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volume 24, number 237, July 29 - August 5, 2010


Mi Refugio: Elizabeth Erro Hvolboll Remembers Growing Up on the Gaviota Coast

On the Cover: A descendent of the Orella family, Elizabeth Erro Hvolboll, was raised at Refugio. The cover picture is her at nine years old dressed in her finest Fiesta wear (circa 1939).

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