The New Californian (periodical)

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The New Californian was a periodical published in San Francisco and Los Angeles from July, 1891 to June, 1894 as an organ of the American Section of the Theosophical Society. Editors were Dr. Jerome A. Anderson of San Francisco and Louise A. Off of Los Angeles. Miss Off, an artist and art teacher, took over the editorial work in July, 1892, when Dr. Anderson became ill. Lucifer reported:

We are exceedingly sorry to see that Dr. Jerome A. Anderson is compelled by ill health to resign the editing of the magazine. Miss Louisa A. Off, of Los Angeles, will be the succeeding editor. And while we are confident that Miss Off will discharge her new office with her well-known energy and devotion, we cannot help expressing a hope that the recovery of health will once more see our able friend and colleague Dr. Anderson in the editorial chair.[1]

An index is available at the Union Index of Theosophical Periodicals.

Issues available online


  1. "The New Californian," Lucifer Vol 10 No. 59 (July 15, 1892), 437. Available at Google Books.