Home page, from left to right*:
1) Women Surfers, date unknown
2) San Onofre, November 1958
3) L to R: 1952 – Lorrin Harrison and Pua Kealoha
4) L to R: c. 1960 – Vicki Newton, Rob Foster, Dennis Liberty, Skip Newton, Dave Rochlen
5) Doheny, 1950 – Left to Right: Zane Simonson, Don Murray, Jim Gilloon, Bill Vetter

Early Surf History
Pig roasting “Imu style” on the beach, San Onofre c. 1960*

Industrialization & Tourism
Sunday morning at the Long Beach, California, U.S.A.; ©1908 by H.C. White Co.; (image source: Wikimedia Commons)

Surfing Clubs
Duke Kahanamoku (image source: Wikimedia Commons)
Makaha, Hawaii, 1964 – The Big Four: Fred Hemmings, Chinn Ho, Duke Kahanamoku and Butch Van Artsdalen*

Surfing’s Growing Appeal
1952 – L to R: Lorrin Harrison and Pua Kealoha playing ukuleles*

Surfing Boom
Hearse surf wagon courtesy of Mellow Wave Surfboards

Postwar Context
San Onofre, November 1958*

Surfers’ Perspective
Doheny, 1950*
Rick, Vicki, Bill, Deni, Anton taken in May 1960*
Rickenbacker frying pan (image source: Wikimedia Commons)

Women & Surf Culture
Women Surfers, date unknown*

California state map, courtesy of the National Atlas of the United States (image source: Wikimedia Commons)
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, courtesy of awnisALAN (image source: Wikimedia Commons)
Encinitas / Highway 101 road sign (image source: Wikimedia Commons)

* Photographs courtesy of the San Clemente Surfing Heritage Foundation


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