From Cannery Row to Sitka, Alaska
Edited by Janice M. Straley,
with recollections from his daughter,
Puget Sound Whales for Sale:
The Fight to End Orca Hunting
by Sandra Pollard
and The History Press
(June 24, 2014)
The story about Southern Resident
Killer Whales were taken
from the Puget Sound
in the mid 1960's and early 1970's.
Photo of Shamu by Pat Hathaway on
Saturday Nov. 4, 1967
|Carmel Impresarios the Dene Denny and Hazel Watrous and Carmel Music Society story by David Gordon (July 2014)|
Photos by Pat Hathaway
in both Black & White and Color
I have been photographing and documenting Cannery Row for over 44 years
From the end of the Sardine fishing industry in the 1960's to the building of the Monterey Bay Aquarium in the 1980's
And the new building that are replacing the canneries today.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation listed
Cannery Row on its 1998 annual list of Americas
11 Most Endangered Historic Places.
Photo by Pat Hathaway
|A totally new edition of
The History of John Steinbeck's Old Ocean View Avenue.
Text by Michael K. Hemp
With over 150 historical photos and 30+ new to this the 3rd edition
all from California View Photo Archives
and some that have never published before.
With a new collection Ed Ricketts photo's.
Published by The History Company,
Monterey, CA 93940
Michael K. Hemp
|A Journey into Steinbeck's California by Susan Shillinglaw Roaring Forties Press February 2006|
|Working on a
"Then, Then and Now" book on the Monterey Peninsula and the Big Sur Coast
Working title Monterey to Big Sur, Between the Coast Range and the Pacific
Color photos by Pat Hathaway to match historical images from the California Views Photo Archives
Gibbs Smith, Publisher, 2008
Layton, Utah 84041
Monterey Bay Aquarium photos by Pat Hathawy
|Carmel River Watershed Council calendar for 2003 Carmel, CA|
|Granite Construction Company, calendar for 2003 Publisher Haagen Acquisition Co. Santa Barbara, California|
|Oldtown Salinas Values book - Copyright©2003 A publication of the Oldtown Salinas Association and M. K. Hemp|
|Monterey Peninsula: A Postcard Journey, by Burlington Willes
Gibbs Smith, Publisher, April, 2005
Over 350 Postcards from the California Views Archives.
8.5 x 11 most are in full color.
|Image of America by Arcadia Publishing
Big Sur by Jeff Norman, 2004
Point Lobos by Monica Hudson, 2005
Pacific Grove by Kent Seavey, 2005
Hotel Del Monte by Julie Cain, 2005
Salinas Valley by Margarete E. Clovis, 2005
Carmel by Monica Hudson, May 2006
Moss Landing by Margarete E. Clovis, 2006
Carmel A History in Architecture by Kent Seavey, 2007
Carmel Valley by Elizabeth Barrattn & the Carmel Valley Historical Society, 2010
Hollister (Images of America) by Joseph M. McMahon & Peter Sonne, 2012
Cannery Row 1965, A Time In Between By Diana G. Dennis July, 2007
November FEATURE in 65° The Magazine of the Monterey Peninsula
by Diana G. Dennis
|Nature at Work and Play: Fisheries and Tourism on the Monterey Coastline By Connie Chiang, Spring or Fall of 2008|
Chinese Gold: The Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region.
By Sandy Lydon.
A New after Twenty Year Anniversary Edition
With a new afterword and cover.
Jung San Choy family, Pebble Beach, California
5x8 Glass Neg. CV No. 72-0107-0084
|A list of Books that have used photos from the California Views' Photo Archives
Prints are available in Sepia from 11x14 to 40x60 inches.
All images are also available for editorial downloads and one-time editorial use.
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