Women, the City and the 1915 World's Fair
- Community & Culture
- California Historical Society, San Francisco CA
Thomas J. Osborne is Emeritus Professor of History at Santa Ana College, where he received the inaugural Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award. He earned his Ph.D in history from Claremont Graduate University and is the author and co-author of several scholarly books, articles and reviews, including Paths to the Present: Thoughts on the Contemporary Relevance of America's Past (co-authored with Fred R. Mabbutt) and"Empire Can Wait:" American Opposition to Hawaiian Annexation, 1893-1898.
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