Volume 64, No. 2
10 - SKIING HORSE MOUNTAIN- by Deborah Baskette
The golden era of skiing on Horse Mountain, as recalled by its ardent participants.
22 - MY DEAR FATHER - Introduced by Ann Roberts
Young Joe Shaw writes home to his father with details of his journey from Ferndale to Virginia City in 1871.
24 - SUSIE VAN KIRK & LUCILLE VINYARD - by Kevin L. Hoover
Remembering two remarkable preservationists & activists.
26 - FEEDING THE HUNGRIEST HUMBOLDTERS - by Jerry Rohde and Jim Timmons
Hammond Lumber Company’s Essex Ranch and the Timmons family.
34 - EDDIE KEARSE OF THE YANKEES & CRABS - by Mike Kearse
The author remembers his father, Eddie Kearse, whose baseball career was interrupted by World War II.
36 - ON THE CALIFORNIA TRAIL IN 1849 WITH DR. JONATHAN CLARK - by Marvin Shepherd
Dr. Jonathan Clark’s trip by wagon train from Iowa to California is told through excerpts from his recently recovered diaries.