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Table of Contents for Fall 2011 Issue of Southern California Quarterly

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The Table of Contents for the Fall 2011 issue of Southern California Quarterly, the journal of the Historical Society of Southern California is the following:

ARTICLES

Southern California Quarterly: Past and Present

By Patricia Adler-Ingram, Executive Director

Two Party Invitations: “Supreme Court of Old California: Case of The Good Old Days, Plaintiff, vs. John Uri Lloyd, Defendant,” November 30,1913, and “March Hares Invitation,” March 2,1919

By Charles F. Lummis (Edited by Merry Ovnick)

Writing The Script for Survival and Resurgence: RKO Studio and the Impact of the Great Depression, 1932-1933

By Edwin J. Perkins

David Weber and the Borderlands: Past, Present, Future; Conference on Latin American History/American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Boston: January 8, 2011

Borderlands and Frontiers Studies Committee Panel Honoring David Weber

The Historian’s Eye

BOOK REVIEWS

Phillips, Vineyards and Vaqueros: Indian Labor and the Economic Expansion of Southern California, 1771-1877, by Brett Garcia Myhren

Ignoffo, Captive of the Labyrinth: Sarah L. Winchester, Heiress to the Rifle Fortune, by Michelle Stonis

Culver, The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America, by Catherine Cocks

Schwartz, Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles, by LaNitra Berger

Moore, Sells Like Teen Spirit: Music, Youth Culture, and Social Crisis, by Eileen Luhr

Peterson, Sound, Space, and the City; Civic Performance in Downtown Los Angeles, by Kenneth H. Marcus

Dedina, Wild Sea; Eco-Wars and Surf Stories from the Coast of the Californias, by Sean Smith

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