The Fall 2020 edition of Under the Gables features excerpts from Dewey Livingston’s upcoming book (as yet untitled) about the history of the Point Reyes and Tomales Bay area. Included is a chapter about remote Pierce School, much of which is based on the recollections of the 101-year-old former teacher there; Foresters’ Hall in Point Reyes Station; the historical beauty of Bear Valley; essays about the Ott Camp and the musical Paganetti family; and a short history of the Seahaven neighborhood on Tomales Bay.
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Last year saw many milestones as the COVID pandemic gave us a new look at the world and changed many of our lifeways. And at one time, the Point Reyes Lighthouse, which celebrated its 150th anniversary on December 1, 2020, also gave a new look to the San Francisco Bay… Read More »
Much has been written about the Bear Valley Ranch (also known as W Ranch and including U, Y and Z ranches) and this story in no way can cover everything. It will outline the general history of the Ranch in four separate parts and focus on some of the stories that… Read More »
This collection presents a kaleidoscopic range of perspectives emblematic of the exact locale that is West Marin: a place, like many places, unlike any other place. These publications serve as the manifestation of community energy. They are documents of specific moments in time and place, spanning 1903 to today, and… Read More »
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 »