2 edition of health seekers of southern California, 1870-1900. found in the catalog.
health seekers of southern California, 1870-1900.
John E. Baur
|Series||Huntington Library publications|
|LC Classifications||RA807.C2 B36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||59010149|
Health Seekers in the West After the construction of the transcontinental railroad, government officials, powerful business interests, journalists, and artists alike promoted Southern California in an effort to increase tourism and grow the state’s population and economy. "Sun Seekers: The Cure of California" (Atelier Editions, ) is her first book. She was on the curatorial team of "Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, –," exhibited at the J. Paul Getty Museum and the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
John E. Baur, The Health Seekers of Southern California, – (San Marino, CA: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, ), p. Report of the Select Committee Appointed to Examine into the Condition of Tenant Houses in New-York and Brooklyn (Albany, NY: C. Van Benthuysen, Printer to the Legislature, ), p. In “Sun Seekers: The Cure of California,” Lyra Kilston complicates this history of health in the Golden State with stories that meander even further back to the midth century.
Harraden, Beatrice, Two health-seekers in southern California / (Philadelphia: Lippincott, [c]), also by William A. Edwards (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Harraden, Beatrice, Untold tales of the past (Edinburgh and London: William. Billy M. Jones, Health-Seekers in the Southwest, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ), pp. 83, 87, , and "Research Archives features exhibit on early San Diego physician," History News, San Diego Historical Society, XXI (February ): 3.
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Health Seekers of Southern California – (The Huntington Library Classics): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Health 1870-1900.
book of Southern California, San Marino, Calif.: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: John E Baur; Robert Gregg Frank.
Lyra Kilston's first book explores the (often self-perpetuating) myth of Southern California as a mecca of health and wellness by dialing back to the lesser-known origins of that wholesome renown, looking at naturopaths, healers and architects who praised the merits of plantbased diets, sunshine, and minimal spaces long before the s/5(8).
The Health Seekers of Southern California – by John E. Baur In looking at those who sought 1870-1900. book curative powers of the Southern California climate, John E.
Baur investigates this migration’s effect on the settlement and development of Southern California. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baur, John E. Health seekers of Southern California, San Marino, Calif., Huntington Library, The nineteenth-century notion that Southern California's sunny climate could cure tuberculosis, asthma, rheumatism, and a host of other diseases triggered a rush of health seekers to the region.
By the end of the century, these settlers from the East had inflated land values, caused building booms, inaugurated new types of businesses, and. the health seekers of southern california, by john e. baur THE HEALTH SEEKERS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, by John E.
Baur (pp. ) Review by: Robert W. Adams. Sun Seekers: The Cure of California (Atelier Éditions), a new book by Lyra Kilston, revisits these lesser-known histories and unusual characters, tracing the colorful and surprising origins of Southern California’s promise of better : Michelle Enriquez.
The Health Seekers of Southern California, San Marino: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, Southern California’s climate had a reputation as being helpful to tuberculosis patients. This book tracks changing approaches to.
These 11 Photos Of Southern California From The Early s Are Beyond Fascinating. If you enjoy the idea of stepping back in time to see a glimpse of what Southern California once looked like in the past, then you’ll love these vintage photos of SoCal dating back to the s. A few years later, ina group of men commemorates the completion of part of the Cajon Canal, bringing water to Southern California.
The new cities began to thrive as new residents moved in. The Broadway lumber yard is a bustling place, as people shop for lumber to build the new city of Oakland.
The quotation was offered by Dr. George M. Kober of Modoc County and appears in John E. Baur, The Health Seekers of Southern California, (San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, ), 8.
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The Health Seekers of Southern California, by John Baur. Call Number: QCC2 Author: Nyle Monday. Author of Christmas on the American FrontierThe Health Seekers of Southern California,and Dogs On The Frontier/5(7).
Health-Seekers in the Southwest, by Billy M. Jones and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 1. Author(s): Baur,John E Title(s): The health seekers of Southern California, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: San Marino, Calif.
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The Health Seekers Cited by: 1.The Health Seekers of Southern California, (1st Edition) (The Huntington Library Classics) by John E. Baur Paperback, Pages, Published by Huntington Library Press ISBNISBN: According to the book “Health Seekers of Southern California,” a Los Angeles man warned an Ohio man not to go south because San Diego’s constant fog caused malaria, diphtheria and a slew of other contagious diseases.