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Saved!

    Save Marin's History would like to take a moment to commend the new board of directors at the Marin History Museum. The future looks bright!

 

    Many plans are in the works to sustain the future of the Marin History Museum. We encourage your support of the Museum and please share the good news with your friends. 

Bradford House 1883
Bradford House 1883

Falkirk mansion
Falkirk mansion

Artifacts
Artifacts

Various items related to Marin's Golden Gate Bridge development and ranchero days.

Bradford House 1883
Bradford House 1883

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The Marin History Museum has recently emerged from a turbulent time.

 

The Board Members who sold items from the Artifact Collection resigned and not longer have any influence on the Museum.

 

A new Board has been assembled and it's members are committed to being careful and diligent stewards of the Museum's holdings. 

 For more information please go to their website:

Marinhistory.org 

 

or ask them questions at: info@marinhistory.org

Thank You!

Save Marin’s History group would like to thank all the volunteers and supporters who made it possible to transition the Museum to competant leadership. Your efforts saved our county's history for generations to come.

The Future of SMH

Marcie Miller and Constanza Perry of Save Marin's History and former walking tour guides of MHM, have transitioned this website to promote Marin County's history through historic walking tours, lectures and educational events.  For future walking tours look here!