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"Local History Goes on Film," newspaper article from the Sonora Daily Union Democrat

Status: Live River
By: Martha Freeman
Date: November 11, 1980

The precursor to the Stanislaus River Musuem was the Visual History Project, started in 1980 as part of the CETA program of Calaveras County, whose purpose was to hire unemployed youth to document the history of Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties. Richard Anderson of Pendola Ranch fame was the individual who created this program. Seen here is Martin Blake, documenting Yankee Hill stamp mills, with photographer Michael Harami.

Format: Article
Collection: Admin's Collection
Rights: Copyright Sonora Daily Union Democrat. All Rights Reserved.

Date uploaded: Aug 28, 2018
Date last modified: Dec 29, 2018