Harris Posey, the new manager at the brand-new Bullock’s Department Store, and a young employee, organized The Los Compadres, a local horseback riding club.
Almost a century ago, Desert Hot Springs pioneer Cabot Yerxa studied art in France and documented the time in his journal.
Author Lowell John Bean Bean encapsulates his lifelong research of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation In his new book due out later this year.
Rancho Mirage’s storied past is revisited in a book told through resident Leo Mallette’s collection of more than 140 matchbooks.
Ancient bedrock mortar sites offer a glimpse into the chef’s kitchen of the ancient indigenous world of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
Since it opened nearly 60 years ago as the Canyons Club Golf Course, now known as the Indian Canyons Golf Resort has drawn a celebrated list of players.
Prior to 1930, many of the names of the streets in Palm Springs reflected the agricultural roots of the village, while others connect to the city’s history.
Consider the incredible history of Indian Canyons and the centuries of Cahuilla life that preceded the canyon’s popularity among visitors and hikers.
A style, referred to as the “Palm Springs Label,” emerged in the 1950s incorporating the best of domestic and imported designs in women’s clothing.
The Palm Springs headquarters of the City National Bank of Beverly Hills was called “one of the most dramatic structures to rise in Southern California.”