edited by Patricia Hamilton; illustrations by Keith Larson
Stories have the power to build bridges of understanding between individuals and groups whose shared experiences may not be apparent initially, yet are part of a community’s common culture. Here in Pacific Grove, our stories range from the traditional return of the butterflies to the Feast of Lanterns to the tales traded by divers, surfers and other adventurers.
Elizabeth Fisher writes about Suffragist and Spiritualist Lavinia Waterhouse, famous throughout California; and Edward Berwick, World Peace Advocate, pamphleteer and Mayor of Pacific Grove
Bob Fisher writes about many of the favorite landmarks in this “Last Home Town in America”
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