- People and Places; Images of Nineteenth Century San Diego In Lithographs and Paintings
- By Rebecca Lytle
- Indian Labor at the California Missions — Slavery or Salvation?
- By Robert Archibald
- The Case of the Missing Book of Hours
- By Trudie Casper
- Wartime San Diego 1943 Photographs by Mike Hazelip
- Text by Larry Booth
- Oliver S. Witherby First State District Judge of San Diego
- By William Uberti
- Devil’s Corner and Oliver S. Witherby
- By Leland G. Stanford
- The Bonanza Kings – The Social Origins and Business Behavior of Western Mining Entrepreneurs, 1870-1900.
- By Richard H. Peterson. Reviewed by Mark Wyman.
- Historic Country Inns of California.
- By Jim Crain. Reviewed by Gina Cesena.
- Defending Eden: New Mexican Pioneers in Southern California 1830-1890
- By Joyce Carter Vickery. Reviewed by Richard Griswold del Castillo.
- Compromises of Conflicting Claims: A Century of California Law, 1760-1860.
- By Richard R. Powell. Reviewed by Dennis E. Berge.
- Let Them Speak for Themselves: Women in the American West: 1849-1900
- Edited by Christiane Fischer. Reviewed by Janet R. Fireman.
- Native Californians: A Theoretical Retrospective
- Edited by Lowell John Bean and Thomas C. Blackburn. Reviewed by Chris White.
- Rim-Rock and Sage: The Collected Poems of Maynard Dixon.
- Introduction by Kevin Starr. Reviewed by Ray Strong.
- Hamlin Garland’s Observations on the American Indian: 1895-1905
- Edited by Lonnie E. Underhill and Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr.
- From Sonora to San Francisco Bay. The Expeditions of Juan Bautista de Anza: 1774-1776
- By John R. Brumgardt
- Historical Portraits of Riverside County
- Edited by John R. Brumgardt
- Sunset Travel Guide to Mexico
- By the editors of Sunset Books and Sunset Magazine
- The Desert’s Edge.
- By Peter R. Odens
- Before I Sleep.
- By Betty L. Pirus
- John Collier’s Crusade for Indian Reform: 1920-1954.
- By Kenneth R. Philp.
- Great North American Indians: Profiles in Life and Leadership.
- By Frederick J. Dockstader
- California’s Old Missions: The Story of the Founding of the 21 Franciscan Missions in Spanish Alta California: 1769-1823
- By Paul H. Kocher.
A downtown street scene in 1943 dramatizes the fact that wartime San Diego was a great military base. Crowded with throngs of people, both military and civilian, streets were full of marine khaki, and navy blue with white caps along with defense plant workers on busy round the clock schedules. In a still comparatively small town, San Diego’s commercial and entertainment activity remained centered in the downtown area. Wartime San Diego is further explored in a pictorial essay beginning on page 197.