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Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Papers


  • 1989. Daily, Marla (ed.) Santa Cruz Island Anthology Occasional Paper Number 1. Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 1989, (1994). 161 pages, 69 photographs, 2 maps.


  • 1989. Daily, Marla (ed.) Northern Channel Islands Anthology Occasional Paper Number 2. Santa Cruz Island Foundation:Santa Barbara, CA, 1989. 177 pages, 47 photographs, 6 maps.


  • 1990. Caire, Helen. Señor Castillo. Cock of Santa Cruz Island Foreword by Daily, Marla. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 3. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation, 1990. 75 pages, 49 photographs, 8 maps.


  • 1990. Daily, Marla (ed.) A Step Back in Time: Unpublished Channel Islands Diaries Occasional Paper Number 4. Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 1990, (1995). 205 pages, 49 photographs, 8 maps.


  • 1993. Daily, Marla (ed.) Chapel of the Holy Cross 1891-1991 Santa Cruz Island Occasional Paper Number 5 Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 1991. 115 pages, 92 photographs


  • 1993. Daily, Marla (ed.) Santa Barbara Island Occasional Paper Number 6. Santa Cruz Island Foundation: Santa Barbara, CA, 112 pages,44 photographs, 3 maps.


  • Occasional Paper #7
Santa Rosa: Island of the Cowboys edited by Kerry Allen, 1996, 200 pages, 65 photographs; 1 map


  • 1998. Hillinger, Charles. Charles Hillinger's Channel Islands Foreword by Daily, Marla. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 8. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation, 1998. 256 pages


  • 1998. Petersen, Michele. Once Upon an Island Foreword by Daily, Marla. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 9. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation, 1998. 193 pages


  • 2008. Betsy Lester. San Miguel Island: My Childhood Memoir, 1930-1942 Foreword by Daily, Marla. Santa Cruz Island Foundation Occasional Paper Number 10. Santa Barbara: Santa Cruz Island Foundation, 2008.