Take a trip back in time to experience San Diego in the early 1900s, through the eyes of a pioneer woman. “The Zig-Zag Trail” is a collection of poetry written by Lorena Catherine Harden that traces her journey from a child growing up on the prairie to San Diego, where she became an outspoken proponent of justice and human rights. The story is told in poetry with vintage photography, and presented by her great-granddaughter, Claire Condra.
Do these hills look familiar? Can you guess the location of this San Diego scene? You'll have to come to our February assembly to find out!
About the Speaker
Claire Condra is a software industry veteran, business and technology journalist, and book publisher. Claire is one of eBay's Women in Technology, and produces product documentation for online merchants. Claire is a native San Diegan and local history buff who grew up in the canyons of Balboa Park. On the weekends, she can usually be found puttering around her “wildlife sanctuary” garden, which is home to numerous birds, gophers, skunks, and the occasional possum.
2557 3rd Ave
San Diego, CA 92103
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