CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY: California History (Volume 68, No 3, Fall 1989)

California History (Volume 68, No 3, Fall 1989). California Historical Society, 1989. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#29430) $14.00

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Includes “Dust Bowl Legacies: The Okie Impact on California 1939-1989” by James N. Gregory, “Biddy Mason’s Los Angeles 1856-1891” by Dolores Hayden, the Japanese Americans of “Delta” by Richard K. Beardsley (edited and with an introduction by Lane Ryo Hirabayashi), and the an article on Lorenzo Asisara.

Illustrated. Measures 8.5×11 inches. pp74-136.

HEMP, MK: Cannery Row: The History of John Steinbeck’s Old Ocean View Avenue–Photography from the Pat Hathaway Historical Photo Collection

Cannery Row: The History of John Steinbeck's Old Ocean View Avenue- Photography from the Pat Hathaway Historical Photo Collection, book coverHemp, Michael Kenneth. Cannery Row: The History of John Steinbeck’s Old Ocean View Avenue–Photography from the Pat Hathaway Historical Photo Collection. The History Company, 2002. ISBN: 0941425010. A few marks in the index, and otherwise unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26396) $12.00

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Wonderful photographs that illustrate the evolution of Monterey history, the fishing and canning industries, the processes and working conditions in Monterey’s world famous sardine trade. They also show in accurate detail the actual locations used by John Steinbeck in his Cannery Row fiction. 128p. Measures 8.5×11 inches.

STEINBECK, J: Homer from Salinas: John Steinbeck’s Enduring Voice for California

Nericcio, William A (editor). Homer from Salinas: John Steinbeck’s Enduring Voice for California. The San Diego State University Press, 2009. ISBN: 9781879691896. Unmarked. Very Good. Pamphlet. (#26290)

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Proceedings fro a 2007 celebration of John Steinback’s work at San Diego State University. Contributors include Jeffrey Charles, Charles Wollenberg, William Deverell, Francisco X. Alarcon, Hernan Moreno-Hinojosa, Pam Muñoz Ryan, Paul Wong, Fred Gardaphe, Arturo J. Aldama, Michael Harper, Joanna Brooks, Arthur Ollman, Louis Hock, and Susan Shillingslaw.