Collection consists of newspapers from Southern California and Baja California, Mexico reporting on border issues in 1911
In the 1920s, there were many disturbances along the United States-Mexico border stemming from prohibition. These incidences
were especially common at the San Diego-Tijuana border. The tension was made worse by murders and smuggling issues which led
to the border being temporarily closed in 1926.
1.75 Linear feet
The San Diego History Center (SDHC) holds the copyright to any unpublished materials. SDHC Library regulations do apply.
This collection is open for research.