The Brewchive is to be a comprehensive archive of San Diego county's brewing activity from personal and business aspects. The archives hold evidence in a wide variety of forms from individuals, breweries, organizations, and affiliated businesses involved primarily with beer, but also cider, mead, and kombucha.
The Paul Ecke Ranch, Inc. Business Records and Family Papers consists primarily of the business and administrative records of The Paul Ecke Ranch, Inc., from its origin in the early 1900s to its eventual sale to the Dutch-based Agribio Group in 2012. The Ecke Ranch was a privately-owned horticulture company that specialized in the development of new varieties of floral products and the production of floral cuttings for sale to growers of finished products. At one point, the Ranch was the world's largest supplier of poinsettia genetics. As of February 2019, the Ecke collection is being processed, arranged and described. The Finding Aid for the Ecke Collectionis available on the CSUSM ArchivesSpace website. Researchers can get in touch with Special Collections for more information.
Select image files from the collection have been digitized:
The CSUSM Collection at California Light and Sound (link is external) offers a selection of events held during our early existence as San Diego State University-North County as well as the CSUSM Arts & Lectures program. The events range from Native American storytelling to lectures and musical performances. A notable supplement to this group is a videorecording of a day-long hearing on Border Issues held in San Diego February 5, 1993 with California Senator William Craven, Chair.