The Journal of San Diego History
San Diego History Center Quarterly
Winter / Spring 2012, Volume 58, Number 1 & 2
Iris H.W. Engstrand and Molly McClain, Editors
Theodore Strathman and David Miller, Review Editors
The Origins of California’s High-Seas Tuna Fleet
August Felando and Harold Medina
Tuna: San Diego’s Famous Fishing Industry, A Pictoral Essay
Amy Brandt, Karen Dooley, Matthew Schiff, and Iris Engstrand
Inspired by Mexico: Architect Bertram Goodhue Introduces Spanish Colonial Revival into Balboa Park
Iris H.W. Engstrand
Adventurers, Bandits, Soldiers of Fortune, Spies and Revoluntionaries: Recalling the Baja California Inusrrection of 1911 One Hundred Years Later
Publication of The Journal of San Diego History is underwritten by a major grant from the Quest for Truth Foundation, established by the late James G. Scripps. Additional support is provided by “The Journal of San Diego Fund” of the San Diego Foundation and private donors.
Front Cover: Tuna fishing with bamboo poles using squid lures (jigs). San Diego History Center 84:14821-7.
Back Cover: Collage of Balboa Park postcards from the Panama-California Exposition 1915-1916. San Diego History Center Collection.
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