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from the program: Third Annual San Rafael Town Picnic & Parade, July 11, 1982, describing Youth Bands to Perform
October is American Archives Month!
9/23/1964 The Day Polio In Marin Was Licked "Since that day not a single case of polio has been reported in Marin"
How are you getting to @tamhigh this year? No. 381 stops at the Tamalpais High School Station, April, 1938
"'Mork' gives $2,000 to College of Marin" from Marin Independent Journal, Feb 27, 1980 #RobinWilliams
Robin Williams (top, second from right) on the Cross Country Team at Redwood High School, 1969
Robin Williams (1951-2014) was a 1969 graduate of Redwood High School
The Golden Gate, from Telegraph Hill, c1870s. Anne T. Kent California Room Collection.
#FrankFriday in the California Room. Expert scholars examine a drawing of the Marin County Civic Center.
Can you think of a caption? Mill Valley, Sept 1953. Today's site of Depot Bookstore & Cafe.
How to enjoy a kiss properly. Marin Journal, March 10, 1866
"Funny how taking a day off will lengthen your life. But that's what that Tamalpais trip will do to you..."
San Rafael High School yearbook, 1914: Motivation to be engaged and underage. "Boys, propose + we'll do the rest"
Another then/now 1909 & 2014 May Day celebrations in Kentfield. More May Day here http://bit.ly/1iB1eNz
Top image from http://bit.ly/1iB1eNz Bottom image from Kentfield Centennial May 3, 2014 http://www.kghs.org/
Excellent piece on #Synanon by Matt Novak @paleofuture. Pt Reyes Light + more on it here in the California Room
USS Akron, an Navy airship filled with helium, flies over the Ross Hills in Marin County, May 1932. #Zeppelin
In the Heart of Marin: The History of Kentfield & Greenbrae. Talk & book signing by Dewey Livingston May 16 @ noon
scrapbook of Mary Helen Hooper in San Rafael, 1910-12. Dance cards, theater programs...and this #Worms #Ew (#Fake)
@MarinTheatreCo "No Men Wanted," the one-act comedy performed at Tamalpais High School, 1926.
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