The Journal of San Diego History
Summer/Fall, Volume 51, Numbers 3 & 4
Iris H. W. Engstrand & Molly McClain, Editors

Front Matter
The Gould Family of San Diego: Pioneers in Business, Recreation and Community Service
by Iris H. W. Engstrand
“Until Kingdom Come”: The Design and Construction of La Jolla’s Children’s Pool
by Jeremy Hollins
“I See a Great Future for the City”: Kate Field’s Visit to San Diego in 1888
by Gary Scharnhorst
“The Service Knows and Will Remember”: The Aircraft Crash Memorial on Japacha Ridge
by Alexander D. Bevil
Art in Balboa Park
Book Reviews  Colin Fisher & Theodore Strathman, Review Editors
Back Matter
Complete Journal Issue  3.75Mb
Errata in print version have been corrected for this on-line version

Publication of The Journal of San Diego History has been partially funded by generous grants from the Joseph W. Sefton Foundation; Quest for Truth Foundation of Seattle, Washington, established by the late James G. Scripps; and Peter Janopaul, Anthony Block and their family of companies, working together to preserve San Diego’s history and architectural heritage.

Publication of this issue of The Journal of San Diego History has also been supported by a grant from The Journal of San Diego History Fund of the San Diego Foundation.

cover    back cover

Front cover: Upper left: Hiram Gould; Lower left top row: Elizabeth Libby Gould, Jennie G. Gould, Elwyn Blaine Gould, Leslie H. Gould, Grace Gould Klauber; Middle row: Elwyn Bremer Gould; Bottom row: G. Reeve Gould, E. Gartzmann Gould, Alice Klauber Miller, Philip M. Klauber.

Back cover, top row: Gary Gould, Mary Ann Gould, Gartz Gould, Reeve Gould; Bottom row: Alice Klauber, Phil Klauber, Grace Gould, E. Blaine Gould.

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Articles appearing in The Journal of San Diego History are abstracted and indexed in Historical Abstracts and America: History and Life.

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