Twentynine Palms Historical Society
29 Palms, California

Old Schoolhouse Journal

The Old Schoolhouse Journal is a quarterly publication that is always informative
and packed with interesting stories of both the past and present. Check it out!

Please submit articles to:

Editor, Old Schoolhouse Journal
6760 National Park Dr
29 Palms, CA 92277

The WINTER 2015 Journal includes:

*Al and Marion Gartner retire

*A historical shrine starts first year with new status
by Lucile Weight

*Old Timer of the Year Award-Bob & Edie Carter

*2015 Old Timers Gathering
by Kelly O'Sullivan

*2015 Weed Show
by Cathy Snodgrass

*2015 Annual Meeting
By Jimmy Biggerstaff

*Historic Residence
by Dorothy (Musser) Eisemann

*Women in Morongo Basin's History
by Pat Rimmington

*Surprise Springs: Ten Thousand Years of Continuous Human Occupation
by Jimmy Biggerstaff

*Oasis Storytelling Project

*History of PTA of Twentynine Palms
by Sarah L. Krushat

*In Memoriam-Harold Hockett

*Things that aren't here anymore: Stengel's Shoes

*Photo ID-Twentynine Palms Garden Club, Nov. 1966

*Looking Back: Shooting Starts On Desert Newsreel

*Old Roads
by Lucile Weight

*Jail Break

*The Real First Hospital In Twentynine Palms

by Jimmy Biggerstaff

*First Mass Celebrated Here Last Tuesday Morning

*2015 Weed Show Winners

*Historical Society Information and Events

The Journal is published quarterly:
Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter

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