- About Us
Gold in the Sun 1900–1919
The Town That Wanted To Grow Up And Be Something
Here Come The Cultists And The Health Seekers
Who Could Have Guessed These Stones Were Gems?
The River That Proved It Was Lord Of The Desert
The Auto Challenges The Train and Shapes The City
It Was Not Yet Too Late To Design a City - Or Was It?
Beauty Wins A Round In Parks And The Exposition
The Wobblies And A Story No One Likes To Remember
San Francisco Shows How Politics Should Be Played
A 'Magic City' Surprises Even Those Who Built It
The Rainmaker - And Who Caused The Big Flood?
The Military Appreciated What The Natives Did Not
Southern California And The Gold Nobody Noticed
Supplement: Pictorial Story On Spanish Colonial Architecture
First Printing of Gold in the Sun: 1965, Copyright © Copley Press
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