The LGHS presents its free lecture series HISTORY ALIVE April 6th, 2023
Alexander D. Bevi
Search for the Missing 1922 Aviators
Please join us at the Lee House Cultural Center on April 6th at 7:00 pm to hear gripping story of the 1922 plane crash on Japacha Ridge in the Anza Borrego Desert
Award winning historian and preservationist Alexander D. Bevil will use historic photographs and maps to reveal a forgotten monument to America’s military aviation history in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park’s modern history: the search for missing U.S. Army aviators.
Mr. Alexander D. Bevil, is a graduate of San Diego State University, with a Bachelor’s degree in History. Before, during, and after his 20-year tenure as a California State Parks Historian, he had worked diligently trying to save historic resources both in and outside of the California State Parks system.
History Alive is a free Lecture Series presented by the Lemon Grove Historical Society. Lectures are held at the Lee House Cultural Center on the 1st Thursday of the month. Lee House is located at 3205 Olive St. in the Treganza Heritage Park where there is ample, well-lit parking. History Alive is suitable for ages 16 and over.
While you are at the lecture please consider joining the Lemon Grove Historical Society as a Member. For a few dollars a year you can support your community as well as add to your own personal knowledge of local history. For membership info, follow this link.
For more information on History Alive and other LGHS events, follow this link to our Events Page