Search and Ye Shall Find
Did You Know?
that Railroad Square’s Depot was built in 1904 on the Northwestern Pacific Railroad line, and that the A’Roma Roasters building was formerly the REA (Railway Express Agency) building constructed in 1915?
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Current Heritage Exhibits
This collaborative effort curated by
This collaborative effort curated by the RRHS and staged at West County Museum will feature over 20 schools along the Sonoma Coast with photos and ephemera from archives of both historical societies.
October 10 (Saturday) - March 16 (Wednesday)
West County Museum
261 South Main St., Sebastopol, CA 95472
Snoopy first imagined himself as
Snoopy first imagined himself as a World War I flying ace on October 10, 1965, making 2015 the 50th anniversary of this popular persona. When asked about the origins of Snoopy’s aviator role, Charles Schulz credited his son Monte’s interest in making plastic airplane models as his chief inspiration
Charles M. Schulz Museuminquiries@schulzmuseum.org, (707) 579-4452
October 24 (Saturday) - April 24 (Sunday)
Charles M. Schulz Museum
2301 Hardies Lane; Santa Rosa, California 95403
Cotati's museum, located in the west
Cotati’s museum, located in the west end of Cotati City Hall (201 West Sierra), is open every Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and also on the second Tuesday of each month from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
November 1 (Sunday) - December 31 (Saturday)
Cotati History Museum
201 West Sierra, Cotati, CA 94931
- Recently Aquired Links
- Santa Rosa Sesquicentennial
- Save the Petaluma Trestle
- Sonoma County Filipino American Nat. Hist. Society
- Historical Look at Winegrowing in Sonoma County
- Drawing Sonoma – Barbara White Perry
- Rancho Bodega Historical Society
- Family Tree at Ancestry.com
- MacLeod Family Vineyard
- Inkwells to Icons – Local banking and finance Timeline
- Buena Vista Winery – THE ENTIRE STORY