Under the Gables Newsletter
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This issue of Under the Gables includes a lengthy article by Meg Linden titled.”The Inverness Fair Through Time” that traces the origins and changes of this community tradition beginning in 1947 and still celebrated every August in this rural community. There is also an excerpt of Dewey Livingston’s forthcoming book,… Read More »
This issue features the exhibit “Social and Cultural Organizations of West Marin”, curated by Tom Branan and Meg Linden. The exhibit and newsletter articles focus on the buildings used to house local organizations including the churches and schools as well as the buildings constructed for more formal organizations like the… Read More »
This issue features the exhibit, “Now and Then,” historic photographs drawn from the archives of Point Reyes National Seashore paired with new images taken by members of the Latino Photo Project of Gallery Route One. There are two articles about the Shafter family history during the Civil War, and another… Read More »
This newsletter highlights the exhibit, Those Shafter Women, curated by Tom Branan, Gayanne Enquist and Meg Linden. Articles include an in-depth illustrated history by Meg Linden of the mothers, daughters, and wives in the Shafter family whom contributed to Point Reyes Peninsula history or found other interesting niches in which to… Read More »
The newsletter highlights the exhibit, Architectural Styles of West Marin, originally curated by Mary Cardwell and Corwin Mocine in 1990. Articles include Mary Florence Burris and the Highland Lodge and Mabel L. Reed Marsden Knight by Meg Linden with contributions from Patricia A. McCurdy, and Ernest Coxhead’s Ties to Inverness. Other… Read More »
Features articles related to exhibit Hidden Histories: Diaries, Daybooks & Ledgers of the Shafter Era, 1860-1930. The exhibit explored the details in the personal and professional lives of the most influential family in West Marin in the 19th and early 20th century gleaned from their private letters, photos, diaries and… Read More »