The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1973, Volume 19, Number 1
James E. Moss, Editor
Page 25. This picture, taken during Emma Goldman Festivities on May 12, 1912, is representative of I.W.W. activities in San Diego, where “from every corner of the United States the Wobblies began to converge on the city.”
Page 30. By early 1912, the I.W.W. had become most unwelcome in San Diego. Here the police use water to break up an I.W.W. congregation.
Page 31. Emma Goldman, with her back to the camera, at the San Diego Jail on May 21, 1912.