Jeannie Lu (bottom left)
The kitchen counter was filled with food
David Copley compound, 1252 Virginia Way, La Jolla
Passenger liner, Embarcadero, 1940s. "Miller had an office at the waterfront, where he hung out.”
Passenger liner, Embarcadero, 1940s. Miller seldom came to the office. “He had an office at ...
San Diego Union, Apr. 19, 1945.There is a yarn that Ernie Pyle wanted to go ...
Max Miller, 1930s. Almost immediately after publication, Miller had become a cult figure on college ...
Neil Morgan. Morgan portrayed a postwar community beginning to experience big-city life. Miller wanted to ...
Joe Stone. “He was a drunk. Just like me.”
Al Jacoby: Miller “was eternally bitter because he didn’t make any money out of the ...
Norm Roberts: "The editing and writing were done upstairs, and people seemed happy.”
Lionel Van Deerlin: The Sun “was a crummy paper — a third paper with a ...
Max Miller, 1941. After his initial success, Miller published a book every year up to ...
“Don’t you love it when the other person sucks? It’s the most cruel thing in ...
Dorian Hargrove 12:30 p.m., Feb. 21
Various Authors 11:56 a.m., Feb. 21
Jeff Smith 10:30 a.m., Feb. 21
Donovan Roche 10:05 a.m., Feb. 21
Ian Anderson 4:01 p.m., Feb. 20
Ken Harrison 2:30 p.m., Feb. 20
Daniel Powell 11:59 a.m., Feb. 20
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