The Historical Society of Southern California has published a new issue of Southern California Quarterly (Winter 2009-2010, Vol. 91, No. 4). The contents include the following three articles, as well as an introduction by Merry Ovnick, editor of the Quarterly:
Todd Gish, “Bungalow Court Housing in Los Angeles, 1900-1930: Top-Down Innovation? Or Bottom-Up Reform?”
Ann Scheid, “Pasadena’s Civic Center: A Grand Vision Realized, Despoiled, and Revived.”
Lauren Weiss Bricker, “Western Pragmatists and the Modern American House.”
The following books are reviewed:
McDonnell, Juana Briones of 19th-Century California, reviewed by Christina Gold.
Chiang, Shading the Shoreline: Fisheries and Tourism on the Monterey Coast, reviewed by William E. Schrank.
Varzally, Making a Non-White America: Californians Coloring Outside Ethnic Lines, 1925-1955, reviewed by Luis Alvarez.
Luhr, Witnessing Suburbia: Conservatives and Christian Youth Culture, by reviewed Kevin M. Kruse.
Hernandez-Leon, Metropolitan Migrants: The Migration of Urban Mexicans to the United States, reviewed by Larry Hashima.
Latorre, Walls of Empowerment: Chicana/o Indigenist Murals of California, reviewed by Nick Bravo.
This issue also contains the annual contents and index to Volume 90.