Guide to the Surfing Collection

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Guide to the Surfing Collection 1963/2011

Special Collections & University Archives

Overview of the Collection

Collection Title: Surfing Collection
Dates: 1963-2011
Identification: MS-0246
Creator: Surfing
Physical Description: 25.10 linear ft
Repository: Special Collections & University Archives
5500 Campanile Dr. MC 8050
San Diego, CA, 92182-8050
URL: http://library.sdsu.edu/scua
Email: scref@rohan.sdsu.edu
Phone: 619-594-6791

Biography/Organization History

Biographical Information:

Although surfing existed for hundreds of years before it was embraced by American culture, the sport did not receive national recognition until the mid-Twentieth Century. The "royal sport for the natural kings" as Jack London called it in 1907, was quickly popularized by the onset on American film, music, and the dedication of professional surfers. Beach themed movies like Gidget (1959) and surf music from the Beach Boys and Dick Dale contributed to the Californian allure, and San Diego saw a major increase of surfers out in the water.
Though much of San Diego's early surf history has gone undocumented, most historians agree that the modern age of surfing began in California with the arrival of George Freeth in 1907 and Duke Kahanamoku in 1912. The end of the Second World War saw a marked change in the jovial, communal environment that surfers once embraced. During the war, the military procured major stretches of beach for training grounds, closing many of the best breaks in the process. Technological advancements like foam boards and wetsuits aided the accessibility of the sport, and more and more people were able to get out into the water without discomfort.
In the late 1950's, Southern California saw an explosion in the surf scene, causing more experienced, older surfers to seek out unfound breaks along the coast and into Mexico. The Gidget phenomenon drew people from the mainland toward the coast to pursue unrealistic expectations about surf culture. By the 1960's surfing had become part of the American identity.The sport was embraced by the masses on a grand scale.
Whereas surfing was once influenced by the relaxed Hawaiian cultural practices of hula, the ukulele, and the "aloha" spirit, the younger generation of surfers became more interested in slashing and destroying waves, shorter foam boards, and establishing surfing as a youthful counterculture. Cultural transitions during the 1960's also added to the appeal of California beaches, as surfers were seen as individualistic athletes uninterested in corporate city life. The prominence of the short board, coupled with a global interest in competitive surfing marked the departure from the "golden years" of Freeth and the famous Duke Kahanamoku.
San Diego arguably has some of the most consistent surf in the continental US, and several spots are sought out by prominent professional surfers. In 2001, Cortez Bank was discovered one hundred miles west of San Diego, yielding some of the largest waves ever ridden. The discovery of the spot has firmly planted San Diego in the world of big wave surfing, and the county is still a vibrant center for surf culture and art.

Administrative History:

Although surfing existed for hundreds of years before it was embraced by American culture, the sport did not receive national recognition until the mid-twentieth century. The "royal sport for the natural kings" as Jack London called it in 1907, was quickly popularized by the onset on American film, music, and the dedication of professional surfers. Beach themed movies like Gidget (1959) and surf music from the Beach Boys and Dick Dale contributed to the Californian allure, and San Diego saw a major increase of surfers out in the water.
Though much of San Diego's early surf history has gone undocumented, most historians agree that the modern age of surfing began in California with the arrival of George Freeth in 1907 and Duke Kahanamoku in 1912. The end of the Second World War saw a marked change in the jovial, communal environment that surfers once embraced. During the war, the military procured major stretches of beach for training grounds, closing many of the best breaks in the process. Technological advancements like foam boards and wetsuits aided the accessibility of the sport, and more and more people were able to get out into the water without discomfort.
In the late 1950's, Southern California saw an explosion in the surf scene, causing more experienced, older surfers to seek out unfound breaks along the coast and into Mexico. The Gidget phenomenon drew people from the mainland toward the coast to pursue unrealistic expectations about surf culture. By the 1960's surfing had become part of the American identity.The sport was embraced by the masses on a grand scale.
Whereas surfing was once influenced by the relaxed Hawaiian cultural practices of hula, the ukulele, and the "aloha" spirit, the younger generation of surfers became more interested in slashing and destroying waves, shorter foam boards, and establishing surfing as a youthful counterculture. Cultural transitions during the 1960's also added to the appeal of California beaches, as surfers were seen as individualistic athletes uninterested in corporate city life. The prominence of the short board, coupled with a global interest in competitive surfing marked the departure from the "golden years" of Freeth and the famous Duke Kahanamoku.
San Diego arguably has some of the most consistent surf in the continental US, and several spots are sought out by prominent professional surfers. In 2001, Cortez Bank was discovered one hundred miles west of San Diego, yielding some of the largest waves ever ridden. The discovery of the spot has firmly planted San Diego in the world of big wave surfing, and the county is a vibrant center for surf culture and art.

Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Use:

The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University. Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs. The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine.  Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections, San Diego State University, Library and Information Access. When granted, permission is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder(s), which must also be obtained in order to publish. Materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials.

Preferred Citation:

Identification of item, folder title, box number, Surfing Collection, Special Collections and University Archives, Library and Information Access, San Diego State University.

Related Materials:

A significant portion of this collection has been cataloged, and can be accessed via the PAC.
Information about related materials is available at http://libpac.sdsu.edu/search~S0?/tsurfing+collection/tsurfing+collection/1%2C2%2C752%2CB/exact&FF=tsurfing+collection&1%2C751%2C

Scope and Contents

The Surfing Collection documents surfing and surf culture through article clippings and documents, as well as ephemera and media that describe surf culture, surfing's history, and information about surfing. Series I: Documents contain various articles, bibliographies, and syllabi related to surfing. Series II: Media and Ephemera contains ephemera such as toys, stickers, postcards, playing cards, advertisements, menus, fliers, clippings, as well as several pieces of audiovisual material. Series III: Periodicals includes various surfing periodicals from 1963 to the present.  A portion of the Surfing Collection is cataloged, and can be accessed via the library's catalog.

Detailed List of Contents

 

Documents

 

Articles and Bibliographies

Box 1, Folder 1

Ambrose, Greg. "Yo, Dudette, Surfing Life Knows No Gender Boundaries." San Francisco Chronicle 9/1/2000

Box 1, Folder 2

Anderson, Bruce. "Getting Amped on the Coast ." Sports Illustrated, 9/8/1986

Box 1, Folder 3

Coleman, Stuart. "Duke's World." Honolulu Weekly, Nov. 15, 1995

Box 1, Folder 4

Carless, Will. "Legends of Windansea." La Jolla Light vol. 92 issue 30. July 22, 2004

Box 1, Folder 5

Dixon, Chris. "Catching a Cultural Wave." New York Times, July 28, 2002

Box 1, Folder 6

Funnell, Ronald. "Surf Riding on the Atlantic Coast."

Box 1, Folder 7

Gable, Mona. "Same Surf, New Waves." Los Angeles Times Magazine 8/4/2002

Box 1, Folder 8

Gurrey, A.R. Jr. "The Surf Riders of Hawaii" 1915

Box 1, Folder 9

Himmelspach, Darlene. "Seniors of the Surf Relieve Big-Board Days in Oceanside." San Diego Union Tribune 1996

Box 1, Folder 10

Koehler, Steve. "Students Hit Surf on Web."

Box 1, Folder 11

Lewis, Jordana. "New Wave of Surf Girls" from Newsweek. July 19, 2004.

Box 1, Folder 12

Lim, James. "Surfs up on the Web" LLR Bits & Bytes

Box 1, Folder 13

"The Waterman Collecteth" from Swim Magazine; Jan/Feb 2004

Box 1, Folder 14

Letters to the Editor regarding Annual Surf for CF contest, Michelle Poppe

Box 1, Folder 15

Marsh, David. "The Water Log" (an annotated bibliography of surfing)

Box 1, Folder 16

Reno, Jamie. "The Endless Summer, Then and Now" San Diego Magazine. July, 2001

Box 1, Folder 17

Reynolds, Christopher. "Seriously, Dude" Los Angeles Times Calendar, July 28, 2001

Box 1, Folder 18

Reyes, David. "The Thrill of the Film Pulls New Wave of Surfers Into Theatres"

Box 1, Folder 19

Robertson, Jordan. "Chairman of the Boards" San Francisco Chronicle September 1, 2000

Box 1, Folder 20

Rodgers, Terry. "Archivist Hopes Collection Makes Waves." San Diego Union Tribune, Oct. 15, 2002

Box 1, Folder 21

Rodgers, Terry. "Blake, biography-both originals" San Diego Union Tribune. Oct. 2, 2001

Box 1, Folder 22

Rodgers, Terry. "Catching the Wave." San Diego Union. July 15, 1999

Box 1, Folder 23

Rodgers, Terry. "Gidget's Big Wave." San Diego Union. August 20, 2000

Box 1, Folder 24

Rodgers, Terry. "Teen could put OB back on map" San Diego Union, March 5, 2002

Box 1, Folder 25

Rodgers, Terry "Time Warp on the Water" The San Diego union Tribune. February 4, 2003

Box 1, Folder 26

Schinto, Jeanne. "Wave Collector: History of Surfing" San Diego Reader, January 2, 2003

Box 1, Folder 27

Troxler, A.T. "Surfing a Tropical Storm at a Carolina Beach" The Beach Weekly News. September 18, 2002

Box 1, Folder 28

Warshaw, Matt. "A Century of Surf" Hemispheres. November, 2003.

Box 1, Folder 29

Waldner, Erin. "The Big Dreams of Big-Wave Rider." Half Moon Bay Review. February 2, 2000.

Box 1, Folder 30

Willis, Michael and Milton. "Old Surfers Can Always Learn Some New Tricks." La Jolla Light. July 22, 2004.

Box 1, Folder 31

Articles and Ephemera Regarding Duke Kahanamoku Postage Stamp. 2002

Box 1, Folder 32

Paddleboards and Hollowboards

Box 1, Folder 33

"Surf: All About It."

Box 1, Folder 34

Surfing: American Culture or Subculture? Course Syllabus for HNRS211

Box 1, Folder 35

Siren: A Surf Trip- Surfing 1996 Swimsuit Preview

Box 1, Folder 36

Ford Times- August 1968

Box 1, Folder 37

"Dan Reynolds: First Chapter" Quicksilver.

Box 1, Folder 38

South Texas Institute for Art Presents Surfing Art (exhibit brochure) 1999

Box 1, Folder 39

Surfing Heritage Foundation, Preserving Surfing's Roots Brochure

 

Oral History Transcripts

Box 1, Folder 40

Ron Drummond, July 30, 1988

Box 1, Folder 41

Mary Ann Hawkins- Midkiff, March 15, 1989 (2)

Box 1, Folder 42

Thomas Edward Blake, April 16, 1989

Box 1, Folder 43

Andy Andersen, May 9, 1990

Box 1, Folder 44

Joe Quigg, May 7, 1990

Box 1, Folder 45

Dudley Whitman, May 10, 2000

 

Media and Ephemera

Box 2, Folder 1

Toys, games, flyers, handbills, postcards ,stickers

Box 3, Folder 1

Toys, games, flyers, handbills, postcards ,stickers

Box 4, Folder 1

Posters, calendars, and oversize materials

 

Periodicals

Scope and Contents

BOX 5 Action Sports Retailer March 1989 volume 10, no. 3 Sept 1995 volume 16, no. 5 Adrenalin 2004, issue 020 Alma Surf Sept/Oct 2004 Nov/Dec 2005 Australia’s Surfing Life April/May 1990 volume 29 June/July 1991 volume 37 Sept 1991 volume 39 March 1994 volume 66 1992 Photo Annual Automatic Magazine Oct 1999 volume 1, no. 1 volume 7, issue 42 volume 8, issue 50 Beach Break News Apr. 2005 volume 1, no. 1 May 2005 volume 1, no. 2 July 2005 volume 1, no. 3 Aug. 2005 volume 1, no. 4 Sept. 2005 volume 1, no. 5 Oct. 2005 volume 1, no. 6 Dec. 2005 volume 1, no. 7 Jan. 2006 volume 2, no. 1 BIM - Bodyboarder International Magazine December 1995, Volume 5, Number 6 Breakout July 1985 volume 6, no. 7 ________________________________________ BOX 6 California Surfers May/June 1998 volume 1, no. 1 California Wave August 1995 volume 1, no. 1 Carbon December 2004 Chick Summer 1998/1999 issue 1 - Sept/Oct 2000 issue 10 Fine Surf and Street Magazine (Japan) 1994 1997 __________________________________________ BOX 7 Flow – (Japan) Autumn 1996 issue 05 – Summer 1997 issue 08 Winter 1998 issue 10 - Spring 1998 issue 11 Summer 1999 issue 16 Foam Summer 2004 issue 1 - Fall 2004 issue 2 Summer 2006, issue 12 (special anniversary issue) _______________________________________________ BOX 8 Free Surf (Hawaii) 2005 volume 2, no. 1 volume 2, no. 7 volume 3, no. 1 volume 3, no. 8 volume 3, no. 9 volume 3, no. 12 Gulf Coast Surf Winter 2003 volume 2, no. 1 H2O 1999 volume 5, no. 1 2001 volume 6, no. 1 Hapa Magazine – (Japan) Aug/Sept 1995 volume 1, no. 1 Jan/Feb 1996 volume 2, no. 1 Hardcore (Brazil) April 1995 no. 68 Sept 1995 no. 73 Feb 1996 no. 78 Heavywater June/July 2005 volume 1, no. 7 July/Aug 2005 volume 1, no. 8 Jan 2006 volume 2, no. 1 Jan/Feb 2007 volume 3, no. 1 ____________________________________________ BOX 9 Hub issue 12 three undated / un-numbered issues International Surfing July 1967 volume 3, no. 3 Jan. 1970 volume 5, no. 6 Oct / Nov 1971 volume 7, no. 5 June / July 1972 volume 8, no. 3 Aug / Sept 1973 volume 9, no. 4 Oct / Nov 1973 volume 9, no. 5 Longboard Quarterly Summer 1993 volume 1, no. 1 Aug / Sept 1994 volume 2, no. 2 Dec 1994 / Jan 1995 volume 2, no. 4 Longboarder 1993 volume 1, no. 3 1993 volume 1, no. 4 1994 volume 2, no. 2 Longboarder (New Zealand’s Own) 1998, issue 1 Makai Ocean Lifestyle Magazine July 2005 volume 1, no. 10 Ocean Sports International 1985 volume 4, no. 3 Outside! Summer 2005 volume 19, no. 1 PIT Bodyboard Magazine Feb/Mar 1996 volume 1, no. 1 1998 volume 3, issue 9 1999 volume 4, issue 1 Planeta Surf May 2004 October 2004 October 2005 _________________________________________ BOX 10 Plow Snowboarding Magazine volume 2.5 Rage Winter 1995 / 1996 Spring 1996 Riptide 1995 SG - Surf/Snow/Skate Girl Feb 2005 volume 8, no. 2 Shorebreak, The - International Surfing Museum Newsletter Summer 2005 Skim issue 14 Snowboard Life Feb 1996 volume 1, no. 1 Snowboarder Magazine Sept 1996 volume 9, no. 1 Soul Surf Jan - Mar 1996 volume 1, no. 1 Apr - Jun 1996 volume 1, no. 2 Surf Spring 1977 volume 1, no. 2 Surf Adventures no. 1 no. 2 ___________________________________________ BOX 11 Surf Europe June 2001 episode 10 Surf Expo Jan. 1996 Surfaholic (Japan) Sept. 1995 volume 2-3, no. 8 Sept. 1996 volume 3-5, no. 14 Sept. 1997 volume 4-5, no. 20 Nov. 1997 volume 4-6, no. 21 Surfer Girl July / Aug 1998 issue 1 Nov / Dec 1998, issue 2 undated issue Surfer Travel Report 1999 volume 1, no. 1 1999 volume 1, no. 5 Surfing Girl Oct. 1999 Dec. 2000 volume 3, no. 5 Jun. / July 2001 volume 4, no. 2 Surfing World Magazine Sept. 1978 volume 27, no. 6 ____________________________________ BOX 12 Surfos Oct. 2004, number 26 Surftrip Journal (Japan) 1998 volume 1, no. 103 Surfwriter’s Quarterly 1994 volume 1, no. 1 1994 volume 1, no. 2 1994 volume 1, no. 3 Swami’s Surfing Association Newsletter March 2001 April 2001 Sept. 2001 Swell Sept/Oct 1989 volume 3, no. 5 Tiare Girl 2003 volume 3, no. 9 2003 volume 3, no. 10 2004 volume 4, no. 11 2004 volume 4, no. 12 2004 volume 4, no. 13 TransWorld Snowboarding Magazine Sept 1995 Monster Buyer’s Guide March 1996 volume 9, no. 7 Wahine 1995 volume 1, no. 1 Summer 2000 volume 6, no. 3 Fall 2000 volume 6, no. 4 Spring 2001 volume 7, no. 2 Summer 2001 volume 7, no. 4 ____________________________________________ BOX 13 Water Spring 2002 volume 1, no. 1 Summer 2002 volume 1, no. 2 Wave Action Surf Magazine 1998 volume 6, no. 4 1998 volume 6, no. 5 Wavelength Oct. 2001 issue 105 Wet Summer 2006 issue 1 Wind July 1998 Womens Surf Style Magazine (WSSN) Summer 2005 volume 2, no. 3 Summer 2006 volume 3, no. 3 Fall 2006 volume 3, no. 4 Winter 2007 volume 4, no. 1 ___________________________________________ BOX 14 Australian Longboarding Magazine Winter 1998 edition 2 - 2000 edition 10 2000 edition 12 - 2001 edition 18 ___________________________________________ BOX 15 Australian Longboarding Magazine March / April 2002 edition 20 - Sept. / Oct. 23 2002 edition 23 Photo Annuals 1 - 3 ___________________________________________ BOX 16 Deep May / June 1996 issue 5 Autumn 1997 issue 10 Summer 1997 issue 11 1998 / 1999 volume 4, no. 1 - 4 1999 volume 5, no. 1 - 2 Spring 2000 issue 18 ___________________________________________ BOX 17 Fluir Magazine (Brazil) 1996 volume 13, no. 4, 7-10, 125 1997 volume 14, no. 1, 3 - 10 ____________________________________________ BOX 18 Fluir Magazine (Brazil) 1999 volume 15, no. 3 – 5, 10-11 2000 volume 16, no. 1, 3, 5, 7-9, 11-12 2001 volume 17, no. 1 - 5 ____________________________________________ BOX 19 Fluir Magazine (Brazil) 2001 volume 17, no. 6 - 12 2002 volume 18, no. 1 - 2, 4 2002 Calendar Fluir Especial Surf Stars Fluir Especial Girls 2001 (3 issues) Fluir Guia de Pranchas (Shape Guide) 2002 Calendar ____________________________________________ BOX 20 Longboard Magazine Feb / Mar 1995 volume 2, no. 5 Aug / Sept 1995 volume 3, no. 3 Dec / Jan 1996 volume 3, no. 5 Feb / Mar 1996 volume 3, no. 6 Apr / May 1996 volume 4, no. 1 - Jan / Feb 1997 volume 4, no. 6 May / June 1997 volume 5, no. 2 - Nov / Dec 1997 volume 5, no. 6 Mar / Apr 1998 volume 6, no. 1 - May / June 1998 volume 6, no. 2 ____________________________________________ BOX 21 Longboard Magazine July 1998 volume 6, no. 3 - Jan / Feb 1999 volume 6, no. 7 Mar / Apr 1999 volume 7, no. 1 - Sept / Oct 1999 volume 7, no. 5 August 2000 volume 8, no. 4 - Sept / Oct 2000 volume 8, no. 5 May 2001 volume 9, no. 2 ___________________________________________ BOX 22 Longboard Magazine March 2002 volume 10, no. 1 Apr / May 2002 volume 10, no. 2 Aug 2002 volume 10, no. 4 Oct 2002 volume 10, no. 6 Jan / Feb 2003 volume 10, no. 8 May / June 2003 volume 11, no. 2 Nov 2003 volume 11, no. 6 Jan / Feb 2005 volume 12, no. 8 Aug 2005 volume 13, no. 4 Sept 2006 volume 14, no. 3 Oct 2006 volume 14, no. 4 Jan 2007 volume 14, no. 5 __________________________________________ BOX 23 Surf Portugal Oct 1996 no. 45 Dec 1996 no. 47 Feb 1997 no. 49 – Aug 1998 no. 67 __________________________________________ BOX 25 Surf Portugal Sep 1998 no. 68 - Dec 1998 no. 71 Mar 1999 no. 74 - Jul 1999 no. 78 Sep 1999 no. 80 - Dec 1999 no. 83 Feb 2000 no. 85 - May 2000 no. 88 Jul 2000 no. 90 - Dec 2000 no. 95 __________________________________________ BOX 26 Surf Portugal Jan 2001 no. 96 - Apr 2001 no. 99 Jun 2001 no. 101 - Jul 2001 no. 102 Sep 2001 no. 104 - Jan 2002 no. 108 Mar 2002 no. 110 __________________________________________ BOX 26 Surf Session (Le Magazine Francais Du Surf) May 1989 no. 23 Sept 1990 no. 39 Nov 1993 no. 76 Apr 1994 no. 81 Nov 1994 no. 88 Mar 1995 no. 92 Dec 1995 no. 101 Apr 1996 no. 105 May 1996 no. 106 June 1996 no. 107 Nov 1996 no. 112 Jan 1997 no. 114 Feb 1997 no. 115 Mar 1997 no. 116 May 1997 no. 118 June 1997 no. 119 __________________________________________ BOX 27 Surf Session (Le Magazine Francais Du Surf) July 1997 no. 120 Aug 1997 no. 121 Oct 1997 no. 123 Dec 1997 no. 125 Mar 1998 no. 128 Apr 1998 no. 129 June 1998 no. 131 July 1998 no. 132 Aug 1998 no. 133 Oct 1998 no. 135 Nov 1998 no. 136 Dec 1998 no. 137 Mar 1999 no. 140 May 1999 no. 142 ________________________________________ BOX 28 Surf Session (Le Magazine Francais Du Surf) Nov 1999 no. 148 Jun 2000 no. 155 Aug 2000 no. 157 - Oct 2000 no. 159 May 2001 no. 166 supplement - Aug 2001 no. 169 Jan 2002 no. 174 Mar 2002 no. 176 Surf Session Bodyboard Aug/Sept/Oct 2000 no. 44 _________________________________________ BOX 29 Surfer Magazine Apr / May 1963 volume 4, no. 2 - Jun / July 1963 volume 4, no. 3 May 1965 volume 6, no. 2 July 1966 volume 7, no. 3 Jan 1969 volume 9, no. 6 Jan 1970 volume 10, no. 6 Mar 1970 volume 11, no. 1 Sep 1970 volume 11, no. 4 May 1971 volume 12, no. 2 Jul 1972 volume 13, no. 2 Nov 1972 volume 13, no. 4 Mar 1973 volume 13, no. 6 Jan 1973 volume 14, no. 5 Jul 1974 volume 15, no. 2 Sep 1974 volume 15, no. 3 - Oct / Nov 1974 volume 15, no. 4 Feb / March 1974 volume 15, no. 6 Apr / May 1975 volume 16, no. 1 - Jul 1975 volume 16, no. 2 Oct / Nov 1975 volume 16, no. 4 Feb / Mar 1976 volume 16, no. 6 __________________________________________ BOX 30 Surfer Magazine Jun / Jul 1976 volume 17, no. 2 - Aug / Sept 1976 volume 17, no. 3 Jan 1977 volume 17, no. 5 - Mar 1977 volume 17, no. 6 Nov 1977 volume 18, no. 4 - Jan 1978 volume 18, no. 5 Jan 1979 volume 20, no. 1 Mar 1979 volume 20, no. 3 - July 1979 volume 20, no. 7 Sep 1979 volume 20, no. 9 - Dec 1979 volume 20, no. 12 Jan 1980 volume 21, no. 1 - Sep 1980 volume 21, no. 9 __________________________________________ BOX 31 Surfer Magazine Oct 1980 volume 21, no. 10 - Oct 1982 volume 23, no. 10 __________________________________________ BOX 32 Surfer Magazine Nov 1982 volume 23, no. 11 - Nov 1984 volume 25, no. 11 __________________________________________ BOX 33 Surfer Magazine Dec 1984 volume 25, no. 12 - Dec 1986 volume 27, no. 12 __________________________________________ BOX 34 Surfer Magazine Jan 1987 volume 28, no. 1 - May 1988 volume 29, no. 5 __________________________________________ BOX 35 Surfer Magazine Jun 1988 volume 29, no. 6 - Oct 1989 volume 30, no. 10 __________________________________________ BOX 36 Surfer Magazine Nov 1989 volume 30, no. 11 - Jun 1991 volume 32, no. 6 __________________________________________ BOX 37 Surfer Magazine Jul 1991 volume 32, no. 7 - Aug 1993 volume 34, no. 8 __________________________________________ BOX 38 Surfer Magazine Sep 1993 volume 34, no. 9 - Aug 1995 volume 36, no. 8 __________________________________________ BOX 39 Surfer Magazine Sep 1995 volume 36, no. 9 - Sep 1996 volume 37, no. 9 Nov 1996 volume 37, no. 11 - Apr 1997 volume 38, no. 4 __________________________________________ BOX 40 Surfer Magazine May 1997 volume 38, no. 5 - Sep 1997 volume 38, no. 9 Nov 1997 volume 38, no. 11 - Sep 1998 volume 39, no. 9 Nov 1998 volume 39, no. 11 - Dec 1998 volume 39, no. 12 __________________________________________ BOX 41 Surfer Magazine Jan 1999 volume 40, no. 1 - Sep 1999 volume 40, no. 9 Nov 1999 volume 40, no. 11 - May 2000 volume 41, no. 5 __________________________________________ BOX 42 Surfer Magazine Jun 2000 volume 41, no. 6 - Sep 2000 volume 41, no. 9 Nov 2000 volume 41, no. 11 - Sept 2001 volume 42, no. 9 Nov 2001 volume 42, no. 11 - autumn 2001 volume 42, no. 13 __________________________________________ BOX 43 Surfer Magazine Jan 2002 volume 43, no. 1 - July 2002 volume 43, no. 8 Sep 2002 volume 43, no. 10 - Jan 2003 volume 44, no. 1 May 2003 volume 43, no. 44, no. 5 Mar 2004 volume 45, no. 3 Mar 2005 volume 46, no. 3 Mar 2006 volume 47, no. 3 __________________________________________ BOX 44 Surfers (German) Jan 1995 Mar 1995 Jan 1996 - Feb 1996 Jan 1997 - Feb 1997 Apr 1997 - May 1997 Jan 1998 - Mar 1998 Jan 1999 - Feb 1999 __________________________________________ BOX 45 Surfers (German) Mar 1999 - Jun 1999 Jan 2000 - Feb 2000 May 2000 - Jun 2000 Jan 2001 - May 2001 Jan 2002 _________________________________________ BOX 46 Surfing Magazne's BodyBoarding May 1985 special edition, no. 1 - July 1985 special edition, no. 2 Apr / May 1987 volume 3, no. 1 - Jun / Jul 1987 volume 3, no. 2 Feb / Mar 1988 volume 4, no. 1 Feb / Mar 1990 volume 6, no. 1 - Jun / Jul 1990 volume 6, no. 3 Sep 1990 volume 6, no. 5 - Oct / Nov 1990 volume 6, no. 6 Apr / May 1991 volume 7, no. 2 Aug 1991 volume 7, no. 5 Summer 1992 Gear Guide Apr 1996 volume 11, no. 1 Aug 1996 volume 11, no. 3 Oct 1998 volume 13, no. 7 __________________________________________ BOX 47 Surfshot 2003 volume 1, no. 3 - 2003 volume 1, no. 6 Feb. 2004 volume 2, no. 2 - Apr. 2004 volume 2, no. 4 June 2004 volume 2, no. 6 Aug. 2004 volume 2, no. 8 - Nov. 2004 volume 2, no. 11 Jan. 2005 volume 3, no. 1 - Mar. 2005 volume 3, no. 3 May 2005 volume 3, no. 5 - Jul 2005 volume 3, no. 7 Sep 2005 volume 3, no. 9 Dec 2005 volume 3, no. 12 - Mar 2006 volume 4, no. 3 May 2006 volume 4, no. 5 ___________________________________________ BOX 48 Surfshot Sep 2006 volume 4, no. 9 - Oct 2006 volume 4, no. 10 Dec 2006 volume 4, no. 12 - Jan 2006 volume 5, no. 1 ___________________________________________ BOX 49 Trip Surf (France) Sep / Oct 1995 no. 8 - Oct / Nov 1995 no. 9 May 1996 no. 11 - Oct 1996 no. 16 Apr 1997 no. 19 Jul 1997 no. 21 - Oct 1997 no. 24 Mar 1998 no. 27 - Jul 1998 no. 30 Sep 1998 no. 32 ___________________________________________