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moved -- or just have fond memories of San Diego in the '40s, '50s and '60s.

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Friday, April 6, 2018

April 6, 2018

Rosemary Erickson would have graduated in 1960 if her parents hadn't moved the family back to South Dakota.  Her latest book, "Serial Killers and The Aftermath" has just been published.  Click HERE to check out her website and get information on purchasing her book.

I've forgotten how Ron James went from being part of the James Gang silkscreening outfit in Ocean Beach to the publisher of "Wine, Dine and Travel", but he's sharing the Spring issue with you all.  Click HERE to check it out.  You can actually page through the entire magazine.

Ernie Cowan didn't have to leave his bedroom to go bird watching this week.  Click HERE to read his column in yesterday's Union-Tribune.

The Nomads played at the "April a la Mode" Spring Dance, held in the gym on April 6, 1962.   Click HERE to see all of the program.

Congressman Lionel van Deerlin was the keynote speaker at the '68 Crawford Nominating Convention, also held in the gym.  Click HERE to read all of the April 4, 1968 Pacer.

Recognize this intersection?  The photo of College Florist was taken in 1975 by the late John Suitts for a presentation to the Pacific Beach Town Council.  The photo below is a Google street view of the same intersection today, with a Jersey Mike's Sub shop on the corner.  Click HERE to look at some other photos John took in East San Diego.