The Journal of San Diego History
Spring 1986, Volume 32, Number 2
Thomas L. Scharf, Editor

Original Articles

Dog-Holes, Bomb-Lances and Devil-Fish: Boom Times for the San Diego Whaling Industry.
By Ronald V. May.
When the President Spoke at Balboa Stadium
By Gerald A. Shepherd.
Presidio Park: A Statement of George W. Marston in 1942
The Lemon Grove Incident: The Nation’s First Successful Desegregation Case
By Robert R. Alvarez, Jr.

Book Reviews

Publications in Southern California Art 1, 2, & 3.
By Nancy Dustin Wall Moure. Reviewed by Bruce Kamerling.
Native Faces: Indian Cultures in American Art.
By Patricia Trenton and Patrick Houlihan. Reviewed by Mick Gidley.
Politics and Economic Migrants in America: Cubans and Mexicans.
By Silvia Pedraza-Bailey. Reviewed by Walter Moore.
The Tourist: Travel In Twentieth Century North America.
John A. Jakle. Reviewed by Richard Lowitt.
Kensington-Talmadge: 1910-1985.
By Thomas H. Baumann. Reviewed by Rhoda E. Kruse.
Richard H. Kern: Expeditionary Artist in the Far Southwest, 1848-1853.
By David J. Weber. Reviewed by Clifford E. Trafzer.

Book Notes

Scholars and the Indian Experience: Critical Reviews of Recent Writing in the Social Sciences.
Edited by W.R. Swagerty.
Belle Baranceanu – A Retrospective.
Essays by Bram Dijkstra and Anne Weaver.
American Indian Identity: Today’s Changing Perspectives.
Edited by Clifford Trafzer.
Last of the Missions: A Documentary History of San Francisco de Solano.
Edited by Francis J. Weber.
On the Border: Portraits of America’s Southwestern Frontier.
By Tom Miller.