Tonight, your friendly neighborhood time-travelers from the Bernal Heights History Project will share part two of their series on how to learn about the history of your glamorous Bernal Heights home. It happens this evening, Wednesday, September 16 at 7 pm at the Bernal Library:
Following on from last month’s presentation on “How to Research Your Bernal Home,” John Blackburn of BHP will explain the life history of 22 Newman Street and show how he used our research tools to find out as much as he could about the building.
Feel free to bring your own research, photos, etc., and share with everyone.
If you missed last month’s slideshow, you can watch it on YouTube. Unfortunately the hyperlinks in the slideshow aren’t clickable, so we’ll compile them in a handout and update our Research Your Home page.
Wednesday’s meeting starts at 7 p.m. sharp in the downstairs meeting room at the Bernal branch library (500 Cortland at Anderson); turn left at the bottom of the stairs. As always, it is free and open to all.
PHOTO: 1942 photo of the Schwery family, outside their home at 536 Nevada (visible on the left with the car outside). via the Bernal History Project on Facebook.
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I’m going to have to miss this one too. Damn. Please keep me on your mailing list, though. I’m definitely interested!
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