The Contra Costa County Historical Society is hosting an Open House and Speaker program Saturday, April 16 featuring award-winning photographer and writer John V. Robinson. John will talk about his newest book "Bay Area Iron Master Al Zampa: A Life Building Bridges."
John V. Robinson began his study of bridge builders in 1995 by interviewing the famed bridge builder Alfred Zampa. Zampa was one of the first to survive a fall from the Golden Gate Bridge, making him a founding member of the Half Way to Hell Club in 1936.
Following John's talk will be tours of the County archives. Take advantage of this special opportunity to see how CCCHS preserves delicate records and special collections.
WHEN: Saturday, April 16. John's talk begins at 1:00pm.
WHERE: Contra Costa County History Center, 724 Escobar Street, Martinez
DETAILS: RSVP is requested.
Parking and Admission is free. $5.00 suggested donation at the door. Refreshments will be served.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (925) 229-1042
724 Escobar St
Martinez, CA 94553
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