Winter 1985

January 1, 1985

The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 1985, Volume 31, Number 1
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

Original Articles

100 Years Ago in San Diego
By William Sullivan.
Success at Mid-Life: Charles Reiffel, 1862-1942, San Diego Artist
By Martin E. Petersen.
Social and Intellectual Growth of San Diego’s University Club.
By Sylvia K. Flanigan.
The Silent Sentinel: Samuel Wood Hamill, F.A.I.A.
By Laura Young.

Book Reviews

Obras Californianas del Padre Miguel Venegas, S.J.
Edited by W. Michael Mathes. Reviewed by Harry W. Crosby.
Tahoe: An Environmental History.
By Douglas H. Strong. Reviewed by Reviewed by Rick Hydrick.
Water in the Hispanic Southwest A Social and Legal History 1550-1850.
By Michael C. Meyer. Reviewed by Lawrence B. Lee.

Book Notes

Yaqui Resistance and Survival: The Struggle for Land and Autonomy, 1821-1910.
By Evelyn Hu-DeHart.
Hispanics and the Humanities in the Southwest: A Directory of Resources.
Edited by F. Arturo Rosales and David William Foster.
The Little Clubhouse on Steamship Wharf: San Diego Rowing Club, 1888-1983.
By Patricia A. Schaelchlin.
The History of the Imperial Valley Swiss.
Edited by Joseph J. Anderholt and Dorothy M. Anderholt.
The Birds of San Diego County.
By Philip Unitt.
Holy Cross Mission: A Documentary History of Santa Cruz.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.