- Front and Back Matter
- ZLAC Rowing Club, 1892-2007
- Molly McClain
- Coming Out Gay, Coming Out Christian: The Beginnings of GLBT Christianity in San Diego, 1970-1979
- Joshua Grace, Christopher Rhamey, Megan Dukett, Kaylin Gill, Ricky Bell
- “La Mojonera” and the Making of California’s U.S.-Mexico Boundary Line, 1849-1851
- Charles W. Hughes
- The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
- Museum Review: San Diego Natural History Museum Dead Sea Scrolls
- Book Reviews
- Complete Journal Issue 5.0Mb
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Front Cover: ZLAC’s clubhouse around 1908. From left to right: Elsa Wentscher Marston, Juliet Newkirk, Grace Gould Klauber, Edith Cole McFarland, and Brooke Frevert. Copyright SDHC #85:15353
Back Cover: Thursday Morning Rowers in the ZLAC barge, April 7, 1973. Bow to stern: Mary Jessop, Ellen Roche, Annette Frank, Margaret Redelings, Judy Browne, Betty Sullivan, Nancy Leydecker, Suzanne Leibmann, and Mary Maddox Grandall (coxswain). Copyright SDHC, UT #88:K7006-3, Union Tribune Collection
Cover design: Allen Wynar
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