Volume 62, No. 4
10 - FIRE IN THE MOUNTAIN: THE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR THE NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD, PART II - by Sean Mitchell
The NWPRR, longtime economic lifeline to Humboldt County, cannot recover after the disastrous 1978 Island Mountain Tunnel fire.
20 - SIXTY-FIVE YEARS LATER—THE EHS CLASS OF 1949 - by Leo Chiantelli
Classmates of the “in-between” generation celebrate together in Eureka.
21 - WAR BOND RALLY AT HOLMES FLAT:WHO IS THE INTERLOPER IN THIS PICTURE?
An interesting photograph from Velma Childs Titus
22 - CHARLES H. KING: FROM TRINIDAD EDUCATOR TO
OAKLAND MILLIONAIRE - by Marvin Shepherd
Charles King reinvented himself in Humboldt, then went on to found King City.
32 - CHRISTMAS 1964: THE FLOOD - by Rex Fisher
Seventeen-year-old Rex Fisher found himself on the front lines of power restoration in Bridgeville.
37 - HUMBOLDT PHARMACIES: 1900 THROUGH WORLD
WAR II - by Stan Cloney
The author shares anecdotes and antidotes from an earlier apothecary era.