Mendocino’s Historic District: Picture Perfect…Or is it?
Sunday, May 20th, 2007

Marianne Hurley lectures at Heritage Days“Mendocino’s Historic District: Picture Perfect…Or is it?” Join us this Friday, May 25 at 3 pm for an enlightening preservation talk by Marianne Hurley, during the 4th Annual Mendocino Heritage Days. Ms. Hurley is staff architectural historian for three districts (27 State Parks) in Northern California, and she has graduate degrees in both art history and historic preservation from the University of Oregon. Marianne Hurley chats with Harold Hauck and Ron Eich after her talk last yearIn addition to extensive field work, she has taught California architectural history at the University of Oregon preservation field school and as a guest lecturer in Sonoma County. In her community, she served five years on Petaluma’s Historic and Cultural Preservation Committee, a position appointed by the City Council. Ten years ago, she and her husband restored a 1903 Victorian, doing most of the interior work themselves. Friday, May 25 @ 3:00 p.m., Ford House Visitor Center, 707-937-5397.

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