- Front and Back Matter
- Sweet Dreams: The Showley Brothers Candy Factory, 1905-2007
- Roger Showley
- Reinventing Downtown San Diego: A Spatial and Cultural Analysis of the Gaslampo Quarter
- Jordan Ervin
- Dan Dickey: Mid-Century San Diego Artist
- William Perrine
- The Philanthropic History of Las Patronas
- Book Reviews
- Complete Journal Issue 5.0Mb
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Front Cover: Showley Brothers Candy Factory in its new location by Petco Park. Inset: Showley Brother’s candy truck ca. 1927.
Back Cover: National Candy Day, October 12, 1935, at the California Pacific International Exposition in Balboa Park. Left to right: Exposition host, B. Guy Showley, Guy R. Showley, and an unidentified candy distributor.
Cover design: Allen Wynar
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