by Geraldine Knatz and Naomi Hirahara, photo editor: J. Eric Lynxwiler. A richly-illustrated history of Terminal Island, including the stories of the 3000 Japanese-Americans who fished and worked in the canneries of Terminal Island until forcibly relocated during World War II. Softcover. Sold out – please contact us to be notified when it is in stock.
by Gordon Ghareeb and Martin Cox. The regal well-appointed ships that sailed from Los Angeles to Hawaii were known for their haute cuisine, superb service, and leisurely comfort. Hardcover.
by Ernest Marquez A true story of the renowned gambling ships that anchored in Santa Monica Bay in the 1920s and 1930s. Hardcover.
by Ernest Marquez and Veronique DeTurenne. An illustrated history of a once sleepy mudflat that became the nation’s top cargo port. Hardcover.
by Henry P. Silka San Pedro, established as an independent city, was annexed by the City of Los Angeles in 1907. A look into the town’s life, people, and industry both before and after the annexation. Hardcover.