San Diego Memories III: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s

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About the book

The telling of San Diego’s history through photos continues in this third installment of “San Diego Memories: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s.”

Presented by the San Diego Union-Tribune in partnership with San Diego History Center, this 176-page hardcover book features baby boomers coming of age, rock ‘n’ roll, environmentalism, civil rights and feminism, the Vietnam War and economic distress, all from the archives of San Diego History Center and the Union-Tribune, plus submissions from the general public to show everyday life during this important time in San Diego history.

    Specifications

    • Title: San Diego Memories III: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s

    • Hardcover

    • ISBN: 9781597259255

    • 176 pages

    • Size: 11.375" x 9.75" x 0.5"

    • Published by Pediment Publishing

    • Printed in North America

    • Available now

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    San Diego Union-Tribune and San Diego History Center (San Diego, CA)

    Specifications

    • Title: San Diego Memories III: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s

    • Hardcover

    • ISBN: 9781597259255

    • 176 pages

    • Size: 11.375" x 9.75" x 0.5"

    • Published by Pediment Publishing

    • Printed in North America

    • Available now

    Presented bY

    San Diego Union-Tribune and San Diego History Center (San Diego, CA)

    About the book

    The telling of San Diego’s history through photos continues in this third installment of “San Diego Memories: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s.”

    Presented by the San Diego Union-Tribune in partnership with San Diego History Center, this 176-page hardcover book features baby boomers coming of age, rock ‘n’ roll, environmentalism, civil rights and feminism, the Vietnam War and economic distress, all from the archives of San Diego History Center and the Union-Tribune, plus submissions from the general public to show everyday life during this important time in San Diego history.

       

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      Frances S.
      Wonderful

      As a 3rd generation native San Diegan. I love these books

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      Sarah B.
      Historical Keepsakes

      These memorials to San Diego are beautiful, well-designed and published and represent books that will be come historical keepsakes.

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      Joanne M.
      Historical photographs of San Diego from 1980 through 2020

      A delightful way to view the historical changes in a city with the four volumes that have been offered. From the early 1800's through 2020 in black and white photos to colorful ones in the late 1900's to 2020. I have enjoyed watching San Diego grow and change through interesting and well chosen photographs.

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      Steve J.

      San Diego Memories III: A Time of Change — The 1960s and 1970s