The August 2019 issue of the Southern California Quarterly includes the following.
“Sea Otter Hunting and Conservation in Southern California since the Gold Rush” by Richard Ravalli and Michael C. McGrann.
“The 1942 Santa Anita Detainment Center Labor Strike and Japanese American Incarceration during World War II” by Stephanie Hinnershitz.
“A Private Passion”: The Jazz Photography of Bob Douglas” by Alan John Ainsworth.
“The Historian’s Eye.”
Book review of Freedom’s Racial Frontier: African Americans in the Twentieth Century West, by Herbert G. Ruffin II and Dwayne A. Mack reviewed by Marne L. Campbell.
Book review of California at War: The State and the People During World War I, by Diane M.T. North reviewed by Mary Ann Irwin.
Book review of The Integration of the Pacific Coast League: Race and Baseball on the West Coast, by Amy Essington reviewed by José M. Alamillo.
Book review of Father Luis Olivares: Faith Politics and the Origins of the Sanctuary Movement, by Mario T. Garcia reviewed by Daniel Bare.
HSSC members at the Scholar membership level and above receive the a printed copy of each issue of the Southern California Quarterly as well as online access. Individual issues are available for purchase through UC Press.