Boy Scouts and No Doubt

This is the cover art from the June 1953 issue of Boys Life magazine, depicting scouts from everywhere headed to the Irvine Ranch for the 1953 Boy Scout Jamboree. I love this kind of colorful, decorative, detail-laden map. I still have some of the free "fun maps" of Knott's Berry Farm that I picked up when I was a kid.
At least a couple of my purist historian friends will mock me for mentioning Gwen Stafani on my blog -- but after TLAGP, how much sillier can I look? Cynthia Ward writes, "A piece not only of Anaheim history, but rock n roll history, is up for sale! The home in No Doubt video "Sunday Morning" was Gwen Stafani's grandparents' residence, now for sale. Located in the heart of the Anaheim Colony Historic District, with a Mills Act either already in place or ready to go. Live in a Gwen Stefani video with reduced taxes and great neighbors!"
I believe the house is at 319/322 S. Ohio St.
For the two people out there who don't already know this, Stefani was born in Anaheim in 1969, graduated from Loara High School in 1987, and attended Fullerton College and Cal State Fullerton. And no, she doesn't live in Orange County anymore.