Category Archives: What’s New?
Next Quarterly Meeting: A dramatic presentation featuring: “The stories of Sarah Winchester and Harriet Pullman Carolan” will take place on Thursday, May 7th, 7pm in the Lane Room. Free and open to the public. Actors: Kay Arnaudo, Betsy Bogel, Lois Everett, … Continue reading
Is it possible to keep the essence of Burlingame intact, in the face of rapid change? Periodically over the past several years, our newsletters have informed you of various contemporary events and developments that are history in the making. Some change … Continue reading
The Burlingame Historical Society undertook a research project in 2013 to identify the town’s war memorials and then to identify names of those who died in military activities during war. The research identified over forty townsmen who were lost in … Continue reading
Come join us while we explore the beginnings of the town of Easton, the Easton Additions settlements and the birth of the Broadway shopping district. Free and Open to the Public- 7pm Lane Room of the Burlingame Public Library.
Just select “Archived newsletters” on the welcome page. You will find our newsletter publications from 2010-2017; they contain a variety of interesting articles and research accomplished by our association.
Opening of the Burlingame Community Center 1949 The San Mateo County Historical Association and the Burlingame Historical Society are pleased to announce an incredible historical contribution from locally renowned photographer, Norton Pearl. This significant donation will be made official on … Continue reading
Caltrans has released its Draft Environmental Impact Report signally its intention to build out left-turn channels at Floribunda and El Camino Real. The $3.6 project, that in effect widens the highway to 5 lanes over 500 ft., is intended to … Continue reading
Several years ago, the Burlingame Public Library donated the original Burlingame Public library chandelier to the Historical Society. During the 1990s library remodel, the spanish revival style chandelier (c. 1930) that had adorned the E. L. Norberg designed foyer for over … Continue reading
A visit to our history museum will reveal some exciting changes. During the past three months, we’ve been very hard at work, installing a new “screening” area for digital-based exhibits. The modern red naugahyde seating may look familiar to you; … Continue reading
Next Quarterly presentation: Lane Room of the Burlingame Public Library, October 30th 2014 with John Parkin, Bill Reilly, and special guests! Free and open to the public.