CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESS
Through a decades-long partnership, California Historical Society Press was cofounded with Heyday, an independent, nonprofit publisher and cultural institution in Berkeley.
Among the titles co-published by the two organizations are:
- Only What We Could Carry: The Japanese American Internment Experience, edited by Lawson Fusao Inada (2000)
- Courthouses of California: An Illustrated History, edited by Ray McDevitt (2001)
- At Work: The Art of California Labor, edited by Mark Dean Johnson (2003)
- Quizzical Eye: The Photography of Rondal Partridge, by Elizabeth Partridge and Sally Stein (2003)
- Wheels of Change: From Zero to 600 M.P.H.: The Amazing Story of California and the Automobile, by Kevin Nelson (2009)
To purchase books, contact:
Telephone: (510) 549-3564
Fax: (510) 549-1889
The California Historical Society Press publishes books on a very limited basis. At this time, the press is not actively seeking book proposals.