Following a long run of the exhibit about the 52-year-old Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center, we now present a heartwarming view of children of the 1930s as seen in school group portraits. By selecting individuals and small groups in the portraits and isolating the images for more focused impact, we can look into their faces and feel a sense of the life of a child ninety years ago. See the article starting on the next page, and the other interesting stories on the pages that follow.
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We reproduce here some of the history written in 1996 by Leonard Tennyson for the 25th anniversary, aug- mented by some later items. This is nowhere near a definitive history. […] Read More »
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 […] Read More »
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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] Read More »