Volume 59, No. 1
10 - A DISTANT HORIZON CALLED HOME, PART II - by Suzanne Forsyth
In our last issue, the Munchheimer family story took us from Nazi Germany to Africa to Jamaica. This issue it brings us to the United States and, ultimately, to Rio Dell.
20 - ALBEE STADIUM - EUREKA HIGH SCHOOL - by Jeremiah Scott, Jr.
Humboldt’s first modern stadium and the man who built it.
22 - BASEBALL MEMORIES - by Lola Lawson
The author’s father, Bill Hull, hoped for something even more than camaraderie and fresh air.
24 - SIX STELLAR BOOK SELLERS - THE PRESENCE OF THE PAST - by Jerry Rohde
This tribute to a vanishing breed, the old-fashioned bookseller, includes a treasure hunt and a cliffhanger.
26 - EARLY HUMBOLDT COMPANIES - by William (Bill) Hilfiker
A tour of early enterprises, from foundries to blacksmiths to ferryboats and more.
34 - EUREKA SHOPPING -1930s - by Nancy McLaughlin
Once the dreaded Loleta Horseshoe is conquered, mother and daughters embark on a new era of shopping trips to Eureka.
38 - THE CRANNELL GANG - by Naida Olsen Gipson
The gang’s good-natured shenanigans generally had something to do with cars.