 13:1:42

Mission Todos Santos, 18:1:14

“The Mission of Ulises Urbano Lassepas to Baja California,” by David Pinera Ramirez, translated by Ronald R. Young, 20:4: 25-29

Mission Valley: in 1874, photograph(s), 17:2:16; in 1961, photograph(s), 17:2:23; mentioned, 2:4:53; 13:4:15,33,54; 15:3:4; 17:2:14-27

Mission Valley Flood Control, 17:2:23-25

Mission Valley Golf Club, 17:2:22

Mission Valley Improvement Association, 17:2:19,22

Mission Va11ey Oil Enterprise Co., 17:2: 21

Mission Valley Water Works: in 1906, photograph(s), 17:2:19

Mitchell, Alfred R.: article about, 19:4:42-50; list of paintings by, 19:4:48-49; paintings by, 19:4:cover,7,42; photograph(s), 16:4: 4,5

Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E.: photograph(s), 19:4:43

Mitchell, D. C., 20:4:16

Mitchell House (Elks Club), 17:4:10

Mixton War (Nueva Galicia), 19:3:2

Modell, John: book edited by, review, 20:4:48-51

Moeller, Beverley Bowen: book by, review, 19:3:47

Mofras, M. Duflot de, 17:2:16

Mohn, Dr., 20:3:23-24

Mohn, Irene, 20:3:23-24

Moliner, Fr. John, 5:1:1; 10:2:16; 14:3:5

Moluccas, 12:2:2,3,4,6,7,9,11,12,13,15

Monaghan, Jay: book by, review, 20:1:48-49

Monarquia Indiana, 18:2:6

Moncada, Capt. Fernando Rivera y. See Rivera y Moncada, Capt. Fernando

Monkey Hill, 15:2:10

Montecito School, 6:3:86

Monterey: church of San Carlos, photograph(s), 13:3:13; mentioned, 12:3:9,10,11,12,13,15, 16,17,20,23,24,25; 12:4:19,24,26,28,30, 31,34; 20:3:37,47,48,49; Royal Chapel of, photograph(s), 13:3:12; site of Calif. State Convention in 1849, 10:1:1,2,4; site of Fr. Serra’s landing place, illustration, 11:2:2

Monterey Bay, 18:2:4,5,6

Monterey Presidio, 13:3:20

Monterrey, Conde de, 18:2:4,5,6

Montesclaros, Marques de, 18:2:6

Montesillo, 4:3:31

Montezuma (Cable Car), 2:1:9

Montezuma Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum): photograph(s), 8:2:9B

“The Montezuma House,” slkrn. by Guillermo Acevedo, 16:3:cover

Montezuma Villa. See Villa Montezuma

Montgomery, Jim, 14:3:26

Montgomery, John J., 1:1:3; 14:3:26

Montgomery, Zach, 10:2:20

Montgomery Memorial State Park: mentioned, 14:3:26, photograph(s), 14:3:27

Monument City, 18:4:34

Moody, Wi11iam, 20:1:29-30

Moon, William H., 2:4:52

Moore, Benjamin, 5:4:67, 19:4:9

Moore, Bertram B.: article by, 1:3:39; 2:2:2627; 4:1:8-10; illustration, 6:2:64

Moore, Walter P., 16:1:14

Mora, Francis, 10:2:17,19,20; 11:3:19

Moraga, Vicente, 20:1:29

Moran, Reid: review by, 20:1:42

Morena, jose, 14:2:14

Morena Dam: flood of 1916 and 1:3:32-35; 16:1:18-21; photograph(s), 16:1:20

Moreno, Bishop Garcia Diego y, 12:4:28, 29

Moreno, Jesfns, 12:4:37

Moreno, Matias: murder of Gen. Castro, 4:1:10; mentioned, 14:3:10; obit., 4:1:10; secretary to Pio Pico, 5:1:7

Moreno, Prudenciana, 5:1:7; 14:3:10

Morgan, Addison, 9:2:20

Morgan (County Coroner), 20:2:40-41

Morgan, Edmund S.: book by, review, 17:4: 49

Morgan, Marion, 11:3:28

Morgan, Neil: book by, noted, 19:1:50; review by, 19:3:40-41

Morgan, Tom, 4:2:17,18

Morganstern, A. J., 20:1:21,22

Moriarty, James R.: article by, 11:1:1-19; 11: 4:37-42; 12:2:1-16; 13:3:7-25; 17:1: 22-28; article co-authored by, 15:4:3-16; photograph(s), 13:3:7; 15:4:4

Morin, E1izabeth, 12:2:23

Mormon Battalion: Charbonneau and, 11:2:32; Cooke and, 1:2:15; in San Diego, 6:1:19-20; mentioned, 2:4:53; 5:1:5,18,22, 26; 1:4-.68; 13:4:37; 15:3:21; 17:1:24; 19:2:22; 20:2:45; 20:3:33-34 passim; soldiers of, monument to, 20:3:36; women of, historical marker, photograph(s), 14:3:10. See also San Pasqual, Battle of

Mormons: boundary debate, 10:1:6

Morner, 19:2:33,36

“Morning on the Bay,” painting by Alfred Mitchell, 19:4:cover

Morris, Charley, 10:2:18 Morris, L. L., 20:3:58

Morris, Capt. Robert, 7:4:49

Morris, William, 17:4:11

Morrison, Murray, 6:2:66

Morse, Ephraim W.: Darnall and, 17:1:14,16; Horton House, 2:2:15; mentioned, 4:36,38; 6:1:21; 13:2:22,23,24,30,31,38, 39; 17:4:36; 18:4:26; 19:2:16-17; 19:4:34; 20:2:52; mining and, 3:4:43, 44-47; 13:1:10,11; photograph(s), 3:4:45; 13:1:17; 13:4:42; 19:2:14; pioneer of San Diego Gas & Electric, 2:3:33; Pt. Loma Oak trees, 4:3:29; Temecula Indians, 15:2:27; Thomas Whaley and, 6:2:5253

Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim W.: photograph(s), 13:1:17

Morse, Mary C. (Walker): article about, 19:2:14-20; article by, 7:3:36-38; 13:1:8-22; charities, 11:1:37; photograph(s), 13:1:8

Morse, Philip, 6:4:98; 19:2:32

Morse, Whaley, Dalton building, 6:2:70

Mosby, Jack 4:2:25

Moses Bendigo, 20:3:56-57

Moss, James, 17:4:44

Mother Goose Parade, 8:4:46

Mound House, 10:1:8

Mount Hope Cemetery, 18:4:24,27

Mount Rubidoux, 20:4:35

Mountain, Margaret and John, 17:4:32, 37

Mountain Men. See under individual names

The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West, edited by Leroy R. Hafen: md., 19:2:50

Mountain Springs: article about, 1:3:39; Joe Stancliff & Pete Larkins, 1:3:39

Mountain Springs Grade: dedication, 1913, photograph(s), 17:2:32; mentioned, 1:3:39; 17:2:32-35; photograph(s), 18:1:20

Mountain Springs Store & Stage Store: photograph(s), 18:1:22

Mouren, Peter, 20:1:32,36

Mugartegui, Fr. Pablo de, 3:3:36-37

Muhl, Mrs. Elmer, 20:4:12

Mule Driver: illustration, 18:4:7

Mule Hill: mentioned, 13:1:12; 14:3:22; 19:4:10; photograph(s), 5:1:23; 13:4:39. See also San Pasqual, Battle of

Mulkins, Andrew, 3:2:20,21,22

Mulkin, Jane, 3:2:22

Mulkins, John Wesley, 3:2:21

Mulkins, Lodusky, 3:2:22

Mulkins, Sarah, 3:2:22

Mulkins Family, See Lassator, James Ruler

Muller, Jane Hill, 17:1:16

Mumford, Lewis, 17:4:16

Mundy, Talbot, 20:3:22

Municipal Airport, 1:1:3. See also Lindbergh Field

Municipal Pier, 20:2:23

Munier Home, 5:2:41

Munz, Dr. Philip, 19:4:22

Murgen, Mrs. Francis, 19:4:55

Murphy, Grant & Company, 2:2:16

Murray, Governor, 20:4:41

Murray, John, 8:4:52, See also Wilson, Charles

Murray, Preston, 13:1:27,28

Murrieta, Juan: mentioned, 20:1:31,32; ranchhouse of, photograph(s), 20:1:32

Murrieta, Joaquin, 10:2:18

Murrieta, Calif., 20:1:37

Murtha, 15:1:10

Museum of Man (San Diego), 9:4:52,5455; 19:4:55; 20:1:19

Museum of Natural History (San Diego): facade, photograph(s), 17:4:24; mentioned, 17:4:24; mentioned, 17:4:24

Mussey Grade, 4:2:22

Mustain, Lottie Stewart (Mrs. Leo), 2:2:25; 15:1:37,38

Mut, Jos&, 10:2:19

“Mutton Chops And a Round,” by Herbert C. Hensley, 2:4:43-48

Myer, Dillon S.: book by, review, 18:4:47-49

Myers, Jack, 20:2:16

Myers Canyon (Imperial County), 17:2:32

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“Naar Californie,” “Naar Californie I,” and “Naar Californie II,” by Hugo de Vries: mentioned, 17:3:15

Narrative of Four Voyages to the South Sea and North and South Pacific Ocean From the Year 1822 to 1831, by Benjamin Morrell Jr., mentioned, 4:4:43

Narvaez, Panfnlo de, 19:3:1

Nasatir, Dr. Abraham P.: article by, 12:3:3650; 13:1:33-45; dedication to, 3:2:5; mentioned, 13:1:33; photograph(s), 12:4:11; 13:2:5; review by, 18:3:29-30; 20:3:71-72

Nash, Joseph: mentioned, 13:2:31; 15:4:37; 18:4:33; photograph(s), 13:2:33

Nash, Roderick: review, by, 19:4:62

Nathan, H., 18:1:2

National Avenue Bridge, 20:4:11

National Cemetery, 5:4:66-67. See also Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery

National City: article about, 8:3:31-43; eucalyptus trees and, 16:4:13-14; first church, 9:2:27; in 1880’s, photograph(s), 8:3:39; mentioned, 18:1:3; railroad shops at, photograph(s), 8:3:35; photograph(s), 8:3:cover, 41; water works, photograph(s), 8:3:37

National City Defense Council, 18:1:2

National City & Otay Railway, 2:1:2; 4:2:.23-25; 7:1:1

National City Reduction Plant, 5:2:40

“Nation City in Review,” by Irene Phillips, 8:3:31-43

National Guard Armory, 1:2:22

National Guard of California. See Naval Militia of California

National Guard of San Diego. See Naval Militia of San Diego

National Irrigation Association, 19:1:12

National Naval Volunteers, 4:2:21,22

National Quarries (Escondido), 20:3:64,65

National Steel and Shipbuilding Corporation, 6:l:34

National University of Mexico, Instituto de Investigaciones Historicas, 18:1:10,12

“Native of Arica: Requiem for a Don,” (Juan Bandini) by Katherine Wagner, 17:2:3-13

Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West, 19:3:4

Native Sons of the Golden West, 9:2:18; 18:1:7

Natural Gas (San Diego), 2:3:37

Naval Electronics Laboratory, 5:4:65

Naval Militia of San Diego: article about, 9:2:15-22; Last Man’s Club, 9:2:22; Maori Ring, 9:2:21; photograph(s), 9:2:21

Navarro Garcia, Luis, 18:4:4-5; 19:2:34

Navegacion Especulativa, y Practica 18:2:7

Navidad (Mexico), 18:2:l,2,4

Navy Militia Armory, 20:4:5

N. C. & 0. Railway Train: on Sweetwater Bridge, illustration, 4:2:23; photograph(s), 8:3:41

Neal, George, 7:1:1; 15:1:12

Nebo, Mount: photograph(s) in 1897 & 1907, 8:4:47

Negrete, Francisco Xavier Castillo, 17:2:7

The Negro Jubilee Singers, 18:3:15

Negroes in California: brought in slavery, 9:1:1,4,5,6; education of, 19:2:18-19; laws against, 19:2:18-19; treatment of, 19:2:15-20

Negroes in San Diego: article about, 19:2:1420; 20:2:29-35

Neill, Rev. S. J., 20:3:17,27

Neill-Hohn, Isabel, 20:3:23-24

Neither Separate Nor Equal: Race and Racism in California, edited by Roger Olmsted and Charles Wollenberg: noted, 18:4:50

Nelson, George W.: article by, 1:3:37-38

Nelson, Oliver N., 18:3:4

Nerney, Thomas Alexis; photograph(s), 9:2:cover; San Diego Naval Militia and, 9:2:15,16, 17,20,22

Nesmith, Thomas: 3:1:3

The Netherlands Botanical Society, 17:3:13

Neve, Don Felipe de, 12:3:25; 13:3:21; 14:2:10; 19:1:4-5

Never Backward: The Autobiography of Lawrence Oliver, A Portuguese-American, by Lawrence Oliver, edited by Rita Larkin Wolin: reviewed, 19:3:46-47

New England Society (San Diego), 19:1:22

New Express Company, 4:3:40

New Lake, 19:3:24

New Mexico: colonization of, 19:1:1; early social structure of, 19:2:37-39

New Perspectives on Chicano History, 18:4:15

New River, 19:3:24

New San Diego: in 1867, photograph(s), 20:2:5; in l870, photograph(s), 6:1:13; mentioned, 13:2:8; 18:4:23,24,28,31,33,34,36,37; 20:2:2; 20:3:46,47-49 passim; 20:4:39-40; photograph(s), 13:4:46; plan of, map, 13:2:19; saloons in 1870, 11:1:42. See also New Town and San Diego

New San Diego Barracks: illustration, 20:3:44. See also San Diego Barracks

New San Diego Depot, 1:2:15-18

New San Diego Hotel: illustration, 2:2:27; in 1874, photograph(s), 17:4:35; mentioned, 1:2:16; 2:2:26; 17:4:3l; 18:4:32; photograph(s), 13:2:30

“New San Diego’s Finest Hotel-In 1867,” by Bertram B. Moore, 2:2:26-27

New Town: Davis’ Folly, 1:2:17; first building at, 2:2:26-27; layout and construction, 6:1:2l; mentioned, 1:2:l7; 6:2:64-70; 17:4:3134; 20:3:46; re-birth of, 13:4:45

New York Volunteers, 20:3:35

New Zealand, 19:2:27-29

Newell, Frederick, 19:1:l 2,16,17

Newlands, Francis, 19:1:12,16,18

Newman, Jacob, 19:4:35,36

Newman, Matilda (Rose), 19:4:36-37

Newmark, Harris, book by, noted, 18:2:21

Newmark, Marco R.: book co-edited by, noted, 18:2:21

Newmark, Maurice H.: book co-edited by, noted, 18:2:21

“A Newspaper Checklist for San Diego,” 11:4:43-45

Newspapers in San Diego. See San Diego Herald and San Diego Union

Newton, Willis, 20:1:20

The Nicaragua Route, by David I. Folkman, Jr., 19:1:51

Nichols, Gail, 17:4:6

Nichols, Jerry, 6:3:88

Nickerson, Thomas, 3:4:50

Nico1as, Marius, 20:1:32

Nidever, George, 20:2:31,32

Nielsen, Carl, 2:1:11

Nieto, Alferez, 19:2:7

Nieto, Man ue1 Perez, X 9:1:7

“Nigger Nate.” See Harrison,

Nathan Nimmo, E. Herbert, 16:1:16,17

“90 Years in San Diego: The Story of K1auber Wangenheim Co.” by Allan S. Klauber, 5:3:43-45

Ning Po: article about, 4:4:50-53; photograph(s), 4:4:51

Nipaguay (Indian Village), 1:1:2; 6:1:8; 5:1:15; 13:4:16

Nissen, John E., 20:4:16

“No. 355,” by Winifred Davidson, 1:4:48-49

Noell, Charles P., 14:4:36; 19:4:37; 20:2:52

Nolen, John, 8:2:1B,2B; 15:3:10-1 1; 15:4:40,41; 17:2:29; 17:4:23

Nolte, Linda M. Pearce: article by, 20:4:1-24

Norgaard, Victor A., 11:1:29 Norma1 School (1895), 17:4:3

North America (steamer), 16:2:36-38

North America Divided: The Mexican War, 1846-1848, by Seymour V. Connor and Odic B. Faulk: review, 19:2:45-46

North House (San Diego), 20:3:17

North Hubbard Mining Company, 9:4:48

North Island (San Diego), 2:3:40; 5:4:65; 11:3:34,48; XI 1:1:5

Northwest Coast Indians, 20:2:31

Norton, D. C., 20:1:36 Norwalk Lock Company, 18:4:37

Notes of a Military Reconnaissance . . . (Emory): lithograph from, 10:3:cover

“Notes on Our Ocean Transportation,” by Rufus K. Porter, 3:3:40-41

Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in 1792, by Jose Mariano Mozino, translated and edited by Iris Higbie Wilson: review, 17:4:46-47

Noyo: mentioned, 6:4:101-102; photograph(s), 6:4:101

Nueva California, 18:4:12. See also Alta California

Nunis, Doyce B.: book edited by, noted, 20:4:55; bks. edited by, review, 18:1:30-31; 18:2:17-18; book narrated by, review, 18:4:39; review by, 20:1:45-46

Nuttall, Donald A.: review by, 20:1:39-40

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Oak Grove Park, 20:4:35

Oak Grove Stage Station, 5:1:23; 14:3:23

Oakland, Warren, 20:3:68

Oath, Act of Federation, 18: 1:16-17

O’Brien, Bob 0.: review by, 18:4:44-45

O’Cain (American Captain), 14:2:7

Occupational Titles (San Diego City Directories), 2:4:50

Ocean Beach: 1908, photograph(s), 17:2:29

Ocean to Ocean Highway Association, 17:2:31

Oceanside, California, 20:2:41

Oceanside Paper (1885): 10:1:10

Ochoa, Victor: illustration by, 18:4:17

O’Crouley, Pedro Alonso: book by, review, 19:2:49

Odd Fellows Lodge No. 153 (San Diego), 19:4:34

Odens, Peter: book by, review, 19:1:47

Oenothera (Evening Primrose), 17:3:14

O’Farrell, Fred: photograph(s), 20:2:40

Office of Facts and Figures, 18:1:5

“Official Correspondence of the First Alcalde and Ayuntarniento of San Diego: 1830-1850,” 11:1:39-40

Ogle, Charles H., 20:3:51

Oglesby, Richard: book introduction by, noted, 18:3:35

Oil Gas; first use of in San Diego, 2:3:34-37

O’Keefe, Fr. Joseph Jeramias: article about, 11:3:15-23; pbot., 11:3:17

Olcott, Henry Steel, 20:3:2

“The Old Country Store,” by Anthony F. Sonka, 4:2:26-27

Old Globe Theatre (San Diego), 20:2:37

Old Houses, Dating of, 1:2:24

Old Landing Site, 5:1:9; 14:3:12

Old 104 Crossing Tecate Bridge (Railway): photograph(s), 2:1:11

“The Old Point Loma Light,” by Ash1ey Thomas McDermott, 13:3:26-35

Old Point Loma Lighthouse: illustration 1:4:cover; 6:1:9. See also Pt. Loma Lighthouse

Old Red School House (La Jolla), 4:4:49

“Old Rosy” (Rosecrans St.), 4:3:36

Old San Diego: architecture in, 17:4:2; in 1869, photograph(s), 13:1:9. See also Old Town

Old San Diego Memorial Church, 20:2:30

Old School House (Old Town), 18:4:24, 28,29. See also Mason Street School

“The Old Side-Wheeler Senator,” by Arthur Woodward, 3:3:38-39

Old Spanish Lighthouse in Pt. Loma, 5:1:2. See also Pt. Loma Lighthouse

“Old Tales of the Southwest,” by Mrs. Winifred Davidson: mentioned, 19:2:11

Old Town (San Diego): adobes, 2:2:24; 2:4:52,53; below Presidio Hill in 1869, photograph(s), 6:1:7; bldgs. 1853, 10:3:37; bull fights, 7:3:38; Chapel in 1900, photograph(s), 12:3:42; Concrete Bridge, 17:2:20, photograph(s), 16:1:18; county government, 1:2:17; 2:4:52-54; crops, 7:3:38; described by Capt. du Haut-Cilly, 4:1:11; 15:1:7-8; Franklin House, 2:2:24; in 1860’s, photograph(s), 13:2:22; 15:1:9,11; in 1869 photograph(s), 13:1:9; 17:2:9; in 1870s photograph(s) & map, 15:1:13; in 1874, photograph(s), 18:4:30; 19:2:4; in Mexican Period, 4:1:1-4; 4:4:45-48; in Spanish Period, 4:1:1-4; 4:4:45-48; justice at, 2:4:52; Mary C. Morse and, 7:3:36-38; maps, 15:1:20-21; mentioned, 13:3:26; 13:4:13 71 passim; 17:1:18; 18:1:20; 18:4:24,28,29-31passim,34; 19:4:29,30,32, 34,36,37; 20:1:4,9,10; 20:2:30,52; o1dest fami1y home, 4:1:4; Plaza at, 5:1:8; 13:1:33; 14:3:11; photograph(s), 5:1:9; 7:3:39; public b1dgs, 2:4:52-S4; San Diego & Old Town Railway, 7:1:2; social life, 7:3:38; stone jail, 12:3:42; photograph(s), 15:4:31; 12:3:42; streets, 15:1:20,21; supremacy 1853, 1:2:17 “Old Town Memories,” by Mary C. Morse, 7:3:36-38

Old Town State Park, 20:2:30

“Old Town Talk,” by Winifred Davidson, 4:1:1-4

“Old Town Talk II”, by Winifred Davidson, 4:4:45-48

“Old Town Talk III,” by Winifred Davidson, 5:4:57-60

Older, Mrs. Fremont, 19:2:11

0ldfie1d, Barney, 3:1:11; 17:2:30

Old Tub of B1ood (San Diego), 20:2:7,21-22

Olin, Spencer C., Jr.: book co-edited by, review, 19:2:47

Oliva, Fr. Vincente Pascual, 7:3:31

Olivenheim (Encinitas), 7:3:42

0liver, Lawrence: book by, review, 19:3:46-47

0liver, Dr. Walter G., 19:2:34

0livera, Guadalupe, 19:4:53

01ivera, Juan, 19:4:53

Olivera, Maximo, 19:4:53

Olives: 8:3:34

Olivewood-Kimball Estate Clubhouse, 7:3:38,42

Olmsted, Frederick Law, Jr., 19:4:16-19 passim

Olmsted, John 19:4:16

Olmsted, Marion (House of): sketch, 17:4:12

Olmsted, Roger: book co-edited by, noted, 18:4:50

Olmstead and Olmstead, 17:4:8,15

Olson, Culbert L., 18:1:2,4; 19:4:21

Olvera, Agustin: Cuyamaca and, 2:3:31; 3:2:22; 17:1:3,12

O’Neill, Patrick, 15:1:8,12

O’Neill, Mrs. Patrick, 15:1:37

O’Neill, Richard, 7:3:34

Oneonta Hotel [proposed], 16:2:9

One Spot (Locomotive): photograph(s), 7:1:7

Opera. See San Diego Opera Unit “Opportunities for Research in San Diego History,” by Dr. A.P. Nasatir, 12:3:36-50 Oral History: article about, 5:2:37-39; article using technique, 11:2:34-39; 11:3:40-49; 13:1:23-31; 20:3:1-32; mentioned, 18:4:21; taped interview, photograph(s), 12:4:12

Orange County Local History, 1869-1971: A Preliminary Bibliography: noted, 19:4:64

Order of Panama, 8:2:28; 19:2:33,34

Order of the Star Spangled Banner, 20:3:57

Ordonez de Montalvo: See Garci-Ordonez de Montalvo

Oregon Trail, 13:4:24

Orient trade, 4:4:43

Oriflame Canyon, 3:2:18-24

Oriflame Mine and Mill: article about, 3:4:4347

“The Origin of Presidio Park and Junipero Serra Museum,” 15:3:9-12

Original Accounts of theLone Woman of San Nicolas Island, edited by Robert F. Heizer and Albert B. Elsasser: md., 19:4:64

Oriole, 1:4:46

Orizaba: arrival of, 3:3:40; dismantling of, 5:3:49; Jacob Westerveldt and, 5:3:46; Joseph Lee and, 5:3:46; mentioned, 2:2:16,26,33; 3:2:28; 5:3:46-52 passim; 11:1:34; 13:2:33; 14:4:37; photograph(s), 5:3:47; 13:2:34; plans for, 5:3:48-49

“The Orizaba and Johnston Heights,” by Jerry McMullen, 5:3:46-52

Orizaba Ave, 5:3:50

Orizaba Villa. See Villa Orizaba

“Or Just Call It Chicken,” 13:1:32

Ormsby, Burke: article by, 12:1:3-13 The Oroz Codex, translated and edited by Angelico Chavez, 0. F. M.; noted, 20:1:53

Orozco, Francisco de, 19:3:1

Orozco y Berra, Manuel, 18:1:10

Orrego, Vicente, 19:2:6,7,8

Orrs Art Gallery, 16:4:3

Ortega, Antonio M., 15:4:32

Ortega, Beatriz Sanchez de, 19:3:1

Ortega, Diegosanchez de, 19:3:1

Ortega, Jose Francisco: builds wall to the San Diego Presidio, 2:3:41; commander of San Diego Presidio, 5:1:6; first white child and, 3:3:36-37; mentioned, 13:3:21; 14:3:9; 19:1:3

Ortega, Jose Jesus, 15:4:32

Ortega, Jose Joaquin, 17:1:4,13

Ortega Family, 11:3:7

Ortega-Stokes Rancho, 6:3:85

Osborn, John, 19:4:38

Osborn, Lilas B., 19:4:23

Osborne, Chris: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Osgood, Joseph 0., 10:1:10

Ostriches (Encinitas), 7:3:42

Osuna, Ernest (El Hidalgo de San Diego): photograph(s), 14:2:cover

Osuna, Felipa, 14:2:7,13,16

Osuna, Juan Maria: alcalde of San Diego, 1:1:2; 6:1:13-14; biog. sketch, 14:2:5-16; mentioned, 12:3:13,30; 12:4:24,28,37,39; 13:1:41; 13:4:26

Osuna, Juliana, 14:2:7,11,12,15,16

Osuna, Julio, 14:2:7,12,13,14,16

Osuna, Leandro, 14:2:7,13,14,15,16; 20:3:41

Osuna, Maria, 14:2:7

Osuna, Ramon: mentioned, 14:2:7,12,13,14,15; 20:3:41; photograph(s), 13:4:15

Osuna, Santiago, 14:2:7,13,14,16

Osuna, Ylario, 20:3:41

Osuna de Alvarado, Lugarda (Machado), 15:1:34

Oswald, Delmont R.: book edited by, noted, 19:4:63

Otay Dam: mentioned, 16:1:19; 17:2:20; 20:4:11; photograph(s), 16:1:16

Otay Mesa, 2:3:39-40

Otay Reservoir: 1916 photograph(s), 16:1:10

Otay River, 20:4:11

Otay Watch Factory, 4:2:24

Otay Water Company, 13:4:56

Otis, Harrison Gray, 17:3:8; 19:1:26,28; 20:4:34

Our Historic Desert: The Story of the Anza Borrego, Desert, The Largest State Park in the United States of America, by Diana Elaine Lindsay: review, 20:4:44-45

Our Lady of Angels Church, 10:2:21

Our Lady of Peace Academy, 10:2:18,20

Outland, Charles F.: book by, review, 20:3:72

Out West (Lummis), 19:1:11,13,14,15,16

Overbaugh, A., 17:4:36

Overbaugh House: mentioned, 1:1:10; photograph(s), 1:1:11

Overland Mail: by sea, 3:2:27-28; James Birch and, 3:2:15-24; mentioned, 4:3:41; route, map, 12:4:44; Tucson to Los Angeles, 3:3:33-34

Overland Mail Corporation, 15:2:18

Overland Stage, 18:1:19-29

Overland travel to San Diego: by automobile, 17:2:28-39; via Baja California and Gila River, 17:1:22-28

“Over the Hill to the Stonewall,” by Hattie Kaufman, 4:2:20-22

Owne’s Mine: photograph(s), 13:1:30

Ox Teams: Ed Buey, 4:1:3-4; 1850, 9:1:4

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Pablo Tac: sketch by, 13:4:8

Pablo Coclum (Grand Chief of the Quechans), 19:3:25-26

Pacheco, Romualdo, 4:4:46

Pacific (steamer), 11:1:42; 13:2:21; 18:4:29; 20:4:2

Pacific Apiarian Society, 15:4:18

Pacific Beach Race Track: mentioned, 10:2:26; photograph(s), 10:2:27

Pacific Beach Rail Line. See San Diego, Pacific Beach & La Jolla Railway

The Paciflc Coast, by Ray Atkeson and Calvin Kentfield: review, 19:1:43-44

Pacific Coast Rowing Champions, 1908; photograph(s), 20:4:19

Pacific Coast Steamship Company: mentioned, 2:1:3; 2:3:2; 5:3:46; wharf, photograph(s), 9:2:17

Pacific Fleet, 9:1:8; 11:3:28,34,49

Pacif’nc Mail Steamship Company, 2:1:1; 3:1:6-7; 4:3:30; 5:1:25; 10:3:35; 19:2:10; 20:4:18

Pacific Pioneer Yacht Club, 20:4:2

Pack Trains: across the desert in 1851, 1:2:16; to Morena, article about, 1:3:32-35

Padgett, L. Vincent: review co-authored by, 19:4:58

Padilla y Bell, Alejandro, 11:4:36

Padre Dam: photograph(s), 17:2:cover

Padres, Lt. coi. josemaria, 12:3:12,13,16, 17,18,23

Painter, Dr. Frederick J., 6:2:50; 16:2:6, 14; 17:4:51

“Painter of the East and of the West” (Braun), 16:4:5

Pala, 5:2:29; 18:3:7,9; 20:3:27,37,39

Pala Mission, 5:1:16; 14:3:17

Palacios, Geronimo Martin, 18:2:4,6

Palencia, Pedro de, 11:1:9,13

Palm Canyon (Marston), 15:3:29

Palm Spring, 5:1:26; 14:3:25

Palmer, Henry, 6:4:98

Palmer, John, 1:3:35

Palmer, William, 7:1:5

Palomar.- From Teepee to Telescope, by Catherine M. Wood: review, 20:1:51-52

Palomar Mountain: mentioned, 15:2:10; Nathan Harrison and, 4:1:5-8; site of Agua Tibia Ranch, 5:2:29

Palomar Observatory, 20:1:11

Palomares, Jose, 19:2:7,8

“Palomar’s Friendly Hermit,” by Laura M. James, 4:1:5-8

Palo Verde Valley, 17:3:3,4

Palou, Fr. Francisco: illustration, 13:3:25; mentioned, 11:2:4; 13:3:20; 13:4:4; portrait, 13:3:22

Panama: steamship travel, 16:2:36-38

Panama: 19:2:20

Panama-California Exposition (1915): mentioned, 1:3:32; 6:1:29-30; 15:3:11; 17:4:15, 22; 18:3:5; 19:2:33,34; 19:4:44,45; 20:4:14; photograph(s), 13:4:62. See also Pan-American Exposition of 1915

Panama-Califortnia International Exposition (1916), 11:3:46

Panama, Order of See Order of Panama

Panama Railroad Celebration, 1915, 19:1:22

Panama Route, 1848-1969, by John Haskell Kemble: noted, 19:4:64

Pan-American Exposition of 1915; 17:4:15-16. See also Panama-California Exposition

Pangua, Francisco, 19:1:5

Pantoja y Arriola, Juan, 5:1:6; 10:4:54,55,56

Pantoja Park, 4:4:53

Pantoja Plaza, 13:4:40

Papageorge, Nan Taylor: article by, 17:2:14-28

Parades: San Diego, 1887, photograph(s), 6:1:15

Paradise Valley Sanitarium, 8:3:37

“Paradoxes in the History of Baja California,” by Miguel Leon-Portilla, translated by Raymond D. Weeter, 19:3:9-17

Paraje del Arroyo Grant, 19:2:12

Pardee, Gov., 19:1:17,19

Park, C. C., 8:4:49

Park Belt Motor Line Railroad Route, 1:1:4, 5n

Parker, Francis W. (Col.), 17:4:22

Parker, Horace, 18:3:9

Parker, W. J., 20:4:17

Parker House: mentioned, 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Parmelee, E.F., 4:4:54

Parry, Char1es Christopher, 19:3:20-30 passim

Parson (Owner of Ten Stamp Mill), 13:1:16

Parsons, Susa, 4:4:45 “Portion Map of Little Teniecula Rancho,” 18:3:11

Pascoe (Surveyor), 17:1:6,8

Pascoe’s Map of 1870, 15:1:35

Pastuer, Louis, 11:1:31

Pathfinder (Automobile): photograph(s), 17:2:33

Patrick, James, 8:4:53

Patterns of Indian Burning in California: Ecology and Ethnohistory, by Henry T. Lewis, with an introduction art.: “Some Explanations for the Rise of Cu1tural Complexity in Native California with Comments on Proto-Agriculture and Agriculture,” by Lowell John Bean and Harry W. Lawton: review, 20:3:70-71

Patterson, Francis E., 20:3:49 Patterson, Lt. George, VA:63

Patterson, Thomas W.: article by, 16:1:2-27

Patterson, Tom: book by, review, 19:2:46

Pattie, James Ohio, 2:3:41; 5:1:7; 6:1:12; X I I 1:4:25; 15:1:29

Pattie, Sylvester, 5:1:7; 13:4:24; 14:4:1 1, 12; 15:1:29

Pattie Memorial: mentioned, 15:3:21; photograph(s), 14:3:12

Pauba Land and Water Company, 20:1:36

Pauba Ranch, 4:2:15; 20:1:28,29,31

Pauba Ranch Headquarters. See Wolf s Store Paula, Don Francisco, 15:l:28

Pauly, A., 4:3:38; 17:l:14

Pauly & Sons [A. Pauly & Sons], 15:4:37; 18:4:34

Pauma Rancho, 20:3:34

Pavillion (La Jolla), 4:4:49

Pawnee Bill, 6:3:84 Payeras, Fr., Mariano, 15:4:12

Pearce, Basil C.: article by, 15:2:15-20

Pearl Acacia (Acacia podalyriaefolia): 8:2:9B

Pearl Harbor, 18: 1:1,5

Pearson, Joseph T., 19:4:45

Pearson, Norma Jane: article by, 2:2:21-23

Peckham, Hildreth, 7:4:45

Peckham House, 17:4:23

Pedrorena, Manuel: 14:4:35

Pedrorena, Maria, 8:4:46; 15:1:30

Pedrorena, Miguel: and Mexican War, 18,20; mentioned, 13:2:8; 13:4:33,37,40; 14:3:14; 15:1:30-31; 20:3:36,37,41; San Diego delegate to Calif. State Convetntion, 1849, 10:1:2,3,4,6,7; socia1 affairs, 5:1:12; portrait, 10:1:5; 13:2:20; 13:4:33

Pedrorena, Victoria de, 20:1:30

Peet, Mary Rockwood: book by, review, 19:4:56-57

Peg Leg Smith Monument, 14:3:26

Peirce, Rollin: article by, 6:3:85-87

Penasquitas, 13:1:12

“Pencapsula,” 14:2:28

Pendleton, George A.: county clerk, 6:2:66; county recorder, 5:3:43; mentioned, 2:4:52; 13:2:23; 15:1:6,14; 15:2:27-32; 17:2:12; 18:3:8,11; 19:4:31,34; photograph(s), 13:2:23; plat drwng. by, 18:3:10

Pendleton, Gen. Joseph H., 7:3:36

Pendleton House, 6:2:54

Pennell, Mrs., 20:3:28

Pennsylvania Guyette (Feb. 26, 1750), 4:3:33

Pennsylvanians Going East: photograph(s), 20:2:44

People v. W. B. Couts, 16:2:20

Perce, Dr. L. A., 20:1:10

Percy Goodwin Insurance Co., Inc., 12:2:23

Perez, Eulalia, 19:2:7

Perez San Vicente, Guadalupe: mentioned, 18:1:12; photograph(s), 18:1:11

Perkins, Eloise: review by, 20:4:452-53

Perkins, James H., 12:3:37

Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. Donald, 17:4:44

Perkins, William L.: article by, 10:3:29-34

Perrigo, Lynn I.: book by, review, 18:1:32-33

Perris, Fred T., 20:1:32,33

Perry, Commodore Matthew, 10:4:52

Peso: photograph(s), 8:4:cover

Pesqueira, Ignacio, 19:1:35

Pest House (San Diego), 1:3:35. See also Quarantine Station

Peters, John, 15:1:32-33

Peters, Stephen, 17:2:18

Petersen, Martin E.: article by, 16:4:3-10; 17:4:21-30; 19:4:42-50

Peterson, H. H., 2:1:5

Peterson, Mrs. Haro1d: photograph(s), 12:4:9

Petroleum Industry in San Diego, 16:4:12

Peyri, Fr. Antonio: architect for Mission San Luis Rey de Francia, 5:1:14; mentioned, 7:3:31; 14:3:16

Peyser, M: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Pharmacies (Hotel Brewster), 2:2:20

Philadelphia, 9:2:18

Philadelphia Public Ledger, 1:3:30-31

“Philip Crosthwaite: A Remarkable Memory,” 11:2:43-44

Philippines, 12:2:2,4,5,6,7,9,13,14,15

Philip II (King of Spain), 12:2:1,3,4,5,6,7

“Philip II Orders the Journey of the First

Manila Galleon,” by James R. Moriarty and Mary S. Keistman, 12:2:1-16

Phillips, George Harwood: review by, 20:3:7071

Phillips, Irene: article by, 2:3:38-40; 7:3:4243; 8:3:31-42; mentioned, 20:4:11

Phillips and Stewart (Boat builders), 20:4:15

Phil Swing and Boulder Dam, by Beverley Bowen Moeller: discussed, 19:4:64-65; review, 19:3:47

Phinney and Co., 12:2:23

Phoenix, John: George Derby’s “nom de plume,” 5:1:16. See also Derby, George

Physicians in San Diego: illustration, 16:2:15

Picacho, California, 20:2:41

Pacayune, 1:3:29,30

Piccolo, Fr. Francisco Maria, 18:1:10

Pickard, Dr. Rawson, 14:2:19-21

Picks and Shovels Preceded Bulldozers: illustration, 10:1:cover

Pickwick Stage Line: 3:3:30; 4:2:19; 18:1:23

Pic-nic Cars, 4:2:24-25

Pico, Andres: leader of Californios, 6:1:16, 18-19; mentioned, 5:1:14,24; 12:3:31; 12:4:28; 13:4:34,37; 14:2:13,14; 19:4:3-13 passim; 20:3:35; portrait, 11:3:4; 13:4:30; 19:4:5

Pico, Francisco, 15:1:30; 17:1:19

Pico, Jose Antonio, 13:1:38,39; 15:1:24

Pico, Pio: bookcase-desk used by, photograph(s), 13:1:34; Calif politics, Cuyamaca land, 17:1:3,13; Gov. of Calif, 5:1:18; issues land grant on the Silver Strand, 2:3:38; mentioned, 7:3:33; 8:4:46; 12:3:18,19, 20; 12:4:21,28,31,32; 13:4:25,30,34; 15:4:14; 17:2:4,16; 19:2:5,8; 19:4:2-6 passim; 20:IA; San Luis Rey Mission and, 5:1:14; photograph(s), 13:4:26; portrait, 11:3:4

Pico Fami1y, 7:3:33; 11:3:4-5

Pico Grant, V 1:1:16

Pico Home: illustration, 4:1:3. See also Casa de Pico

Pier (San Diego, at the foot of Broadway), 2:1:3. See also Broadway No. 1 Pier

Pierce, Frank M., 20:3:26

Pierce, James, 3:4:43,45

Pierce Street, 7:1:1-13 passim

A “Pile,” A Glance at the Wealth of the Monied Men of San Francisco and Sacramento City. An Accurate List of the Lawyers, Their Former Places of Residence, and Date of Their Arrival in San Francisco, reprint by Saddleback Books: noted, 20:4:56

Pilgrim, 20:2:30

The Pilgrim Church in California, by Rev. Francis J. Weber: review, 20:4:52

Pilot Knob, 3:2:16; 19:3:25

Pima Villages, 20:3:49

Pinchot, Gifford, 20:3:13

Pineda, Manue1, 18:1:15

Pinera Ramirez, David: article by, 20:4:25-29

Pino, Pedro, 19:2:37

Pinta: photograph(s), 9:2:16,17

Pioneer Society of San Diego, 8:1:8

“Pioneer Spanish Families of California” (Reprint from The Century Magazine), by Clnarles Howard Shinn, 11:3:1-14

Pious Fund of California, 11:2:2,3,15; 15:4:8; 18:4:3; 19:3:14

Pipe Organ: first in San Diego County, 4:2:26,27

Pirie, Bill, 20:4:16 Pitt, Leonard, 19:2:38

Place Names. See under individual names

The Placer Times, 10:1:3

“Places and People in Old Town, Part I,” by Orion M. Zink, 15:1:3-19

“Places and People in Old Town, Part II” 15:1:22-40

“Plain and Fancy,” by George W. Nelson, 1:3:37-38

Plaister, Cornelia, 19:4:47

Plan de Tacubaya (1857), 20:4:29

Plank Road: photograph(s), 16:2:25,30,33

“The Plank Road,” by James B. Bates, 16:2:24-33

Plan of San Luis Potosi, 18:3:2

“A Plant Tour of Presidio Park” (Reprint from California Garden), by Chauncy I. Jerabek: 8:2:3-21; reprinted, 15:3:1324

Plants: described by Hugo de Vries, 17:3:18-22; in Presidio Park, 15:3:13-24

Plaza Improvement Committee, 20:4:42

Plaza Palace, 2:4:45

Pleskunnas, Patrick: article by, 10:4:54-55; mentioned, 11:4:9

Pliny: description of scurvy, 10:4:46

Plummer, Fred G., 20:3:l3

Plummer, Gertrude, 20:3:13

Plummer, Gordon, 20:3:13

Plummer, Marian (Lester). See Lester, Marian

Plymouth Rock (Pacific Coast), 6:1:7

The Pocahontas, 19:2:7

Pohl, C.: photograph(s), 20:4:

Pohlman, P., 20:1:36

Poinsettias (Encinitas Rancho), 7:3:43

Point Conception: lighthouse at, illustration, 1:4:57; photograph(s), 1:4:58; wreck of Yankee Blade at, illustration, 5:2:33

Point Loma: described by Vizcaino expedition, 4:3:29; mentioned, 12:2:17,18,21,22; 13:4:9,11,45,57; 19:2:33; 19:4:29,34; military reservation, 5:4:60; oak trees on, 4:3:29-31; photograph(s), 16:1:23; 17:1:23; Theosophical Institute at, article about, 20:3:1-32; vegetation of, 4:3:29-31

Point Loma Anchorage Lounge, 20:4:16

Point Loma College, 20:3:10

Point Loma Greek Theatre. See Greek Theatre (Pt. Loma)

Point Loma High School, 12:2:22

Point Loma Lighthouse: article about, 1:4:4359; 13:3:26-35; as Cabrillo National Monument, 13:3:34; building of, 1:4:44; decaying of, 1905-1931, photograph(s), 13:3:31; dimensions of, 1:4:44; description of life at, 1:4:51; end of, 13:3:34; fog horn, 6:4:91-93: founding, 6:1:23-24; Henri Le Paute and, 1:4:56; illustration 1:4:57,58; 13:3: cover,3,32,33; installation of lens, 1:4:46; John R. White and, 1:4:49; keeper and light, illustration, 1:4:43; layout of station grounds, 1882, 13:3:30; list of keepers, 1855-1891; 1:4:59; mentioned, 5:1:2,6; 13:4:45; obituary of, 13:3:33; oldest known photograph(s), 13:3:27; outbuildings in 1890, photograph(s), 13:3:31; photograph(s), 1:4:cover, 55; 5:1:3; 6:1:9; 13:3:27,31,33; planined destruction of, 1:4:47; polishing lens-panel, photograph(s), 1:4:58; range of, map, 13:3:27; series of photograph(s), 1860’s-1931, 1:4:53; sketch in 1855, 13:3:29; structural details of, 1:4:45; 13:3:28; White Tower No. 355, 1:4:48

Point Loma Publications, Inc., 20:3:19

Point Loma Wireless Station: mentioned, 9:1:8, 9,10,11; photograph(s), 9:1:9,11

Point Loma Yacht Club, 20:4:17

“Point Loma’s Century of Light,” by Robert Adamson, 1:4:54-56

“Point Loma’s Controversial Oaks,” by James Mills, 4:3:29-32

Point Pinos Lighthouse, 1:4:57

Point Reyes, 18:2:2,4,5

Poland, Reginald, 16:4:4

Polhamus, Agnes, 20:4:20; 6:4:97-100

Po1hamus, A1bert A1exander, 20:4:20

Polhamus, Capt., 6:3:88

Polhamus, Carolyn, 20:4:20

Polhamus, Lena, 6:3:88; 20:4:20

Polhamus Sisters, 6:4:97-100

Polich, John: review by, 18:4:41

“The Political History of a Mexican Pueblo: San Diego from 1825-1845, Part I,” by Lucy Lytle Killea, 12:3:3-35

“The Political History of a Mexican Pueblo: San Diego from 1825-1845, Part II,” by Lucy Lytle Killea, 12:4:17-40

“The Politics and History of William Kettner,” by Joan M. Jensen, 11:3:26-36

Politics of Land, Ralph Nader’s Study Group Report on Land Use in California, by Robert C. Fe11meth: review, 20:4:53-54

“Politics in San Diego, 1912-1920,” 11:3:3035

Polo, Marco, 11:1:14

Pomeroy, Earl: book introduction by, noted, 18:3:35; mentioned, 18:4:18; review by, 19:1:4344

Poole, Charles, 6:2:52; 13:2:25; 17:1:19

Population: estimate of by George B. Maxwell in 1886-87, 2:4:51; San Diego, 1:1:2,3; 6:1:37

Pornography Collection in Boston Athenaeum. See Boston Athenaeum

Port Tonnage (1950), 6: 1:33

Porter, Charles King, 11:1:41

Porter, Mrs. David, 17:4:44

Porter, James Tanik: mentioned, 16:4:4,5,8; 19:4:46; photograph(s), 19:4:43; sclptr. by, 16:4:6

Porter, Mrs. James Tank: photograph(s), 19:4:43

Porter, Rufina, 19:2:17

Porter, Rufus K.: article by, 3:3:40-41; 4:1:10-11; cattle rustling in San Diego, 5:2:39; Civil War, 7:4:55; 3:3:40; 4:1:10; 14:3:25; 19:2:16,17; newspaper correspondent, 11:1:41,42; owner of Bancroft Ranchhouse, 5:1:25

Porter, William: article by, 16:3:22-25

Porter y Casanane, Pedro, 19:3:13

Porterfield, W. H., 19:1:12,14

Portilla, Capt. Pablo de la, 7:3:33; 12:3:18,l9,22; 12:4:21,22,23,24

Portilla, Silvestre, 10:2:21

Portola, Gaspar de: expedition of, 19:1:2-3; illustration, 18:2:cover; founded settlement at San Diego, 5:1:10; mentioned, 2:3:41; 6:1:7; 11:2:5,6; 12:2:2; 13:3:8,9,24; 13:4:15; 19:1:2-3; portrait, 13:3:8; scurvy and, 10:4:47,48; signature of, illustration, 13:3:8

Portugal, 12:2:2,3,4,6,7,8,9,12,13

Postage (1850), 9:1:1

Postal Service, 4:2:26; 4:3:41

Post Office Appropriations Act of 1857, 20:1:30

Post Road from Fort Smith to San Diego, 5:2:32

Potash Industry: dry ice plant on the Silver Strand, 2:3:38; use of eucalyptus, 16:4:11,12

Pottery of the Southwestern Indians, by Pliny E. Goddard: noted, 18:2:21

Potts, Dr. Ana Mae Longshore, 8:3:37

Pourade, Richard F.: book by, noted, 18:1:33; book by, review, 18:3:25-26; mentioned, 14:4:16,21,29,32,38; review by, 17:3:2425; 18:1:32-33; 19:2:34; 19:3:46-47; photograph(s), 11:4:13

Poway: on stage line, 3:3:29-31

Poway Indians, 9:4:52,54

Powell, Philip Wayne: book by, noted, 18:3:34

Powell Street Line, 2:1:8

Power and Conflict in a Mexican Community, by Antonio Ugalde: review, 19:4:58

Powerhouse (Artie St., 1887): illustration, 7:1:2

Powers, Edward: book by, noted, 16:1:8

Powers, Dr. R. M., 2:3:33

Prairie Schooner, 4:3:33

Prat, Pedro, 10:4:48

Pratt, Mary C. (McKenzie): house of, 17:4:6

Praul, Warner, 20:1:21

Prefabricated Houses (Davis House, 1850), 6:1:21

Prehistoric Rock Art of California, by Robert F. Heizer and C. W. Clewlow, Jr.: 20:3:6970

Preibisius, Hilda: 18:2:13; sketch by, 18:2:13

Prejudice, in California: against blacks, 19:2:15-20; against Mexicans, 19:2:10,11, 27-28

Presidio Hill (San Diego): dedication ceremonies in 1929, photograph(s), 11:4:32,33,35; illustration, 11:4:4-5,12; in 1880, photograph(s), 11:4:10; in 1920, photograph(s), 15:3:7; in 1929, photograph(s), 11:3233,35; 15:3:12; map of, 11:4:7; mentioned, 1:1:2; 13:2:22; 13:4:15,31; 19:4:4; photograph(s), aerial view, 11:4:35; preservation program, 19:1:23; routes to, map, 11:4:7; use of, 6:1:7-8

Presidio of Loreto, 13:1:36,38

Presidio of San Diego: archaeology, 11:4:129; described by Capt. Du Haut-Cilly, 4:1:11; list of goods shipped to in 1792, facsimile, 10:4:55; map, 8:2:21; mentioned, 5:1:6; 8:2:20,21; 10:3:40; 12:4:9,10; 14:3:9, 12; 17:1:18; plan of, 14:4:7; population, 1778, 2:3:41; ruins of, photograph(s), 11:4:2; ruins of, ca. 1935, 11:4:11; shipment of goods to, 10:4:54,55,56; sketch by David W. Kinder, 16:4:21

Presidio of San Diego Chapel: burial site, photograph(s), 14:4:19; excavations, photograph(s), 11:4:17; mentioned, 2:3:41; 11:4:17; photograph(s), 11:2829; plan of, illustration, 14:4:5; repaired wall, photograph(s), 11:4:21,22

Presidio of San Diego Excavations: aerial photograph(s), 14:4:cover; article about, 11:4:1-29; 14:2:28-30; 16:4:20-24; artifacts from, photograph(s), 11:4:18-19; burials at, photograph(s), 14:4:24,26,28; 15:3:8; 16:4:22; 19:4:52; dog bones found, 2:4:55; floor plan of, illustration, 16:4:21; illustration, 15:3:4; mentioned, 2:3:41; 11:4:16; 15:3:20-21; 18:3:22-24; 19:4:51-55; photograph(s), 11:4:21; 12:4:9; protection given, photograph(s), 12:4:10; religious medallions found at, photograph(s), 18:3:23

Presidio Park (San Diego): activities at, photograph(s), 15:3:29-30; adobe walls at, photograph(s), 8:2:17,19; aerial photograph(s), 11:4:4-5, 12; foliage details, illustration, 8:2:11B; George Marston develops, 3:1:2; 15:3:9-12,27-31; illustration, 13:4:66; Indian statue in, photograph(s), 15:3:32; 18:3:cover; in 1929, photograph(s), 13:4:66; mentioned, 5:1:6; 8:2:1B; photograph(s), 15:3:4; planting map, 8:2:14-16; 15:3:16-17; points of interest, map, 15:3:20-21; scenic tour, 8:2:22-28; scientific classification of plant life, 8:2:3-20; undeveloped, aerial photograph(s), 11:4:12

“Presidio Park and Serra Museum,” Special Issue, 8:2:1-29

“Presidio Park, Serra Museum and Library:

The Historic Significance of Presidio Park,” 15:3:3-5

Presidio Wall (San Diego), 7:2:28

Presidios: in Calif, 12:3:7; role of, 15:4:7

Pressing Iron, 4:4:47

Price, David, 4:2:25

Price, Glenn W.: review by, 18:1:25-27

Price, Ruth, 20:1:20

Priestley, Herbert Ingram: book translated & edited by: noted, 19:2:51

Princesa, 5:1:6 Princeton, 9:1:6

Printher, Theodore, 8:3:42

Pristis Rowing Club: photograph(s), 20:4:22

Prostitution in San Diego: article about, 20:2:1-28

Prostestant Mission (Episcopal), 18:4:33

Provincial Legislature of California, 12:3:8, 12,16,17,18,19,20,22,23,27,28,30,31

Pruitt, Virginia: photograph(s), 12:4:10

Public Library. See San Diego Public Library

Public Proclamation No. 4, 18:1:4,7

Public Reading Room, 1888-1889, 1:1:7

Public Utility Holding Company Act, 2:3:37

Pueblo Architecture of the Southwest: A Photographic Essay, photograph(s) by Wi11iam Current, text by Vincent Scully: noted, 18:3:34

Pueblo Lands Bill of Sale, 13:2:27

“Pueblo Postscript: San Diego During the Mexican Period, 1825-1840,” by A. P. Nasatir, 13:1:33-45

PuebloRivera Courts, La Jolla, 17:4:44

Pueblos in California, 12:3:6,7,8

Puerta (Historic Landmark), 5:1:26; 14:3:26

“The Puerto De Don Gaspar: A Note On An Erroneous California Place-Name,” by W. Michael Mathes, 20:4:30-32

Puerto de Los Reyes, 20:4:31,32

Puget Sound Chapter of American Association of Social Workers, 18:1:5

Pujol School (Temecula), 20:1:33

Pulling, Hazel Adele: article by, 11:1:20-32

Pullman Cars: 2:1:8

Punta de los Guijarros (Cobblestone Point, Ballast Point), 5:1:6; 14:3:8.See also Ballast Point

Punta de los Muertos (Dead Man’s Point): Boundary Commission and, 19:3:20; San Diego Historical Landmark, 5:1:6

Purucker, Gottfried de, 12:2:22; 20:3:7,10, 14,19,21,22,25,27,28

Puterbaugh, George: mentioned, 20:2:18; portrait, 16:2:15

Puterbaugh House: illustration, 1:3:38; mentioned, 2:l:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Putnam, Arthur: Father Serra Statue by, photograph(s), 15:1:cover; mentioned, 8:2:23; 15:l:i; 15:3:32

Putnam, Henry W., 9:3:32

Pyramid Granite Company (Escondido), 20:3:63-64

Q

Quadrant (Davis Type, 1765): photograph(s), 9:1:12

Quakers (Charles Hatfield), 16:l:9

Quarantine Station (Pt. Loma): mentioned, 5:1:7; VA:60; photograph(s), 16:2:19. See also La Playa

Quarries in San Diego County, 20:3:61-66 passim

Quarterdecks and Spanish Grants, by C. Raymond Clar: review, 19:1:45

Quinlan, William F., 10:2:21

Quintano, Esteban, 15:1:5

Quirk, Lewlie W., 18:2:10,12

“Quite a Fellow” (Dedication to A. P. Nasatir), 3:2:5

R

A Rahhitskin Blanket – from San Diego County, by Ken Hedges: review, 20:2:58

“Rabelais of California” (George Derby), 3:1:9

Racetrack (Rose Canyon), 7:1:1-13

“Racetrack to Highway: San Diego’s Early Automobile Days,” by Raymond C. Chaney, Jr., 17:2:28-40

Racial Mixture: article on, 19:1:1-9; 19:2:32-39; series of illustration, 19:3:32-37

Racism in California: A Reader in the History of Oppression, edited by Roger Daniels and Spencer C. Olin, Jr.: review, 19:2:47

Racism in San Diego City Schools, 2:4:50

Radio, 9:1:10,11

Railroad Coffeehouse (San Diego), 20:2:4

“Railroad Wharf,” 2:4:46

Railroads: construction, photograph(s), 10:1:12-13; crew repairs on engines, 7:1:10-11; difficulties in 1880’s, 7:4:51; engine crews, 7:1:7-11; engine maintenance, 7:1:1011; MeKeen Car controls, photograph(s), 7:1:8; mentioned, 4:2:23-25,26; 20:1:30-31, 34-37; 20:3:62. See also under individual names

Railroads in San Diego: Danie1 and William Cleveland, 11:1:35; driving the last spike, photograph(s), 7:1:3; ear1y San Diego, 7:1:113,51; Escondido, 9:3:31; first in San Diego, article about, 2:1:1-3; gasoline motor cars, 7:1:8-9; history of, 11:3:43-45; lines and description, 6:1:26; mentioned, 17:1:18-19; 19:4:34-35; mixed train from La Jolla, photograph(s), 7:1:10; National City, photograph(s), 8:3:34; No. 4, photograph(s), 7:1:1-13; routes, 7:1:1-13; San Diego and Pacific Beach, photograph(s), 6:2:75; Santa Fe wrecks, photograph(s), 7:1:6; Temecula, 1883, photograph(s), 6:1:19; 12:4:50

Railway Historic Society of San Diego, 2:1:9-10

Raines, John, 20:1:30

Rainford, Alice, 16:2:34; 19:2:33; 20:2:11

Rain Making Towers (Hattield), 16:1:9-11

Rains, John, 15:4:32 Raho, Fr. Blas, 10:2:15; 17:2:10,11

Raja Yoga Academy, 17:3:16,17,18

Raja Yoga School (Lomaland School), 20:3:3-32 passim

Raja Yoga String Quartet, 20:3:30

Ramey, W. L., 9:3:32

Ramirez, David: article by, 20:4:25-29

Ramirez, Gilberto: murals by, 18:4:cover,18-19

Ramona: mentioned, 4:2:22; 20:1:9,27; school at, 6:3:85-87; “Shooting the anvi1,” 3:2:25,26; transportation to San Diego dances, 1890, 4:2:22; valley, photograph(s), 15:2:6

Ramona, by Helen Hunt Jackson, 5:1:2; 10:2:21; 16:8; 18:3:8; 18:4:18

Ramona Sentinel, 20:2:39

Ramona Union School District, 6:3:85

Ramona’s Marriage Place, 2:4:52; 14:4:37. See also Estudillo House and Casa de Estudillo

Ramos, Samuel, 18:4:15

Rancherias (Indian), 2:3:30; 4:4:47; 7:3:31-36

Rancheros in Baja California: illustration, 20:4:26

Ranchita Mine, 13:1:26

Rancho Agua Hedionda, 14:2:13

Rancho Barona Indian Chape1, 17:4:14

Rancho Buena Vista, 20:1:5,9

Rancho California Corporation, 18:3:9

Rancho Chupa Rosa, 20:4:35

Rancho Cuyamaca Plat: facsimile, 17:1:11

Rancho de La Nacion, 15:1:32

Rancho de Los Algodones, 17:3:5,7

Rancho del Chino, 20:3:47,48,49

Rancho El Cajon, 7:4:46-48; 15:1:30; 17:2:16

Rancho El Rosario (Baja California), 15:1:32

Rancho Encinitas, 7:3:42

Rancho Ensenada de Todos Santos (Baja Califorflia), 17:2:4

Rancho Fanita: roundup, photograph(s), 11:1:23

Rancho Grants, 15:2:27. See also under individual names

Rancho Guadalupe, 17:2:4,5-6

Rancho Guajome: article about, 20:1:1-14; chapel, photograph(s), 20:1:8,9; mentioned, 15:1:27; photograph(s), 12:3:15; 20:1:cover,i,ii,iv,3,4,5,6,8,9

“Rancho Guajome: A California Legacy Preserved,” by Iris Wilson Engstrand and Thomas L. Scharf, 20:1:1-14

Rancho Guajome Health Company, 20:1:10

Rancho Janal, 15:1:30

Rancho Las Flores, 12:4:25

Rancho Las Penasquitos: photograph(s), 11:1:20

Rancho Los Alamitos, 17:2:9

Rancho Los Palos Verdes, 19:1:7

Rancho Los Vallecitos, 17:1:5,7

Rancho Los Vallecitos de San Marcos, 20:1:5

Rancho Monserate: mentioned, 5:2:29; 12:3:14; photograph(s), 12:3:14

Rancho Otay, 15:1:30

Rancho Peninsula de San Diego, 15:1:25

Rancho Rotanzi, 6:3:86

Rancho San Dieguito: mentioned, 14:2:11-13; plat of, facsimile, 14:2:12

Rancho San Jacinto Nuevo, 15:1:30

Rancho San Jacinto Viejo, 15:1:30

Rancho San Jose del Valle, 15:2:8

Rancho San Onofre y Santa Margarita, 7:3:33

Rancho San Pedro, 19:1:7

Rancho San Rafael, 17:2:6,7; 19:1:7

Rancho Santa Fe: mentioned, 14:2:16-17; 16:4:15; photograph(s), 16:4:18

Rancho Santa Margarita, 6:1:16; 7:3:3136; 19:4:7

Rancho Santa Maria, 8:4:46; 13:1:13; 19:2:21; 19:4:9

Rancho Santa Ysabel, 15:2:8,10; 17:1:4

Rancho San Ysidro: map, 1876, 20:4:25

Rancho Sierra De Cuyamaca, 2:3:31

Rancho Soberante De San Jacinto, 15:1:30

Rancho Tecate, 17:2:3,11

Rancho Temecula: map, 18:3:9

Rancho Tijuana (La Punnta), 17:2:8

Rancho Vignes, 18:3:8,10,11

Rand, Marvin, 17:4:43

Rannells, Nathan L.: article by, 4:4:48-50

Raymenton, H. K.: article by, 4:4:50-53; 5:3:54-55; 9:4:51-55; 10:2:24-25

Reading, James E.: article by, 3:3:29-32; mentioned, 15:1:3; station operator, 3:3:29

Reading, June Allen (Mrs. James): article by, 11:2:28-33; book edited by, review, 19:1:44-45

Reading, Mary E., 3:3:31

Readings on La Raza: The Twentieth Century, edited by Matt S. Meier and Feliciano Rivera: noted, 20:4:56

Ready Relief Mine: article about, 9:4:43-48; building, photograph(s), 9:4:47; described by Lela E. Bailey, 9:4:48; gold mine of Drury Bailey, 9:4:44; mentioned, 5:2:40; water power for, photograph(s), 9:4:cover

Real Del Castillo, 17:3:4

Real Estate Agents (1886-87), 2:4:51

Rebolledo, Juan, 18:1:15

Reclamation Act of 1902, 19:1:12,15-16

Reclamation Service, 19:1:15-23 passim

Recreation in San Diego. See Ba1boa Park, Mission Bay and Presidio Park

“Red Calf Charley,” 13:1:28

Redding, Robert: review by, 18:1:29-30; 19:3:44-45

Redlight Abatement Act of 1913, 20:2:20,28

Redman, Annie Laurie, 9:4:46

Redman, Lewis B., 9:4:43,44,46

Redman Go1d Mine, 9:4:44

Reglamento of 1828, 20:1:28

Reid, James, 12:1:6,8,9,10,13

Reid, Merrit, 12:1:6

Reid Brothers, 16:3:4; 17:4:43

Reiffel, Charles: mentioned, 16:4:4,8,9; 19:4:46,47; photograph(s), 19:4:43

Reiffel, Mrs. Charles: photograph(s), 19:4:43

Reiner, Joseph, 2:2:24; 19:4:29,31; 20:3:58

Reitman, Ben, 19:1:31

Relaciones de Todas las cosas que en el Nuevo Mexico se han visto…. 18:2:6

Reliance, 18:4:31

Religious Denominations in San Diego, 2:4:50

Remain To Be Seen: Historic California Houses Open to the Public, by Elinor Richey: review, 20:2:63

Remert, Capt., 20:4:11

Remington, Tom, 1:1:32

“Reminiscences of Lomaland

Madame Tingley and the Theosophical Institute in San Diego,” by Iverson L. Harris, in an interview with Robert Wright, edited and introduction by Dennis E. Berge, 20:3:1-32

Remondino, Dr. Peter C.: book by, noted, 16:2:8; builds St. James Hotel, 2:2:21,22,23; “History of Medicine,” 2:2:21; mentioned, 17:4:34; portrait, 16:2:15

Rennie, Michae1: photograph(s), 11:4:14

Rensch, Hero Eugene: article by, 2:3:29-32; 3:2:18-24

“Report on Presidio Excavations, 1967,” by Dr. Paul Ezell, 14:2:28-30

Requa, Richard, 17:4:17

Research in San Diego History: article about, 12:3:36-50

Restarick, Henry B., 10:2:18; 11:1:35

Restaurants. See under individual names

Restauranits in early San Diego: article about, 2:4:43-48

Retail Operations in San Diego, 5:3:43

“The Return of l04,” by Jack Stodelle, 2:1:9-11

“Reuben the Guide” (Pt. Loma), 1:4:50; 5:1:2; 14:3:6

Revere, Joseph Warren, 19:4:5

Review of Reviews, 19:1:13

Revolt of 1836, 12:4:20,21

Reynolds, Dale: article by, 12:2:17-25

Reynolds, Gideon, 9:3:34

Reynolds, Rev. John, 3:1:7,8,9; 20:3:49

Rhoads, Elizabeth R., 19:2:11

Rhode, B. L., 20:4:16

Richards, Bartlett, 17:4:7

Richards, T. Leroy, 19:4:21

Richardson, Belda, 20:1:11

Richardson, earl, 20:1:11

Richardson, Ida, 20:1:11

Richardson, William, 10:1:3,4,5,6

Ricker Hotel, 4:2:22

Rickey, Miss (Teacher), 15:1:8

Rico de Oro and Rico de Plata, 13:4:11

Rider, W. B., 19:4:16

Ridout, Lionel U.: article by, 3:1:6-10; mentioned, 13:1:33; photograph(s), 12:4:11; review by, 16:3:31-32; 20:2:56-57

Ridout, Mrs. Lionel, 16:4:16

Riesenberg, Felix, Jr.: book by, noted, 18:3:35

Rigg, Maj. Edwin A., 7:2:22-25

Riley, Bennett, 6:1:20; 10:1:1,2,8; 20:3:45

Rincon del Diablo, 9:3:30

Ringgold Family, 6:2:60

Rio Alamo, 17:3:6-7

Rio Grande de Jalisco, 11:1:2

Ripley, E. P., 10:1:10

Riva, Ramon G. de la: 15:4:32

Rivera, Feliciano

book co-edited by, noted, 18:4:50; 20:4:56

Rivera y Moncada, Capt. Fernando, 2:3:41; 3:3:36; 5:1:10; 6:1:6; 11:4:39; 13:3:21; 13:4:13; 19:1:2-3,6; 19:2:34

Riverside Company, 17:3:1

RiversidePress Horticulturist, 20:1:34

“River Town,” by Philip A. Bailey, 4:4:4345

Roberts, A. F., 17:3:15

Roberts, Elizabeth Judson, 9:3:29,32

Roberts, Genevieve: photograph(s), 18:3:17,18,19

Roberts, Josephine, 20:3:68

Roberts, Ralph: photograph(s), 11:4:3

Roberts, T. L., 1:2:18; 13:2:12; 7:2:20

Robertsen, Thomas H., 7:1:12

Robertson, George, 15:1:10

Robertson, Robert, 20:2:32

Robinson, A1fred: book by, noted, 18:3:35; mentioned, 5:1:13; 6:1:15-16; 12:3:9,11,15, 17; 12:4:27,29,34; 14:4:11,13; 15:1:30; 17:2:8,10; 19:2:9-10

Robinson, Charles, 17:2:8

Robinson, Emma, 1:4:48-49

Robinson, George Dewitt Clinton Washington, 5:1:10; 14:3:12

Robinson, Harry: photograph(s), 7:4:53

Robinson, H. R., 1:3:29

Robinson, James W., 15:1:5,10,16; 19:4:28,30,31,34

Robinson, Justin, 16:3:13

Robinson, W. W., 19:1:6-7

Robinson Hotel (Casa Loma), 7:4:52

Robinson Mews Row Houses, 17:4:12

Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton, 1:4:49

Roches, George, 4:2:22

Rockwood, Charles Robinson: mentioned, 17:3:6; photograph(s), 17:3:7

Rodeos (Judge of the Plains), 3:2:18; 15:4:32

Rodriguez, Antonio, 20:2:31

Rodriguez Cabrillo, Juan. See Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez

Rodriguez, Manuel, 5:1:8

Rodriguez, Nethemia, 7:1:12

Rodriguez, Ramon, 20:3:41

Rodriguez Family, 5:4:59

Rodriguez Canyon, 13:1:23

Rogers, Al, 20:4:17

Rogers, Greg, 20:4:11

Rogers, Malco1m, 9:3:29; 9:4:52-55

Rogers, Spencer, 16:4:21-24; 19:4:55

Rogers Locomotive Works, 2:1:3

“The Role of the San Diego River in the Development of Mission Valley,” by Nan Taylor Papageorge, 17:2:14-27

Rolfe, William, 20:4:12

Rolle, Andrew: book introduction by, noted, 18:3:35; mentioned, 2:4:54; review by, 20:1:40-41

Rolph, James, 9:2:22

The Romance of Balboa Park, by F1orence Christman: review, 20:1:50-51

Romano, Octavio, 18:4:15

Romero, Daniel, 6:3:87,88

Romero, Felipe, 19:4:53-54

Romero, Joseph Maria, 19:4:53-55

Romero, Maria Josepha, 19:4:53-55

Romero, Vicente, 13:1:33,35,36

Roorbach, Eloise: article by, noted, 17:4:13,14

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 6:1:32; 18:1:3; 18:3:20; 18:4:16

Roosevelt, Theodore: mentioned, 13:4:64; 20:2:27; photograph(s), 6:1:31; 13:4:62

Roosevelt Junior High (San Diego), 19:4:36

Rosado, Engracia de, 18:2:13

Rosaldo, Renato: book edited by, review, 20:1:4142

Rosalinda, 12:4:28

Rose, Helene, 19:4:36

Rose, Henrietta, 19:4:33,36-37, 38

Rose, Louis: article about, 19:4:27-41; mentioned, 15:1:10,14,15; 20:2:52; 20:3:54,55; photograph(s), 13:1:36; 19:4:27

Rose Canyon, 18:4:32; 19:4:30,31,33, 38

“The Rose of San Diego,” by Norton B. Stern and William M. Kramer, 19:4:27-41

Roseburg School, 6:3:86

Rosecrans, William S.: mentioned, 4:3:36; 5:1:8; 5:4:63-64; 13:2:26,27,34; 14:3:11; photograph(s), 13:2:29

Rosecrans, Fort. See Fort Rosecrans

Rosecrans Street, 4:3:36

Rosenblat, Angel, 19:2:33

Roseville, 1:4:51,52; 20:3:29,54

Roseville and Old Town Railroad, 2:1:2

Roseville-on-the- Bay: mentioned, 19:4:29-41 passim; photograph(s), 19:4:29

Roseville School, 20:3:18

Roseville Wharf (Pt. Loma), 20:4:5

Ross, Duncan C., 10:2:26

Rossi, Daniel, 19:4:38

Route 8076 (Birch’s Overland Mail), 3:2:15

Rowan, Loleta Levete: article by, 3:1:4-5

Rowen, Stephen C.: commander of U.S.S. Cyane, 7:2:27-29; mentioned, 1:1:2; 5:1:8; 6:1:16; 13:4:31; 17:2:17

Rowing Crews (named), 20:4:20

Royal Presidio of San Diego. See Presidio of San Diego

Royce, Joseph: book by, noted, 18:3:35

Rubio, Fr. Cyprian, 10:2:15

Rubio, Manuel Romero, 17:3:5

Rudder’s Grill and Oyster House, 2:4:46

Ruetten, Richard T.: review by, 19:3:47 Ruffner, Budge: book by, md., 19:4:64

“Rufus Choate: A Taped Interview of Reminiscences,” 11:3:40-49

Rublen, George: article by, 1:2:15-23; 4:4:6068; 7:2:17-22; mentioned, 19:1:27; photograph(s), 13:2:7

Ruiz, Francisco Maria: commander of San Diego Presidio, 5:1:14; 6:1:10; mentioned, 7:3:31; 13:1:36,38; 13:4:22; 14:3:16; 15:1:15,35; 19:2:3; 19:4:30

Ruiz, Jose Manuel, 18:1:16,17

Ruiz, Ramon Eduardo: review by, 19:2:45-46

Rumford, Count, 1:4:58

Rumsey, Williani J., 20:4:16

Runte, Alfred: review by, 20:4:44-45

Rural Schools Systems, 6:3:85-87

Ruskin, John, 17:4:1

Russell, George, 1:4:52

Russell, Jim, 2:4:48

Russell, Majors & Waddell, 5:1:10

Russians in California, 6:1:6

Russ Auditorium, 18:3:15,16

Rust, Clarence E., 18:1:5

Rust, Richard, 2:4:52

Rust, W. E., 16:2:19

Rust, Dr. William, 12:2:23

Ryan, Frances Beven; book by, review, 17:4:48-49; book co-authored by, review, 20:4:52-53

Ryan, Jerome: photograph(s), 1914, 9:2:19

Ryan, The Aviator, Being the Adventures And Ventures of Pioneer And Businessman T. Claude Ryan, by William Wagner and Lee Dye: review, 18:3:30

Ryerson, Gov., 2:2:22

S

Saavedra Expedition (1527), 12:2:14

Sacajawea: death of, 11:2:33; mother of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, 11:2:29

Sachem, 6:1:10

Sachs, Julius, 17:3:14

Sacramento Daily Union, 19:1:35,36

Sacramento Democratic State Journal, 20:3:58

Sacramento Valley Building, 18:1:35

“The Sacred Expedition” (Colonization of Alta California in 1769): mentioned, 5:1:15; 13:4:15; map, 13:4:14

“Sailor’s Smoking Lamp” (Serra Museum), 1:3:41

Saines, Ed., 20:1:32

Saint Anthony Indian School, 10:2:18,19,22

Saint-Gaudens, Augustus, 19:2:36

Saint James, 17:4:26

Saint James Chapel (La Jolla): photograph(s), 17:4:2-3

Saint James Hotel: article about, 2:2:21-23; illustration, 2:2:22

Saint Joseph’s Church, 10:2:17,20

Saint Joseph’s Hospital, 10:2:20,22

Saint Louis World’s Fair (1904), 19:2:29,30

Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church (National City), 17:4:44

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, 18:4:35

Salazar Ylarregui, Jose, 19:3:20,29

Salmon Boat, 7:4:46; 6:3:87-88

Saloons: in 1890’s, photograph(s), 20:2:5; mentioned in San Diego City Directory of 1886, 2:4:50

Salt Lake Mail, 4:3:41

“Salt-Water Overland Mail,” 3:2:27-28

Salvatierra, Juan Maria: book about, review, 18:4:38-39; mentioned, 11:2:2; 18:2:7; 18:4:1,2-3; 19:3:15

Sample, Ed, 20:1:20

Samuel (Indian Chief), 20:3:37

Samuel I. Fox Building: mentioned, 18:1:35; photograph(s), 17:4:27. See also Fox Building

Samuels, Bernard: article by, 11:4:43-45

San Antonio, 6:1:6; 10:4:48; 11:2:4; 19:1:3

San Antonio (Baja Ca1ifornia), 18:1:14

San Antonio (Texas), 18:1:19-20

San Antonio Mines (Baja California), 17:2:5,8

San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line (Jackass Mail), 3:2:15-17,19,27; 5:1:21,26; 14:3:18,21; 15:2:15-20

The San Agustin, 18:2:2-4; 20:4:32

San Bernabe, 18:2:4

San Bernardino, 17:3:1

San Bernardino Meridian, 18:3:8,10

San Bernardino and San Diego Railway (Surf Line), 20:1:37

San Bernardo Ranch, 5:1:21

San Blas, 18:4:11

San Carlos, 6:1:6; 10:4:47,48; 11:2-.4; 19:1:3

Sanchez, George I., 19:2:35,37

Sanchez, Jose, 18:3:7; 19:2:7,8

Sanchez, Fr. Jose Bernardo, 17:2:15

Sanchez, Nellie van de Grift: wood engraving by, 13:4:24

Sanders, Cedric, 20:4:17

Sanders, Eric, 2:1:10

Sanderson, J. B., 19:2:19

Sandford, Friend, 15:2:9

San Diegan-Sun, 20:2:39,41

San Diego: agriculture in, 20:1:4-5; American takeover of, 20:3:33-43; and the 1846 war with Mexico, 19:4:2,4-8; article about, 1:1:2-3; 6:1:1-36; 14:1:3-73; b1acks in, 19:2:15-20; 20:2:29-35; botany of, 17:3:18-22; boundaries of, 17:3:1; Chamber of Commerce, 19:1:11-24 passim; Civil War, 7:2:17-22; described, 20:4:36; described by A. Horton, 1871, 16:1:28-32; described in 1854, 3:1:7; described in 1853, 10:3:38; described by Rufus King Porter, 11:3:41-42; described by Thomas Whaley, 6:2:50-52; early business, 5:3:43-45; early development, 19:1:11-24; economy of, 1909, 20:2:6-7; election of 1869, 6:2:66; events in 191011, 18:3:4-5; fishing industry in, 20:4: 2-3; frontier mobility in, 20:2:44-53; growth and history, 1880-1930, 11:3:26-39; health spot, 16:2:9; historical landmarks, 5:1:1-27; in 1846, illustration, 20:3:33; in 18SO, illustration, 10:1:3; 12:3:26-27; in 1856, illustration 20:3:53; in 1869, photograph(s), 7:3:39; in 1870, photograph(s), 13:1:10; in 1872, illustration, 4:3:3435; in 1872, photograph(s), 18:4:32; in 1888, photograph(s), 6:1:17; 13:4:51; in 1889, photograph(s), 13:4:52; in 1890, photograph(s), 13:4:55; in 1895, photograph(s), 13:4:56; in 1902, photograph(s), 17:3:19; in 1904, photograph(s), 17:3:22; in 1905, photograph(s), 19:1:10; industry in, 20:4:2-3; irrigation in, 20:1:5; Jews in, 19:4:27-41; 20:3:53-60; land development in, 19:4:14-24, 27-41; leisure in, l880’s, 20:2:34-35; Mexican period, article about, 12:3:3-35; 12:4:17-42; 13:1:33-45; military view of, 1847, 20:3:33-43; plan of, 12:3:18,19,20,21; 12:4:21,22,23; illustration, 13:2:19; prostitution in, 1900-1912, 20:2:1-28; pueblo status, 14:2:10; rainfall in, 1883-84, 20:1:33,37; rivalry with Los Angeles, 18:3:5,13; 19:1:21,22, 26; schools, 1:1:12; student unrest in, 1918, 20:1:16-25; Theodore Roosevelt on, 20:2:27; vigilantes in 19:1:29-32; water in, 19:1:11-24 passim; waterfront, 20:2:2228 passim; William Smythe in, 19:1:1024. See also Old San Diego, Old Town and New Town

The San Diego, 18:2:4,5

“San Diego Acquires a Park and Museum,” 15:3:27-31

San Diego Area Histories, 6:1:35-36

San Diego and Arizona Railroad: construction ceremonies, photograph(s), 13:4:57; map, 13:4:58; mentioned, 2:1:3,9,10; 3:4:43; 4:2:25; 13:4:56; 17:3:10; 19:1:23

San Diego Art Association, 19:2:30; 19:4:43-47

San Diego Art Guild, 19:4:44

San Diego Avenue, 1870: photograph(s), 13:1:10

San Diego and the Back Country, edited by, David Dutton: noted, 20:1:54

San Diego back country travel, 1906, 15:2:314

San Diego Barracks: illustration, 13:2:10; 18:4:30; 20:3:44; in 1860-1892, photograph(s), 7:2:19; in 1906, photograph(s), 13:2:14; mentioned, 1:2:22,23; 5:1:24; 13:2:7; 14:3:23; photograph(s), 1:2:cover; plan of, illustration, 1:2:19,20-2l; 13:2:11,13

“San Diego Barracks,” by George Rublen, 3:2:7-17; 13:2:7-15

San Diego Bay: cable laid to Coronado, 2:3:34; first chart of, 10:4:56; geography of, 1:1:3; map, 1603, 18:2:iv; mentioned, 1:4:54; 18:2:1-7; 20:3:61,64; 20:4:8; photograph(s), 6:3:89; 13:4:69; U.S. Coast Survey in, 10:4:49,50,51,52; whale back steamer, 2:1:12; wharf construction, 2:1:1

San Diego Board of Education, 20:1:16-25 passim

San Diego Book of Deeds, 20:1:30

San Diego Buil~ing and Loan Association, 16:3:4

San Diego Cable Railway: 2:l:9; 15:2:21-25

San Diego Chamber of Commerce, 17:2:29; 19:l:1 l -26 passim; 19:4:16-24 passim

San Diego City Council: correspondence of, l830’s, photograph(s), 11:1:41; mentioned.. 18:1:2; 18:3:4; 19:1:28

San Diego City Directory. See Directory, San Diego City and County

San Diego City Hall: mentioned, 20:2:2,4,14,20; photograph(s), 20:2:8

San Diego City Jail: 19l2, photograph(s), 20:2:17

San Diego City Park. See Balboa Park

San Diego City Schools. See Schools

“The San Diego City Schools Curriculum Project of the WPA,” by Peter Mehren, 18:2:8-14; letter to the edited about, 18:3:35

San Diego City Trustees, 18:4:24,26

San Diego Civic Opera, 18:3:13. See also San Diego Opera Unit

San Diego Club (San Diego Woman’s Club), 19:2:32

San Diego Collegiate Inistitute, 2:4:48

Sani Diego Community Service and Citizens Committee, 19:4:16

San Diego Consolidated Gas & Electric Company, 2:3:36; 19:1:27. See also San Diego Gas Connpany and Sani Diego Gas and Electric Company

San Diego Country Club, 17:4:12

San Diego County Administration Building, 17:4:28

San Diego County Board of Health, 16:2:19

San Diego County Board of Supervisors: action taken by, concerning Japanese during W.W.II, 18:1:5-7; grants to Historical Society, 5:2:37; mentioned, 1:1:5; 3:2:l8; 15:4:28,30,31,32; 18:4:26, 28; 19:l:30; 19:4:15-24 passim; 20:2:16,27,40

San Diego County Boundaries: 1:1:6,8,9; 6:1:20

San Diego County Bureau of Mines, 19:4:22

San Diego County Courthouse: photograph(s), 1887, 20:4:39; photograph(s), 1902, 20:2:39

San Diego County Highway Development Association, 17:2:21

San Diego County Historical Markers Commission, 5:1:1

San Diego County Historical Shrine Foundation. See Historical Shrine Foundation of San Diego County

San Diego County Hospital, 16:2:15,16,17

San Diego County Legislature, 2:4:52

San Diego County Medical Society, 16:2:22

San Diego County Newspapers (checklist), 11:4:45

“San Diego County Ordinances,” by Edgar I. Kendall, 1:1:4-5

San Diego Court of Sessions, 2:4:52

San Diego Cricket Club, 19:2:31

San Diego and Cuyamaca Eastern Railroad, 2:2:23; 3:1:11; 4:2:26; 8:4:49; 20:3:64

San Diego Daily World, 20:l:30-31

San Diego de Alcala, O.F.M.; illustration, 13:4:12; mentioned, 13:4:11

San Diego Depot, 1:2:18-19

San Diego Directory (1889), 20:2:11

San Diego and Eastern Railroad, 19:1:11, 13,21

San Diego Eastern Terminal Company, 2:1:2

“San Diego and the 1849 State Convention, by Helen Gohres, 10:1:1 -8

San Diego Electric Railway, 2:1:12

“The San Diego and Escondido Stage,” by James E. Reading, 3:3:29-32

San Diego Evening Ttibune, 19:1:17,21,29, 30; 20:1:16

San Diego Fair Grounds at Del Mar (Locomotive Monument), 2:1:10

San Diego Fire Department: article about, 11:2:34-39; illustration 11:2:cover,37; mentioned, 4:4:50; photograph(s), 11:2:35,38

San Diego Flood Control Channel, 20:4:19

San Diego Flume and Mission Dam, 5:1:3; 8:4:48

San Diego Flume Company, 6:1:28; 13:4:54; 15:2:4

San Diego Free Reading Room Association, 4:3:38

San Diego and Fort Yuma Turnpike Company, 1:3:39; 5:2:40

San Diego Gas Company, 2:3:33,34

San Diego Gas and Electric Company, 2:3:33-37

San Diego and Gila Southern Pacific and Atlantic Railroad, 6:l:22; 11:1:34-35; 13:4:42; 17:2:14,19,28; 18:4:26; 19:4:34; 20:3:54

San Diego Granite Company, 20:3:62

San Diego Guard, 20:3:55

San Diego Harbor, 1:4:54; 7:4:50; 11:3:31 33,47

San Diego Harbor Commission, 20:4:8

San Diego Harmonic Cornet Band (ca. 1887): photograph(s), 20:4:40

San Diego Health Department, 20:2:6-28 passim. See also San Diego Board of Health

San Diego Herald: arrival of Overland Mail, fac. p. 1857, 3:2:19; fac. adv. for Whaley & Ringgold, 1857, 6:2:45; mentioned, 1:2:16; 4:3:41; 9:2:24,25; 15:2:15,16; 19:1:31,35-42 passim; 20:3:55,56,57,58; 20:4:2; reception of Overland Stage reported, 18:1:19-20; Thomas Darnall and, 17:1:14-16; title p. facsimile 1857, 19:1:37

San Diego High: photograph(s), 1918, 20:1:15; student unrest at in 1918, 20:1:15-25

“San Diego Historical Highlights,” by Winifred Davidson: mentioned, 19:2:11

San Diego Historical Site Board, 17:4:39, 40

San Diego Historical Society: junior members of, photograph(s), 20:4:28-29; history of, 1:2:26; mentioned, 1:1:1; 15:3:12,21,25,26,27; 18:3:22; 19:2:11,32; 19:4:37; 20:4:39. See also Serra Museum

“The San Diego Historical Society,” 15:3:25

San Diego History: Chicano perspective on, 18:4:14-21; Humorous Side, 17:3:28; 17:4:51; 18:1:18; 19:4:41; 20:1:25; 20:3:60; in Newspapers, 11:1:41-42; 11:2:43-44; research opportunities in, 12:3:36-50

San Diego House (Freeman-Light House), 20:2:32.

San Diego Hotel. See New San Diego Hotel

San Diego, Imperial Yuma Highway Association, 17:2:32

“San Diego in the Civil War,” by George Rulilen, 7:2:l7-22

San Diego in One Easy Lesson,” by Winifred Davidson, 1:1:2

San DiegoJournal, 20:3:68

San Diego Junior College, 20:1:2l

San Diego Land and Town Company, 4:2:24

San Diego Library Association (Horton Free Library Association), 4:3:38

San Diego Lodge No. 35, 2:2:25; 8:4:5556. See also Masonic Lodge No. 35

“San Diego Looks at the Maderista Revolution in Mexico,” by Margaret A. Secor, 18:3:1-5

San Diego and Los Angeles Railroad, 18:4:26

San Diego and Los Angeles Stage Lines, 3:3:33

San Diego Lyceum and Debating C1ub, 17:1:14; 20:3:55

San Diego Magazine, 17:2:22

San Diego Medical Society, 10:3:38

San Diego Military Establishment, 1:1:3

San Diego Mission Dam. See San Diego Flume and Mission Dam, and Mission Dam

San Diego Museum (Museum of Man), 20:1:19

San Diego Natural History Museum, 19:4:16

San Diego Naval Militia. See Naval Militia of San Diego

San Diego Naval Station, 11:3:33,35,49

San Diego newspapers. See San Diego Herald, San Diego Sun, San Diego Evening Tribune, and San Diego Union

San Diego, 01d Town & Pacific Beach Railway, 2:1:2; 7:1:2

San Diego Opera Unit: article about, 18:3:12-21; cast of “Gondoliers,” photograph(s), 18:3:14; lead singers for “Iolanthel,” photograph(s), 18:3:18; performing “Hansel and Gretel,” photograph(s), 18:3:17; photograph(s), 18:3:13

San Diego and Pacific Beach Railway, 6:2:75; 7:1:2,4-5

San Diego Peninsula (Carrillo Grant), 2:3:38

San Diego Physicians: illustration, 16:2:15

San Diego Presidio. See Presidio of San Diego

San Diego Public Library: article about, 1:1:7; 4:3:37-39; illustration, 4:3:37

San Diego Railroad Passenger Termina1: illustration 2:1:1

San Diego Rebellion in 1775, 2:3:32

San Diego Rifle and Revolver Club, 1915: photograph(s), 20:2:13

San Diego River: development in Mission Valley, 17:2:14-28; during 1916 Flood, photograph(s), 17:2:21; mentioned, 2:3:41; Mission Dam and, 5:1:4; plans for navigation, 3:3:37

San Diego Rowing Club: mentioned, 6:3:88; 6:4:94-96; 20:4:17-19; photograph(s), 6:4:95; 20:4:18,19

“San Diego’s Cable Railway,” by Susan Davis Haga, 15:2:21-25

“San Diego’s Eucalyptus Bubble,” by Leland G. Stanford, 16:4:11-19

“San Diego’s First Railroad,” by R. P. Middlebrook and R. V. Dodge, 2:1:1-3

“San Diego’s Horton Plaza,” by Mary Maud Burnham, 20:4:38-43

“San Diego’s Judges of the Plains,” by Leland Stanford, 15:4:27-32

“San Diego’s Medico-Legal History, 1850-1900,” by Leland Stanford, 16:2:4-23

San Diego Society of Natural History, 11:1:35; 18:1:35

San Diego’s 160th Birthday (Ceremonies and History), 11:4:31-36

“San Diego’s Opera Unit of the WPA Federal Music Project,” by Peter Mehren, 18:3:12-21

San Diego and Southeastern Railroad, 4:2:26

“San Diego’s Shrunken Boundaries,” by B. B. Moore, 1:1:6

“San Diego’s Street Names,” by H. K. Raymenton, 10:2:24-25

San Diego State College (University), 11:4:12-29; 14:3:28; 14:4:15,22,23,27,32; 16:4:8

San Diego Street Car Company, 12:1:11

San Diego Street Railway, 2:4:50

San Diego Sun: editoria1 cartoon, 18:3: iv; Jesse Shepard and, 16:3:14; mentioned, 7:4:50; 19:1:12,14,21; 19:2:30; 20:2:11,22; 20:1:16; reaction to Maderista Revolution in Mexico, 18:3:1-5

San Diego Teachers’ Association, 20:1:24a

San Diego Trust and Savings Bank: photograph(s), 17:4:27

San Diego: The Unconventional City, by Neil Morgan: noted, 19:1:50

San Diego Unifned Port District, 20:4:14

San Diego Union: attitude toward Japanese during World War II, 18:1:1-2,4,8; automobile action, 17:2:29-35 passim; commenting on railway mishap; 2:1:1; first published, 18:4:33; founding, 6:1:24; in 1868, fac. p., 13:2:36; in 1870, fac. p., 13:1:19-22, 13:2:36; history of, article about, 14:4:33-40; mentioned, 13:4:47; 15:1:6; 17:4:31; 19:1:1426 passim; 19:2:31,32; 19:4:22,46; 20:1:16-31 passim; 20:2:2-39 passim; 20:3:26,29,61,64; 20:4:5,22,39,41,42; questions Cuyamaca grant, 1871, 17:1:6-9; reaction to Maderista Revolution in Mexico, 18:3:1-5; old building, illustration, 18:1:cover; reports Hatfield Flood, 16:1:16-19; sanitation measures in San Diego, 4:3:40; speeding in City Streets, 1881, 4:1:l2; Stingaree Raid. 1912, fac. p., 20:2:3

San Diego Union Historical Museum: photograph(s), 14:4:40

San Diego Union Terminal Company, 2:l:2

San Diego Union Weekly, 17:1:4; 20:4:40

San Diego Water Company, 17:2:18,20

“San Diego… Where California Began: A Brief History of the Events of Four Centuries,” by James Mills, 6:1:1-37; 13:4:4-73 (reprint)

San Diego Yacht Club: mentioned, 20:4:5-11 passim; photograph(s), 20:4:20

San Diego and Yuma Mail Line, l854, 3:3:33

San Diego and Yuma Rai1road, 19:1:20

San Diego Zoo, 6:1:30; 18:3:17

Sandrock, C. W. (Sandrock’s Tienda), 17:2:18

Sandstone & Soapstone, 13:4:6

San Esteban Island, 17:3:5

San Felipe, 13:1:40; 19:2:22

San Felipe Valley Stage Station, 14:3:28

San Francisco: Drake’s Bay, 18:2:2,4; earthquake and San Diego Naval Militia, 9:2:20; illustration, 1855, 9:3:39; mentioned, 20:3:46,48; 20:4:31,32; source of Chinese labor, 10:1:10

San Francisco Alta California, 19:1:35-36

San Francisco Bulletin, 19:2:16,17

San Francisco Chronicle, 19:1:15; 20:4:34

San Francisco Herald, 11:1:42

The San Francisco Vigilance Committee of 1856; Three Views: William T. Coleman, William T. Sherman, James O’Meara, introduction and edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.: review, 18:2:17-18

Sagines, Gov., 20:4:42

San Gorgonio Pass, 3:2:15

San Gregorio, 14:3:26

Sanitation in San Diego, 1882, 4:3:40

San Jacinto State Park Project, 19:4:16,23

San Jose, California, 18:4:18-19; 19:1:4

San Jose del Cabo, 18:1:14; 18:4:12

The San Juan Bautista, 18:2:2

San Juan Capistrano: language, 7:3:31-36; mentioned, 2:3:36; 16:4:8; 20:3:35,37

San Juan Capistrano (Cable Car), 15:2:21

Sanjurjo, Francisco, 20:1:31

San Lucas (Baja California), 18:1:15; 18:4:4

San Luis Potosi, 18:4:6

San Luis Rey: mentioned, 5:1:16; 12:4:25

San Luis Rey Indians: 1800, illustration, 13:4:4; 1835, illustration, 13:4:8

San Luis Rey Ranch, 9:2:26

San Marcos, 11:1:3

San Miguel (first name given to San Diego), 1:1:2

San Miguel, 11:1:3

San Miguel Island, 13:4:10; 18:2:1,2; 19:3:4

San Pasqual: A Crack in the Hills, by Mary Rockwood Peet: review, 19:4:56-57

San Pasqual, Battle of: Army of the West, 10:3:29; article about, 10:3:29-34; 19:4:1-13; battle site, photograph(s), 14:3:24; events leading up to, 10:3:29-34; graves of soldiers, 4:1:1; list of Californios at, 13:4:35; maps, 13:4:36; 19:4:iv; mentioned, 5:1:21,24; 6:1:18-19; 10:3:29; 14:3:23-24; 19:4:1-13 passim; 19:4:8; Mormon Battalion and, 10:3:31; Sutter Gun used at, illustration, 13:4:37; sword-hilt, 2:4:55

San Pedro, 12:2:7

San Pedro Harbor, 20:4:3

San Pedro y Las Flores: photograph(s), 7:3:35

San Salvador, 19:3:2

San Souci Hotel (Hawaii): photograph(s), 19:2:23

Santa Agueda, 11:1:7-9

Santa Ana, 18:2:2 Santa Ana (Baja California), 18:4:5,12

Santa Ana Canyon, 4:1:10

Santa Ana Mine (Baja California), 18:1:14

“The Santa Ana Winds,” by Bertram B. Moore, 4:1:8-10

Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de, 4:1:9; 12:3:10,23; 17:2:7; 20:4:26

Santa Barbara, 12:3:13,17; 12:4:20,23,24, 27,29,31

Santa Barbara Channel Islands, 18:2:5

Santa Barbara Lighthouse: illustration 1:4:57

Santa Barbara Mission Archives, 19:2:9

Santa Catarina, 14:3:28

Santa Clara Point, 20:4:19

Santa Cruz: earthquake, 1871, 10:2:16; map of, 11:1:5; mentioned, 11:1:2,5,7,8,15,16,17,18; 18:2:2

Santa Fe, 6:3:87,88; 20:4:20

Santa Fe Land Improvement Company, 14:2:16-17

Santa Fe Rai1road, 2:1:10-11; 18:4:34; 20:1:35

Santa Fe Station (Escondido): 1910, photograph(s), 9:3:33

Santa Fe Station (San Diego): mentioned, 17:4:44; photograph(s), 13:3:38

Santa Fe Wharf (San Diego): 1905, photograph(s), 20:2:25

Santa Isabe1. See Mission Santa Ysabel and Rancho Santa Ysabel

Santa Margarita, 20:3:37; 7:3:33

Santa Maria School District,

Santa Maria Valley: mentioned, 15:2:7; photograph(s), 6:3:85

Santa Monica Bay, 18:2:4

Santa Rosa: mentioned, 9:2:18; photograph(s), 7:4:51

Santa Ysabel. See Mission Santa Ysabel and Rancho Santa Ysabel

Santee, California, 20:3:64

Santiago (Yuma Indian Chief), 19:3:26

Santo Tomas, 11:1:7-9 passim; 18:2:4,5

Santo Tomas, 13:1:36; 17:2:7

San Vicent Reservior, 17:2:22

San Vicente, Don Agustin Fernandez, 12:3:8

San Ysabel Valley, 15:2:8-9

San Ysidro, 19:1:11,23

Sargents (Restaurant), 2:4:46

Sarmiento y Vallardares, Viceroy, 18:4:2

Saturn: photograph(s), 9:1:6

Sauer, A. R., 19:1:31

Saunders, Lyle, 18:4:15

Savannah, 19:4:3,4

Save Our Heritage Organization (SOHO), 17:4:39,40

Save The Redwoods League, 19:4:15-16

Savin, Adolfo, 17:2:3,6

The Savoy Players, 18:3:13

Savoy Theatre, 18:3:14

Saxton, Alexander M.: book by, review, 18:2:19-21

Saxton, Joseph, 10:4:49,50

Scananella, Ray: photograph(s), 11:4:18-19

Scharf, Thomas L.: article by, 19:3:18-31; article co-authored by, 20:1:1-14

Scheper, Anna, 17:4:33,34

Schlichting, Jack: illustration by, 19:l:cover,iv,9; 19:3:3

Schlenker, Gerald: article by, 18:1:1-9

Schiller, Hanah, 19:4:35

Schiller, Leo M., 20:1:17

Schiller, Marcus, 7:3:42; 11:1:37; 19:4:35-36; 20:3:54,55

Schiller, Rudolph: photograph(s) by, 17:2:9

Schiller House, 2:2:26

Schillinger, 15:1:14

Schmid, F. J. A,: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Schmidt, Otto M.. 16:1:14

Schmitt Building (San Diego): photograph(s), 20:4:39

Schneider, Otto H.,, 16:4:4,9; 19:4:46 School of Antiquity, 12:2:18,19

Schools in San Diego: article in San Diego World, 1:1:13; District No. 1, 19:2:16-17; 19:4:34; mentioned, 18:2:8-14; New San Diego, 5:1:24; public, list of, 1:1:3; San Diego Depot, 1:2:19; Spanish, 1:1:3; teacher, Mary C. Morse, 13:1:8,23

Schreffler, Mary Connors, 15:1:4,7 Schroeder, Carl: photograph(s), 20:2:13 Schroeppel, G.: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Schulz-Bischof, Elsbeth: book translated by, review, 18:4:39

Schuyler, Daniel, 2:3:39-40

Schuyler, Lydia, 2:3:40

Schwartz, Henry: article by, 19:2:14-20; 20:3:53-60

Science in San Diego: after World War 2:, 6:1:34; scientists, 1950, 6:1:34; “Scientists & Tourists,” 13:4:72,73; various institutions, 6:1:34

Scientific American, 16:4:12

Scissors Crossing, 5:1:17,22,26

Scott, Carroll, 4:3:30

Scott, Chalmers: mentioned, 6:2:70; 15:1:27; 20:1:9,10; portrait, 13:4:47

Scott, Ed, 17:4:35

Scott, Maria Antonia Arcadia Couts, 20:1:7,9

Scott, Tom: mentioned, 6:1:25; 13:4:48; 18:4:26,34; photograph(s), 13:4:49;

“Tom Scott Boom” and, 13:4:48

Scott, Co1. Walter, 19:2:35

Scott, Winfneld, 20:3:46

Scott, W. 0.: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Scripps, Edward: mentioned, 17:2:30; 18:3:2,3; 19:1:21; photograph(s), 18:3:3

Scripps, Ellen: house of, 17:4:4,16; mentioned, 17:4:24; 19:4:18,46

Scripps, F. T., 19:2:32; 20:4:16

Scripps, Mrs. F. T., 20:4:20

Scripps, Thomas 0., 20:4:15,16

Scripps, Virginia (Home), 17:4:4

Scripps Institution of Oceanography: photograph(s), 13:4:71

Scully, Vincent: book by, md., 18:3:34

Scurvy: in the age of discovery, 10:4:45,46,47

Seaman, 18:3:11

Seaman and Holman v. Temecula Indians, 15:2:26-32

Seamen’s Rest (San Diego): mentioned, 20:2:24; photograph(s), 20:2:24,25

The Sea King: The Building of a Nation (Goodwin): mentioned, 19:2:10

Sea and Pacific Motor Boat, 20:4:12

The Sea Queen, 20:4:11

Sea Routes to the Gold Fields, by Oscar Lewis: noted, 18:3:35

“Sebastian Vizcaino and San Diego Bay,” by W. Michael Mathes, 18:2:1-7

Secor, Margaret A.: article by, 18:3:1-5

Secret Doctrine (Blavatsky), 20:3:13

Secularization Act: effect on Mission Indians, 9:3:29-30; mentioned, 12:4:35; 14:2:11; 15:4:14; 20:1:28

Sedgewick, Thomas, 6:2:64

See America First, 19:1:22-23

Seeley, A. L.: mentioned, 3:3:34; 5:1:13; 14:3:15; 15:1:6-7; 18:1:20; 20:2:52; stage line, 4:1:12

Seeley, Tonm, 3:3:39,40

Seeley Hotel (Bandini house): photograph(s), 20:2:52

Seeley and Wright: facsimile stage schedule, 1869, 8:1:3; menit., 3:3:32; 18:1:20

Sefton Block: trains at, photograph(s), 7:1:9

Sefton Home: mentioned, 3:1:13; photograph(s), 3:1:13

Sehon, John L., 8:4:53; 9:1:7,8; 9:2:20; 19:1:19; 20:2:19

A Select Bibliographical Guide to California Catholic Periodical Literature, 1844-1973, comp. and annotated by Francis J. Weber: review, 20:2:56-57

A Select Bibliography: The California Missions, 1765-1972, comp. and annotated by Rev. Francis J. Weber: noted, 19:2:50

Select Committee Investigating National Defense Migration. See Tolan Committee of the United States House of Representatives

A Selective Bibliography for the Study of Mexican American History, edited by Matt S. Meier and Feliciano Rivera: md., 18:4:50

Seligmann, Gustav L.: book edited by, review, 20:1:41-42

Selmyn Home: photograph(s), 13:1:11

Selton, Donna K.: article by, 2:4:52-54

Semper, Paratus, 17:1:9

Senan, Jose Antonio, 19:1:8

Senator: illustration, 13:2:32; mentioned, 3:1:1; 3:3:38,39,40; 15:3:6; 17:2:9

Sepulveda, Francisco, 7:3:32

Serra, Fr. Junipero: among the Indians, illustration, 13:3:9; baptizing an Indian, illustration, 13:3:23; biog. sketch, 8:2:24; burial crypt at Carmel, photograph(s), 13:3:25; cell at Carmel Mission photograph(s), 13:3:15; Dieguenos and, 6:1:2; explored San Diego in 1769, 17:2:15; founding of San Carlos Mission, illustration, 13:3:11; founding of Mission San Diego, 1:1:2; 5:1:6,10,15; illustration, 13:3:cover,3; landing place at Monterey, illustration, 11:2:2; letter to Bucareli y Ursua, 1774, 13:3:21-24; letter to Fages, 1772, 13:3:18-20; facsimile p., 13:3:19; letters of, 11:4:24,27; mentioned, 9:1:12; 11:2:3-7,11; 12:4:14,15; 13:3:8,9,15,16, 20,21,24,25; 13:4:7,15,16; 15:3:3,4,21, 26; 15:4:4,15,33,34; 14:4:5-8,19,33; 19:1:2,4; 20:4:35; office at Carmel Mission, photograph(s), 13:3:14; portrait, 13:3:7, 24; 13:4:15; signature of in 1769, facsimile 12:4:14; statue of, Golden Gate Park, photograph(s), 13:3:22; statue of, Presidio Park, photograph(s), 8:2:23; 15:l:cover; Water Rights Document, 1774, 10:3:40,41,42; fac. pp., 10:3:41

Serra Cross (Presidio Park): illustration, 15:3:5; photograph(s), 8:2:22; 15:3:4

Serra Museum: accessioning artifacts, photograph(s), 12:4:13; cannon found in San Diego Bay, 11:4:38; dedication ceremonies in 1929, 11:4:31-37; dedication plaque, photograph(s), 15:3:cover; dioramas in, photograph(s), 8:2:27; 12:4:8; displays, photograph(s), 15:3:28; during construction, photograph(s), 8:2:1B; dog bones dug up near, 2:4:55; gun show at, pbot., 8:2:29; history of, 3:1:2; 8:2:22-29; Junior League tours, photograph(s), 12:4:7; illustration, 1:1:cover; 12:4:6; 15:3:5; library of, discussed, 15:3:25; 19:4:66-67; 20:4:57-58; manner of construction, 7:2:2426; mentioned, 10:3:42; 12:3:36; 12:4:5-15 passim; 15:3:3,4,9,12,13,26-31; model railroad show at, photograph(s), 8:2:29; number of visitors, 8:1:12; photograph(s), 8:2:cover, 313; 12:3:36; 12:4:cover; 17:4:cover; researchers at, photograph(s), 12:3:45; Spanish oak chest in, photograph(s), 8:2:26; visited by school groups, 15:3:30-31

“The Serra Museum and Presidio Park,” 8:2:1-29

“Serra Museum ‘Swings’ (Like a Pendulum Do),” 12:4:7-17

Serra Pa1m site: illustration, 4:1:13; mentioned, 5:1:10,11; 14:3:13; photograph(s), 14:3:15

Las Sergas de Esplandian, by Garcia Ordonez de Montalvo: mentioned, 11:1:2

SerraDo, jose Antonio, 15:4:27; 19:4:8; 20:3:41

Serrano, Mrs. Jose, 15:1:38

Serrano, Luis, 4:1:1,12; 4:4:45; 15:1:10

Serrano, Rafaela, 13:1:36; 15:1:14-15

Serrano, Serafino, 2:2:25

Serrano Family, 5:4:59

Servin, Manuel: article by, 19:1:1-9; article rebutted, 19:2:32-39; book edited by, noted, 20:4:56; review by, 19:2:43-45

Sessions, Frank: 7:3:40. See also “Frank Sessions’ Performing Steers”

Sessions, Kate 0., 2:1:8; 14:3:27; 17:4:3,10; 20:4:42

Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Seth, 16:1:15

Seven Buckets of B1ood (San Diego), 20:2:7

Seventy-Five Years in California (Davis), 2:2:26; 19:2:10

“Seventy-Five Years of Light,” by Bill Dyke, 2:3:33-37

Seward, William H., 19:4:34

Sexton, Sheriff M. M., 17: 1:14

Shadow, The Gray Fox: illustration from, 18:2:13; mentioned, 18:2:13

Shakespearean Productions at Pt. Loma’s Greek Theater, 12:2:21,22. See also Greek Theater (Pt. Loma)

Shand, Graham, 20:4:12

Shanks, Rosalie: article by, 19:1:25-33

Shannon, J. W., 19:2:31

Shaw, Frank, 4:1:12

Shaw, Thomas M., 9:2:17,18,20

Sheep Ranching in Southern California, 20:1:8- 9,31

Sheldon, Gale: article by, 3:4:43-47

Shell, Joseph L., 19:4:39

Shelter Island, 20:4:9,17

Shelton, Christopher A., 15:4:18

Shepard, Benjamin Henry and Jesse Francis. See Shepard, Jesse

Shepard, Emily Grierson, 16:3:5

Shepard, Fidelia, 16:3:13

Shepard, Jesse: art, about, 16:3:4-21; 19:2:39-42; photograph(s), 16:3:5,6,27; 19:2:39; writings of, discussed, 16:3:26-29; 19:2:41-42. See also Grierson, Francis and Villa Montezuma

Shepard, Joseph, 16:3:5

Shepard, Lettia, 16:3:5

Shepard House. See Villa Montezuma

Sherman, Augusta Jane (Barrett): mentioned, 18:4:24,27,28-34 passim, 35,36; photograph(s), 18:4:28

Sherman, Benjamin, 9:3:29

Sherman, Captain, 17:2:17

Shermanm, Fannie, 18:4:27,35

Shernmman, Matthew: mentioned, 18:4:22-27, 28,31-34 passim, 35,36,37; photograph(s), 18:4:22

Sherman, Matthew (son), 18:4:27,35

Sherman Apartments, 18:4:27,28,35

Sherman Cottage: photograph(s), 1873, 18:4:37

Sherman-Gilbert House, 17:4:39

Sherman Home: 1887, photograph(s), 18:4:23; interior photograph(s), 18:4:24-25

Sherman School: mentioned, 18:4:24,26,28; 19:4:36; photograph(s), 1900, 18:4:25

Sherman’s Addition, 16:3:9; 18:4:24, 26,28,36

Shields, Wilmer: article by, 2:4:48-51; 3:1:13; 3:4:47-49; 9:1:1-6; 15:3:6-9; mentioned, 20:3:26

Shingles: article about, 1:3:37-38; different types, illustration, 1:3:37

Shinn, Charles Howard: article by, 11:1:1-14

Shipek, Florence Connolly: article by, 15:2:2632; review by, 18:2:16

Ship building in San Diego: mentioned, 6:1:34; photograph(s), 13:4:71

“A Shipment of Goods to the Presidio of San Diego,” by Patrick Pleskunas, 10:4:54-55

Ships, Historic. See under individual names

Shirley, Dame (Louise Clappe): book by, noted, 18:3:35

The Shirley Letters, by Dame Shirley, introduction by Richard Oglesby: noted, 18:3:35

The Shirley Letters, edited by Carl Wheat: noted, 18:3:35

A Short History of the Ancient Israelites, by Claude Fleury: mentioned, 19:4:36

Shorts, “Doc,” 20:4:17

“Shorty,” 15:2:4

Showalter, Daniel, 7:2:23-25

Showalter Party, 7:2:23-25; 14:3:22

Shute, Richard A., 4:4:48

Shussler, Herman, 12: l:8

Sierra Club, 19:4:15

Signal Lake, 19:3:24

Signal Mountain, 19:3:24

The Silent City (Archaeological investigations at the Royal Presidio of San Diego), 11:4: 1-29

Siliceo, Manuel, 20:4:28 Silvas, Maria Antonia Juliana Machado, 15: 1:34

Silvergate, 20:4:5

Silver Gate Station, 2:3:37

Silver Gate Yacht Club, 20:4:16-17

Silver Strand, 2: 3:38-40; 12: 1: 12

Simmons, Bezar, 2:3:38

Simmons, Steven, 20:2:31

Simon Benson: Northwest Lumber King, by Alice Benson Allen: review, 18:2:15

Simonetti, Achille, 19:2:27

Simonson, Harold P.: article by, 19:2:39-42; mentioned, 16:3:27-29

Simpson, Frank, 9:2:15,16,17

Simpson, Frew W., 18: 1:2

Simpson, M. D. L., 6:2:60

Simpson-Pirnie Granite Company, 20:3:64

Sinaloa, 18:4:2,11,12

Sir Francis Drake Lodge (San Diego), 19:2: 31

Sisters of Charity (San Juan Bautista Mission), 10:2:15,16

Sisters of St. Joseph (Yuma), 4:4:44

Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondolet, 10:2:18

“Sisters Under Their Plaster” (Lighthouse History), 1:4:56-58

Sixty Years in Southern California, 18531913, by Harris Newmark, edited by Maurice H. and Marco R. Newmark: noted, 18:2: 21

Skedden, Edward, 18:3:15

Skeeters (Sub-Club of San Diego Rowing Club), 6:4:94-97

Skeleton’s Closet Revisited: A Light Look at San Diego History, by Herbert W. Lockwood: review, 20:2:57

Sketches of Earlv California: A Collection of Personal Adventures, introduction and commentary by Oscar Lewis, comp. by Donald de Nevi: noted, 18:3:34

Sketches of a Journey on the Two Oceans and to the Interior of America and of a Civil War in Northern Lower California, by Abbe Henry-J. A. Alric, translated by Norah E. Jones, edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.: review, 18:1:30-31

Skillman, Capt. Henry, 3:2:16

Skillman, James, 15:2:17

Skinner, Eugene C., 19:1:28

Skinner, Miss, 15:1:8

Sky Scrapers (First in San Diego), 2:2:21

Slade, Samuel, 17:4:34

Slater, John: brand of 1890, photograph(s), 11:1:24

Slaves; brought to Ca1ifornia, 9:1:1,4,5,6

Sloane, Charles L,, 18:4:35

Sloane, Frances Augusta: article by, 18:4:35; mentioned, 18:4:28

Sloane, Capt. and Mrs. Hampton P., 18:4:35

Sloane, Harrison G., 20: 1: 21

Sloane, Joshua, 4:4:54

Sloane, Judge W. A.: mentioned, 19:2:32; portrait, 16:2:15

Small, Emmett, 20:3:13

“A Small Iron Cannon Recovered from San Diego Bay,” by James R. Moriarty and William L. Crocker, 11:4:37-42

Smallpox, 1:3:35,36; 16:2:20-21

Smith, Albert B., 5:1:4,9; 5:4:69; 6:1:17; 13:4:31; 14:3:7; 15:3:21; 15:1:34; 15:4:32; 17:1:16

Smith, Albert Henry, 15:1:3

Smith, Annie McDonald (High), 16:3:12

Smith, Buckingham, 19:3:6

Smith, Frank: photograph(s), 12:4:13

Smith, Guadalupe Machado Wilder de, 15:1:34

Smith, Jedediah, illustration, 13:4:24; mentioned, 5:1:7; 6:1:12; 14:3:9; 15:1:29

Smith, Thomas L. (Peg-Leg), 14:3:26-27

Smith, Virginia McKenzie, 17:4:6-7

Smog (First seen in San Diego), 2:3:38

Smuggling (San Diego), 1:4A:48; 6:3:80

Smythe, Bensel, 19:1:13

Smythe, Margaret, 19:1:12

Smythe, William E.: article about, 19:1:10-24; 19:2:17; 19:4:33; describes first dwelling in New San Diego, 2:2:26; History of San Diego and, 13:4:53; 17:2:14; 17:4:31; mentioned, 19:1:12; 20:2:41; 20:3:29; Thomas Fitch and, 3:4:47; photograph(s), 19:1:11; Pt. Loma Oak Trees, 4:3:29

Snead, Dr. Q. A., 10:3:37; 15:1:7; 16:2:6, 14; 17:4:51

Snook, Joseph, 19:2:7; 20:3:41

Snow, Harry, 4:2:24

Soares, Celestino, 19:3:6

Sociedad de Irrigacion y Terrenos de la Baja California, 17:3:7

Society of California Pioneers, 9:2:26

Society of Jesus. See Jesuits

Soda Springs. See Buckman Springs

Sokoloff, Nicolai, 18:3:20

Sola, Bernardo, 18:1:16,17

Sola, Pablo de, 12:3:8; 15:4:1 1

Soldado de Cuera: illustration, 19:1:cover,9; mentioned, 19:1:2,3,7,9

A Soldier-Scientist in the American Southwest, Being a Narrative of the Travels of Elliott Coues, Assistant Surgeon, U.S.A., with his Observations Upon Natural History, 1864-1865, by Michael J. Brodhead: review, 20:2:58-59

Soldier in the West: Letters of Theodore Talbot During His Services in California, Mexico, and Oregon, 1845-53, edited by Robert V. Hine and Savoie Lottinville: review, 19:3:43-44

Soldier types, 1500’s: illustration, 12:2:4-5

Soldiers, Leather Jacket: illustration, 11:4:cover

Soledad Ranch: illustration, 13:1:12

Solis, Joaquin, 6:1:12; 13:4:25

Solomon, Hyman, 15:1:12

Soltesz, Edward S., 20:4:14

Sonka, Anthony F.: article by, 4:2:26-27

Sonka Brothers General Merchandise, 4:2:26

Sonoma Adobe: illustration, 11:3:12

Sonora, 18:4:2,11

Sonora-Baja California Railway, 19:3:11

Sonoras (Winds), 4:1:8

Sons of St. George (San Diego), 19:2:31

“Soon the Plaza Was the Center,” by Mary Maud Burnham, 20:4:40-43

Soper, Sylvester, 7:2:20

Sorrento Grade: photograph(s), 10:1:cover,9,11

Sorrento Hill, 10:1:10

Sorrento Railroad Camp, 10:1:10,11

Sorrento Valley, 19:1:31

Soto, Lorenzo, 15:1:14-15; 15:4:32

Sotoyome, 19:2:9

Southard, Dayton G., 14:4:38

Southern California Boundary Survey (1849): article about, 19:3:18-31

Southern California Edison Company, 2:3:36

Southern California in 1849: map, 19:3:25

Southern California Mountain Water Company, 13:4:56; 19:1:19-21 passim

Southern California Railroad, 10:1:11

Southern California Yachting Association, 20:4:9

“Southern California’s First Light,” by James Mills, 1:4:43-47

Southern Emigrant Trail, 17:3:2

Southern Military District, 20:3:35-42 passim

Southern National Highway Association, 17:2:35

Southern Pacific Railroad: mentioned, 2:1:9-10; 3:4:50-51; 19:1:17,20; 20:1:35; terminal at Calexico, 1904, photograph(s), 17:3:8-9; use of eucalyptus trees, 16:4:15

Southern Star Chapter No. 96 (San Diego), 19:4:36

South, Marshall, 19:4:22

“South San Diego-July 30, 1871” (Letter of Alonzo E. Horton), 16:1:28-32

Southwestern Yacht Club: mentioned, 20:4:1214,17; photograph(s), 20:4:13

The Southwest Magazine, 20:4:34

So What About History? by Edmund S. Morgan: review, 17:4:49

Spade, Emma, 18:2:10

Spade, James, 20:4:17

Spalding, Albert G., 17:2:30; 20:3:11,17, 24

Spalding, Mrs. A. G. See Mayer, Elizabeth Churchill

Spalding House (Theosophical Institute): photograph(s), 20:3:5

Spain: colonial system of, in Baja California, 18:4:1-13; mentioned, 18:2:2

Spanish Bill of Lading Document: facsimile 10:4:55

Spanish Borderlands, 18:4:15-16

Spanish Cemetery (San Diego Presidio), 5:1:10

Spanish Constitution of 1812, 12:3:6,10

Spanish Families of California: art about, 11:3:1-14; first, 3:3:36

Spanish Galleon: illustration, 12:2:cover; 13:4:12; 18:2:3; photograph(s), 12:2:14

Spanish League, 11:1:10

Spanish Military: uniforms of, illustration, 15:4:10

Spanish Military Weapons in Colonial America, 1700-1821, by Sidley B. Brinckerhoff and Pierce A. Chamberlain: review, 19:4:57-58

“Spanish Myth” (Racial): article about, 19:1:1-9; 19:3:32-39

Spanish Period in California, 11:3:1-14

Spanish Village (San Diego): 1935, photograph(s), 13:4:65

“A Spanish Wall,” by James Mills, 2:3:41

Sparkman, Philip Stedman: book by, review, 18:2:16

Sparks, Isaac, 20:2:31

Spearman, Maj. C. F., 5:2:33-34

Speeding (San Diego, 1881), 4:1:12

Spelling Bee (Horton Hall), 4:3:37

Spileman, Col. E. B., 20:4:42

Spirit of St. Louis: mentioned, 1:1:3; photograph(s), 13:4:65

“The Spit.” See Silver Strand

S.P.Q.R. Store, 2:4:50; 3:1:3

Spofford, Mrs. Sara, 9:2:27

Spreckels, A. B., 19:1:21

Spreckels, Claus, 2:3:40

Spreckels, John D.: association of railroad private car, 2:1:9; becomes owner of Coronado, 2:3:40; buys Estudillo House, 5:1:4; 14:37; driving spike for San Diego and Arizona Railway, 1919, photograph(s), 13:4:59; mentioned, 4:2:24; 6:1:29; 11:3:44-45; 12:1:11,12; 13:4:53,56,57; 15:4:40; 17:2:30; 18:3:2,3,5; 19:1:14,18,19,21; photograph(s), 18:3:3; 13:4:53

Spreckels Brother Company, 13:4:53

Spreckels Building, 17:4:44

Spreckels Coal Bunkers Wharf, 5:2:35

Spreckels Company, 20:4:20

Spreckels Mansion, 12: 1: 9

Spreckels Wharf. illustration, 13:4:59

Sprigg, Patterson, 20:2:39

Springfield Musket: illustration, 7:2:2l

Spring Hill School District, 6:3:85,86

Stagecoaches: first passenger in San Diego, 2:2:25; holdups, 4:1:12; lines, 3:3:32; 8:1:7-8; mentioned, 4:1:12; 4:2:20; out of San Diego, 1916, 4:2:17-19; routes, 3:3:29-32; travel, 3:3:29,30

Stagecoaching on El Camino Real, Los Angeles to San Francisco: 1861-1901, by Charles F. Outland: review, 20:3:72

“The Stage to El Centro,” by Orion Zink, 18:1:19-23; postscript to, 20:3:67-68

Stancliff, Joe, 1:3:39

Standard Iron Works, 10:2:20

Standard Gas& Electric Company, 2:3:37

Standley, Prof, 2:3:39

Stanford, Leland: article by, 11:2:16-27; 15:4:27-32; 16:2:4-23; 16:4:11-19; book by, review, 16:3:31

Stanford, Leland: President of So. Pacific Railroad, 3:4:50-51

Starbird, Dorothy: photograph(s), 18:3:18

Star and Crescent Boat Company, 6:4:102

Starlight Opera Theatre, 18:3:14,17,20

Star of India: mentioned, 4:4:50; 9:2:18; 20:3:10; photograph(s), 14:3:28

Starr, Kevin: book by, review, 20:1:45-46

State Board of Agriculture (California), 11:1:22,23

State Board of Health (California), 11:1:25-29

State of California (steamer), 5:3:47

State-County Parks and Beaches Association, 19:4:17-18,20

State Lands Commission, 20:4:14

State Normal House: mentioned, 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

State Normal School: crews, 20:4:21-22; photograph(s), 20:4:21; mentioned, 1:2:24

State Park Commission, 19:4:14-24

Statistical Review (San Diego City Directory), 2:4:48

“Steamer Day,” by Loleta Levete Rowan, 3:1:4-5

Steam Locomotives, 2:1:9-11

Steam Navigation Company, 3:3:38

Steamship Wharf, 6:4:94-97

“Steam Trains to East San Diego,” by Herbert C. Hensley, 2: 1:4

Stearn, Madeleine B.: book introduction by, review, 20: 1:43-44

Stearns, Abel: mentioned, 6:1:12-13; 12:3:18; 13:4:25; 15:1:25-26; 17:2:3-8,10-13; 20:1:3-4; photograph(s), 17:2:7; portrait, 13:4:25

Stearns, Arcadia Bandini: mentioned, 15:1:2526; 17:2:11,13; 20:1:3,10; photograph(s), 16:2:7

Steele, F., 15:1:15

Steers (Frank Sessions’ performing): article about, 7:3:40; photograph(s), 7:3:41

Steinbeck, John, 18:4:15

Steiner, Samuel, 5:3:43

Steiner, Sig, 9:3:32

Steiner, Klauber & Castle, 11:3:42

Steiner, Klauber, Choate & Castle’s Addition, 2:1:4

Steiner & Klauber General Merchandise: mentioned, 5:3:43; photograph(s), 5:3:45. See also Klauber Wangenmheim Company

Steinfield, Me1vin: review by, 19:2:47

Stein, Walter J.: book by, review, 20:1:49-50

Stephen, Sir Alfred, 19:2:27

Stephens, A.P. (House), 17:4:6

Stephenson’s New York Volunteers, 6:1:20

Stephenson, Terry E., 4:1:9

Stern, Norton B.: article co-authored by, 19:4:27-41; book by, review, 20:2:61-62

Stevens, Edward D.: article by, 9:1:7-11

Stevens, Levi N., 9:2:26

Stevens, Robert L., 18:4:27

Stevens, William D., 9:2:21

Stevenson, Alice Barnett, 18:3:19

Stevenson, Charles C., 20:1:36

Stevenson, Fanny, 19:2:22,26

Stevenson, Co. Jonathan: article about, 20:3:33-43; photograph(s), 20:3:35

Stevenson, Robert Louis: bust of, photograph(s), 19:2:24; mentioned, 19:2:22-38 passim

Stevenson Society of America, 19:2:35-36 Stewart, Al, 20:4:12

Stewart, Don: armory dedication speech, 9:2:20; dedication to, 13:3:5-6; flood of 1916, 16:l:19; Frontier Port, 17:2:25; in W.W.I, 9:2:22; Maori King and, 9:2:21; mentioned, 19:2:32; photograph(s), 1914, 9:2:19; 13:3:5

Stewart, Frank, 15:l:8,37

Stewart, George R.: book by, noted, 18:3:35; book by, review, 18:l:29-30

Stewart, Jack, 14:3:l5

Stewart, John Collinms: biog. sketch, 15:1:3638

Stewart, Manuel, 15:1:37

Stewart, Margarita, 15:1:37

Stewart, Rosa Machado: biog. sketch, 15:1:36-37

Stewart, Rosita, 2:2:25; 15:1:37

Stewart, Samual, 17::4

Stewart, Solomon Freeman, 15:1:40

Stewart, Sir William Drummond, 11:2:31

Stewart, W. W., 11:3:4l

Stewart-Machado Families, 15:1:39

Stickney, J. K., 20:1:22

Stimson, Henry L., 18:1:5

The Stingaree: map of, 20:2:6; mentioned, 20:2:1-28 passim; photograph(s), 20:2:9

Stockton, Commodore Robert F.: crossing River San Gabriel, illustration 19:4:7; mentioned, 5:1:4,13; 6:1:17-18,19; 13:4:31,33,35; 15:3:21; 19:4:2-13 passim; 20:3:38; portrait, 13:4:33; 19:4:3

Stockton, Dr. Thomas C.: mentioned, 16:2:6; 17:4:33,34; portrait, 16:2:15

Stodelle, Jack: article by, 2:1:9-11

Stoker, Inez Owens, 17:4:7

Stokes, Edward R., 8:1:7; 20:2:32

Stokes, Family, 6:3:85

Stone, Frank, 15:4:32

Stone, Joe, 17:4:31

Stone, Dr. John: photograph(s), 12:3:41

“Stonewall Days,” by Maude L. McLees, 3:3:35

Stonewall Jackson House: article about, 14:2:24-27; photograph(s), 14:2:24

Stonewall Mine (Ju1ian): illustration, 3:3:cover; mentioned, 3:3:35; 4:2:20; photograph(s), 13:1:24; 15:2:11; 17:1:7,8

Stonington, 5:1:4; 6:1:17; 13:4:31

“A Store At Campo in 1899,” by Lawrence M. K1auber, 6:3:77-80

Storm, William H., 5:3:43

Story, H. L., 2:1:4; 2:3:38; 12:1:4,5,10,11

Story House: mentioned, 1:1:10; photograph(s), 1:1:11

The Story of New San Diego and Its Founder Alonzo E. Horton, by Elizabeth MacPhail: rev,, 16:3:31-32

Stose, Clem, 20:4:20

Stout, Joseph A.: book by, review, 19:4:59; book co-edited by, noted, 20:1:53

Stover, Allen J., 18:2:13

Stow, William W., 20:3:58

Straits of Anian, 6:1:4; 11:1:13,14; 13:4:10; 18:2:1

Strand, Coronado. See Silver Strand

Strauss, Levi, 6:3:77-80; 16:2:9

Strauss, Lewis, 20:3:54

Streetcars (San Diego in 1949), 6:1:33. See also Cable Cars

Street Lights (Are type): illustration, 2:3:35

Street Names: in Johnston Heights area, 5:3:50; in San Diego, article about, 10:2:24-25

Street Railway Company, 20:4:l2

Stridsburg, John, 20:3:64

Stroebel, Conrad, 7:3:43

Stroebel, Leek, 7:4:49

Stroebel, Maj. Max, 7:3:34

Strong, Douglas H.: review by, 18:1:31-32; 18:4:43

Strong, Rodtmey D.: review by, 20:4:51

Strudwick, June: article by, 4:3:33-35; 6:2:41-75

Stubblefield, Mr., 20:l:33

“Student Protest At Its Best: San Diego, 1918,” by Robert F. Heilbron, 20:1:15-25

Sturges, Clara D., 17:4:21

Stymen, Ted, 20:4:19

“Submarines” (Railway Cars), 7:1:1-13

passim Sugg, Mack: review by, 18:3:32

Sullivan, Louis, 17:4:1,4,22

Sullivan, Robert, 18:3:20

Sulphur Springs (Agua Tibia), 5:1:30

Summer, Charles Ripley: article by, 16:2:3439

A Summer of Travel in the High Sierra, by Joseph N. LeConte: review, 19:4:62

Summers, John E., 20:3:49

Summers, June Nay: book by, review, 18:4:41

Sundberg, Mrs. Richard, 17:4:43,44

The Summit at Sorrento, 1912: photograph(s), 10:1:11

Sun Building (San Diego), 20:4:43

Sunday Closing Bill, 20:3:57-58

Sunset Telephone Company, 1907. 10:1:13

Sunshine Home (San Diego), 20:3:17

Superior, 6:3:87-88

Supple, Joseph, 3:4:52

Surfboats and Horse Marines: U. S. Naval Operations in the Mexican War, 1846-48, by K. Jack Bauer; review, 18:1:25-27

Surplus Man (Smythe), 19:1:18

Supreme Court Decision of 1871 (New Town vs. Old Town), 6:2:68

Sutter, Capt. John: photograph(s), 13:4:41

Sutter Gun: used at Battle of San Pascual, illustration, 13:4:37

Swamp and Overflow Act of 1850, 17:3:3

Swanson, Seth, 1:3:34

Swanson, Walter, 14:4:38

Swayne, E. J., 16:3:12

Sweeney, Henry, 9:2:15

Sweeney, Maj., 20:4:42

Sweetwater Bridge: photograph(s), 1:3:cover

Sweetwater Dam: collapses, 8:3:42; dedication plaque, photograph(s), 8:3:41; illustration, 8:3:43; mentioned, 13:4:53; 20:3:62; photograph(s), 13:4:52; 16:1:25; 20:3:11,62

Sweetwater Lake, 8:3:40

Sweetwater Park, 20:4:42

Sweetwater River: flood of 1916, 1:3:32-34; mentioned, 1:3:34; pack train disaster at, illustration, 1:3:33

Sweetwater Valley, 2:3:39; 20:4:11

“A Swell Yachting Party,” by Herbert C. Hens1ey, 3:4:52-55

Swett (State School Superintendent), 19:2:15,16

Swing, Phil D.: mentioned, 16:2:27; 19:4:1819,20,64-65; photograph(s), 13:4:68

Swingle, Walter T., 19:4:16

Swycoffer, Jeff: photograph(s), 1888, 8:1:5

Swycoffer, Joseph, 3:2:20

T

Taft, William Howard, 18:3:4

Taggert, Charles, 14:4:36

Taggert & Bushybead, 14:4:36

Tanner, Thomas W., 6:2:64

Tanner Troupe Theater: interior photograph(s), 6:2:65

The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846, by David J. Weber: review, 17:4:45-46

Tape Recordings: used in oral history, 5:2:37

Tarr, Jashina A., 17:4:43

Tasker & Hoke, 2:2:27

Taylor, Bayard, 17:1:22

“Tea-Kettle Days,” by Clarence Woodson, 7:4:52-54

Teats, Katherine (Houses of), 17:4:8-9

Tebbetts, George Parrish: article about, 9:2:23-26; mentioned, 6:2:54; 8:4:S4,57; 16:2:6; 17:4:51; portrait, 16:2:15

Tebbetts, Nathan A., 9:2:25,26

Tebbetts and Company, 8:4:54

Temecula: article about, 20:1:26-38; cattle raising at, 4:2:15-16; commentary on, 20:3:74-76; mentioned, 15:1:30; 18:1:21; 18:3:6-11; map of, 20:3:75; railroad station, photograph(s), 20:1:36

Temecula Canyon: illustration, 3:4:51; mentioned, 20:3:61-62

Temecula Creek, 18:3:8,10,11

Temecula Indian Village: map, 18:3:8; mentioned, 20:1:30; 20:2:45; photograph(s), 18:3:7; plat of., 18:3:10; sketch, 1865, 18:3:6; 20:1:26

Temecula Indians: lands of in 1859, map, 15:2:32; mentioned, 10:2:16,20,21; 15:2:26, 27-31 passim; 15:2:32

“Temecula Indians vs. Holman and Seaman,” by Florence Shipek, 15:2:26-32

Temeku, by B. E. McCown, 18:3:7,8

Temperence Movements: 2:4:45,50

Temple, Donna Rafaela (Cota), 17:2:10

Temple, John, 17:2:10

Temple of Peace (Theosophical Society): doors, photograph(s), 20:3:cover,ii; mentioned, 12:2:19,22

“Tempting Temecula: The Making and Unmaking of a Southern California Community,” by Kurt Van Horn, 20:1:26-38

Ten Broeck, Peter G., 17:2:8,9

Tent City (Coronado), 2:3:40; 11:1:12

Tent Village, 17:3:16-17

The Tepee (Alvarado’s ranch home), 9:3:30

“Testimonios Sudcalifornianos,” 18:1:10

Texas: colonization of, 19:1:2-3; routes to on Overland Mail, 3:2:27

Texas Fever (Cattle Disease), 11:1:23,24,29,31

Texas and Pacific Bill (1871), 18:4:26

Texas and Pacific Railroad, 11:1:35; 10:2:19; 19:4:34; 20:1:30-31

Texeira, Joao de,l 20:4:32

Thatcher, Frederick J., 18:1:3

Theatre (Whaley House), 6:2:49

Theater Train (1880’s), 7:1:1 -13 passim

Theosophical Institute (Pt. Loma): article about, 20:3:1-32; mentioned, 12:2:17; 16:4:5; photograph(s), 17:3:16-17; 20:3:3-10 passim

Theosophical University, 20:3:28

Theosophy UnderFire (Harris), 20:3:21

“There Came Upon Me a Day of Trouble,” by Asa N. Bushnell, 7:4:45-49

“They Used to Call It ‘Wireless’,” by Edward D. Stevens, 9:1:7-11

They Were Only Diggers: A Collection of Articles From Calif0mia Newspapers,

1851-1866, On Indian and White Relations, edited by Robert F. Heizer: review, 20:4:54-55

Thiele, Ross H., 8:2:1B-2B

Thompson, Percival, 17:4:7

Thorn, Capt. Herman, 18:4:29; 19:2:27

Thorne, Marco: photograph(s), 15:3:25

Thomas, Charles, 20:1:32

Thompson, Joseph P., 17:2:10

Thompson, Phoebe L., 11:2:20

Thompson, Rafe, 1:4:51

“Those Accursed Howitizers,” by William L. Perkins, 10:3:29-34

“Those Fabulous Cable-Cars,” by W. C. Enneking, 2:1:5-8

“Those Peaceful Torture Trees,” by H. K. Raymenton, 9:4:51-55

Thousand Palms Canyon (Salvadore Canyon), 19:4:16

Thrapp, Dan L.: review by, 19:4:60-61

Throckmorton, Howard, 20:3:29

“Thumbing Through San Diego’s First Directories,” by Wilmer B. Shields, 2:4:48-51

Tibbetts, George, 5:1:22; 14:3:23; 15:1:7; 15:4:32

Tiburon Island, 17:3:5

“Tidal Marigrams,” by Helen Gohres, 10:4:49-53

Tidball, Margaret, 17:4:21

Tide Gauge: illustration, 10:4:50,51; mentioned, 10:4:49,50,52

The Tidings, 20:4:34

Tienda California, 2:2:24; 20:3:57-58

Tienda General, 15:1:14

Tijuana: 5:2:32; 19:1:26-28

Tijuana Revolution of 1911, 4:2:25

Tilton, L. Deming, 19:4:19,20

Timanus, W. J. See McManus, Mr. (Pt. Loma)

Timken Mansion, 17:4:2

Tingley, Madame Katherine: mentioned, 12:2:17,19,21,22,23; 17:3:16; 20:3:1-32 passim; photograph(s), 20:3:11

Tingley, Philo, 20:3:3,20

Tirsch, Ignacio: drwngs. by, 18:4:5,7

Title Insurance and Trust Company (San Diego), 10:2:18; 15:4:32; 18:4:36

Titus, Harry L., 19:1:21

Tobacco: 5:1:32; 6:3:80

Tobar, Capt. Juan Jose, 12:4:25

Tolan Committee of the United States House of Representatives, 18:1:4-5,6

Tollan, E. J., 20:1:36 Toll Road and Station (Mt. Springs), 1:3:39

Tomaso (Digueno Indian), 19:3:20,24

Tom Kay, 20:2:21

Tonner, Lawrence W., 16:3:5-6,7 “Too Late,” painting by Charles A. Fries, 16:2:cover

Tordesillas, Agreement of (1494), 12:2:6,7

Torrent, Fr. Hilario, 17:2:15

Torrey, Elliot: mentioned, 16:4:4,9,10; 19:4:46; painting by, 16:4:6

Torrey, Dr. John, 16:4:9

Tortilla Flat, by John Steinbeck, 18:4:15

Torture Trees: article about, 9:4:51-55

Torquemada, Fr. Juan de, 18:2:6

Tosello, John C.: review co-authored by, 19:4:58

Tourism in San Diego, 1:l:3; 6:1:34; 12:1:12

Tout, Otis B., 16:2:27

“The Town: As Rufus King Porter Saw It,” 11:1:41-42

Town and Country Hotel (San Diego), 17:2:22

Towns of Baja California, A 1918 Report by David Goldbaum, translated and edited by William 0. Hendricks: review: 18:3:28-29

Townsend, Lawrence: article by, 10:4:45-48

Townsend, Reginald: mentioned, 20:2:17,21,27; photograph(s), 20:2:17

Townsendite Party, 20:4:35 Tracy, Benjamin H., 9:2:15

“Tradition and Today – The Osuna Story,” 14:2:5-17

Transpeninsular Highway (Baja California), 19:3:11,17

Transportation: back country wagon trip, 5:3:52-54; Birch’s Overland Mail, 3:2:1518; cable cars, 1:1:12; 2:1:5-9; carreta, 4: 1:3-4; coaches, 8:1:4-8; electric street cars, 13:4:54; Julian stagecoach, 1:1:13-1 National City and Otay Railroad, 4:2:2325; railroad steam engines, 2:1:1-4, 5n; San Diego and Arizona Railway, 3:4:2,3; San Diego and Southeastern, 4:2:26; San Diego, Tucson, 4:3:40; Senator, 3:3:38,39,40; stage lines, 3:3:29-34; steamships, 3:1:5-7; trolley line in Escondido, 9:3:31; wagon trains, 9:1:2,4. See also Autos, Overland Mail Routes, Plank Road, Railroads, Stagecoaches, Wagon Trains

“Trapper’s Trail,” 9:1:2

Trask, Elwood E., 18:1:8

Travel: by steamer, 16:2:35-39; in San Diego by auto, 17:2:28-39; up Baja California during gold rush, 9:3:36-41

“Travel Town,” 2:1:10

Treat, John, 17:1:4,10

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848): facsimile p., 13:4:38; mentioned, 6:1:19; 10:l:2; 13:4:37; 17:1:4; 18:4:19; 19:3:19,20; 20:1:29

Treaty of Saragossa (1529), 12:2:6,7,8

Treaty of Temecula, 20:1:29

The Treaty of Temecula, by Horace Parker, 18:3:9

Tree of Hate: Propaganda and Prejudices Affecting United States Relations with the Hispanic World, by Philip Wayne Powell: noted, 18:3:34

Tree Man (San Diego), 8:2:3B

Trees and Shrubs: described by Hugo de Vries, 17:3:18-22; in Presidio Park, 15:3:13-19

Treganza, Adam E.: book co-authored by, noted, 18:4:50

The Tres Reyes, 18:2:4,5

Treutlein, Theodore E.: review by, 18:3:2627

Trinidad, 11:1:7-9,16

Trinidad Bay, 18:2:4

Trinity Mountains, 17:3:3

“A Trip to the Mines,” by Mary C. Morse [Mary Chase Walker], 13:1:8-22

Tripp, S. A., 20:1:32

Tripp, S. V., 20:1:32

Trolley Cars: photograph(s), 1910, 6:1:25

Trotter’s Livery Stable, 5:2:29

Trowbridge, William P., 10:4:49,52

Truckee-Carson Reclamation Project, 19:1:19

Truman, B. C., 3:3:33

Tucson Valley Company, 19:1:36

Tude (Toot) Martin, 2:4:44-45

Tujunga Record-Ledger, 20:4:35

Tulare Indians, 9:1:13

Tuna: catch, 1:1:3; clipper, photograph(s), 13:4:70

Turpin, J. T., 7:4:46,49

Tutorow, Norman E.: book by, review, 17:3:25

Tutt, Dr. (House of), 17:4:7

Tuttle, Hudson, 16:3:14

The Turf (San Diego): photograph(s), 20:2:10

Turnmbull, Frank, 19:2:31

Turner, Frederick Jackson, 20:2:45

Turnmer, John Kenneth, 18:3:3

Turpin, Jere, 20:1:20

Turpin, J. T., 7:4:46,49

Turrentine, J. N. (Judge), 9:3:32

Tutorow, Norman E.: book by, review 17:3:25

Tutt, Dr. (House of), 17:4:7

Tuttle, Hudson, 16:3:14

Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens), 20:1:10

Tweed, William, 3:3:32; 8:1:7

“Two Horse Power is Plenty,” by Edgar E. Klauber, 5:3:52-54

Two Spot (Railroad locomotive): photograph(s), 7:1:4

Two Spot (the 2nd): photograph(s), 7:1:11

Two Years Before the Mast, 4:3:29

Tyson, Justice, 5:3:43

U

Ubach, Fr. Antonio: biog. of, 10:2:15-22; 1891 efforts to restore Calif Church in San Diego, 17:2:17; at Casa de Lopez, 5:1:7; mentioned, 7:2:62; 13:2:24; 14:3:5,9; 15:1:5,6,33; 18:4:31; 5:1:2; photograph(s), 10:1:17; 10:2:cover,19; 13:2:24

Uga1de, Antonio: book by, review, 19:4:58

Ugarte, Juan de, 18:1:14

Ulloa, Francisco de: expedition in Gulf of Calif. 1539, map, 11:1:8; explorations of, 11:1:5-18; log of, 11:4:39; Vizcaino Bay, 11:1:17

Unamuno, Pedro de, 18:2:2

“Uncle Josh,” 2:3:39

Undine, 9:2:16

“The Uneasy Alliance: Jewish-Anglo Relations in San Diego, 1850-1860,” by Henry Schwartz, 20:3:53-60

Union Army: Californians enlist, 7:2:26-27

Union Title Insurance Cumpany, 19:4:17

United Stages, 4:2:17-18,19

United States Army: building at La Playa, 1:2:15; first appeared, 1:2:15; last pack train, 1:3:32-35

United States Army Camel Corps, 5:1:21

United States Board of Land Commissioners, 20:1:28

United States Boundary Survey (1849), 20:1:3. See also Boundary Survey

United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, 20:4:22

United States Coast Survey: in San Diego, 10:4:49,52; lighthouse, 1:4:43

United States Department of Agriculture: mentioned, 18:1:8; War Boards, 18:1:7

United States Fleet: anchored in Coronado Roads, 1908, photograph(s), 11:3:47

United States Gypsum Company, 19:4:23

United States International University, 20:3:10

United States Land Commission, 7:3:33; 20:1:29

United States Land Office, 19:4:23

United States Mail, 3:3:33,34

United States Military Reservation in San Diego, 1:2:15,18

United States Naval Reserve. See National Naval Volunteers, and Naval Militia of San Diego

United States Navy. See National Naval Volunteers, Naval Electronics Laboratory, and Naval Militia of San Diego

United States Pacific Fleet, 7:2:22

United States Power Squadrons, 20:4:21

United States-Texas Sabine River Survey, 19:3:19

The United States, With an Excursion into Mexico: A Handbook.for Travellers, 1893, edited by Karl Baedeker, introduction by Henry Steele Commager: noted, 18:4:51

U. S. Grant Hotel, 2:2:15; 19:1:21; 20:1:21,22; 20:4:43

U.S.S. Anashe, 7:2:29

U.S.S. Bennington: destruction of, 7:4:45-54; mentioned, 5:4:67; 9:2:18; 13:4:57,60; photograph(s), 7:4:47,48; 13:4:60

U.S.S. Colorado: photograph(s), 13:4:60

U.S.S, Columbus, 18:4:23

U.S.S. Congress, 6:1:17-18

U.S.S. Cyane: log of, 13:4:32; mentioned, 5:1:4, 8; 6:1:16; 7:2:27-29; 15:3:21; 17:2:17; 20:3:34

U.S.S Frederick, 9:2:22

U.S.S. Gannet: mentioned, 20:4:6; photograph(s), 20:4:7

U.S.S. Hartford, 9:2:17,18

U.S.S. Independence, 18:4:23

U.S.S. Marblehead, 9:2:21

U.S.S. Marion, 9:2:18

US.S. Manadnock, 9:2:18

U.S.S. Narragansett, 5:2:40

U.S.S. Oregon, 9:2:21

U.S.S. Pinta, 9:2:18,20,21

U.S.S. Prometheus: photograph(s), 13:4:60

U.S.S. Pueblo, 9:2:22

U.S.S. San Diego, 9:2:22

U.S.S. West Virginia and Colorado: photograph(s), 6:1:29; 13:4:60

Universal Brotherhood, 20:3:20-21

University Avenue Railroad, 11:3:43

University of California at San Diego: photograph(s), 13:4:71

University Club, 20:1:16

University Heights Christian Church (San Diego), 20:2:15

University of Salamanca, 17:4:25

University of Southern California, 9:3:31

Unwanted Mexican Americans in the Great Depression: Repatriation Pressures, 1929-1939, by Abraham Hoffman: review, 20:3:73-74

Updegraff, Maxine, 20:4:16

“Up From San Antonio,” by Wilmer B. Shields, 9:1:1-6

Uprooted Americans: The Japanese Americans and the War Relocation Authority During World War II, by Dillon S. Myer: review, 18:4:47-49

Urbano Lassepas, Ulises, 18:1:10, 15

Urdanota, Fr. Andres de, 12:2:5,6,7,10,11, 15; 18:2:2

Urquhart, John, 20:1:17,19,20,21,22,24

Utley, Harry S., 11:2:19,24

Utilissimo: illustration, 3:4:cover; mentioned, 3:4:52, 54

“Utopia in Baja California: The Dreams of Jose de Galvez,” by Ignacio A. Del Rio Chavez, translated by Arturo Jimenez-Vera, 18:4:1-13

V Vaccination Patients: illustration, 16:2:20

Vail, Walter L., 11:1:29

Valades, Adrian, 18:1:15; 20:4:26,29

Valdez, Felix, 20:1:28

Valdez, Eugenio, 15:1:32,35

Valdez, Maria Serafina de la Luz (Machado), 15:1:32,35

Valdez, Serafinna, 15:1:32

Valdivia, 7:4:50

Valencia, jose, 20:1:32

Valentine, Capt., 11:3:46

Vallecito, 19:3:22-23; 20:3:47,48

Vallecito Stage Station: mentioned, 14:3:18; 19:4:22; photograph(s), 5:1:17; 13:1:24; 13:4:44

Valle de las Viejas, 13:1:40; 14:2:12

Valley Granite Company, 20:3:64

“Valley of the Mares,” 13:1:41

The Valley of Shadows, by Jesse Shepard, 16:3:26-29

Vallejo, Francisca Carrillo: portrait, 11:3:8

Vallejo, Mariano G. home of, illustration, 11:3:11; mentioned, 11:3:9-13; 19:2:7

Vallejo, Maria de Jesus: portrait, 11:3:5

Vallejo, Salvador, 7:3:32

Vallejo Family, 11:3:5-13

Vallejo, 12:4:29

Vallejo Chariot: illustration, 11:3:13

Vallejo House: illustration, 11:3:7

Van Alst, John, 13:2:37 Vancouver, Capt, George: describes Pt. Loma, 4:3:31; discussed, 5:4:60; in San Diego, 6:1:8; mentioned, 13:4:18; 17:2:15; visit to California, 9:1:12-13

Van Deman, Brig. Gen. Ralph H., 5:4:65

Vandergrift, Mrs., 15:1:7,14

Van der Pas, Peter W.: article by, 17:3:12-23

Van der Veer, Judy: review by, 18:4:42

Van Dimas, Paul, 19:1:17

Van Dusen, Lieut. William L.: mentioned, 11:4:36; 15:3:28; photograph(s), 11:4:36

Van Dyke, T. S., 20:1:35

Van Horne, Jefferson, 19:4:28

Van Horn, Kurt: article by, 20:l:26-38; letter to the ed., 20:3:76

Van Pelt, Dr. Gertrude, 20:3:18

“Van Texas naar Florida,” by Hugo de Vries, 17:3:15

Van Vleck, Frank, 15:2:24

Vaquero, 1:1:12; 1:2:27; 1:3:31; 1:4:44; 13:3:26

Vargas (School teacher), 4:1:3

Vargas, Don Manuel del 11:4:27

Vargueno (in Serra Museum): photograph(s), 8:2:25

Vasquez, Tiburcio, 10:2:18

Vauclain, J. A.P., 17:4:34

“Veal’s Store,” 5:2:31

Velasco, Luis de, 12:2:4,5,7,11,12,13,15; 19:3:2

Velasquez, Diego de, 19:3:1

Velasquez, Jose, 2:3:30

Velazquez de Leon, Joaquin, 18:4:11

Venegas, Miguel, 19:3:14

“The Venerable Ning Po,” by H. K. Raymenton, 4:4:50-53

“A Venerable Pipe Organ,” by Claire Goldsmith, 9:2:26-27

A Venture in History: The Production, Publication, and Sale of the Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, by Harry Clark: review, 20:4:45-46

Verdugo, Jose Maria, 19:1:7

Verdugo, Mariano, 18:1:16,17

Verger, Fr. Rafael, 11:2:4-7

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lemon Grove Post, 20:4:14

Vice Suppression Committee (Purity League), 20:2:15-16,19,28

Vi-Counts (Car Club), 8:1:11

Victoria (Restaurant), 2:4:48

Victoria, 19:3:2

Victoria, Manuel, 6:1:12-13; 12:3:16,17,18,19,20,21; 12:4:35; 13:1:38; 13:4:25; 14:2:9; 15:1:23

Viego School, 6:3:86

Viejas Mountains (Alpine), 4:2:20

Vienna (Restaurant), 2:4:45

Vigilance Committee (San Diego), 19:1:2932 passim

Vigilantes: in San Diego, 9:2:25

Vigil, Ralph H.: article by, 19:3:32-39

Vignes, Luis, 18:3:10

Vila, Capt. Vicente, 17:2:15; 18:2:7

Vilar, Ramon de, 4:4:46

Villa Fuerte, Juan Rodriguez, 19:3:1,6

Villagrana, Rafael: photograph(s), 18:3:15

Villa de Branciforte, 20:1:4-5

Villalobos Expedition (1542), 12:2:14

Villa Montezuma (Jesse Shepard): article about, 16:3:3-25; 19:2:39-42; drawing room, photograph(s), 16:3:24; in 1903, photograph(s), 16:3:1011; 19:2:40; in 1964, photograph(s), 16:3:23; interior, 1888, photograph(s), 19:2:41; main entry, photograph(s), 16:3:24; mentioned, 17:4:2; music room, photograph(s), 16:3:25; plans of, illustration, 17:4:40-41; series of interior & exterior color photograph(s), 16:3:15-18; sketch, 16:3:cover

“The Villa Montezuma: Jesse Shepard’s Lasting Contributions to the Arts and Architecture,” by Harold P. Simonson, 19:2:39-42

Villa Orizaba: illustration, 5:3:cover; 4:4:53; photograph(s), 5:3:50; sketch, 5:3:50

Virden, Bill: article by, 6:3:81-84; 6:4:101,102; 7:2:23-25; 8:1:1-12; 8:2:22-29

Virgil, Ralph: article by, 19:3:32-39

Virmond, Henry, 19:2:2-9 passim, 10

Vischer, 18:3:11

“Vision of Greatness (Alonzo E. Horton),” by Ward T. Donley, 3:2:21-42

Vitamin Deficiency Diseases: effects on early Calif. explorers, 10:4:45-48

Vitamin C, 10:4:45

“Viva Los Californios! The Battle of San Pasqual,” by Sally Cavell Johns, 19:4:1-13

Vizcaino, Juan, 18:2:5; 19:1:3

Vizcaino, Sebastian: map of Puerto de los Reyes, 20:4:31; mentioned, 1:1:2; 4:3:29; 5:1:6; 6:1:2,5-6; 13:4:6,11,15; 14:4:6,7; 17:2:14,16; 18:2:1,4-7; 20:4:31-32; portrait, 13:4:13; 18:2:1

Volcan Mountains, 17:2:14

Vollmer, Rose, 12:2:23

Volsel, Louis, 20:4:19

Volunteer Fire Department Bell (San Diego): illustration, 1885, 1:3:40

Von Humboldt, Alexander. See Humboldt, Alexander von (Baron)

Von Mueller, Baron Ferdinand, 16:4:12

Voorhis, Jerry, 20:4:33

Vorspan, Max: book co-authored by, review, 18:3:29-30

Vries, Hugo de: article about, 17:3:13-23; photograph(s), 17:3:12

W

Wadham, James E., 17:2:33; 19:.1:17,29

Waggenheim, Julius: house of, 17:4:4; photograph(s), 17:4:5; mentioned, 5:3:44; 15:3:9,25, 31; 19:2:32

Wagner, Harr, 2:2:18

Wagner, Henry R., 18:1:10; 19:3:4; 20:4:31

Wagner, Jack: book by, review, 18:3:27-28

Wagner, Katherine: article by, 17:2:3-13

Wagner, William: book by, review, 18:3:30

Wagons: conestoga routes to San Diego, 1872, 4:3:33-35. See also Conestoga Wagons

Wait, Frona Eunice: book by, review, 20:4:51

Walker, Hale J., 8:2:IB-2B; 15:3:26; 17:4:23

Walker, Mary Chase (Mrs. Ephraim W. Morse): article about, 19:2:14-20; mentioned, 13:1:8; recollections of, 7:3:36-39; photograph(s), 19:2:14

Walker, Robert J., 18:1:34

Walker, William, 18:1:14-15; 19:1:34 35; 19:3:15; 20:2:51

Walker, Pass, 5:1:26; 14:3:26

Wall, Enos A., 15:1:34

Wallace, A. 0., 15:1:15

Wallace, Helen: article by, 6:4:97-100

Wallace, Gen. Lew, 20:1:7

Wallach, D., 15:1:6,7

Walsh, Marie T., 19:2:10-11

Walter, 0.: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Warboys, John L., 19:4:17

Ward, George S., 1:4:47

Ward, M. L., 9:2:20

Wardle, George, 6:2:43,44,46,48

Ware, Joseph E.: book by, noted, 19:4:64

Warmser, Amy Josephine, 5:3:45

Warner, Charles Dudley, 5:1:3

Warner, Jonathan Trumbull (Juan Jose, 5:1:18; 14:3:19; 17:2:10; 19:4:6,34; 20:3:41

Warner, William, 6:2:48

Warner Pass, 20:3:36,37

Warner’s: 1898, photograph(s), 13:1:29

Warner’s Hot Springs, 9:2:24; 15:2:8-12; 19:4:34; photograph(s), 16:2:9

Warner’s Ranch, 5:1:18,22,26; 7:2:20; 14:3:19; 19:4:6-7; 20:1:29; 20:3:67-68; photograph(s), 13:1:28

Warnock, Samuel, 3:3:33

Warnock Ranch, 6:3:85-87

Warnock Residence: photograph(s), 13:1:26

War of Reform (Mexico), 20:4:28-29

Warren, Earl: 18:1:2,4,7

Warren Ranch, 4:2:18

Warren’s Hotel: mentioned, 20:3:67-68; photograph(s), 20:3:67

“Warren’s Not Warner’s: A Postscript to ‘The Stage to El Centro,'” by Orion Zink, 20:3:67-68

Washington, Henry, 18:3:8,10

Washington Hand Press (San Diego Union Museum): photograph(s), 14:4:39

Washington Place (Cemetery), 4:4:53

Washington Square (Old Town Plaza), 5:1:9

Washington’s Birthday Handicap Invitational Race, 20:4:14

Water (San Diego): and Colorado River, 6:1:32; companies, 6:1:28; Coronado’s need, 2:3:40; first water system, 5:2:40; following W.W.II, 6:1:32; National City Water Works, photograph(s), 8:3:37; problems, 1942, 6:1:33; rights at Las Flores, 7:3:34; sources in Mission Valley, 17:2:18; supply to early San Diego hotels, 2:2:27; 4:2:21

Water and Forest, 19:1:13-14

Water and Forest Association, 19:1:11-16

Waterfront (San Diego): early 1900s, 2:4:46; mentioned, 20:4:14; photograph(s), 1890-1915, 20:2:22-27

Waterman, Hazel, 17:4:2,17

Waterman, Gov. Robert W.: mentioned, 2:2:22; 13:1:24; 15:2:22; 20:3:64; owner of Stonewall Mine, 3:1:35; 3:2:21; photograph(s), 13:1:25

Waterman, T. T., 2:2:32

Waterman, Waldo, 4:2:20

Waterman House: photograph(s), 17:4:5

“Water Rights Document” (San Diego), 10:3:40,41,42

Watkins, James W.: review by, 20:1:44-45

Watkins, Lee H.: article by, 15:4:17-26; biog. sketch of, 15:4:17; mentioned, 6:4:17

Watkins, T. H.: bks. by, review, 18:1:31-32; 18:2:18-19, 20:1:40-41

Watson, E. R., 20:1:17

Watson, lean (Mrs.), 20:2:30

Watts, Nathan, 19:1:23

Waukesha Water: served at Hotel del Coronado, 4:4:54

Weapons, San Diego Military: 1861, photograph(s), 7:2:21

Weaver, E. B., 17:4:17

Webb, Marion South, 11:1:38

Webb, Ulysses S., 19:1:32

Weber, David J.: article by, 20:2:29-35; book by, review, 17:4:45-46; book notes by, 18:1:33; 18:2:21,22; 18:3:33-35; 18:4:50-51; 19:1:50-51; 19:2:50-51; 19:4:63-64; 20:1:52-54; 20:4:55-56; review by, 18:1:30-31

Weber, Rev. Francis J.: article by, 20:4:33-37; bks. by, review, 18:3:26-27; 19:2:43-45; 20:2:56-57,60; 20:4:52; bks. by, md., 20:1:54; 20:4:55; book comp. and annotated by, noted, 19:2:50; book translated and edited by, review, 17:4:47-48

Webster, Paul: book by, review, 18:4:43

Weed, Amos: mentioned, 3:4:43-46; photograph(s), 3:4:45

Weeden, Lt., 17:2:18

Weeter, Raymond D.: article translated by, 19:3:9-17

Wegeforth, Mrs. Harry Milton, 17:4:16

Weidermann, Capt., 10:2:26,27

Weinberger, Jacob, 20:1:24a

Weinstock, Harris, 19:1:32

Welch, John T., 5:4:67

Welcome, Henry: book co-edited by, review, 20:1:47

Weller, Co. John B., 1:3:29,31; 17:1:22; 19:3:19-31 passim

Wellman, C. R., 7:2:24-25

Wells, Henry, 4:3:40

Wells, Fargo & Company, 3:2:15; 4:1:12; 13:2:22

Welson, Charles, 8:4:52

Welty, John, 4:1:6; 20:1:33,36

Welty, Mary Jane, 20:1:33

Welty Hotel (Temecula): photograph(s), 1897, 20:1:34

Wentworth, Lucy: mentioned, 4:1:1-3; 5:4:57; reminescences of, 4:1:1-4; 4:4:45-48

WestAmerican Scientist: facsimile p., 11:1:36

West Coast Lumber Company (1905), 7:1:1-13; 7:3:40

West Coast Magazine, 20:4:34

Western Slope Association, 19:1:18,19

Western Union (San Diego), 2:2:16

Westgard, 0. L., 17:2:31

Weston, Henry, 20:4:12

“We Were Together 48 Years” (Dedication to Mr. and Mrs. Joshua L. Baily), 13:1:5-7

Weymouth, Walter, 20:2:17,21,27

Whaleback Steamer, 2:1-.12

Whaley, Anna Amelia, 6:2:59

Whaley, Corinne L., 15:1:4

Whaley, Frank, 15:1:14

Whaley, Francis H., 6:2:.54

Whaley, Guy V., 20:1:20,22

Whaley, Lillian, 4:4:45; V,.4:58; 6:2:64; 10:2:18,21; 14:4:37

Whaley, Thomas: advertizes his house for sale, 2:4:54; book by, review, 19:1:44-45; born, 6:2:58; death of, 6:2:59; facsimile invitation to “Social Party,” 6:2:53; life of, 6:2:41-70; liquor license to, 6:2:67; mentioned, 2:2:24; 6:1:21; 14:3:12; 15:1:5, 10,14; 20:3:57; moves to New Town, facsimile adv., 6:2:63-, papers of, 13:3:40; photograph(s), 6:2:40; pioneer merchant, 5:1:10

Whaley Brickyard, 15:1:5

Whaley Family, 5:1:10; 5:4:59

Whaley General Store. See Tienda General

Whaley House: before restoration, photograph(s), 5:1:11; construction, 6:2:58-59; dedication plaque, photograph(s), 6:2-.cover; during restoration, photograph(s), 6:2:69,71; illustration, IIA:cover; living room after restoration, photograph(s), 6:2:73; mentioned, 5:1:10; 5:4:57; 6:2:46, 55; 6:2:S6-57; photograph(s), 1:1:5; 6:2:43,51,73; 14:3:14; quake damage to, illustration, 6:2-. 59; removal of court records, photograph(s), 6:2:61; San Diego and Pacific Beach Railway, 6:2:75; used as court house, 2:4:53-S4

“The Whaley House,” by June A. Strudwick, 6:2:41-75

Whaley & Pye, 6:2:42,58

Whaley & Ringold, 6:2:45

Whaley Theatre: facsimile adver. for, 6:2::49

Whaling Industry in San Diego, 5:1:2

Whaling Station, 5:1:2; 14:3:5

Wharf Construction (Horton), 2:1:1

Wheat, Carl: book edited by, noted, 18:3:35

Wheat crops (El Cajon), 8:4:46-48

Wheelchair Regatta, 20:4:17

Wheeler, Joseph, 9:4:43

Wheeler, M. G., 20:1:32

Whelan, Harold A.: review by, 20:2:60 “When the Lower Light Was New,” by Joe Brennan, 1:4:51-52

“When the Railroad Bypassed Los Angeles,” by Judge M. A. Luce, 3:4:50-51

“When the Red Lights Went Out in San Diego: The Little Known Story of San Diego’s ‘Restricted’ District,” by Elizabeth MacPhail, 20:2:1-28

Where California Began (Davidson): mentioned, 19:2:11

Whetstone, Margie L.: article by, 9:3:29-33

Whidden, A. K., 16:1:10,11

Whipple, Amiel Weeks: article about, 19:3:18-31; report on Yuma Trail, 4:4:44; photograph(s), 19:3:18

Whipple, M. A.: bk, co-edited by, noted, 18:3:33

The WhiskerPole, 20:4:12

White, Frederick, 20:1:32

White, J. D., 4:3:39

White, John: article by, 20:2:36-43

White, John R., 1:4:49

White, Martha M.: article by, 20:2:44-53

White, Ross, 20:3:22

White, William Allen, 17:2:32

Whiting-Mead Company, 20:4:12

Whitney, H. J., 4:2:20

Whitney & Hurd, 4:2:20

Whitson, W. W., 20:4:18

Whitson House: mentioned, 2:1:12; photograph(s), 2:1:13

Wholesale Operations in San Diego, 5:3:43

Wick Burners (Lighthouse lamps), 1:4:58

Wiebens, Veda, 20:1:21,22,23

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 19:4:16

Wilbur, Sydney, 18:4:34

Wilbur and Pratt (Calif. So. Railroad), 3:4:50-51

Wilcox and Sons, 9:4:44

Wilde, Louis J., 17:4:12,36; 19:2:32; 20:1:16; 20:2:27; 20:4:43

Wilde Flats, 17:4:10

Wilder, Peter, 15:1:33-34

Wildomar, California, 20:1:37

Willard, C. F., 19:1:21

“William E. Smythe and San Diego, 1901-1908,” by Lawrence B. Lee, 19:1:10-24

William Quan Judge Club, 20:3:27

“William Templeton Johnson: San Diego Architect, 1877-1957,” by Martin E. Petersen, 17:4:21-30

Williams, Capt. R. S., 7:2:22

Williams, David A.: book by, 17:3:27; review by, 20:4:53-54

Williams, Isaac, 19:4:3

Williams, Thomas Henry, 17:3:6

Williamson, Lt., 17:1:19

Willits, Charles D., 20:4:16

The Willows (Temecula): article about, 20:l:26-38; commentary on, 20:1:74-76

Willows Station, 20:1:31,33

Wilson, Benjamin (Don Benito), 17:2:12

Wilson, Bob (Congressman), 17:2:22

Wilson, Florence Slocum: book by, review, 18:2:17

Wilson, Iris Higbie (Engstrand): book translated and edited by, review, 17:4:46-47

Wilson, James A., 4:4:48

Wilson, Keno J.: mentioned, 8:4:50-54; 19:1:28-32 passim; 20:2:14,16,18,19,21,27, 28; photograph(s), 8:4:51; 20:2:15

Wilson, W. 0., 7:1:3

Wine making (Capt. Brabazon at Alpine), 4:2:21

Wines and Vines of California, by Frona Eunice Wait: review, 20:4:51

Winder, Dr. William A.: mentioned, 16:2:5-6; portrait, 16:2:15

Windows on Early California, by Florence Slocum Wilson: review, 18:2:17

Wings Over San Diego: illustration, from, 18:2:10; mentioned, 18:2:10

“Winifred Davidson” (In Memoriam), 10:2:23

Winkler, Elizabeth Babcok: review by, 19:4:56-57

Winkler, Rose, 20:3:18

Winnek, Victor C., 19:4:23

Winship, W. A., 19:2:31

Winslow, Capt., 9:3:34

Winter, Joseph: photograph(s), 20:4:40

Winter, Max, 20:4:19

Wise, H. 0., 20:1:22,24a

Wisley, Phillip, 17:4:43

“Wisteria Cottage,” 17:4:4

Witch Creek, 13: 1:14,18

Witch Creek Hotel: photograph(s), 13:1:13

Witfield, Gustavus, 15:1:12-14

Witfneld Drugstore, 15:1:12-14

Whitherby, Oliver S.(Judge), 2:3:33; 2:4:52; 9:3:30; 9:4:55; 10:1:7; 15:4:32; 20:2:52

Withers, Douglas R., 1:4:54

Withington, David: photograph(s), 20:2:40

Wittenberg, Elvira L. (Mrs. Lester): dedication to Roscoe E. Hazard, 12:4:5; photograph(s), 12:4:10

Wittenberg, Lester: photograph(s), 12:4:10

Wobblies (I.W.W.): article about, 19:1:25-33

Wohlford, A. W., 9:3:31

Wolf, Dr. Charles de, 4:1:11

Wolf, Hyman S., 19:4:35,37

Wolf, Louis: mentioned, 20:1:29,30,31,32; photograph(s), 20:l:29

Wolfs Store: mentioned, 18:3:7,8,9,10,11; photograph(s), 20:1:30

Wolf,skill Brothers, 9:3:30

Wolfskill Plains, 9:3:30

Wolin, Rita Larkin: book edited by, review, 19:3:46-47

Wollenberg, Charles: book co-edited by, noted, 18:4:50

Women Jurors in San Diego, 11:2:16-26

Women’s Christian Temperance Union, 11:2:16-19,22

Women’s Relief Corps of the State of Maine, 18:4:35

The Wonderful World of San Diego: A Child’s Adventure in this Exciting California City, by Anne Gray: noted, 18:2:22

Woodbury, Alice, 4:1:10

Wood, Catherine M.: book by, review, 20:1:51,52

Wood, George, 12:2:22,23

Wood, Lauren, 12:2:17

Wood, Lorin, 20:3:12,17,22

Wood, Roy Miles, 20:4:16,17

Wood, Tom S.: article by, 20:3:61-66

Woods, Harry S., 19:4:18

Woods, I. C., 15:2:16

Woods, Isaiah, 3:2:16,18,20,24,27

Woodson, Clarence: article by, 7:4:52-54;

illustration, 7:4:53

Woodson, M. C., 7:4:52

Woodward, Arthur: article by, 3:2:25-26; 3:3:38-39; book by, review, 2:4:54

Woolman, Claude, 20:1:17,18,19,20,22

Works, J. D., 16:2:15; 19:1:15

Works Progress Administration (WPA), 18:2:8-14; 18:3:12-21

World’s Work, 19:1:13

Wormser, Laurence K., 5:3:45

Wo Sung & Company, 20:2:2

Wozencraft, 0liver M.: mentioned, 17:3:2; 20:1:29; photograph(s), 17:3:2

“The Wreck of the Yankee Blade,” by C. F. Spearman, 5:2:33-34

Wrenn, Lawrence H., 20:4:17

Wright, A. C., 16:1:28-32

Wright, A. S., 16:2:19; 17:4:51

Wright, Frank Lloyd, 17:4:13,17

Wright, George, 1:2:17; 5:1:22; 7:2:23; 13:2:11; 14:3:22

Wrightington, Dona Juana de Dios Machado de Alipas y, 1:4:49

Wrightington, Thomas, 15:1:33

Wrightington, Serafina (Minter), 15:1:33

Wright, Leroy, 11:4:35; 15:3:27; 19:4:37

Wright, Robert: article based upon an interview by, 20:3:1-32

Wright: Seeley’s partner in stage line, 3:3:34

Wueste, Al: photograph(s), 16:1:10

Wueste, Rudolph: article by, 1:3:32-35

Wyatt, Mrs. Patty, 20:4:20

Wynola, 9:4:43; 15:2:11

Wyse, Francisco 0., 1:2:17

X

Ximenez de Bertandona, Fortun, 11:1:4-5

“X-Rays and Artifacts at the San Diego Presidio Excavations,” by Ellen Gooley Lennert, 18:3:22-24

y

Yacht Butcher Boy: mentioned, 20:4:10; photograph(s), 20:4:4

Yacht Cathleen: photograph(s), 20:4:2

Yacht Detroit: photograph(s), 20:4:10

Yachting: early 1900’s, 9:1:6

“Yachting: Its History in San Diego,” by Linda M. Pearce Nolte, 20:4:1-24

Yacht Intrepid: photograph(s), 20:4:cover

Yacht Lurline: photograph(s), 20:4:8

Yacht Medea: photograph(s), 20:4:cover

Yacht San Diego: photograph(s), 20:4:9

Yacht Races. See “Yachting: Its History in San Diego”

Yacht Restless: photograph(s), 20:4:3

Yacht Windward: mentioned, 20:4:6; photograph(s), 20:4:7

Yale, 6:4:91-93

Yale, Richard B.: article by, 14:4:33-40; book introduction by, 18:1:33; photograph(s), 14:4:33

Yanez, C. Leon, 20:4:27

Yankee Blade (steamer), 5:2:33

Yaqui Indians, 4:2:25; 9:4:50; 18:4:6, 11

Yaqui Well: photograph(s), 9:4:49

“Yaqui Well,” by Marion Beckler, 9:4:4950

Ybarra, Andres, 7:3:42

Yesterdays in Escondido, by Frances B. Ryan, sketch by Lewis C. Ryan: review, 20:4:52-53

Yosemite Valley, 19:4:15

Young, Clement C., 19:4:16

“A Young Man Comes to Town” (George W. Marston), 3:1:1-3

Young, Otis E., Jr.: review by, 20:1:48-49

Young, Robert H., 2:4:45

Young, Ronald R.: article translated by, 20:4:25-29

Younkin, Lou, 1:1:7

Yuma, Arizona: mentioned, 4:4:43-45; 17:3:3; on the Colorado River, illustration, 20:3:46; plank road to, 16:2:24-33; San Diego Herald and, 4:4:43; San Diego Union and, 4:4:44. See also Fort Yuma

Yuma Indians: Boundary Survey and, 19:3:22-28 passim; photograph(s), 13:1:39; 19:3:29; trade with, 9: 1:2

Yuma Indian Trail, 3:2:20

Yuma Railroad, 2:1:3

Z

Zahn, Oswald, 20:4:5

Zalvidea, Fr. Jose Maria de, 10:2:19

Zamorano, Augustin, 4:4:46; 12:3:12,13, 20,21,22; 12:4:21,22,25

Zamorano Press, 4:4:46

Zarate Salmeron, Geronimo, 18:2:6

Zink, Orion: article by, 8:4:54-57; 9:2:2326; 15:1:3-19; 15:1:35-38; 18:1:1923; mentioned, 19:4:38,39; postscript to article by, 20:3:67-68

Zlac Rowing Club: building, 7:4:46; mentioned, 6:3:88; photograph(s), 6:4:99

“The Zlac Rowing Club,” by Helen Wallace, 6:4:97-100

Zlac Women’s Rowing Club: mentioned, 20:4:18, 20,42; photograph(s), 20:4:20

Zuckweiler, Gus: photograph(s), 20:2:13

Zuniga y Acevedo, Gaspar, 20:4:31

Zuniga Dona Juana de, 19:2:36

Zuniga, Jose, 10:4:54,55,56

Zuniga School, 3:1:6; 4:1:2