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  • Reminiscences of Lomaland: Interview

    ...with the symphony orchestra. We had a fine symphony orchestra. “And, by the way, that’s one of the things that Katherine Tingley inaugurated that has spread all over the...

    “Starved and Treated Like Convicts”

    ...been dramatically rescued to tell her story.2 The leader of the Point Loma community, Katherine Tingley, immediately filed a lawsuit against the newspaper, alleging the story was “false, malicious,...

    Annie Besant’s Lecture Tour of San Diego

    ...the tangible illusory. Thousands of Americans, San Diegans in particular, nonetheless attended to a debate between two charismatic advocates of Theosophy, a strain of transcendentalist thought popular at the...

    LETTERS

    ...in Photographs” in The Journal of San Diego History, Volume XIV, Number 3, Summer 1978. In the piece about Madame Katherine Tingley there are two matters to which I...