CALIFORNIA CHESS PERIODICALS

by Kerry Lawless

     While there are many chess collectors who specialize in magazines, bulletins, and newsletters, very few specialize in periodicals from a particular geographical region. For those who do, the history related to the publications is a major reward. But most regional chess periodicals have a very small print run. That, coupled with the fact that such periodicals are commonly thrown out within a year, means that they must find a home with a 'packrat' or collector in order to survive their first decade. Even then, they aren't always safe. When the collector dies, and the issues are offered to some local bookstore, the magazines are usually refused (unless they are bound), after which they are generally discarded, lost forever. All in all, that means that regional magazines and their collectors lead a rough life. This is unfortunate, since chess periodicals, even more than chess columns, represent one of the best forums for local chess history. It is my conviction that my generation owes future generations as accurate a history of California chess as possible. I encourage anyone who can to add to our body of knowledge to do so!

A famous person once said that it takes a village to write an article on chess magazines...or something like that. In any case, I would like to thank Leighton Allen, Andy Ansel, Gordon Barrett, Alan Benson, John Blackstone, Roger E. Blaine, John Hillery, Jim Hurt, Richard 'S' Lee, Thomas F. Maser, John P. McCumiskey, Martin E. Morrison, Calvin Olson, Erik Osbun, Jack Peters, Hans Poschmann, Richard Shorman, and Ted Yudacufski. Special thanks go to Mechanics' Institute Chess Room Director John Donaldson.

California chess periodicals can be divided into three periods: the pre-WW2 (1850 through 1941), the post-WW2 (1946 through 1971), and the Robert Fischer boom and post-Fischer boom (1972 to the present).

The pre-WW2 period is largely unknown. The Western American Chess and Checker Bulletin, The Chess Reporter, the Capital City Chess Club Bulletin, and the Western Chess Chronicles are the only pre-WW2 periodicals that our local California chess historians know about. Undoubtedly, more are waiting to be found. Besides the many clubs and organizations that could have published newsletters or bulletins during California's first century, there are two events that could have brought out magazines: former (unofficial) World Champion Pierre Charles Fournie De Saint-Amant came to San Francisco as the French Consul in 1851; and Paul Morphy won the (unofficial) world championship from Professor Adolf Anderssen in 1858 and sparked chess interest to Fischer-like levels. The post-WW2 period was characterized by change...both in ratings and titles. Each league and club had its own rating system, which was reflected in their periodicals. It wasn't until Fischer won the world championship that the USCF rating became the only rating system for non-professional players. After the Bobby Fischer match for the world chess championship, chess interest caused the number of monthly periodicals to increase. Unfortunately, the Fischer boom is long gone. That, coupled with increasingly online-only publications, is causing a dip in the number of California chess periodicals.



Definitions:

Magazine = a commercial periodical with issue numbers and/or a date.
Bulletin = a periodical published by an organization with issue numbers and possibly a date.
Newsletter = a printed report or letter (8.5x11 inches), circulated periodically, that has a date.



Abbreviations:

(?) = do not know if periodical was published
(??) = unsure of exact publication date
CC = chess club
CL = Chess Life
CL1 = Listed in "A Catalogue of U.S. Chess Publications" by Martin E. Morrison (CL, January 1973).
CL2 = Listed in the USCF 1974 Yearbook (September 1973).
CL3 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 31, N 8 (August 1976).
CL4 = Listed in the USCF 1977 Yearbook (September 1976).
CL5 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 31, N 12 (December 1976).
CL6 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 32, N 4 (April 1977).
CL7 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 32, N 8 (August 1977).
CL8 = Listed in the USCF 1978 Yearbook (September 1977).
CL9 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 32, N 12 (December 1977).
CL10 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 33, N 4 (April 1978).
CL11 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and Columns", CL V 33, N 8 (August 1978).
CL12 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and State Publications", CL V 34, N 4 (April 1979).
CL13 = Listed in "Chess Magazines and State Publications", CL V 34, N 8 (August 1979).
CL14 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 35, N 2 (February 1980). (MP shows V 25).
CL15 = Listed in "State Publications", CL V 35, N 3 (March 1980).
CL16 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 35, N 4 (April 1980).
CL17 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 35, N 5 (June 1980).
CL18 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 35, N 10 (November 1980).
CL19 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 36, N 3 (March 1981).
CL20 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 36, N 7 (August 1981).
CL21 = Listed in "The Reference Shelf Updates", CL V 36, N 9 (September 1981).
CL22 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 36, N 11 (November 1981).
CL23 = Listed in "The Reference Shelf Updates", CL V 37, N 1 (January 1982).
CL24 = Listed in "The Reference Shelf Updates", CL V 37, N 2 (February 1982).
CL25 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 37, N 3 (March 1982).
CL26 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 37, N 5 (May 1982).
CL27 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 37, N 8 (August 1982).
CL28 = Listed in "The Reference Shelf Updates", CL V 37, N 9 (September 1982).
CL29 = Listed in "Reference Shelf Updates", CL V 37, N 11 (November 1982).
CL30 = Listed in "Chess Journalists: A. Magazines", CL V 38, N 4 (April 1983).
CL31 = Listed in "Chess Publications", CL V 39, N 4 (April 1984).
CL32 = Listed in "Chess Publications - New and Old", CL V 7, N 21 (July 5, 1953)
CL33 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 8, N 6 (November 20, 1953)
CL34 = Listed in "Chess Magazines", CL V 8, N 7 (December 5, 1953)
CL35 = Listed in "US Chess Publications by Martin Morrison",Scacchic Voice(August-September 1969)
LA = Los Angeles
MP = misprint
N = number
SF = San Francisco
V = volume
P = page(s)



1,001 KNIGHTS tales from the SDCC...
(See ONE THOUSAND AND ONE KNIGHTS - TALES FROM THE SDCC...)

65th SQUARE, THE (1987)
(Published by the Northern California Chess Association in Oakland)

Editor: Andrew Lazarus (Oakland 1987)

Number 1: October 1987

ARTESIA CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1976-1978)
(Published in Cerritos)

Editor: Jim Smith (Cerritos 1976)
Editor: June Koen (Cerritos 1976)

April 1976
May 1976
September-October 1976
June 1978

Listed in CL3, CL4, CL5, CL6, CL7, CL9 & CL10.

BABY ORANGUTAN (1977)
(Published in Anaheim)

Editor: Mike Sanchez (Anaheim 1977)

Listed in CL6, CL7, CL9 & CL10.

BCC BULLETIN, THE (1999)
(Published by the Berkeley CC in Berkeley)

Editor: David Goldfarb (Berkeley 1999)

Number 16: October 22, 1999
Number 114: September 28, 2001

BERKELEY BABBLE, THE (1996-1998)
("Unofficially" published by the Berkeley CC in Berkeley)

Editor: Bill Conrad

Volume 1, Number 2: January 1997
Special BCC Championship Issue Number 1: March 27, 1998
Special BCC Championship Issue Number 2: April 24, 1998 (Don't know if it was ever published.)
November 1998

BERKELEY CHESS CLUB (1995-1999)
(Published by the Berkeley CC in Berkeley)

Editor: Kurt Jacobs (Berkeley 1996)

In issue 134, Kurt thanks Keith Mehl and the Livermore Chess Club for helping to publish the newsletter.

May 3, 1996
May 10, 1996
May 17, 1996
Number 44: August 9, 1996
Number 45: August 16, 1996
Number 53: October 11, 1996
Number 54: October 18, 1996

BERKELEY CHESS CLUB changed its name to THE BERKELEY CHESS CLUB BULLETIN.

Number 114: December 12, 1997
Number 115: December 19, 1997
Number 116: December 26, 1997
Number 123: February 13, 1998
Number 129: March 27, 1998

THE BERKELEY CHESS CLUB BULLETIN changed its name to NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER.

Volume 1, Number 134: May 1, 1998
Volume 1, Number 135: May 8, 1998
Volume 1, Number 136: May 15, 1998
Volume 1, Number 145: July 17, 1998
Volume 1, Number 146: July 24, 1998
Volume 1, Number 147: July 31, 1998
Volume 1, Number 148: August 7, 1998
Volume 1, Number 152: September 4, 1998
Volume 1, Number 153: September 11, 1998
Volume 1, Number 157: 3rd Anniversary Edition 1998
Volume 1, Number 162: November 13, 1998
Volume 1, Number 163: November 20, 1998
Volume 1, Number 164: November 27, 1998
Volume 1, Number 165: December 4, 1998
Volume 1, Number 166: December 11, 1998
Volume 1, Number 167: December 18, 1998
Christmas 1998
Volume 1, Number 169: Happy New Year! 1999
Volume 1, Number 170: January 8, 1999
Volume 1, Number 171: January 15, 1999
Volume 1, Number 172: January 22, 1999

BERKELEY CHESS SCHOOL NEWSLETTER, THE (1998-2008)
(Published in Berkeley)

Fall 1998
Winter 1999
Summer 2008
Fall 2008

BISD Newsletter (1977)
(Published bi-monthly in San Diego; "Chess News of clubs and tournaments in Baja California, Imperial and San Diego counties.")

Editor: Patrick Mullen (San Diego 1977)

Number 33: July 1977

Listed in CL6, CL7, CL8, CL9 & CL10.

BLITZ CHESS (1988-2003)
(Published in Berkeley)

Editor-in-Chief: Walter Browne (Berkeley 1988)

International magazine that had enough California content to justify its inclusion.

Volume 1, Number 1: May-June 1988
Volume 1, Number 2: July-August 1988
Volume 1, Number 3: September-October 1988
Volume 1, Number 4: November-December 1988
Volume 1, Number 5: January-February 1989
Volume 1, Number 6: March-April 1989
Volume 2, Number 1: May-June 1989
Volume 2, Number 2: July-August 1989
Volume 2, Number 3: September-October 1989
Volume 2, Number 4: January 1990 (magazine format became larger)
Volume 2, Number 5: April 1990
Volume 2, Number 6: July 1990
Volume 3, Number 1: October 1990
Volume 3, Number 2: January 1991
Volume 3, Number 3: April-June 1991
Volume 3, Number 4: July-September 1991
Volume 3, Number 5: October-December 1991
Volume 3, Number 6: January-March 1992
Volume 4, Number 1: April-June 1992
Volume 4, Number 2: July-September 1992
Volume 4, Number 3: October-December 1992
Volume 5, Number 1: January-March 1993
Volume 5, Number 2: April-June 1993
Volume 5, Number 3: July-September 1993
Volume 5, Number 4: October-December 1993
Volume 6, Number 1: January-March 1994
Volume 6, Number 2: April-June 1994
Volume 6, Number 3: July-September 1994
Volume 6, Number 4: October-December 1994
Volume 7, Number 1: January-March 1995
Volume 7, Number 2: April-June 1995
Volume 7, Number 3: July-September 1995
Volume 7, Number 4: October-December 1995
Volume 8, Number 1: January-March 1996
Volume 8, Number 2: April-June 1996
Volume 8, Number 3: July-September 1996
Volume 8, Number 4: October-December 1996
Volume 9, Number 1: January-March 1997
Volume 9, Number 2: April-June 1997
Volume 9, Number 3: July-September 1997
Volume 9, Number 4: October-December 1997
Volume 10, Number 1: January-March 1998
Volume 10, Number 2/3: April-September 1998
Volume 10, Number 4: October-December 1998
Volume 11, Number 1: January-March 1999
Volume 11, Number 2: April-June 1999
Volume 11, Number 3: July-September 1999
Volume 12, Number 1: Spring 2000
Volume 12, Number 2: Summer 2000
Volume 12, Number 3: Fall 2000
Volume 12, Number 4: Winter 2001
Volume 13, Number 1: Spring 2001
Volume 13, Number 2: Summer 2001
Volume 13, Number 3/4: Fall-Winter 2001-2002
Volume 14, Number 1: Spring-Summer 2002
Volume 14, Number 2/3: Fall-Winter 2002-2003
Volume 14, Number 4: Spring-Summer 2003

BURLINGAME CHESS CLUB GAME OF THE WEEK (1991)
(Newsletter published for the Burlingame CC)

Editor: Frisco Del Rosario (San Mateo 1991)

January 31, 1991
February 14, 1991
February 21, 1991
March 1, 1991
April 11, 1991
April 18, 1991
April 25, 1991
May 16, 1991
May 30, 1991

BURLINGAME CHESS MATE, THE (1986)
(Newsletter published for the Burlingame CC)

Editor: Arthur L. Braden (Burlingame 1986)

Volume 1, Number 1: June 5, 1986

BURLINGAME - SAN MATEO CHESS NEWS (1978)
(Newsletter published for the Burlingame-San Mateo CC)

Editor: Wilfred G. Goodwin

Number 1: January 1978
Number 2: February 1978
Number 3: March 1978
Number 4: April 1978

BURLING-GAMES (1976)
(Newsletter Published in Burlingame for the San Mateo-Burlingame CC)

Editor: Roger E. Blaine (Pacifica 1976)
Editor: Alan Becker (October 1976) - (Information courtesy of Roger E. Blaine)
Listed in CL6 & CL7 (as Roger E. Blaine - editor).

Volume 1, Number 1: March 11, 1976
Volume 1, Number 2: May 27, 1976
Volume 1, Number 3: September 9, 1976
Volume 2, Number 2: May 1977

CALENDAR OF CHESS EVENTS, THE (1960-1965)
(Published annually by the Southern California Chess League in Whittier)

Secretary: Steve Rains (Temple City 1965)
Publicity Director: Gordon Barrett (LA 1965)

Number 6: 1965

CALIFORNIA CHESS JOURNAL (1986-2004)
(Published in Fremont)

Editor: Hans Poschmann (Fremont 1986)
Editor: Peter Yu (Published by the UC Berkeley CC January 1989)
Editor-in-Chief: Peter Yu (Berkeley April 1990)
Editor-in-Chief: Carolyn Withgitt (Hayward October 1991)
Editor-in-Chief: Eric Schiller (El Granada October 1994)
Editor: James Eade (SF March 1995)
Editor: Allan Fifield (Oakland Autumn 1996)
Editor: Frisco Del Rosario (San Mateo January 2001)
Editor: Eric Hicks (SF April 1, 2004)
Editor: Frisco Del Rosario (San Mateo Spring 2010)

The issue Volume 7, Number 1 underwent a date correction from December-January to January-February.

Volume 1, Number 1: October 1986
Volume 1, Number 2: November 1986
Volume 1, Number 3: December 1986
Volume 1, Number 4: January 1987
Volume 1, Number 5: February 1987
Volume 1, Number 6: March 1987
Volume 1, Number 7: April 1987
Volume 1, Number 8: May 1987
Volume 1, Number 9: June 1987
Volume 1, Number 10: July 1987 (MP shows June)
Volume 1, Number 11: August 1987
Volume 1, Number 12: September 1987
Volume 1, Number 13: October 1987
Volume 1, Number 14: November 1987
Volume 1, Number 15: December 1987
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1988
Volume 2, Number 2: February-March 1988 (MP shows 1987)
Volume 2, Number 3: May-June 1988 (MP shows Number 2)
Volume 2, Number 4: July 1988
Volume 3, Number 1: January 1989
Volume 3, Number 2: February 1989
Volume 3, Number 3: March 1989
Volume 3, Number 4: April 1989
Volume 3, Number 5: May 1989
Volume 3, Number 6: June 1989
Volume 3, Number 7: July 1989
Volume 3, Number 8: August-September 1989
Volume 3, Number 9: December 1989-January 1990
Volume 4, Number 1: February-March 1990
Volume 4, Number 2: April-May 1990
Volume 4, Number 3: June-July 1990
Volume 4, Number 4: August-September 1990
Volume 4, Number 5: October-November 1990
Volume 4, Number 6: December 1990 - January 1991
Volume 5, Number 1: February-March 1991
Volume 5, Number 2: April-May 1991 (Published in Berkeley)
Volume 5, Number 3: June-July 1991 (Published in Hayward)
Volume 5, Number 4: August-September 1991
Volume 5, Number 5: October-November 1991
Volume 5, Number 6: December 1991-January 1992
Volume 6, Number 1: February-March 1992
Volume 6, Number 2: April-May 1992
Volume 6, Number 3: June-July 1992
Volume 6, Number 4: August-September 1992
Volume 6, Number 5: October-November 1992
Volume 7, Number 1: January-February 1993
Volume 7, Number 2: March-April 1993
Volume 7, Number 3: June-July 1993
Volume 7, Number 4: August-September 1993
Volume 7, Number 5: October-November 1993 (MP: shows Number 4)
Volume 8, Number 1: January-February 1994
Volume 8, Number 2: April-May 1994
Volume 8, Number 3: August-September 1994
Volume 9, Number 1: October-November 1994
Volume 9, Number 2: January-February 1995
Volume 9, Number 3: March-April 1995
Volume 9, Number 4: May-June 1995
Volume 10, Number 1: Autumn 1995
Volume 10, Number 2: Winter 1996
Volume 10, Number 3: Spring 1996
Volume 10, Number 4: Summer 1996
Volume 11, Number 1: Autumn 1996
Volume 11, Number 2: Winter 1997
Volume 11, Number 3: Spring 1997
Volume 11, Number 4: Summer 1997
Volume 12, Number 1: Spring 1998
Volume 12, Number 2: Summer 1998
Volume 12, Number 3: Autumn 1998
Volume 13, Number 1: Winter 1999
Volume 13, Number 2: Spring 1999
Volume 13, Number 3: Summer 1999
Volume 13, Number 4: Autumn 1999
Volume 14, Number 1: Winter 2000
Volume 14, Number 2: Spring 2000
Volume 14, Number 3: Summer 2000 (Visalia)
Volume 15, Number 1: January-February 2001
Volume 15, Number 2: March-April 2001
Volume 15, Number 3: May-June 2001
Volume 15, Number 4: July-August 2001
Volume 15, Number 5: September-October 2001
Volume 15, Number 6: November-December 2001
Volume 16, Number 1: January-February 2002
Volume 16, Number 2: March-April 2002
Volume 16, Number 3: May-June 2002
Volume 16, Number 4: July-August 2002
Volume 16, Number 5: September-October 2002
Volume 16, Number 6: November-December 2002 (intentional MP - cover shows September-October 1916)
Volume 17, Number 1: January-February 2003
Volume 17, Number 2: March-April 2003
Volume 17, Number 3: May-June 2003
Volume 17, Number 4: July-August 2003
Volume 17, Number 5-6: September-December 2003
Volume 18, Number 1: April 1, 2004 (MP: shows Volume 20, Number 2)
Volume 18, Number 2: August 2004 (MP: shows Volume 20)
Spring 2010 (Low print demo for CalChess consideration)

CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWS (1947-1950)
(Published by George Koltanowski in Santa Rosa)

Editor: George Koltanowski (Santa Rosa November 1947)
Editor: R. D. Taylor (V 1, N 10,1948)
Editor: George Koltanowski (February 1949)
Editor: George Koltanowski (January 1950)
Editor-in-Chief: Phyllis Seidkin (February 1950)
Senior Editor: George Koltanowski (February 1950)

In Volume 2 the newsletter became a magazine.

Volume 1, Number 1: November 1947
Volume 1, Number 2: January 1948
Volume 1, Number 3: March 1948
Volume 1, Number 4: April 1948
Volume 1, Number 5: May 1948
Volume 1, Number 6-7: June-July 1948
Volume 1, Number 8: 1948
Volume 1, Number 9: 1948
Volume 1, Number 10: 1948
Volume 1, Number 11: 1948
Volume 1, Number 12: 1948
Volume 2, Number 1: 1949
Volume 2, Number 2: February 1949
Volume 2, Number 3: March 1949
Volume 2, Number 4: April 1949
Volume 2, Number 5: May 1949
Volume 2, Number 6: July 1949
Volume 2, Number 7: August 1949
Volume 2, Number 8: September 1949
Volume 2, Number 9: November 1949
Volume 2, Number 10: December 1949

CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWS was renamed CHESS DIGEST.

Volume 3, Number 1: January 1950
Volume 3, Number 2: February 1950
Volume 3, Number 3: March 1950
Volume 3, Number 4: April 1950
Volume 3, Number 5: May 1950
Volume 3, Number 6: July 1950
Volume 3, Number 7: August 1950
Volume 3, Number 8: September 1950
Volume 3, Number 9: November 1950
Volume 3, Number 10: December 1950

CALIFORNIA CHESS REPORTER, THE (1951-1976)
(Published by the Northern California Chess Association)

Editor: Dr. H. J. Ralston (June 1951)
Editor: Guthrie McClain (October 1953)
Editors: Guthrie McClain & Robert E. Burger (July 1971)

With the inauguration of volume two, June 1952, the magazine became the Official Organ of the California State Chess Federation.

Volume 1, Number 1, June 1951
Volume 1, Number 2, July 1951
Volume 1, Number 3, July 1951
Volume 1, Number 4: October 1951
Volume 1, Number 5: November 1951
Volume 1, Number 6: December 1951
Volume 1, Number 7: February 1952
Volume 1, Number 8: March 1952
Volume 1, Number 9: April 1952
Volume 1, Number 10: May 1952
Volume 2, Number 1: June 1952
Volume 2, Number 2: July 1952
Volume 2, Number 3: September 1952
Volume 2, Number 4: November 1952
Volume 2, Number 5: December 1952
Volume 2, Number 6: January-February 1953
Volume 2, Number 7: March 1953
Volume 2, Number 8: April 1953
Volume 2, Number 9: May 1953
Volume 2, Number 10: June 1953
Volume 3, Number 1: September 1953
Volume 3, Number 2: October 1953
Volume 3, Number 3: November 1953
Volume 3, Number 4, December 1953
Volume 3, Number 5: January 1954
Volume 3, Number 6: February 1954
Volume 3, Number 7: March-April 1954
Volume 3, Number 8: May 1954
Volume 3, Number 9: June 1954
Volume 3, Number 10: July 1954
Volume 4, Number 1: August 1954
Volume 4, Number 2: September 1954
Volume 4, Number 3: November 1954
Volume 4, Number 4: December 1954
Volume 4, Number 5: January 1955
Volume 4, Number 6: February 1955
Volume 4, Number 7: March 1955
Volume 4, Number 8: April 1955
Volume 4, Number 9: May 1955
Volume 4, Number 10: June 1955
Volume 5, Number 1: July 1955
SPECIAL BULLETIN: August 1955
Volume 5, Number 2: September 1955
Volume 5, Number 3: October 1955
Volume 5, Number 4: December 1955
Volume 5, Number 5: January 1956
Volume 5, Number 6: February 1956
Volume 5, Number 7: March 1956
Volume 5, Number 8: April 1956
Volume 5, Number 9: May 1956
Volume 5, Number 10: June 1956
Volume 6, Number 1: August 1956
Volume 6, Number 2: September 1956
Volume 6, Number 3: October 1956
Volume 6, Number 4: November 1956
Volume 6, Number 5: December 1956
Volume 6, Number 6: February 1957
Volume 6, Number 7: March 1957
Volume 6, Number 8: April 1957
Volume 6, Number 9: May 1957
Volume 6, Number 10: June 1957
Volume 7, Number 1: July 1957
Volume 7, Number 2: September 1957
Volume 7, Number 3: November 1957
Volume 7, Number 4: December 1957
Special Bulletin-Supplement to Chess Life: December 20, 1957
Special Bulletin: (different cover - same contents - no date)
Volume 7, Number 5: January 1958
Volume 7, Number 6: February 1958
Volume 7, Number 7-8: March-April 1958
Volume 7, Number 9: May 1958
Volume 7, Number 10: June 1958
Volume 8, Number 1: August 1958
Volume 8, Number 2: September 1958
Volume 8, Number 3: October 1958
Volume 8, Number 4: December 1958
Volume 8, Number 5-6: January-February 1959
Volume 8, Number 7: March 1959
Volume 8, Number 8: April 1959
Volume 8, Number 9: May 1959
Volume 8, Number 10: June 1959
Volume 9, Number 1-2: August-September 1959
Volume 9, Number 3-4: October-November 1959
Volume 9, Number 5-6: January-February 1960
Volume 9, Number 7-8: March-April 1960
Volume 9, Number 9-10: May-June 1960
Volume 10, Number 1-2: August-September 1960
Volume 10, Number 3: October 1960
Volume 10, Number 4-5: November-December 1960
Volume 10, Number 6-7: February-March 1961
Volume 10, Number 8-9: April-May 1961
Volume 10, Number 10: June 1961
Volume 11, Number 1-2: August-September 1961 (MP numbering and date!)
Special Supplement, U.S. Open Bulletins, Volume 11, Number 1-2: August-September 1961 (MP numbering and date!)
Volume 11, Number 2: September 1961
Volume 11, Number 3: November 1961
Volume 11, Number 4: December 1961
Volume 11, Number 5: February 1962
Volume 11, Number 6: April 1962
Volume 11, Number 7: May 1962
Volume 11, Number 8: June 1962
Volume 12, Number 1: July 1962
Volume 12, Number 2: September 1962
Volume 12, Number 3: November 1962
Volume 12, Number 4: December 1962
Volume 12, Number 5: February 1963
Volume 12, Number 6: April 1963
Volume 12, Number 7: May 1963
Volume 12, Number 8: June 1963
Volume 13, Number 1: July 1963
Volume 13, Number 2: September 1963
Volume 13, Number 3: November 1963
Volume 13, Number 4: December 1963
Volume 13, Number 5: February 1964
Volume 13, Number 6: April 1964
Volume 13, Number 7: May 1964
Volume 13, Number 8: June 1964
Volume 14, Number 1: July 1964
Volume 14, Number 2: September 1964
Volume 14, Number 3: November 1964
Volume 14, Number 4: December 1964
Volume 14, Number 5: February 1965
Volume 14, Number 6: April 1965
Volume 14, Number 7: May 1965
Volume 14, Number 8: June 1965
Volume 15, Number 1: July-August 1965
Volume 15, Number 2: September-October 1965
Volume 15, Number 3: November-December 1965
Volume 15, Number 4: January-February 1966
Volume 15, Number 5: March-April 1966
Volume 15, Number 6: May-June 1966
Volume 16, Number 1: July-August 1966
Volume 16, Number 2: September-October 1966
Volume 16, Number 3: November-December 1966
Volume 16, Number 4: January-February 1967
Volume 16, Number 5: March-April 1967
Volume 16, Number 6: May-June 1967
Volume 17, Number 1: July-August 1967
Volume 17, Number 2: September-October 1967
Volume 17, Number 3: November-December 1967
Volume 17, Number 4: January-February 1968
Volume 17, Number 5: March-April 1968
Volume 17, Number 6: May-June 1968
Volume 18, Number 1: July-August 1968
Volume 18, Number 2: September-October 1968
Volume 18, Number 3: November-December 1968
Volume 18, Number 4: January-February 1969
Volume 18, Number 5: March-April 1969
Volume 18, Number 6: May-June 1969
Volume 19, Number 1: July-August 1969
Volume 19, Number 2: September-October 1969
Volume 19, Number 3: November-December 1969
Volume 19, Number 4: January-February 1970
Volume 19, Number 5: March-April 1970
Volume 19, Number 6: May-June 1970
Volume 20, Number 1: July-August 1970
Volume 20, Number 2: September-October 1970
Volume 20, Number 3: November-December 1970
Volume 20, Number 4: January-February 1971
Volume 20, Number 5: March-April 1971
Volume 20, Number 6: May-June 1971
Volume 21, Number 1: July-August 1971
Volume 21, Number 2: September-October 1971
Volume 21, Number 3: November-December 1971
Volume 21, Number 4: January-February 1972
Volume 21, Number 5: March-April 1972
Volume 21, Number 6: May-June 1972
Volume 22, Number 1: July-August 1972
Volume 22, Number 2: September-October 1972
Volume 22, Number 3: November-December 1972
Volume 22, Number 4: January-February 1973
Volume 22, Number 5: March-April 1973
Volume 22, Number 6: May-June 1973
Volume 23, Number 1: July-August 1973
Volume 23, Number 2: September-October 1973
Volume 23, Number 3: November-December 1973
Volume 23, Number 4: January-February 1974
Volume 23, Number 5: March-April 1974
Volume 23, Number 6: May-June 1974
Volume 24, Number 1: July-August 1974
Volume 24, Number 2: September-October 1974
Volume 24, Number 3: November-December 1974
Volume 24, Number 4: January-February 1975
Volume 24, Number 5: March-April 1975
Volume 24, Number 6: May-June 1975
Volume 25, Number 1: July-August 1975
Volume 25, Number 2: September-October 1975
Volume 25, Number 3: November-December 1975
Volume 25, Number 4: January-February 1976
Volume 25, Number 5: March-April 1976
Volume 25, Number 6: May-June 1976

CALIFORNIA CHESS TOURNAMENT BULLETIN (1972)

(Published monthly in San Francisco)

Editor: Steve Sawyer

Number 1: January 1972
Number 2: February 1972
Number 3: March 1972

CAPITAL CITY CHESS CLUB BULLETIN (1935-1941)
(Published in Sacramento by the Capital City CC)

July-August-September 1935
October-November-December 1935
January-February-March 1936
April-May-June 1936
July 1936 (CAPITAL CITY CHESS CLUB QUARTERLY BULLETIN on front cover)
October 1936 (CAPITAL CITY CHESS CLUB on front cover)
October 7, 1941 (CAPITAL CITY CHESS & CHECKER CLUB BULLETIN on front cover)

CCCL NEWSLETTER (1956-1958)
(Published in Stockton by the Central California Chess League)

Editor: R. Leigh (Stockton 1956)

Number 1: October 14, 1956
Number 2: December 11, 1956
Number 3: January 30, 1957
Number 4: February 15, 1957
Number 5: March 4, 1957
Number 6: April 2, 1957
Number 7: June 4, 1957
Number 8: September 4, 1957
Number 9: September 27, 1957
Number 10: November 1, 1957
Number 11: November 25, 1957
Number 12: December 25, 1957
Number 13: January 27, 1958
Number 14: February 7, 1958
Number 15: February 28, 1958
Number 16: April 4, 1958 (final issue)

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS LEAGUE (1964)
(Published by the Central California Chess League)

Volume 1, Number 5: 1964

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS LEAGUE changed its name to CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS LEAGUE NEWSLETTER.

Volume 4, Number 6: 1966

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS LEAGUE NEWS (1958-1959)
(Published in Sacramento by the Central California Chess League)

Editor: Neil T. Austin (Sacramento 1958)

Number 2
Number 3
Number 4

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS VOICE, THE
(See SCACCIC VOICE, THE)

CERRITOS CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1975)
(Pubished in Cerritos)

Editor: Mike Henebry

This information comes courtesy of Andy Ansel.

July 1975

CHESQUIRE (1961)
(Bulletin published by the Herman Steiner CC)

Editor: Lina Grumette

Volume 1, Number 4: November 1961

CHESS BRIEFS (1976-1978)
(Published in Bakersfield)

Editors: Tom Carter & Allan Fifeld (Bakersfield 1976)
Editor: Allan Fifeld (Bakersfield 1977)

Listed in CL4, CL5, CL6, CL7, CL9, CL10, CL11 & CL12.

CHESS CALENDAR (1972)
(Published bimonthly in Sanger)

Editor: William A. Myers (Sanger 1972)

Listed in CL1.

CHESS CHRONICLE (1978)
(Published in San Diego)

Editor: Patrick Mullen (San Diego 1978-1982)

Listed in CL11, CL12, CL13, CL14, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL25, CL26 & CL27.

CHESS CLUB NEWS! (1998-2000)
(Published by the Adult and Youth Chess Club of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa)

Editor: Peter Brett (Santa Rosa 1998)

Information obtained from (http://free.prohosting.com/~ccsc/) . V2N4 had a circulation of 130. V3N1 & V3N2 had circulations of 150.

Volume 1, Number 1: February 1998
Volume 1, Number 2: June 1998
Volume 1, Number 3: August 1998
Volume 1, Number 4: December 1998
Volume 2, Number 1: June 1999
Volume 2, Number 2: August 1999
Volume 2, Number 4: November 1999
Volume 3, Number 1: February 2000
Volume 3, Number 2: July 2000

CHESS DIGEST
(See CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWS)

CHESS DIM SUM (1991)
(Newsletter published for Berkeley CC)

Editor: Alan Glasscoe

April/May 1991

CHESS IN ACTION (1953-1970)
(Founded by George Koltanowski and published by the Chess Friends of Northern California)

Editor(s): Robert Burger, Valdemars Zemitis & Charles T. McGinley (August 1953)
Editor: Jim Reynolds (1955-56)
Assistant Editor: Mrs. Shirley Beck (May-June 1957
Editor: John E. Almond (January-February 1959)
Editor: Robert P. McClary (June 1962)
Editor: Earl R. (Dick) Phillips (Summer 1966)
Editor (acting): Jim Hurt (Fall 1969)
Editors (acting): Jim Hurt & Richard 'S' Lee & Raymond Ng (Winter 1969)
Editors: Richard 'S' Lee & Raymond Ng (Winter 1970)

(CL32)

August 1953
November 1953
September 1954
August-September 1956
October-November-December 1956
February-March 1957
May-June 1957
July-August 1957
September-October 1957
January-February 1958
March-April 1958
July-August 1958
January-February 1959
March-April 1959
May-June 1959
July-August 1959
January-February 1960
March-April 1960
May-June 1960
July-August 1960
September-October 1960
January-February 1961
March-April 1961
May-June 1961
February-March 1962
June-July 1962
Winter 1962
Spring 1963
Summer-Autumn 1963
Spring 1964
Summer 1964
Autumn 1964
Winter 1964
Volume 14, Number 1: Spring 1965
Volume 14, Number 2: Summer 1965
Volume 14, Number 3: Autumn 1965
Volume 14, Number 4: Winter 1965
Spring 1966 (newsletter)
Summer 1966
Fall 1966
Winter 1966
Spring 1967
Summer 1967
Fall 1967
Winter 1967
Spring 1968
Summer 1968
Fall 1968
Winter 1968
Spring 1969
Summer 1969
Fall 1969
Winter 1969
Spring 1970
Summer 1970
Winter 1970

CHESS IN THE SCHOOLS (1993)
(Newsletter published by the Berkeley Chess in the Schools Program)

Editor: Elizabeth Shaughnessy

Winter 1993

CHESS-MATES (1988)
(Published by the Santa Monica Chess Club)

Volume 5, Number 1: February 1988
Volume 5, Number 2: April 1988

CHESS NEWSETTE
(See NEWSETTE)

CHESS NUTS (1955-1957)
(Mimeographed magazine published in San Quentin State Prison)

Editors: David Hensen, Montie Carter, Fred Carstens, & John Nolte.
Honorary Editor: George Koltanowski (1957)

Andy Ansel adds the following information: December 1955 is the second issue (based on the editorial)l; July 1956 was dedicated to Kolty and was 1st Anniversary issue. (And from an Andy Ansel letter to "Chess Notes" by Edward Winter) Each was is 24-30 pages long, and the contents included reports on activities within the prison chess club, some opening articles, simultaneous games by Konig, Koltanowski and McClain and some historical games, mostly by Koltanowski.

November 1955
December 1955
January 1956
February 1956
March, 1956
April, 1956
May, 1956
June 1956
July 1956
August 1956
September 1956
November 1956
December 1956
February 1957
March 1957

CHESS PALACE NEWS (1992-1993)
(Published in Long Beach)

Editor: Charles Rostedt (Long Beach 1993)

Number 2: January-February 1993

CHESS REPORTER, THE (Chess Journal of the Pacific West) (1931-37)
(Published in Beverly Hills)

Editor: Henry MacMahon (Beverly Hills 1931)

Henry MacMahon was a very enthusiastic chess promoter. From the first issue of The Chess Reporter magazine on, he stressed that he wanted to create a Southern California chess scene with a thriving league of clubs (held together by his magazine. His plans coalesced into the Pasadena International Chess Congress (scheduled for August 1932) in the December 1931 issue.

Volume 1, Number 1: April 1931
Volume 1, Number 2: June 1931
Volume 1, Number 3: August 1931
Volume 1, Number 4: October 1931
Volume 1, Number 5: December 1931
Volume 1, Number 6: February 1932
Volume 2, Number 7: April 1932
Volume 2, Number 8: June 1932
Volume 2, Number 9: July 1932
Volume 2, Number 10: August 1932
Number 11: September 1932
Number 12: October 1932
Number 13: December 1932

THE CHESS REPORTER was renamed THE NORTH AMERICAN CHESS REPORTER.

Volume 2, Number 14: January 1933
Volume 2, Number 15: February-March 1933
Volume 3, Number 16: April 1933
Volume 3, Number 17: June 1933
Volume 3, Number 18: July-August 1933
Volume 3, Number 19: September 1933
Volume 3, Number 20: October-November 1933
Volume 3, Number 21: December 1933

THE NORTH AMERICAN CHESS REPORTER was renamed the NORTH AMERICAN CORRESPONDENCE CHESS LEAGUE.

Volume 4, Number 22: March 1934
Volume 4, Number 23: May 1934
Volume 4, Number 24: July 1934
Volume 4, Number 25: September 1934
Volume 5, Number 26: November 1934
Volume 5, Number 27: January 1935
Volume 5, Number 28: March 1935
Volume 6, Number 29: May 1935
Volume 6, Number 30: July 1935
Volume 7, Number 31: September 1935
' Volume 7, Number 32: November 1935
Volume 7, Number 33: January 1936
Volume 7, Number 34: March 1936
Volume 7, Number 35: May 1936
Volume 7, Number 36: July 1936
Volume 8, Number 38: September 1936
Volume 8, Number 38a: November 1936
Volume 8, Number 39: January 1937
Volume 8, Number 40: March 1937
Volume 8, Number 41: August 1937

CHESS TIME (1967)

(Published by the Santa Monica Bay CC)

Editor: Joseph Mill Brown

Number 1: March 1967

COSMO BULLETIN (1953)

(Published Semi-monthly in Los Angeles)

Editor: Charles Edward Gray

CL34

COSMOPOLITAN CHESS CLUB BULLETIN (1948-1955)

(Published monthly by the Cosmopolitan CC in Echo Park)

Issue 1: October 1948

Information comes from The California Chess Reporter, Special Edition, August 1955.

DAVIS CHESS NEWS (1969-1973)
(Published monthly in Davis)

Editor: Sergius von Oettingen (Davis 1969)

Listed in CL1 & CL35.

DER SCHACHSPIELER (1982)
(Published in El Toro)

Editor: Mel Eason (El Toro 1982)

Listed in CL29 & CL30.

EAST BAY CHESS CLUB: NEWSLETTER (2005)
(Published by the East Bay CC in Oakland)

Number 15: July 20, 2005

EN PASSANT (1964-1971)
(Published by the Oakland CC in Oakland)

Editors: Martin E. Morrison & Elwin C. Meyers, Jr. (Oakland 1964)
Editor: Craig Barnes (Oakland Fall 1970)

The En Passant motto was "The Official Newspaper for the Oakland Central YMCA Chess Club." On May-June 1966, Volume 2, Number 9-10, proclaimed, "The Official Oakland Chess Club Newspaper and The Voice of Chess for the East Bay." On September 1966. Volume 3, Number 1, the En Passant motto became, "The Voice of Chess for the East Bay Chess Association." The issue, Volume 4, Number 7: March 1968, became a magazine. Issue Volume 4-5, Number 12-1: August-September 1968 changed into a folded over one page bulletin and its slogan reverted back to, "The Official Newspaper of the Oakland Chess Club". With the Fall 1970 issue, the periodical reverted back to a newsletter when Craig Barnes became the Editor.

Volume 1, Number 11: July 1965
Volume 1, Number 12: August 1965
Volume 2, Number 1: September 1965
Volume 2, Number 3: November 1965
Volume 2, Number 4: December 1965
Volume 2, Number 5: January 1966
Volume 2, Number 8: April 1966
Volume 2, Number 9-10: May-June 1966
Volume 2, Number 11: July 1966 (MP: shows Volume 1)
Volume 3, Number 1: September 1966
Volume 3, Number 2: October 1966
Volume 3, Number 3: November 1966
Volume 3, Number 4: December 1966
Volume 3, Number 5: January 1967 (MP: shows 1966)
Volume 3, Number 6: February 1967
Volume 3, Number 7: March 1967
Volume 3, Number 8: April 1967
Volume 3, Number 9: May 1967 (MP: shows Number 7)
Volume 3, Number 10: June 1967
Volume 3, Number 11: July 1967
Volume 3, Number 12: August 1967
Volume 4, Number 1: September 1967
Volume 4, Number 2: October 1967
Volume 4, Number 3-4: November-December 1967
Volume 4, Number 5: January 1968
Volume 4, Number 6: February 1968 (MP: shows 1967)
Volume 4, Number 7: March 1968
Volume 4, Number 8: April 1968
Volume 4, Number 9-11: July 1968
Volume 4-5, Number 12-1: August-September 1968
Fall 1970
Number 2: February 1971

FREMONT CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1972-1985)
(Published in Fremont)

Editor: Hans Poschmann (Fremont December 1972)
Editor: Dave Brooks (Fremont April-May 1973)
Editor: Dave Mostardi (Newark August 1976)
Editor: Bob Rosen (Fremont December 1976)
Editor: Randy L. Fong (Hayward April 1977)
Editor: Randy L. Fong & Hans Poschmann (Fremont December 1977)
Editor: Hans Poschmann (Fremont June 1981)
Editor: Dan McDaniel (Fremont July 1982)

Listed in CL3, CL5, CL6, CL7, CL9, CL10, CL11, CL12, CL13, CL14, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL25, CL26 & CL27. In the June 1981 issue, Hans Poschmann said that the last previous issue was dated December 1978.

December 1972
February 1973
April-May 1973
June-July 1973
August- September 1973
October-November 1973
May 1977
June 1981
July 1982
August-September 1982
September 1982
October 1982
November 1982
December 1982
January 1983
February 1983
March 1983
April 1983, FOOL
April 1983
May 1983
June 1983
July 1983
August 1983
September 1983
October 1983
November 1983
December 1983
January 1984
February 1984
March 1984
April 1984
May 1984
June 1984
July 1984 (1)
July 1984 (2)
August 1984
September 1984
October 1984
November 1984
December 1984
January 1985
February 1985
March 1985

FRESNO CHESS CLUB ((2007-2009)

(Published by the Fresno CC in Fresno)

Editor: Dr. Kurt Ellis (Fresno 2007)

Volume 1, Number 1; September 12, 2007
Volume 1, Number 2; February 25, 2008
Volume 1, Number 3; June 9, 2008
Volume 1, Number 4; September 23, 2008
Volume 2, Number 1; April 28, 2009

GAMBIT (1973)
(Published by Del Monte Corporation in SF)

Editor: John Curliano (SF 1973)

Listed in CL2.

GAMBIT (1975)

(Published by "The Collection CC" in Orange)

Editor: Robert Hobbs (Orange 1975)

March 1975
April 1975
May 1975
June/July 1975
November 1975

GAMBIT (1995-1996)
(Published by the Lone Publishing Company in Martinez)

Editor: Loal Davis (Livermore 1995)

October 1995
November 1995
December 1995
January 1996
February 1996
March 1996
April 1996
May 1996
June 1996
July 1996
August 1996
September 1996
October 1996
November 1996
December 1996

GAMBIT, THE (1970-1971)
(Published by the Monterey Peninsula CC)

Editor: Bill Kennedy (Monterey 1970)

Sponsored by the Monterey Recreation Department.

Volume 1, Number 1: June 1970
Volume 1, Number 4: September 1970
Volume 1, Number 6: November 1970
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1971

 

GAMBIT ON GAMES (1976)
(Published by the Gambit Game Store in Berkeley)

Editors: Robert Hamilton & Gary Grady (Berkeley 1976)

This was a magazine devote to all the games that the Gambit Game Store sold. It has enough local chess news to warrant its inclusion in this list.

Volume 1, Number 1: 1976

GOLDEN GATE CHESS NEWS LOCAL EDITION (1991-1992)
(Published in San Francisco)

Editor: James Eade (SF 1991)

Volume 1, Number 1: October 1991
Volume 1, Number 2: November 1991
Volume 1, Number 3: December 1991
Volume 1, Number 4: January 1992
Volume 1, Number 5: February 1992
Volume 1, Number 6: March-April 1992
Volume 1, Number 7: May-June 1992
Volume 1, Number 8: July-August 1992
Special Edition (Golden Gate Fide Challenge): July 1992
Local Edition Final: November 1992

GREEN AND GOLD KNIGHT, THE (1931)
(Newsette published by the University of San Francisco CC)

Editor: Chess Club Secretary Aldwell (San Francisco 1931)

(Information from The Chess Reporter, June 1931)

HAYWARD CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1985)
(Published by the Hayward CC)

Editor: Ray Schutt (Hayward 1985)

Number 1: December 16, 1985

HERMAN STEINER CHESS GROUP NEWS (1956)
(Published by the Herman Steiner Chess Group)

Editor: Don E. Maron (Beverly Hills 1956)
Editor: Lena Grumette (LA November 1956)

Volume 1, Number 1: January, 1956
Volume 1, Number 4; Memorial Issue: December, 1956

HOPKINS + MISSION CHESS (1996)
(Published by the Hopkins Junior High School CC in Fremont)

Volume 1, Number 1: November 1, 1996

KERES WEEKLY NEWSLETTER (1956)
(Published by the Keres CC of SF)

Editor: Lowell Tullis

In a letter, dated April 21, 1956, to Lowell Tullis, Jim Reynolds wrote, "May I compliment you on your first edition of the 'Keres WEEKLY NEWSLETTER'."

KING'S KORNER (1976)
(Published in Sherman Oaks)

Editor: David J. Slechta (Sherman Oaks 1976)

Listed in CL3, CL4, CL5 & CL6.

KINGS & QUEENS
(Newsletter published by the California Youth Chess League in Valencia)

May-August, 2005

KOLTANOWSKI'S CHESS ANNUAL (1955)
(Published yearly in San Francisco)

Editor: George Koltanowski (San Francisco 1955)

From the preface to the thick pamphlet, "The present book, the first of an annual series, represents the fulfillment of the author's long-standing ambition to provide a comprehensive annual chess review for the English-speaking player. We are indebted to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Vallejo Times-Herald and the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat for permission to reprint certain items that first appeared in these newspapers."

(1st Annual): 1955

KOLTY'S NOTES (1957)
(Published in San Francisco)

Editor: George Koltanowski (San Francisco 1957)

Number 1: March 1957

LATVIAN CORRESPONDENCE CHESS & LATVIAN GAMBIT (1998-2004)
(Published by Val Zemitis in Davis)

Honorary Editor: Elmars Zemgalis (Seattle, Washington)
Technical Editor: John Donaldson (Seattle, Washington)

Number 1: January-February 1998
Number 2: March-April 1998
Number 3: May-June 1998
Number 4: July-August 1998
Number 5: September-October 1998
Number 6: November-December 1998
Number 1: January-February 1999
Number 2: March-April 1999
Number 3: May-June 1999
Number 4: July-August 1999
Number 5: September-October 1999
Number 6: November-December 1999
Number 1: January-February 2000
Number 2: March-April 2000
Number 3: May-June 2000
Number 4: July-August 2000
Number 5: September-October 2000
Number 6: November-December 2000
Number 1: January-February 2001
Number 2: March-April 2001
Number 3: May-June 2001
Number 4: July-August 2001
Number 5: September-October 2001
Number 6: November-December 2001

LATVIAN CORRESPONDENCE CHESS & LATVIAN GAMBIT changed its name to LATVIJAS SAHA VESTNESIS (periodical language changed from English to Latvian)

Number 1: January 2002
Number 2: February 2002
Number 3: March 2002
Number 4: April 2002
Number 5: May 2002
Number 6: June 2002
Number 7: July 2002
Number 8: August (MP shows September) 2002
Number 9: September 2002
Number 10: October 2002
Number 11: November 2002
Number 12: December 2002
Number 1: January/February 2003
Number 2: March/April 2003
Number 3: May/June 2003
Number 4: July-August 2003
Number 5: September-October 2003
Number 6: November/December 2003
Number 1: January/February 2004
Number 2: March/April 2004
Number 3: May/June 2004
Number 4: July/August 2004
Number 5: September/October 2004

LERA CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1982-1983)
(Published by the Lera CC in Sunnyvale)

President: Ken Stone (Sunnyvale 1982)
Secty/Treas: Jim Hurt (Sunnyvale 1982)

June 14, 1982
September 10, 1982
November 10, 1982
March 3, 1983
April 28, 1983
August 20, 1983

THE LIGHTNING BULLETIN (2000)
(Published in Foster City)

Editor: Steve Cohen (Foster City 2000)

Volume 1, Issue 2: Summer, 2000

MIDNIGHT KIBITZER (2004-2006)
(Published in Hollywood)

Editor: Lola J. Nunn (Hollywood 2004)

Volume 1, Issue 4: Saturday, December 18, 2004
Volume 3, Issue 1: Wednesday, May 17, 2006

MONTEREY PENINSULA CHESS CLUB (1968)
(Published by the Monterey Peninsula CC in Monterey)

Editor: Bill Kennedy (Monterey 1968)

The newsletter was "Sponsored by the Monterey Recreation Department."

Volume 1, Number 1: January 1968
Volume 1, Number 2: February 1968
Volume 1, Number 5: May 1968

NCCA REPORT (1987-1994)
(Published by Northern California Chess Association in Hayward)

Editor: Andy Lazarus/Max Grober (Berkeley 1987)
Editor: Tom Dorsch (Hayward 1990)

September 5, 1987
August 1990
September 1990

NCCA Report changed its name to CalChess Report. At the same time, apparently, the NCCA changed its name to CalChess.

October 1990
January 1991
February 1991
March 1991
April 1991
May 1991
Volume 2, Number 6: June 1991
Volume 2, Number 7: October 1991
Volume 2, Number 9: November 1991
Volume 3, Number 1: January 1992
Volume 3, Number 2: March 1992
Volume 3, Number 4: July 1992
Volume 3, Number 5: August 1992
Volume 3, Number 6: September 1992
Volume 4, Number 1: January 1993
Volume 4, Number 2: April 1993
Volume 4, Number 4: December 1993
Volume 5, Number 1: February 1994
USCF Election Edition: ?

NEW MOVE (1975-1977)
(Published in Hollywood)

Editor: Lina Grumette (Hollywood 1974)

Listed in CL6, CL7, CL8 & CL9.

Volume 1, Number 1: January 1974
Volume 1, Number 2: March 1974
Volume 1, Number 3: May 1974
Volume 1, Number 4: July 1974
Volume 1, Number 5: October 1974
Volume 1, Number 6: March 1975
Volume 1, Number 7: June 1975
Volume 1, Number 10: November 1975

NEWS BULLETIN (1954)
(Published by the Los Angeles County Chess League in LA)

Editorial Board Members: George Comroe (LA), Ralph Hagedorn (Sun Valley) & Irving Rivise (LA)

Kashdan column in the LA Times said that the first issue was due around May 1, 1954 and copies were available by writing to him (through the column.) Mentioned in 'Chess Review', September 1954: " "In these hectic times," comments the News Bulletin of the Los Angeles County Chess League, "relaxation is as much a necessity of life as food, clothing and shelter."

Volume 1, Number 3: July 1954

NEWSETTE (1972-1973)
(Published by the West Covina CC in La Puente)

Editor: David C. Argall (La Puente 1972)

Listed in CL1, CL2 (Listed as CHESS NEWSETTE). Probably become SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSETTE starting in 1974 (see SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSETTE).

NEWSLETTER-REGION 12 ICLA (1976-1977)
(Published in San Luis Obispo by the California Polytechnic State University)

Editor: George M. Lewis (San Luis Obispo 1976)

Listed in CL3, CL5, CL6, CL7, CL9 & CL10.

NORTH AMERICAN CHESS REPORTER, THE
(See CHESS REPORTER, THE)

NORTH AMERICAN CORRESPONDENCE CHESS LEAGUE
(See CHESS REPORTER, THE)

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER
(See BERKELEY CHESS CLUB BULLETIN, THE)

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS UPDATE (1984-1985)
(Published by the Yuba-Sutter Chess Association in Marysville)

Editor: Leon Taylor (Marysville 1984)

February 1984 (called Yuba.Sutter Chess Update)
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1985
Volume 2, Number 2: February 1985
Volume 2, Number 3: March 1985 (MP shows Number 2)
Volume 2, Number 5: June 1985
Volume 2, Number 8: September 1985

OAKLAND YMCA CHESS BULLETIN
(See YMCA CHESS BULLETIN)

ONE THOUSAND AND ONE KNIGHTS - TALES FROM THE SDCC... (1988-1991)
(Bulletin published by the San Diego CC in San Diego)

Editor: Cy Lakdawala (San Diego 1988)

August 1988

ONE THOUSAND AND ONE KNIGHTS - TALES FROM THE SDCC... was renamed 1,001 KNIGHTS tales from the SDCC...

December 1990
February 1991
April 1991
June 1991

OPEN FILE (1985-1987)
(Published by the Redwood Empire Chess Association in Rohnert Park)

Editor: Keith Halonen (Rohnert Park 1987)

Volume 3, Number 1: July 1987
Volume 3, Number 2: Winter 1987

OPENINGS FOR FRESNO CHESS CLUB.PLAYERS (1986)
(Newsletter published in Fresno)

Editor: Phil Smith (Fresno 1986)

Number 1, September 29, 1986
Number 2, October, 6, 1986
Number 6, November 3, 1986
Number 7, November 10, 1986
Number 8, November 17, 1986
Number 9, November 24, 1986
Number 10, December 1, 1986
Number 11, December 8, 1986
Number 12, December 9, 1986

ORANGE COUNTY CHESS INFORMANT (1978)
(Published in Garden Grove)

Editor: Robert M. Snyder (Garden Grove 1978)
Listed in CL11.

ORANGE KNIGHT (1974-1985)
(Published in Anaheim by the Orange County Chess Association)

Editor: Richard Hiatt (Garden Grove 1974)
Editor: Dewain Barber (Anaheim 1976)
Editor: Ed Labate (Anaheim December 1981)
Editor: Calvin Olson (Anaheim March 1982)
Editor: Dewain Barber (Anaheim 1987)

Listed in CL3, CL4, CL5, CL7, CL9, CL10, CL11, CL12, CL13, CL14, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL23, CL25, CL26, CL27, CL28, CL30 & CL31.

Volume 1, Number 1: April 1974
Volume 2, Number 2: November 1975
Volume 2, Number 3: January 1976
Volume 2, Number 4: April 1976
Volume 2, Number 5: June 1976
Volume 3, Number 1: September 1976
Volume 3, Number 2: November 1976
Volume 3, Number 3: January 1977
Volume 4, Number 1: September 1977
Volume 8, Number 1: March-April 1982
Volume 8, Number 2: May-June 1982
Volume 8, Number 3: July-October 1982
Volume 9, Number 1: 1983
Volume 9, Number 2: 1983
Volume 9, Number 3: 1984
Volume 9, Number 4: 1984
Volume 10, Number 1: 1984
Volume 10, Number 2: 1985
Volume 10, Number 3: 1985
Volume 11, Number 1: 1985
National Edition: May 1987

PACIFIC COAST CHESS HERALD
(See PRECITA VALLEY CHESS HERALD)

PALO ALTO CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1989)
(Published by the Palo Alto Recreation Department in Palo Alto)

Editors: Steve Farmer & Dave Korner (Palo Alto 1989)

Volume 1, Number 1: January 1, 1989
Volume 2, Number 1: January 12, 1990

PASADENA CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1980)
(Published in Pasadena)

July 27, 1980

PAWNPUSHER NEWSLETTER (1978-1982)
(Published in Carson)

Editor: Lorenzo York (Carson 1978)

Listed in CL10, CL11, CL12, CL13, CL14, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL25, CL26 & CL27.

PCA PROFESSIONAL CHESS ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER (1978-1981)
(Published by the PCA in Oakland)

Editor: Larry Melvyn Evans (Reno, NV 1978)
Editor: Max Burkett (Oakland 1978)

Listed in CL10, CL16, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL23, CL25, CL26 & CL27.

Volume 1, Number 1: January 1978 (Newsletter)
Volume 1, Number 2: Summer 1978
Volume 1, Number 3: Fall 1978
Volume 1, Number 4: Winter 1978-79
Volume 1, Yearbook: 1978
Volume 2, Number 1-2: 1980
Volume 2, Number 3-4: 1980
Volume 3, Number 1: 1981

PLAYERS CHESS NEWS (1981-1986)
(Newspaper published fortnightly by the Chess Players Association in LA)

Publisher: Rainer Rickford (Los Angeles 1981)
Technical Editor: Randall Hough
Managing Editor: W.C. Dannenmaier
Consulting Editor: Kent Smith
Editor-in-Chief: Larry Christiansen (1983)
Co-Editors: Larry Christiansen & James Tarjan (16Jan1984)
Editors: GM Larry Christiansen & Vince McCambridge (24Sep1984)
Editors: IM Vince McCambridge & IM John Donaldson. Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (14Jan85)
Editors: NM Matthew Beelby & IM John Donaldson. Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (10Jun85)
Editors: IM John Donaldson & Staff. Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (24Jun85)
Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (2Sep85)
Editors: IM Vince McCambridge & IM John Donaldson. Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (28Oct85)
Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (11Nov85)
Editor: Jeremy B. Silman. Consulting Editor: GM Larry Christiansen (23Dec85)

Number 0: May 20, 1981
Volume 1, Number 1: August 1, 1981
Volume 1, Number 2: August 15, 1981
Volume 1, Number 3: August 29, 1981
Volume 1, Number 4: September 11, 1981
Volume 1, Number 5: September 26, 1981
Volume 1, Number 6: October 10, 1981
Volume 1, Number 7: October 24, 1981
Volume 1, Number 8: November 7, 1981
Volume 1, Number 9: November 21, 1981
Volume 1, Number 10: December 10, 1981
Volume 1, Number 11: December 28, 1981
Volume 1, Number 12: January 11, 1982
Volume 1, Number 13: January 25, 1982
Volume 2, Number 1: February 8, 1982
Volume 2, Number 2: February 22, 1982
Volume 2, Number 3, Whole # 16: March 8, 1982
Volume 2, Number 4, Whole # 17: March 22, 1982
Volume 2, Number 5, Whole # 18: April 5, 1982
Volume 2, Number 6, Whole # 19: April 19, 1982
Volume 2, Number 7, Whole # 20: May 3, 1982
Volume 2, Number 8, Whole # 21: May 17, 1982
Volume 2, Number 9, Whole # 22: May 31, 1982
Volume 2, Number 10, Whole # 23: June 14, 1982
Volume 2, Number 11, Whole # 24: June 28, 1982
Volume 3, Number 1, Whole # 25: July 12, 1982
Volume 3, Number 2, Whole # 26: July 26, 1982
Volume 3, Number 3, Whole # 27: August 9, 1982
Volume 3, Number 4, Whole # 28: August 23, 1982
Volume 3, Number 5, Whole # 29: September 6, 1982
Volume 3, Number 6, Whole # 30: September 20, 1982
Volume 3, Number 7, Whole # 31: October 4, 1982
Volume 3, Number 8, Whole # 32: October 18, 1982
Volume 3, Number 9, Whole # 33: November 1, 1982
Volume 3, Number 10, Whole # 34: November 15, 1982
Volume 3, Number 11, Whole # 35: November 29, 1982
Volume 3, Number 12, Whole # 36: December 13, 1982
Volume 4, Number 1, Whole # 37: December 27, 1982

PLAYERS CHESS NEWS was renamed INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS CHESS NEWS.

Volume 4, Number 1, Whole # 38: January 10, 1983 (MP, started number sequence again)
Volume 4, Number 2: January 24, 1983 (MP, left out the whole #)
Volume 4, Number 3, Whole # 40: February 7, 1983
Volume 4, Number 4, Whole # 41: February 21, 1983
Volume 4, Number5, Whole # 42: March 7, 1983
Volume 4, Number 6, Whole # 43: March 21, 1983
Volume 4, Number 7, Whole # 44: April 4, 1983
Volume 4, Number 8, Whole # 45: April 18, 1983
Volume 4, Number 9, Whole # 46: May 2, 1983
Volume 4, Number 10, Whole # 47: May 16, 1983
Volume 4, Number 11, Whole # 48: May 30, 1983
Volume 4, Number 12, Whole # 49: June 13, 1983
Volume 5, Number 1, Whole # 50: June 27, 1983
Volume 5, Whole # 51: July 11, 1983 (MP, no issue number)
Volume 5, Number 2, Whole # 52: July 25, 1983
Volume 5, Number 3, Whole # 53: August 8
Volume 5, Number 4, Whole # 54: August 22, 1983
Volume 5, Number 5, Whole # 55: September 5, 1983
Volume 5, Number 6, Whole # 56: September 19, 1983
Volume 5, Number 7, Whole # 57: October 3
Volume 5, Number 8, Whole # 58: October 17, 1983
Volume 5, Number 9, Whole # 59: October 31, 1983
Volume 5, Number 10, Whole # 60: November 14, 1983
Volume 5, Number 11, Whole # 61: November 28
Volume 5, Number 12, Whole # 62: December 12, 1983
Volume 5, Number 13, Whole # 63: December 26, 1983
Volume 6, Number 2, Issue 1, Theory and Analysis: January 16, 1984
Volume 6, Number 4, Issue 2, Theory and Analysis: January 30, 1984
Volume 6, Number 6, Issue 3, Theory and Analysis: February 27, 1984
Volume 6, Number 10, Issue 5, Theory and Analysis: March 26, 1984
Volume 6, Number 11, Issue 6, Theory and Analysis: April 9, 1984
Volume 6, Number 13, Issue 7, Theory and Analysis: April 16, 1984
Volume 7, Number 2, Issue 8, Theory and Analysis: May 7, 1984 (MP, numbering)
Volume 6, Number 16, Issue 9, Theory and Analysis: May 21, 1984
Volume 6, Number 18, Issue 10, Theory and Analysis: June 4, 1984
Volume 6, Number 20, Issue 11, Theory and Analysis: June 18, 1984
Volume 6, Number 22, Issue 12, Theory and Analysis: July 2, 1984
Volume 6, Number 24, Issue 13, Theory and Analysis: July 16, 1984
Volume 7, Number 1, Issue 14, Theory and Analysis: July 30, 1984
Volume 7, Number 3, Issue 15, Theory and Analysis: August 13, 1984
Volume 7, Number 4, Issue 15, Theory and Analysis: September 13, 1984 (MP, numbering)
Volume 7, Number 5, Issue 16, Theory and Analysis: September 24, 1984 (MP, numbering)
Volume 7, Number 8, Issue 18, Theory and Analysis: October 8, 1984
Volume 7, Number 10, Issue 19, Theory and Analysis: October 22, 1984
Volume 7, Number 12, Issue 20, Theory and Analysis: November 5, 1984
Volume 7, Number 14, Issue 21, Theory and Analysis: November 19, 1984
Volume 7, Number 16, Issue 22, Theory and Analysis: December 3, 1984
Volume 7, Number 17, Issue 23, Theory and Analysis: December 17, 1984
Volume 8, Number 1, Issue 24, Theory and Analysis: December 31, 1984
Volume 8, Number 3, Issue 25, Theory and Analysis: January 14, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 5, # 26, Theory and Analysis: January 28, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 7, # 27, Theory and Analysis: February 11, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 9, # 28, Theory and Analysis: February 25, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 11, # 29, Theory and Analysis: March 11, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 13, # 30, Theory and Analysis: March 25, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 15, # 31, Theory and Analysis: April 15, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 19, # 33, Theory and Analysis: May 13, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 21, # 34, Theory and Analysis: May 27, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 23, # 35, Theory and Analysis: June 10, 1985
Volume 8, Issue 25, # 36, Theory and Analysis: June 24, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 1, # 37, Theory and Analysis: July 8, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 3, # 38, Theory and Analysis: July 22, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 5, # 39, Theory and Analysis: August 5, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 7, # 40, Theory and Analysis: August 19, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 9, # 41, Theory and Analysis: September 2, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 11, # 42, Theory and Analysis: September 16, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 13, # 43, Theory and Analysis: September 30, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 15, # 44, Theory and Analysis: October 14, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 17, # 45: October 28, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 19, # 46: November 11, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 21, # 47: November 25, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 25, # 49, Theory and Analysis: December 23, 1985
Volume 9, Issue 25, # 50, Theory and Analysis: January 13, 1986

PRECITA VALLEY CHESS CLUB BULLETIN (1956-1957)
(Newsletter published by the Precita Valley Chess Club in SF)

Editor: Jim Reynolds (SF 1956)

Thursday, August 30, 1956
December 6, 1956
Thursday, September 19, 1957

PRECITA VALLEY CHESS HERALD (1956-1959)
(Bulletin published by the Precita Valley Chess Club in SF)

Editor: Jim Reynolds (SF March 1956)
Editor-in-Chief: Jim Reynolds (SF March 1959)
Executive Editor: Robert A. Karch (Hayward March 1959)

Proclaiming themselves "A Weekly Chess News Bulletin", Jim's bulletin's came out every Thursday. The bulletin went monthly on September 1956.

Volume 1, Number 1: March 15, 1956
Volume 1, Number 2: March 22, 1956
Volume 1, Number 3: March 29, 1956
Volume 1, Number 4: April 5, 1956
Volume 1, Number 5: April 12, 1956
Volume 1, Number 6: April 19, 1956
Volume 1, Number 7: April 26, 1956
Volume 1, Number 8: May 3, 1956
Volume 1, Number 9: May 10, 1956
Volume 1, Number 10: May 17, 1956
Volume 1, Number 11: May 24, 1956
Volume 1, Number 12: May 31, 1956
Volume 1, Number 13: June 7, 1956
Volume 1, Number 14: June 14, 1956
Volume 1, Number 15: June 21, 1956
Volume 1, Number 16: June 28, 1956
Volume 1, Number 17: July 5, 1956
Volume 1, Number 18: July 12, 1956
Volume 1, Number 19: July 19, 1956
Volume 1, Number 20: July 26, 1956
Volume 1, Number 21: August 2, 1956
Volume 1, Number 22: August 9, 1956
Volume 1, Number 23: September 1956
Volume 1, Number 24: November 1956
Volume 1, Number 25: December 1956
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1957
Volume 2, Number 2: February 1957
Volume 2, Number 3: March 1957
Volume 2, Number 4: April 1957
Volume 2, Number 5: May 1957
Volume 2, Number 6: June 1957
Volume 2, Number 7: July 1957
Volume 2, Number 8: August 1957
Bulletin: Thursday, September 19, 1957
Volume 2, Number 9: September 1957
Volume 2, Number 10: October 1957
Volume 2, Number 11: November 1957
Volume 2, Number 12: December 1957
Volume 3, Number 1: January 1958
Volume 3, Number 2: February 1958
Volume 3, Number 3: March 1958
Volume 3, Number 4: April 1958
Volume 3, Number 5: May 1958
Volume 3, Number 7: July 1958
Volume 3, Number 8: August 1958
Volume 3, Number 9: September 1958
Volume 3, Number 10: October-November 1958

PRECITA VALLEY CHESS HERALD was renamed PACIFIC COAST CHESS HERALD.

Volume 3, Number 11: December 1958
Volume 4, Number 1: January 1959
Volume 4, Number 1 Supplementary Edition: January 1959 (West Coast ratings)
Volume 4, Number 2: February 1959
Volume 4, Number 3: March 1959
Volume 4, Number 4: April 1959 (with West Coast Ratings Supplement)
Volume 4, Number 5: May 1959
Volume 4, Number 6: June 1959
Volume 4, Number 7: July 1959 (with West Coast Ratings Supplement)

PRISONER'S CHESS INSTITUTE NEWSLETTER (1973)
(Published in Oakland)

Editor: Kenneth Fong (Oakland 1973)

September 1973

RANK & FILE (1977-2012)
(Published by the Southern California Chess Federation in LA)

Editor: Phil Chase (LA 1977)
Editor: Phil Chase/Gordon Brooks (LA April 1979)
Editor: Michael Falkenstein (El Segundo September 1981)
Editor: John Hillery (LA March 1983)
Editor: Al Pena/Jack Peters (November-December 1990)
Editor: Laura Becker (Glendale 1991)
Editor: Matt Beelby (Pasadena November-December 1992)
Editor-in-Chief: Gina Sanchez (Montery Park 1993)
Editor: Paul Cornelison (Pasadena July-August 1994)
Editor: Robert Escalante (??)
Editor: Sharon Ellen Burtman (Orange September-October 1997)
Editor: John Hillery (LA (March) 1999)
Editor: Lawrence Stevens (Pasadena (November-December) 2010)

Listed in CL11, CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL21, CL22, CL25, CL26, CL27 & CL30.

Volume 1, Number 1: June 1977
Volume 1, Number 2: August 1977
Volume 1, Number 3: October 1977
Volume 1, Number 4: December 1977
Volume 1, Number 5: February 1978
Volume 1, Number 6: April 1978
Volume 2, Number 1: June 1978
Volume 2, Number 2: August-September 1978
Volume 2, Number 3: October 1978
Volume 2, Number 4: December 1978
Volume 2, Number 5: February 1979
Volume 2, Number 6: April 1979
Volume 3, Number 1: June 1979
Volume 5, Number 2: March-April 1982
Volume 5, Number 3: July-August 1982
Volume 5, Number 5: September-October 1982
Volume 6, Number 1: January-February 1983
Volume 6, Number 3: May-June 1983
Volume 6, Number 4: July-August 1983
Volume 6, Number 5: September-October 1983
Volume 6, Number 6: November-December 1983
Volume 7, Number 1: January-February 1984
Volume 7, Number 2: March-April 1984
Volume 7, Number 3: May-June 1984
Volume 7, Number 4: July-August 1984
Volume 7, Number 5: September-October 1984
Volume 7, Number 6: November-December 1984
Volume 8, Number 1: January-February 1985
Volume 8, Number 2: March-April 1985
Volume 8, Number 3: May-June 1985
Volume 8, Number 4: July-August 1985
Volume 8, Number 5: September-October 1985
Volume 8, Number 6: November-December 1985
Volume 9, Number 1: January-February 1986 (MP shows 1985)
Volume 9, Number 2: March-April 1986
Volume 9, Number 3: May-June 1986
Volume 9, Number 4: July-August 1986
Volume 9, Number 5: September-October 1986
Volume 9, Number 6: November-December 1986
Volume 10, Number 1: January-February 1987
Volume 10, Number 2: March-April 1987
Volume 10, Number 3: May-June 1987
Volume 10, Number 4: July-August 1987
Volume 10, Number 5: September-October 1987
Volume 10, Number 6: November-December 1987
Volume 11, Number 1: January-February 1988
Volume 11, Number 2: March-April 1988
Volume 11, Number 3: May-June 1988
Volume 11, Number 4: July-August 1988
Volume 11, Number 5: September-October 1988
Volume 11, Number 6: November-December 1988
Volume 12, Number 1: January-February 1989
Volume 12, Number 2: March-April 1989
Volume 12, Number 3: May-June 1989
Volume 12, Number 4: July-August 1989
Volume 12, Number 5: September-October 1989
Volume 12, Number 6: November-December 1989
Volume 13, Number 1: January-February 1990
Volume 13, Number 2: March-April 1990
Volume 13, Number 3: May-June 1990
Volume 13, Number 4: July-August 1990
Volume 13, Number 5: September-October 1990
Volume 13, Number 6: November-December 1990
Volume 14, Number 1: January-February 1991
Volume 14, Number 2: March-April 1991
Volume 14, Number 3: May-June 1991
Volume 15, Number 1: January-February 1992
Volume 15, Number 2: March-April 1992
Volume 15, Number 3: May-June 1992
Volume 15, Number 4: July-August 1992
Volume 15, Number 5: September-October 1992
Volume 15, Number 6: November-December 1992
Volume 16, Number 1: January-February 1993 (MP shows 1992, doesn't show Vol. or No.)
Volume 16, Number 2: March-April 1993
Volume 16, Number 3: May-June 1993
Volume 16, Number 4: July-August 1993
Volume 16, Number 5: September-October 1993
Volume 16, Number 6: November-December 1993
Volume 17, Number 1: January-February 1994
Volume 17, Number 2: March-April 1994
Volume 17, Number 3: May-June 1994
Volume 17, Number 4: July-August 1994
Volume 18, Number 4: July-August 1995
Volume 18, Number 5: September-October 1995
Volume 19, Number 1: January-February 1996
Volume 19, Number 2: March-April 1996
Volume 19, Number 6: November-December 1996
Volume 20, Number 5: September-October 1997
Volume 20, Number 6: November-December 1997
Volume 21, Number 1: January-February 1998
Volume 21, Number 2: March-April 1998
Volume 21, Number 3: May-June 1998
Volume 21, Number 4: July-August 1998
Volume 21, Number 5: September-October 1998
Volume 21, Number 6: November-December 1998
Volume 22, Number 1: Spring 1999
Volume 22, Number 2: March-April 1999
Volume 22, Number 3: May-June 1999
Volume 22, Number 4: July-August 1999
Volume 22, Number 5: September-October 1999
Volume 22, Number 6: November-December 1999
Volume 23, Number 1: January-February 2000
Volume 23, Number 2: March-April 2000
Volume 23, Number 3: May-June 2000
Volume 23, Number 4: July-August 2000
Volume 23, Number 5: September-October 2000
Volume 23, Number 6: November-December 2000
Volume 24, Number 1: January-February 2001
Volume 24, Number 2: March-April 2001
Volume 24, Number 3: May-June 2001
Volume 24, Number 4: July-August 2001
Volume 24, Number 5: September-October 2001
Volume 24, Number 6: November-December 2001
Volume 25, Number 1: January-February 2002
Volume 25, Number 2: March-April 2002
Volume 25, Number 3: May-June 2002
Volume 25, Number 4: July-August 2002
Volume 25, Number 5: September-October 2002
Volume 25, Number 6: November-December 2002
Volume 26, Number 1: January-February 2003
Volume 26, Number 2: March-April 2003
Volume 26, Number 3: May-June 2003
Volume 26, Number 4: July-August 2003
Volume 26, Number 5: September-October 2003
Volume 26, Number 6: November-December 2003
Volume 27, Number 1: January-February 2004
Volume 27, Number 2: March-April 2004
Volume 27, Number 3: May-June 2004
Volume 27, Number 4: July-August 2004
Volume 27, Number 5: September-October 2004
Volume 27, Number 6: November-December 2004
Volume 28, Number 1: January-February 2005
Volume 28, Number 2: March-April 2005
Volume 28, Number 3: May-June 2005
Volume 28, Number 4: July-August 2005
Volume 28, Number 5: September-October 2005
Volume 28, Number 6: November-December 2005
Volume 29, Number 1: January-February 2006
Volume 29, Number 2: March-April 2006
Volume 29, Number 3: May-June 2006
Volume 29, Number 4: July-August 2006
Volume 29, Number 5: September-October 2006
Volume 29, Number 6: November-December 2006
Volume 30, Number 1: January-February 2007
Volume 30, Number 2: March-April 2007
Volume 30, Number 3: May-June 2007
Volume 30, Number 4: July-August 2007
Volume 30, Number 5: September-October 2007
Volume 30, Number 6: November-December 2007
Volume 31, Number 1: January-February 2008
Volume 31, Number 2: March-April 2008
Volume 31, Number 3: May-June 2008
Volume 31, Number 4: July-August 2008
Volume 31, Number 5: September-October 2008
Volume 31, Number 6: November-December 2008
Volume 32, Number 1: January-February 2009
Volume 32, Number 2: March-April 2009
Volume 33, Number 3: May-June 2009
Volume 33, Number 4: July-August 2009
Volume 33, Number 5: September-October 2009
Volume 33, Number 6: November-December 2009
Volume 34, Number 1: January-February 2010
Volume 34, Number 2: November-December 2010
Volume 35, Number 1: January-February 2011
Volume 35, Number 2: March-April 2011
Volume 35, Number 3: May-June 2011
Volume 35, Number 4: July-August 2011
Volume 35, Number 5: September-October 2011
Volume 35, Number 6: November-December 2011
Volume 36, Number 1: January-February 2012
Volume 36, Number 2: March-April 2012
Volume 36, Number 3: May-June-July 2012
Volume 36, Number 4: August-September-October 2012

RIO MESA CHESS JOURNAL (1976-1977)
(Published in Camarillo)

Editor: Stephen H. Wagner (Camarillo 1976)

Listed in CL4, CL5, CL6 (Listed as RIO MESA CHESS JOURNAL S. CAL CHESS GUIDE), CL7 (Listed as RIO MESA CHESS JOURNAL S. CAL CHESS GUIDE), CL9 & CL10.

SACRAMENTO CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (2003-2006)
(Published by the Sacramento CC in Sacramento)

Information from (http://stknchess.go.cc/).

January-May 2003
April-August 2003
September-December 2003
January-April 2004
April-August 2004
September-December 2004
January-April 2005
May-August 2005
September-December 2005
January-April 2006

SACRAMENTO CHESS INQUIRER (1981-1982)
(Published bimonthly in Sacramento)

Information obtained from Scott Gordon's article, The History of Chess in Sacramento".

SACRAMENTO CHESS NEWS (1950-1955)
(Published by the Central California Chess League in Sacramento)

Editor: J. B. Gee (Sacramento 1950)

This newsletter was the "Official Organ of the Central California Chess League".

Volume 1, Issue 1: February 25, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 2: March 14, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 3: March 25, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 4: April 9, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 5: April 30, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 6: May 17, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 7: June 4, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 8: June 19, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 9: July 30, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 10: August 12, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 11: August 26, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 12: September 10, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 13: September 24, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 14: October 22, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 15: November 4, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 16: November 25, 1950
Volume 1, Issue 17: December 25, 1950
Volume 2, Issue 1: January 27, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 2: March 22, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 3: April 7, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 4: April 28, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 5: May 25, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 6: June 15, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 7: July 15, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 8: August 22, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 9: September 22, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 10: October 14, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 11: November 10, 1951
Volume 2, Issue 12: December 16, 1951
Volume 3, Issue 1: January 17, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 2: March 22, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 3: April 12, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 4: May 2, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 5: May 24, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 6: July 20, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 7: August 22, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 8: September 22, 1952
Volume 3, Issue 9: November 5, 1952
Volume 4, Issue 1: February 1, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 2: March 21, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 3: April 6, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 4: May 20, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 5: June 21, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 6: August 30, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 7: September 24, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 8: November 6, 1953
Volume 4, Issue 9: November 30, 1953
Volume 5, Issue 1: January 14, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 2: March 20, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 3: April 28, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 4: July 28, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 5: September 26, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 6: October 20, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 7: November 3, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 8: November 22, 1954
Volume 5, Issue 9: December 16, 1954
Volume 6, Issue 1: April 22, 1955
Volume 6, Issue 2: May 7, 1955
Volume 6, Issue 3: July 7, 1955
Volume 6, Issue 4: September 24, 1955
Volume 6, Issue 5: November 24, 1955

SACRAMENTO CHESS NEWS (1988-1989)
(Published by the Sacramento CC in Sacramento)

Volume 1, Number 1: July, 1988

The SACRAMENTO CHESS NEWS changed its name to the SACRAMENTO CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER.

January 1989

SACRAMENTO CHESS OBSERVER (1975-1976)
(Published in Rancho Cordova)

Editor: Steven L. Markman, (Rancho Cordova 1976)

Volume 1, Number 1: November-December 1975
Volume 1, Number 2: April-June 1976
Volume 1, Number 3: July-September 1976
Volume 1, Number 4: October-December 1976

Listed in CL6.

SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN CHESS OBSERVER (1973-1974)
(Published quarterly in Sacramento)

Information obtained from Scott Gordon's article, The History of Chess in Sacramento. He says, (in 1974) "SMACO changes its name to CHESS OBSERVER".

SAN DIEGO CHESS TACTICIAN (1973-1974)
(Published by the Aztec Chess Association in San Diego)

Editor: Jim Woodward (San Diego 1973)

Volume 1, Number 5: December 1973

Information obtained from Jeremy and Gwen Silman.

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA CHESS LEAGUE (1963)
(Published by the SF Bay Area Chess League in San Francisco)

Tournament Director: Horst Bullwinkel (San Francisco 1963)

Bulletin 2: February 26, 1963

SAN JOSE CHESS CLUB (1974)
(Published by the San Jose CC in San Jose)

Editor: Tom Lyle (San Jose 1974)

"The San Jose Chess Bulletin. A Quarterly Magazine. Official Organ of the San Jose Chess Club."

February 1974
May 1974
August 1974

SAN JOSE CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1976-1978)
(Published by the San Jose CC in San Jose)

Editor: James Black (San Jose 1977)

Listed in CL6, CL7, CL9 & CL10.

Number 1: October 1976
Number 2: November 1976
Number 3: December 1976
Number 4: January 1977
Number 5: February 1977
Number 6: February 1977 (2)
Number 7: March 1977
Number 8: April 1977
Number 9: October 1977
July 1978

SAN JOSE YMCA CHESSCLUB CHESS NEWS! (1966)
(Published by the San Jose CC)

Secretary: Bert Mueller (San Jose 1966)

Number 1: September 20, 1966

SCACCHIC VOICE, THE
(See THE SCACCIC VOICE, THE)

SCACCIC VOICE, THE (1968-1985)
(Published in Oakland)

Editors: Martin Morrison & Elwin Meyers (Oakland May 1968)
Editor: Elwin Meyers (Oakland June 1973)
Editor: Marc McNown (Walnut Creek December 1973)
Editor: Edward J. Delgado (SF June 1974)
Editor: John H. Larkins (Oakland April 1975)
Editor: Richard E. Fauber (Sacramento October 1979)
Editor: Ramona W. Gordon (Sacramento August 1983)
Editor: Dan McDaniel (Fremont April 1985)

Slogan: "Central California's Chess News Magazine and Official Organ of the Central California Chess Association".

Volume 1, Number 1: May 1968
Volume 1, Number 2: June 1968
Volume 1, Number 3: July 1968
Volume 1, Number 4: August 1968

The SCACCIC VOICE changed its name to THE SCACCHIC VOICE.

Volume 1, Number 5-6: October 1968
Volume 1, Numbers 7-8: December 1968-January 1969
Volume 1, Numbers 9-10: February-March 1969
Volume 1, Numbers 11-12: April-May 1969
Volume 2, Numbers 2-3: June-July 1969 (missing issue number 1 - MP)
Volume 2, Numbers 4-5: August-September 1969
Volume 2, Numbers 6-7: October-November 1969
Volume 2, Numbers 8-9: December 1969-January 1970
Volume 2, Numbers 10-11: February-March 1970

The SCACCHIC VOICE changed its name to THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA CHESS VOICE.

Volume 3, Number 1: April-May 1970
Number 15: June-July 1970
Number 16: August-September 1970
Number 17: October-November 1970
Number 18: December 1970-January 1971
Number 19: February-March 1971
Number 20: April-May
Number 21: June-July 1971
Number 22: August-September 1971 (new larger size)
Number 23: October-November 1971
Number 24: December-January 1971
Number 25: February-March 1972
Number 26: April-May 1972
Number 27: June-July 1972
Number 28: August-September 1972
Number 29: October-November 1972
Number 30: December 1972-January 1973
Number 31: February-March 1973
Number 32: April-May 1973
Number 33: June-July 1973
Number 34: August-September 1973 (MP shows Number 33: June-July 1973)
Number 35: October-November 1973
Number 36: December 1973-January 1974
Number 37: February-March 1974
June-July 1974
September-October 1974
October-November 1974
December-January 1975
April-May 1975
Volume 8, Number 2: June-July 1975 (MP: shows Volume 5, Number 2: April-May 1975)
Volume 8, Number 3: August-September 1975
Volume 8, Number 4: October-November 1975
Volume 8, Number 5: December-January 1975-76
Volume 9, Number 1: February-March 1976 (Went to a larger (8.5" x 11") format)
Volume 9, Number 2: April-May 1976
Volume 9, Number 3: June-July 1976
Volume 9, Number 4: August-September 1976
Volume 9, Number 5: October-November 1976
Volume 9, Number 6: December-January 1976-77
Volume 10, Number 1: February-March 1977
Volume 10, Number 2: April-May 1977
Volume 10, Number 3: June-July 1977
Volume 10, Number 4: August-September 1977
Volume 10, Number 5: October-November 1977
Volume 10, Number 6: December-January 1977-78
Volume 11, Number 1: February-March 1978
Volume 11, Number 2: April-May 1978
Volume 11, Number 3: June-July 1978
Volume 11, Number 4: August-September 1978
Volume 11, Number 5: October-November 1978
Volume 11, Number 6: December-January 1978-79
Volume 12, Number 1: February-March 1979
Volume 12, Number 2: April-May 1979
Volume 12, Number 3-4: June-September 1979
Volume 12, Number 5-6: October-February 1979-80
Volume 13, Number 1: March-May 1980
Volume 13, Number 2: June-July 1980 (MP: shows Number 1 instead of Number 2)
Volume 13, Number 3: August-September 1980
Volume 13, Number 4: October-November 1980
Volume 13, Number 5: December-January 1980-1
Volume 13, Number 6: February-March
Volume 14, Number 1: April-May 1981
Volume 14, Number 2: June-July 1981
Volume 14, Number 3: August-November
Volume 14, Number 4: December-January
Volume 14, Number 5: February-March 1982
Volume 14, Number 6: April-May 1982
Volume 15, Number 1: June-July 1982
Volume 15, Number 2: August-September 1982
Volume 15, Number 3: October-November 1982
Volume 15, Number 4: December-January 1982-3
Volume 15, Number 5: February-March 1983 (MP: shows Volume 5 instead of Volume 15)
Volume 15, Number 6: April-May 1983
Volume 16, Number 1: June-July 1983
Volume 16, Number 2: August-September 1983
Volume 16, Number 3: October-November 1983
Volume 16, Number 4: December 1983 - January 1984
Volume 16, Number 5: February-March 1984 (MP: shows Number 3 instead of Number 5)
Volume 16, Number 6: April-May 1984
Volume 17, Number 1: June-July 1984
Volume 18, Number 1: April-May 1985
Volume 18, Number 2: June-July 1985
Volume 18, Number 3: August-September 1985

SCS DRAGON, THE (2004-2005)
(Published by the Success Chess School in Fremont)

Editor: Frisco Del Rosario (San Mateo 2004)

Volume 1, Number 1: Fall 2004
Volume 1, Number 2: Spring 2005

SIMI VALLEY CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER (1973)
(Published by the Simi Valley CC in Simi Valley)

Editor: Stanley E. Ring (Simi Valley 1973)

Listed in CL2.

SO. CALIF. CHAMPIONSHIP REPORT (1961)
(Published by the Steiner Chess Club in LA)

Director: Gordon Barrett

Number 2: September 17 1961
Number 3: September 24 1961
Number 4: October 4 1961
Number 7: October 29 1961
Number 8: 1961

SONOMA COUNTY CHESS NEWS (1975-1976)
(Newsletter published by the Editor for the Santa Rosa Junior College CC in Santa Rosa)

Editor: Roger Blaine (Santa Rosa Jan 1975)
Editor: Charles Noland (Santa Rosa October 1975)

Listed in CL3, CL5 & CL6.

Number 1: July 11, 1975
Number 2: August 1, 1975
Number 3: August 8, 1975
Number 4: August 29, 1975
Number 5: October 31, 1975
Number 6: January 10, 1976
Number 7: January 16, 1976
Number 8: February 27, 1976
Number 9: April 23, 1976

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSETTE (1974-1986)
(Published bi-monthly in La Puente)

Editor: David Argall (La Puente August 1976)

"...a total of 83 issues and 1600 pages. It covered Southern California chess news; from San Diego to mid-state, although primarily in the LA area. Circulation was 600 or so, and never reached 1000, tho it threatened to at times." - David Argall. "Devoted to who is doing what in local chess. Largest independent western chess periodical."

Probably a continuation of NEWSETTE/CHESS NEWSETTE (see NEWSETTE). Listed in CL3, CL5, CL6 (Listed as SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER), CL7 (Listed as SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER), CL9 (Listed as SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER), CL10 (Listed as SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER), CL11 (Listed as SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS NEWSLETTER), CL12, CL13, CL14, CL17, CL18, CL19, CL20, CL22, CL25, CL26, CL27, CL30 & CL31. This newsletter merged with Rank & File in 1986 (Information courtesy of John Hillery.)

Volume 1, Number 1: December 1974.
Volume 1, Number 4: April 1975
Volume 1, Number 5: June 1975
Volume 1, Number 8: October 1975
Volume 1, Number 9: December 1975
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1976
Volume 2, Number 2: March 1976
Volume 2, Number 3: April 1976
Volume 2, Number 4: June 1976
Volume 2, Number 5: July 1976
Volume 2, Number 6: September 1976
Volume 3, Number 1: January 1977
Volume 3, Number 2: March 1977
Volume 3, Number 3: April 1977
California Chess Reporter Memorial issue (wrong volume (2) number (5) & date (July 1976) on cover)
Volume 3, Number 6: September 1977
Volume 4, Number 1: February 1978
Volume 4, Number 2: March 1978
Volume 4, Number 3: May 1978
Volume 4, Number 4: June 1978
Volume 4, Number 5: August 1978
Volume 4, Number 6: September 1978
Volume 4, Number 7: November 1978
Volume 4, Number 8: December 1978
Volume 5, Number 1: January 1979 (has two dates on cover; the other being V4, N8, Dec78)
Volume 5, Number 2: March 1979
Volume 5, Number 3: May 1979
Volume 5, Number 4: June 1979
Volume 5, Number 5: August 1979
Volume 5, Number 6: September 1979
Volume 5, Number 7: November 1979
Volume 6, Number 1: February 1980
Volume 6, Number 4: June 1980
Volume 6, Number 5: August 1980
Volume 6, Number 7: November 1980
Volume 6, Number 8: December 1980
Volume 7, Number 1: February 1981
Volume 7, Number 5: August 1981
Volume 7, Number 6: September 1981
Volume 7, Number 7: November 1981
Volume 7, Number 8: December 1981
Volume 8, Number 2: March 1982
Volume 8, Number 3: May 1982
Volume 8, Number 4: June 1982
Volume 8, Number 5: August 1982
Volume 8, Number 6: September 1982
Volume 8, Number 7: November 1982
Volume 8, Number 8: December 1982
Volume 9, Number 1: February 1983
Volume 9, Number 2: March 1983
Volume 9, Number 3: May 1983
Volume 9, Number 4: June 1983
Volume 9, Number 6: September 1983
Volume 10, Number 4: June 1984
Volume 10, Number 5: August 1984
Volume 10, Number 8: December 1984
Volume 11, Number 2: March 1986
Volume 11, Number 3: May 1986

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS CLUB REPORTER (1969)
(Published in LA)

Editor: John C. Barnard (LA 1969)

Number 7: November 1969

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHESS PLAYERS NEWS (1969-1971)
(Published in LA)

Editor: John C. Barnard (LA 1970)

Number 15: August 1970
Number 16: September 1970
Number 20: February-March 1971

SOUTHERN CHESS ASSOCIATION BULLETIN (1953)
(Published sporadically in Long Beach (via Sarasota Florida))

Editor: Major J. B. Holt

CL32

SPRINGER, THE (1959-1969)
(Published in San Bruno by the San Bruno Chess Club)

Editor: Paul Zink (San Bruno 1967)

Number 96: July 4, 1967

Listed in CL35.

TERRACHESS (1961-1980)
(Newsletter published by the City Terrace Chess Club in affiliation with The Southern California Chess League.)

Editor: Gordon Barrett (Los Angeles 1961)

According to Gordon Barrett, his publication was produced until 1974 with special editions being issued until 1980. He gave a complete set of newsletters, Volumes 1-10 (1961-1974), to the John G. White Collection at the Cleveland Public Library, where they currently reside.

Volume 1, Number 1: April 5, 1961
Volume 1, Number 2: April 1, 1961
Volume 1, Number 3: April 19, 1961
Volume 1, Number 4: April 26, 1961
Volume 1, Number 5: May 3, 1961
Volume 1, Number 6: May 10, 1961
Volume 1, Number 7: May 17, 1961
Volume 1, Number 8: May 24, 1961
Volume 1, Number 9: May 31, 1961
Volume 1, Number 10: June 7, 1961
Volume 1, Number 11: June 14, 1961
Volume 1, Number 12: June 21, 1961
Volume 1, Number 13: June 28, 1961
Volume 1, Number 14: July 5, 1961
Volume 1, Number 15: July 12, 1961
Volume 1, Number 16: July 19, 1961
Volume 1, Number 17: July 26, 1961
Volume 1, Number 18: August 2, 1961
Volume 1, Number 19: August 9, 1961
Volume 1, Number 20: August 16, 1961
Volume 1, Number 22: August 30, 1961
Volume 1, Number 23: September 6, 1961
Volume 1, Number 24: September 13, 1961
Volume 1, Number 25: September 20, 1961
Volume 1, Number 26: September 27, 1961
Volume 1, Number 27: October 4, 1961
Volume 1, Number 28: October 11, 1961
Volume 1, Number 29: October 18, 1961
Volume 1, Number 30: October 25, 1961
Volume 1, Number 31: November 1, 1961
Volume 1, Number 32: November 8, 1961
Volume 1, Number 33: November 15, 1961
Volume 1, Number 3: November 15, 1961
Volume 1, Number 38: December 20, 1961
Volume 1, Number 39: December 27, 1961
Volume 1, Number 40: January 3, 1962
Volume 1, Number 41: January 10, 1962
Volume 1, Number 42: January 17, 1962
Volume 1, Number 43: January 24, 1962
Volume 1, Number 44: January 31, 1962
Volume 1, Number 45: February 7, 1962
Volume 1, Number 46: February 14, 1962
Volume 1, Number 47: February 21, 1962
Volume 1, Number 48: February 28, 1962
Volume 1, Number 49: March 7, 1962
Volume 1, Number 50: March 14, 1962
Volume 1, Number 51: March 21, 1962
Volume 1, Number 52: March 28, 1962
Volume 2, Number 1: April 4, 1962
Volume 2, Number 2: April 11, 1962
Volume 2, Number 3: April 18, 1962
Volume 2, Number 4: April 25, 1962 (MP shows April 18)
Volume 2, Number 5: May 2, 1962 (consecutive numbering P1-5)
Volume 2, Number 6: May 9, 1962 (consecutive numbering P6-13)
Volume 2, Number 7: May 16, 1962 (P14-18)
Volume 2, Number 8: May 23, 1962 (P19-23)
Volume 2, Number 9: May 30, 1962 (P24-27)
Volume 2, Number 10: June 6, 1962 (P28-32)
Volume 2, Number 11: June 13, 1962 (P33-36)
Volume 2, Number 12: June 20, 1962 (P37-41)
Volume 2, Number 13: June 27, 1962 (P42-46)
Volume 2, Number 14: July 11, 1962 (P47-50)
Volume 2, Number 15: July 18, 1962 (P51-54)
Volume 2, Number 16: August 8, 1962 (P55-58)
Volume 2, Number 17: August 15, 1962 (P59-62)
Volume 2, Number 18: August 22, 1962 (P63-67) (MP shows P62 instead of P63)
Volume 2, Number 19: August 29, 1962 (P68-72)
Volume 2, Number 20: September 5, 1962 (P73-77)
Volume 2, Number 21: September 12, 1962 (P78-81 + 2P 1962 California Open at Fresno crosstables)
Volume 2, Number 22: September 19, 1962 (P84-87)
Volume 2, Number 23: September 26, 1962 (P88-91)
Volume 2, Number 24: October 3, 1962 (P92-95)
Volume 2, Number 25: October 10, 1962 (P95-99)
Volume 2, Number 26: October 17, 1962 (P100-105)
Volume 2, Number 27: October 24, 1962 (P106-109)
Volume 2, Number 28: October 31, 1962 (P110-113)
Volume 2, Number 29: November 7, 1962 (P114-118)
Volume 2, Number 30: November 14, 1962 (P119-123)
Volume 2, Number 31: November 21, 1962 (P124-128)
Volume 2, Number 32: November 28, 1962 (P129-132, 135, 136)
Volume 2, Number 33: December 5, 1962 (P137-141)
Volume 2, Number 34: December 12, 1962 (P142-144)
Volume 2, Number 35: December 19, 1962 (P145-148)
Volume 2, Number 36: January 2, 1963 (P149-155)
Volume 2, Number 37: January 9, 1963 (P156-159)
Volume 2, Number 38: January 16, 1963 (P160-164)
Volume 2, Number 39: January 23, 1963 (P165-167 + 1P Sorties Du Terrachess by Randy Kluz - games 6-10)
Volume 2, Number 40: January 30, 1963 (P168-171)
Volume 2, Number 41: February 6, 1963 (P172-176 + 1P 1963 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 2, Number 42: February 13, 1963 (P177-181)
Volume 2, Number 43: February 20, 1963 (P182-187 + 1P 1963 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 2, Number 44: February 27, 1963 (P188-190 + 2P 1963 S Cal League Team Match Rules)
Volume 2, Number 45: March 6, 1963 (P191-194)
Volume 2, Number 46: March 13, 1963 (P195-198)
Volume 2, Number 47: March 20, 1963 (P199-203)
Volume 2, Number 48: March 27, 1963 (P204-207)
Volume 2, Number 49: April 3, 1963 (P208-214)
Volume 2, Number 50: April 10, 1963 (P215-218 + 1P Sorties Du Terrachess by Randy Kluz - games 17-22)
Volume 2, Number 51: April 17, 1963 (P219-223)
Volume 2, Number 52: April 24, 1963 (P224-229)
Volume 3, Number 1: May 1, 1963 (P230-233)
Volume 3, Number 2: May 8, 1963 (P234-240)
Volume 3, Number 3: May 15, 1963 (P241-246)
Volume 3, Number 4: May 22, 1963 (P247-251)
Volume 3, Number 5: May 29, 1963 (P252-255 + 1P Sorties Du Terrachess by Randy Kluz - games 23-27)
Volume 3, Number 6: June 5, 1963 (P256-258)
Volume 3, Number 7: June 12, 1963 (P259-262)
Volume 3, Number 8: June 19, 1963 (P263-266)
Volume 3, Number 9: June 26, 1963 (P267-271)
Volume 3, Number 10: July 3, 1963 (P272-277)
Volume 3, Number 11: July 10, 1963 (P278-281)
Volume 3, Number 12: July 17, 1963 (P282-287)
Volume 3, Number 13: July 24, 1963 (P288-293)
Volume 3, Number 14: July 31, 1963 (P294-297)
Volume 3, Number 15: August 7, 1963 (P298-300)
Volume 3, Number 16: August 14, 1963 (P301-307)
Volume 3, Number 17: September 4, 1963 (P308-311)
Volume 3, Number 18: September 11, 1963 (P312-314)
Volume 3, Number 19: September 18, 1963 (P315-317)
Volume 3, Number 20: September 25, 1963 (P318-323)
Volume 3, Number 21: October 2, 1963 (P324-327)
Volume 3, Number 22: October 9, 1963 (P328-331)
Volume 3, Number 23: October 16, 1963 (P332-336)
Volume 3, Number 24: October 23, 1963 (P337-339)
Volume 3, Number 25: October 30, 1963 (P340-343)
Volume 3, Number 26: November 6, 1963 (P344-346)
Volume 3, Number 27: November 13, 1963 (P347-350)
Volume 3, Number 28: November 20, 1963 (P351-354)
Volume 3, Number 29: November 27, 1963 (P355-357)
Volume 3, Number 30: December 4, 1963 (P358-361)
Volume 3, Number 31: December 11, 1963 (P362-365)
Volume 3, Number 32: December 18, 1963 (P366-368)
Volume 3, Number 33: January 1, 1964 (P369-376)
Volume 3, Number 34: January 15, 1964 (P377-382 + 1P Presidential Letter dated January 13, 1964)
Volume 3, Number 35: January 29, 1964 (P383-388)
Volume 3, Number 36: February 12, 1964 (P389-392 + 1P Presidential Letter #2 dated February 7, 1964))
Volume 3, Number 37: February 26, 1964 (P393-398)
Volume 3, Number 38: March 11, 1964 (P399-404)
Volume 3, Number 39: March 25, 1964 (P405-410)
Volume 3, Number 40: April 8, 1964 (P411-416)
Volume 3, Number 41: April 22, 1964 (P417-420)
Volume 3, Number 42: May 6, 1964 (P421-427)
Volume 3, Number 43: May 20, 1964 (P428-432)
Volume 4, Number 1: June 3, 1964 (P433-437)
Volume 4, Number 2: June 17, 1964 (P438-441)
Volume 4, Number 3: July 1, 1964 (P442-446)
Volume 4, Number 4: July 15, 1964 (P447-451)
Volume 4, Number 5: July 29, 1964 (P452-456 + 1P Presidential Letter #3 dated July 8, 1964)
Volume 4, Number 6: August 12, 1964 (P457-461)
Volume 4, Number 7: August 26, 1964 (P462-466 + 1P Presidential Letter #4 dated August 31, 1964)
Volume 4, Number 8: September 9, 1964 (P467-472)
Volume 4, Number 9: September 23, 1964 (P473-476)
Volume 4, Number 10: October 7, 1964 (P477-481)
Volume 4, Number 11: October 21, 1964 (P482-485)
Volume 4, Number 12: November 4, 1964 (P486-489 + 1P Presidential Letter #5 dated October 30, 1964)
Volume 4, Number 13: November 18, 1964 (P490-494)
Volume 4, Number 14: December 2, 1964 (P495-498)
Volume 4, Number 15: December 16, 1964 (P499-503 + 1P Presidential Letter #6 dated December 29, 1964)
Volume 4, Number 16: January 6, 1965 (P504-508)
Volume 4, Number 17: January 20, 1965 (P509-514)
Volume 4, Number 18: February 3, 1965 (P515-518)
Volume 4, Number 19: February 17, 1965 (P519-522 + 1P 1965 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 4, Number 20: March 3, 1965 (P523-526)
Volume 4, Number 21: March 17, 1965 (P527-532)
Volume 4, Number 22: March 31, 1965 (P533-539)
Volume 4, Number 23: April 14, 1965 (P540-545)
Volume 4, Number 24: April 28, 1965 (P546-552)
Volume 4, Number 25: May 12, 1965 (P553-559)
Volume 4, Number 26: May 26, 1965 (P560-564)
Volume 5, Number 1: June 9, 1965 (P565-569)
Volume 5, Number 2: June 23, 1965 (P570-574 + 1P Presidential Letter #7 dated June 18, 1965)
Volume 5, Number 3: July 7, 1965 (P575-579)
Volume 5, Number 4: July 21, 1965 (P580-584)
Volume 5, Number 5: August 4, 1965 (P585-592)
Volume 5, Number 6: September 15, 1965 (P593-597 + 1P 1965 S Cal Open at Santa Monica crosstable)
Volume 5, Number 7: September 29, 1965 (P598-601 + 1P Presidential Letter #8 dated September 27, 1965)
Volume 5, Number 8: October 13, 1965 (P602-605)
Volume 5, Number 9: October 27, 1965 (P606-609)
Volume 5, Number 10: November 10, 1965 (P610-613)
Volume 5, Number 11: December 1, 1965 (P614-619)
Volume 5, Number 12: December 15, 1965 (P620-624)
Volume 5, Number 13: December 29, 1965 (P625-631)
Volume 5, Number 14: January 19, 1966 (P632-635)
Volume 5, Number 15: February 2, 1966 (P636-639)
Volume 5, Number 16: February 16, 1966 (P640-643)
Volume 5, Number 17: March 2, 1966 (P644-648 + 1P 1966 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 5, Number 18: March 16, 1966 (P649-653)
Volume 5, Number 19: March 30, 1966 (P654-659)
Volume 5, Number 20: April 13, 1966 (P660-665)
Volume 5, Number 21: April 27, 1966 (P666-670)
Volume 5, Number 22: May 11, 1966 (P671-676)
Volume 5, Number 23: May 25, 1966 (P677-680)
Volume 5, Number 24: June 8, 1966 (P681-684)
Volume 5, Number 25: June 23, 1966 (P685-688...last page unnumbered)
Volume 5, Number 26: July 6, 1966 (P689-693)
Volume 6, Number 1: July 20, 1966 (P694-698)
Volume 6, Number 2: August 3, 1966 (P699-704)
Volume 6, Number 3: August 17, 1966 (P705-710)
Volume 6, Number 4: September 7, 1966 (P711-716)
Volume 6, Number 5: September 28, 1966 (P716-721)
Volume 6, Number 6: October 12, 1966 (P722-727)
Volume 6, Number 7: October 26, 1966 (P728-734)
Volume 6, Number 8: November 13, 1966 (P735-738)
Volume 6, Number 9: November 27, 1966 (P739-744)
Volume 6, Number 10: December 11, 1966 (P745-750)
Volume 6, Number 11: January 1, 1967 (P751-756)
Volume 6, Number 12: January 15, 1967 (P757-762...MP shows P761)
Volume 6, Number 13: January 29, 1967 (P763-766)
Volume 6, Number 14: February 19, 1967 (P767-770 + 1P 1967 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 6, Number 15: March 5, 1967 (P771-774)
Volume 6, Number 16: March 19, 1967 (P775-779)
Volume 6, Number 17: April 2, 1967 (P780-785)
Volume 6, Number 18: April 23, 1967 (P786-790)
Volume 6, Number 19: May 10, 1967 (P791-796)
Volume 6, Number 20: May 31, 1967 (P797-802)
Volume 6, Number 21: June 20, 1967 (P803-807)
Volume 6, Number 22: July 8, 1967 (P808-814)
Volume 6, Number 23: August 13, 1967 (P815-820 + 1P unnumbered)
Volume 6, Number 24: September 7, 1967 (P821-825 + 1P unnumbered)
Volume 6, Number 25: September 23, 1967 (P826-830)
Volume 6, Number 26: October 8, 1967 (P831-836)
Volume 7, Number 1: October 22, 1967 (P837-840)
Volume 7, Number 2: November 8, 1967 (P841-844 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 7, Number 3: November 29, 1967 (P845-848)
Volume 7, Number 4: December 15, 1967 (P849-855)
Volume 7, Number 5: January 3, 1968 (P856-860)
Volume 7, Number 6: January 19, 1968 (P861-865)
Volume 7, Number 7: February 16, 1968 (P866-870 + 3P Master Club List)
Volume 7, Number 8: March 2, 1968 (P871-874)
Volume 7, Number 9: March 16, 1968 (P875-879)
Volume 7, Number 10: March 30, 1968 (P880-885)
Volume 7, Number 12: May 7, 1968 (P892-900)
Volume 7, Number 13: May 24, 1968 (P901-908)
Volume 7, Number 14: June 7, 1968 (P909-913)
Volume 7, Number 15: June 28, 1968 (P914-919)
Volume 7, Number 16: July 12, 1968 (P920-925)
Volume 7, Number 17: August 2, 1968 (P926-931...MP no TERRACHESS title)
Volume 7, Number 18: September 6, 1968
Volume 7, Number 19: September 20, 1968 (P938-943)
Volume 7, Number 20: October 11, 1968 (P944-948)
Volume 7, Number 21: October 25, 1968 (P949-952)
Volume 7, Number 22: November 8, 1968 (P953-958)
Volume 7, Number 23: November 27, 1968 (P959-964)
Volume 7, Number 24: December 20, 1968 (P965-971)
Volume 7, Number 25: January 5, 1969 (P972-978)
Volume 7, Number 26: January 27, 1969 (P979-983)
Volume 8, Number 1: February 15, 1969 (P984-987 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 8, Number 2: March 2, 1969 (P988-991 + 1P 1969 S Cal League Team Match Schedule)
Volume 8, Number 3: March 16, 1969 (P992-997)
Volume 8, Number 4: March 30, 1969 (P998-1001... numbering for last 3P written in)
Volume 8, Number 5: April 20, 1969 (P1002-1010)
Volume 8, Number 6: May 6, 1969 (P1011-1016)
Volume 8, Number 7: May 25, 1969 (P1017-1022)
Volume 8, Number 8: June 16, 1969 (P1023-1028)
Volume 8, Number 9: July 6, 1969 (P1029-1034)
Volume 8, Number 10: July 25, 1969 (P1035-1040)
Volume 8, Number 11: August 10, 1969 (P1041-1044)
Volume 8, Number 12: September 17, 1969 (P1045-1048)
Volume 8, Number 13: October 2, 1969 (P1049-1054)
Volume 8, Number 14: October 19, 1969 (P1055-1058)
Volume 8, Number 15: November 4, 1969 (P1059-1063)
Volume 8, Number 16: November 23, 1969 (P1064-1067)
Volume 8, Number 17: December 7, 1969 (P1068-1071)
Volume 8, Number 18: December 21, 1969 (P1072-1078)
Volume 8, Number 19: January 5, 1970 (P1079-1084)
Volume 8, Number 20: February 5, 1970 (P1085-1089)
Volume 8, Number 21: February 23, 1970 (P1090-1095)
Volume 8, Number 22: March 10, 1970 (P1096-1101)
Volume 8, Number 23: March 26, 1970 (P1102-1107)
Volume 8, Number 24: April 9, 1970 (P1108-1113...MP no TERRACHESS title)
Volume 8, Number 25: April 26, 1970 (P numbering lost 100P - P1014-1020...should be P1114-1120)
Volume 8, Number 26: May 17, 1970 (P1021-1027...should be P1121-1127)
Volume 9, Number 1: June 17, 1970 (P1028-1033...should be P1128-1133)
Volume 9, Number 2: July 28, 1970 (P1034-1041...should be P1134-1141)
Volume 9, Number 3: August 16, 1970 (P1042-1044...should be P1142-1144)
Volume 9, Number 4: September 16, 1970 (P1045-1049...should be P1145-1149)
Volume 9, Number 5: October 4, 1970 (P1050-1055...should be P1150-1155)
Volume 9, Number 6: November 15, 1970 (P1056-1062...should be P1156-1162)
Volume 9, Number 7: December 8, 1970 (P1063-1067...should be P1163-1167)
Volume 9, Number 8: January 3, 1970 (P1068-1071...should be P1168-1171, MP shows 1970 instead of 1971)
Volume 9, Number 9: January 24, 1971 (P1072-1078...should be P1172-1178)
Volume 9, Number 10: March 9, 1971 (P1179-1185 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 9, Number 11: March 25, 1971 (P1186-1189 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 9, Number 12: April 14, 1971 (P1191-1195)
Volume 9, Number 13: May 12, 1971 (P1196-1202)
Volume 9, Number 14: June 12, 1971 (P1203-1208)
Volume 9, Number 15: July 12, 1971 (P1209-1213)
Volume 9, Number 16: August 6, 1971 (P1214-1217 + 1P tournament flyer...P1217 isn't numbered)
Volume 9, Number 17: September 22, 1971 (P1218-1224)
Volume 9, Number 18: October 12, 1971 (P1225-1227)
Volume 9, Number 19: November 7, 1971 (P1229-1233)
Volume 9, Number 20: December 10, 1971 (P1234-1242)
Volume 9, Number 21: January 9, 1972 (P1243-1249)
Volume 9, Number 22: February 17, 1972 (P1250-1256...numbering for last 3P written in)
Volume 9, Number 23: March 5, 1972 (P1257-1261)
Volume 9, Number 24: March 18, 1972 (P1262-1266 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 9, Number 25: April 15, 1972(P1267-1273...numbering for last 6P written in)
Volume 9, Number 26: May 20, 1972 (P1275-1283 + 1P tournament flyer...no Volume or Number)
Volume 10, Number 1: July 14, 1972 (P1283-1291...Volume and Number written in)
Volume 10, Number 2: October 4, 1972 (P1292-1300)
Volume 10, Number 3: November 12, 1972 (P1301-1291...numbering for last 5P written in)
Volume 10, Number 4: January 1, 1973 (P1307-1313)
Volume 10, Number 5: February 14, 1973 (P1314-1319...numbering for last 1P written in)
Volume 10, Number 6: March 14, 1973 (P1320-1327)
Volume 10, Number 7: April 4, 1973 (P1328-1336)
Volume 10, Number 8: April 24, 1973 (P1337-1345)
Volume 10, Number 9: May 19, 1973 (P1346-1354)
Volume 10, Number 10: June 21, 1973 (P1355-1363...page numbering and issue number are written in)
Volume 10, Number 11: July 28, 1973 (P1364-1372 + 1P tournament flyer)
Volume 10, Number 12: September 21, 1973 (P1373-1378)
Volume 10, Number 13: October 21, 1973 (P1379-1384...numbering for last 1P written in)
Volume 10, Number 14: May 15, 1974 (P1385-1392)

THURSDAY KNIGHTS (Mid-1950's)
(Published in San Francisco)

Editor: Jim Reynolds (SF)

Jim Reynolds wrote (PACIFIC COAST CHESS HERALD Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1959), "During this time (1956) I was getting requests for copies of CHESS HERALD from chess fans who remembered me as the editor of CHESS IN ACTION, organ of Chess Friends of Northern California, & THURSDAY KNIGHTS, a club paper I started in another club in the city (SF)."

TOURNAMENT CHESS NEWSLETTER (1972)
(Published by the Chess House in San Gabriel)

Editor: Ronald A. Pease

Volume 1, Number 2: 1972

U.S. PROBLEM BULLETIN (1963-1965)
(Published by Robert Burger in San Francisco)

Editor: Eric M. Hassberg (NY)

A continuation of the problem section of the recently deceased American Chess Bulletin.

July-August, 1963
Number 8: September-October 1964
Number 10: January-February 1965

VISTA CHESS CLUB BULLETIN(1972)
(Published by the Vista CC in Vista)

Editor: Jack W. Dennis (Vista 1972)

Listed in CL1.

WEIBEL CHESS (1996)
(Published by the Weibel Elementary School CC in Fremont)

Editor: Dr. Alan Kirshner (Fremont 1996)

Number 12: April 26, 1996
September 1996 (shows Volume 1.1)
Volume 2, Number 1: January 1997
October 1997 (shows Volume 1.1)
January 1999
April 1999
May 1999
End of Year Edition, June 2000
End of Year Edition, June 2002

WEIBEL CHESS CLUB (1999)
(Published by the Weibel Elementary School CC in Fremont)

Editor: Dr. Alan Kirshner (Fremont 1999)

Volume 1, Number 1: October 1999
October 2000 (shows Volume 11, Number 1)
Volume 1, Number 2: January 2, 2001
Volume 1, Number 2: January 5, 2001
(Fall) 2001

WEIBEL CHESS TEAM (1999)
(Published by the Weibel Elementary School CC in Fremont)

Editor: Dr. Alan Kirshner (Fremont 1999)

Volume 1, Number 1: October 1999

WEIBEL CHESS TEAM changed its name to WEIBEL & WISDOM CHESS TEAMS

Volume 1, Number 3: January 14, 2000

WEIBEL & WISDOM CHESS TEAMS changed its name to WEIBEL CHESS TEAM

October 2000 (shows Volume 1, Number 1)

Fall 2001

WESTERN AMERICAN CHESS AND CHECKER BULLETIN (1919)
(Published in SF)

Editor: C. C. Kanaga (SF 1919)

In the July-August 1919 issue of the American Chess Bulletin, Herman Helms wrote, "The Western American Chess and Checker Bulletin, edited and published by Professor C.C. Kanaga of 515 Jones street, San Francisco, Cal., has evidently been discontinued, but unfortunately without any explanation from the publisher, who brought out No. 3, under date of February 5, 1919, the last issue to make its appearance. It had been planned as a fortnightly at a subscription of $2.50 a year and, according to a printed statement on the front cover, had a guaranteed circulation of 1,000 copies per issue... From a reliable source we learn that No. 4 of the hapless publication was ready for the press, but got no farther..." Issues 1-3 are in the John G. White Collection at the Cleveland Public Library.

Number 1: January 8, 1919
Number 2: January 22, 1919
Number 3: February 5, 1919

WESTERN CHESS CHRONICLE (1935-36)
(Published in Lomita)

Editor: Alfred L. Paul (Lomita 1936)

"Official Organ of the Southern California Chess League"

Volume 1, Number 1: November 1935
Volume 1, Number 2: December 1935
Volume 1, Number 3: January 1936
Volume 1, Number 4: February 1936
Volume 1, Number 5: March 1936
Volume 1, Number 6: April 1936
Volume 1, Number 7: May 1936
Volume 1, Number 8: June 1936
Volume 1, Number 9: July 1936

WILSHIRE CHESS SOCIETY NEWSLETTER (1995-2003)
(Published by the Wilshire Chess Society in LA)

Editor: Michael Jeffreys (LA 1995)

Information from (http://www.geocities.com/mjshark1/MonthlyNewsletters.html).

Volume 1, Number 1: July 1995
Volume 7, Number 8: August 2001
Volume 8, Number 1: January 2002
Volume 8, Number 2: February 2002
Volume 8, Number 3: March 2002
Volume 8, Number 4: April 2002
Volume 8, Number 5: May 2002
Volume 8, Number 6: June 2002
Volume 8, Number 7: July 2002
Volume 8, Number 8: August 2002
Volume 8, Number 9: September 2002
Volume 8, Number 10: October 2002
Volume 8, Number 11: November 2002
Volume 8, Number 12: December 2002
Volume 9, Number 1: January 2003
Volume 9, Number 2: February 2003
Volume 9, Number 3: March 2003
Volume 9, Number 4: April 2003
Volume 9, Number 5: May 2003
Volume 9, Number 8: June 2003

WRONG ROOK, THE (1985-1987)
(Published in Livermore)

Editor: Dan Mc Daniel (Livermore 1985)

December 1985
January 1986
February 1986
March 1986
April 1986
May 1986
June 1986
July 1986
August 1986
September 1986
October 1986
November 1986
December-February 1986-1987
March-May 1987

YMCA CHESS BULLETIN (1959-1960)
(Published in Oakland by the Oakland YMCA Chess Club)

Editor: Richard Shorman (Hayward 1959)

Volume 1, Number 3: July 1959

OAKLAND Y.M.C.A. CHESS CLUB was renamed YMCA CHESS BULLETIN.

Volume 1, Number 9: October 1959

YMCA CHESS BULLETIN was renamed OAKLAND YMCA CHESS BULLETIN.

Volume 2, Number 1: January 1960

ZUGSWANG! (November 1981)
(Postal chess magazine which might have regional content, published in San Jose)

Editor: David Forthoffer (San Jose 1982)

Listed in CL24, CL25, CL26 & CL27.

ZUGZWANG (1973)
(Published by the San Fernando Valley Chess Club in Sun Valley)

Volume 1: August 1973

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