The Fairview Register
The Fairview Register is the monthly publication of the Costa Mesa Historical Society. Each newsletter contains news about the society, information about upcoming events, and articles about Costa Mesa history. It’s one of the best ways to stay up-to-date on Costa Mesa history.
Below you’ll find archives of the newsletter since 2012. If you’d like to receive a newsletter in your mailbox each month, consider joining the society.
A New Library Opens, Share Your Memories, Tales of Roy June, City Attorney, New Boat Exhibit, Stanley Paher, and more!
Early California Days, Where Are the Volunteers, Japanese Costa Mesans 1920-1942,
“The Wall That Heals” in Costa Mesa, and more!
Fairview Register May 2019
Stanley Paher on Ghost Towns, Dave Gardner’s 90th, Willard T. Jordan’s Lost Landmarks,
Craig MacDonald Recap and more!
Fairview Register April 2019
Adobe Plaque Dedication, Craig MacDonald on Trailblazing Women, Remembering Betty Jean Beecher and more!
Fairview Register March 2019
Adobe Plaque Dedication, Heroes Hall Anniversary, Mildred Fisher, Lucille Pinkley & More!
Fairview Register February 2019
Jim Kubalik on Richard Nixon, Mesa Verde Country Club: Year One, Remembering Patricia Miller, Call for Fashion Info, and More!
Fairview Register January 2019
Nixon Library and Gardens (via Wikimedia Commons)
George Vincent Fox's dog tag from World War I.
Learn about Fred McDowell’s talk on World War I, the World War I diary of George Vincent Fox, the Society Shuffle, last summer’s Concerts in the Park and more in the November 2018 Fairview Register.
Learn about Tony Burica’s upcoming talking, the Costa Mesa Songbook, the Ed Miller Collection and more in the October 2018 Fairview Register.
Check out the latest edition of our monthly newsletter:
Fairview Register September 2018
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