Land of Sunshine

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Land of Sunshine (1894-1902) was founded in 1894 in Los Angeles as an illustrated monthly magazine similar to Overland Monthly. It was originally founded to promote Southern California, but in 1902 its editor, Charles Lummis, broadened the magazine’s scope to include the Southwest (Arizona and New Mexico), and so the name was changed to Out West. Lummis stayed with the publication until 1909, after which several editors worked for the dwindling publication. Out West in turn merged with Overland Monthly in 1923 until it expired in 1935.


  • 1895. J. B. B. The Yates Collection Land of Sunshine 2(6):98


  • 1896. [no author] Echoes of California Fiestas Land of Sunshine 5(1):164-165, June
[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives; pages removed from issue]


  • 1898. Trask, Blanche. Avalon, Santa Catalina Island (A song) Land of Sunshine 9(2):153, 1898


  • 1898. Land of Sunshine 10(1), December 1898
[original in SCIF archives]


[original in SCIF archives] [second copy of Volume 10 ex-lib. bound]


  • 1899. Kennedy, S. M. The American Mentone [Santa Barbara] Land of Sunshine 10(4):186-191, March 1899
[original in SCIF archives] [second copy of Volume 10 ex-lib. bound]


  • 1900. Trask, Blanche. Dying San Nicolas Land of Sunshine 13(2):95-100, 1900
[original in SCIF archives]


  • 1901. [no island articles] Land of Sunshine 15(2-3):1, August-September 1901
[original in SCIF archives]