ABOUT

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Paige Peterson

As a journalist, Paige has reported extensively about the Middle East and contributed to Marin Magazine, New York Social Diary and the National Council on U.S. Arab Relations. She is the author of "Growing Up Belvedere-Tiburon.” With Christoper Cerf, she is the co-author and illustrator of Blackie: The Horse Who Stood Still,” and the illustrator of

 “A Christmas Carol,” adapted by Jesse Kornbluth. As a painter, she is represented by Gerald Peters Gallery in New York and has been honored by The Guild Hall Academy of the Arts in East Hampton. Peterson is the Director of Marketing at Hadley General Contractors, Inc. and Ambassador for the Cheetah Conservation Fund. She is Author and Artist in Residence at Literacy Partners and a board member of Catmosphere, National Council on U.S. Arab Relations, Safari West Wildlife Foundation and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Raised in Belvedere, Ms. Peterson has two adult children and lives in New York City.

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Dave Gotz and Paige Peterson

Dave Gotz

Dave moved to California from Ann Arbor, Michigan more than forty years ago and never left. From 1982 to 1996, he owned School of Wood, restoring woodwork from classic cars in Sonoma, and also wrote a music column in the local paper. After graduating from San Francisco Law School in 1995, he and his wife Vickie settled in Tiburon. In 2001, he joined the Tiburon Heritage & Arts Commission. He was immediately fascinated by the history of the Tiburon Peninsula. In 2008, he became Archivist for the Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society. In 2015, he was appointed Town of Tiburon Historian. He has created several documentaries about Peninsula history and is photo editor and writer for Landmarks publications. Mr. Gotz has two adult children and lives in Tiburon.

 

Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society

The Landmarks Society was established in 1959 by local residents and activists to acquire, preserve and maintain artifacts, landmarks and open space of local historic significance and to share them with the public. Landmarks welcomes visitors to Old St. Hilary’s Landmark, The Railroad & Ferry Depot Museum, China Cabin, and the Landmarks Art & Garden Center from April through October and plans to re-open in 2021. 

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photo by Jim Wood

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photo by Jessica J. Miller

Proceeds from the sale of Growing Up Belvedere-Tiburon benefit the Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society

 © 2020 by Paige Peterson- designed by Tina Keane

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