Volume 63, No. 4
10 - FROM SAILOR TO WOODSMAN: A BIOGRAPHY OF MY FATHER, WALTER NELSON - by Anna Antonsen
Seafaring provided Walter Nelson with adventure, while work in a Humboldt logging camp provided the things that life at sea did not: good hearty meals and a good wage.
20 - A HISTORY OF REDWAY - by Karen Campbell Hendricks
Colorful Redway, then and now.
24 - JAMES M. MEADE, HELICOPTER PIONEER AND INDUSTRY INNOVATOR - by Martin J. Pociask
A lively and exciting conversation with native Humboldter and helicopter pioneer Jim Meade of Fortuna.
30 - RONALD V. SMITH REMEMBERS DEER LICK SPRINGS - by Paul Rasmussen Smith
Deer Lick Springs struck a chord with our readers. Recollections and a history from 1882.
32 - MARY EWING GETTY GRAHAM - by Robert Titlow
The author remembers his relative and fifth-grade teacher, the magnanimous Miss Graham.
36 - SOUTH PARK RACE TRACKS, HOTEL, AUTO CAMP, AUTO COURT, AND MOTEL - by Jerry Rohde
The many faces of South Park from 1869 to 1920.
42 - THE TRAVEL LOG: AMERICA'S FIRST RV - by Deborah Baskette
The conservationist and visionary Charles Kellogg rallied support for the redwoods in a unique way.