The Rancho Bernardo Historical Society is a non-profit organization, dedicated to preserving the local history and increasing public awareness through programs and outreach. As a gift to you when you visit, these Kumeyaay-Themed Bookmarks are perfect for reading enthusiasts. Each bookmark features an image from the daily lives of our earliest settlers.
3 individual bookmarks one featuring a petroglyph rock painting, another one of a traditional Ewaa shelter, and one of a basketry pattern.
Product Dimensions: 6.0 x 1.5 inches. Feel free to send or save.
The Rancho Bernardo Historical Society is a non-profit organization, dedicated to preserving the local history and increasing public awareness through programs and outreach. As a gift to you when you visit, this “historic” postcard is perfect for everyday postal use.
Photo of the Rancho Bernardo Historical Society’s museum.
Product Dimensions: 6.0 x 4.0 inches. Feel free to send or save.
Rancho Bernardo Memories
The Rancho Bernardo Memories book is a collection of articles written by early residents of Rancho Bernardo along with a selection of oral history segments from the collection of the Rancho Bernardo Historical Society Museum. From tidbits about parties at the Rancho Bernardo Inn to stories about ranch life before development, this volume covers a variety of memories about life in Rancho Bernardo.
Soft cover, 77 pages
Price: $10.00 (tax included)
Valleys of Dreams
In Valleys of Dreams, Vincent Nicholas Rossi continues his exploration of San Diego County history. He offers stories of people, places and events that shaped and reshaped North County from a farming region where livestock outnumbered people to a burgeoning urbanized landscape of homes and shopping centers.
Soft cover, 162 pages, fully illustrated.
Price: $20.00 (tax included)
Once Upon a Town: Bernardo, Merton and Stowe
The history of San Diego includes accounts of numerous towns and villages which no longer physically exist as separate entities. This book is another in the series about “lost towns in San Diego County.” This book takes a closer look at three of these lost towns: Bernardo, Merton and Stowe all of which were in the area we now know as Rancho Bernardo, Escondido, and Poway.
Soft cover, 52 pages, fully illustrated.
Price: $12.00 (tax included)
Firestorm 2007 Paperback Book
Inferno: The Wildfires of 2007 by Karin Winner (Editor)
When smoke and ash began to fill the skies in late October 2007, many of us refused to believe that it could happen again – deadly firestorms like those that swept through San Diego County four years earlier. We saw our region come together as a community, individuals helping one another through the immediate disaster.
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: The San Diego Union Tribune, 2007
Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.2 inches
$20.00 each (tax included)
Automotive License Plate Frame
Show off your support for the Rancho Bernardo Historical Society with one of our customized license plate frames! These frames are made of a durable and light plastic, and have the “Historic Rancho Bernardo” design screen printed directly onto them.
Made of durable and light plastic. White silver frame color. UV and water-resistant design printed on front.
Standard size will fit all North American license plates. Product Dimensions: 12.3 x 6.3 inches
Price: $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 (tax included)
Webb Lake Poster
Morning Visitors by Stanilaus Sowinski
This poster print of the oil painting entitled “Morning Visitors” by Rancho Bernardo artist Stanilaus Sowinski captures the beauty and serenity of Rancho Bernardo’s treasured Webb Lake and Park. Prints are available for sale with the proceeds benefiting the Rancho Bernardo Historical Society’s mission to collect and preserve area history. Print includes a 3/16″ white border. Large Print:46.9 x 31.2 inches
Price: $5.00 each (tax included)