The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Winter 2008, Volume 54, Number 1
Iris H. W. Engstrand & Molly McClain, Editors
Colin Fisher & Rudy P. Guevarra, Jr., Guest Editors
Theodore Strathman, Review Editor
- Front and Back Matter
- African Americans and Historic Preservation in San Diego: The Douglas and the Clermont/Coast Hotels
- Leland T. Saito
- Americanism and Citizenship: Japanese American Youth Culture of the 1930s
- Susan Hasegawa
- “Skid Row”: Filipinos, Race and the Social Construction of Space in San Diego
- Rudy P. Guevarra, Jr.
- A Compromised Country: Redefining the U.S.-Mexico Border
- Joel Levanetz
- Profile of a Public Historian: Susan Hasegawa
- Colin Fisher
- Book Reviews
- Complete Journal Issue 5.0Mb
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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.
Front Cover: Segregation protest at E.W. Woolworth Co., March 19,1960; UT85_A8281-2
Back Cover: First Birthday Banquet of Harue Asakawa, June 26, 1917. Photo by U. Shindo. San Diego. No. 13721-2
Cover design: Allen Wynar
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