The Sausalito Historical Society collects and preserves art, artifacts, photographs and printed materials that document Sausalito’s history; provides access to the collection for public and academic research; and develops publications and outreach programs to inspire local interest in Sausalito’s history to educate the visiting public and enrich the community.
Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Sausalito’s Marinship Shipyard.
Exhibit Spaces maintained by the Society feature in depth displays about Sausalito history:
- The Phil Frank History Research Room
- The Downtown Ice House Historical Exhibit
- The Historic World War II Marinship Exhibit at the Bay Model.
Current Exhibit: Marinship75 The Ships We Built
Exhibit ends September 2017
Radio Sausalito 1610AM offers a monthly program, "Sausalito's Secret History" by the Historical Society.
From gangsters to bordellos, Sausalito has seen its share of incidents and characters over 240 years of existence. Join host Larry Clinton for colorful glimpses into Sausalito’s Secret History.
You’ll learn about the Hearst Castle that was never built, streets which are forever underwater, and how an entire shipyard sprung up here in four months.
Whether you’re a lifetime resident or a curious visitor, you’ll enjoy learning about this special little city by the bay.
Past "Sausalito's Secret History" podcast are available at at Radio Sausalito's web site .
Lectures, Exhibits and Events are periodically hosted by the Society.
Recent Exhibits include:
- Remembering Shel Silverstein
- Al Sybrian Exhibit
- Marinship - the Place
Recent Lectures include:
- Sausalito Ferry Tales
- History of Caledonia Street
- Twisted Vines Book Review
Announcement of these events are made to members by mail as well as this web site's Events page.
Board of Directors:
Jerry Taylor, President, Ice House Plaza
Dana Whitson, Vice President, Fundraising, Ice House Liaison
Sharon Seymour, Secretary, Collections Management, IT, Docents, Accessions Liaison, Catalog Dig. Liaison
Jim Meyer, Treasurer, Web Site, Social Media
Susan Frank, Schools Program
Mary Ann Griller, Public Relations Liaison
Steefenie Wicks, Writer at Large
Accessions, Rick Seymour
Newsletter, Larry Clinton
Catalog Digitization, Ann Heurlin
We are always looking for peope who want to be involved with the History of Sausalito and its residents new and old. If you would like to join us, please contact us at the addresses below.
How to Reach the Sausalito Historical Society:
Sausalito Historical Society
420 Litho Street, Sausalito, CA, 94965
P.O. Box 352, Sausalito, CA 94966