In the January, ’19 Heirloom “One Picture…” cont’d from last month (pictures of Donner Summit); A Happy Story Part II; From the Archives of the DSHS ; Winter Experiences in the Old Days by Pat Malberg; Advice for Winter Driving for 1931; Survival at Boiler Point book review; New 20 Mile Museum sign; Odds & Ends on Donner Summit
In the February, '19 Heirloom: The Story of “B” and his crossing of the Donner Summit in 1867 The Oakland Ski Club and Memories of a Time Gone By on Donner Summmit – lots of pictures and text; Reminiscences from the Oakland Ski Club; From the Archives of the DSHS; Sage and Sierra – book review by Chuck Oldenburg; In Police Court Circles – last month’s game warden Mandeville; Odds & Ends of Donner Summit
In the March, '19 Heirloom: The Sesquicentennial of the transcontinental railroad PT I; Exploring the Path of Chinese RR Workers; The Donner Summit Underpass/Subway, 1914; We Are in the Sierra Nevada, 1878; From the Archives of the DSHS; Newly in the Archives Book Review: 30 Years Over Donner Odds & Ends of Donner Summti and a correction.
In the April 1 HeirloomTime Travel Puzzle; The Sesquicentennial Is Coming Pt II; Sesquicentennial; Calendar of Events; Heroes of the Transcontinental Railroad; Serendipity and the Lincoln Highway on Donner Summit; What’s in Your Closet?; From the Archives of the DSHS; Race to Promontory – book review; Marin Ski Club; Odds & Ends of Donner Summit
In the May, '19 Heirloom: Say It Ain’t So.. Catfish; Sesquicentennial is Coming Pt III What the Railroad Meant; Walking the Old Lincoln Highway on Donner Summit (Big Bend, Summit Canyon, Eagle Lakes) (many pictures and a special bonus); From the Archives of the DSHS; Book Review – California Pictures in Prose and Verse, 1878; Odds & Ends of Donner Summit
In the June, ’19 Heirloom: Arthur Foote’s quest for the Silver Cup, 1911; Search for the Elusive Switchback at Roller Pass; Norm Sayler water skiing on Van Norden; From the Archives of the DSHS; Book Review: The Inside Man (Mark Hopkins); Transcontinental RR Celebration; Stepping Into Paradise – song of Tamsen Donner; Odds & Ends of Donner Summit – Sierra Junipers
In the July, '19 Heirloom: In honor of the Sesquicentennial of the transcontinental RR, “Riding the Transcontinental Railroad; Hints for travel on the transcontinental RR in case you’re planning a trip; History Hike on the North Side of Old 40; From the Archives of the DSHS; Skiing Sugar Bowl in July (1932); Book Review: Deceived the Story of the Donner Party; Sesquicentennial calendar; Odds & Ends of Donner Summit
In the August, '19 Heirloom:The Superiority of the Summit Route to Virginia City – race between the railroads, 1864; Nevada Senators Race to San Francisco (one went over Donner Summit, the other…. He lost); Where Exactly did the First Wagons Go? II Further Adventures of the MHRT; Calendar of Sesquicentennial Events for August, 2019; From the Archives of the DSHS; Book Review – Iron Muse Photography of the Transcontinental Railroad; Fan Mail; Video Review Sacramento and the Transcontinental Railroad.
In the September, ’19 Heirloom: Map of the Emigrant Road and advice for emigrants; Donner Summit Road Improvements, 1934; The Snowsheds, 1878; Update on Transcontinental RR Construction, 1867; From the Archives of the DSHS; Ghosts of Gold Mountain, book review; Odds & Ends on Donner Summit; Fan Mail.
In the October, '19 Heirloom: Where Exactly Did the First Wagons Go? III The Ledge and trail finding; Emigrant Trail Finding Gallery; What’s in Your Closet – the beacon atop Tunnel 6; Odds and Ends on Donner Summit; From the Archives of the DSHS; “Weary Traveler Has Stuffing Hammered Out of Him by Cranky Hotel Man (at Tinker’s Station) 1908; Another recommendation for the Donner Lake stage route over the Sierra; Donner Miscellany Book Review; Fan Mail; Then and Now with Art Clark.
In the November Heirloom: Snow Removal 1931-32; Snow Removal 1952 picture gallery; Auto accidents on Donner Summit; Plane crash on Donner Summit; More old pictures; From the Archives of the DSHS; Travels West, 1877 Donner Summit; A Hazard of Historical Research; The Chinese and the Iron Road book review; Odds and Ends of Donner Summit