Platforms being built for Shelter Bay Apartments, c. 1970.
The Tourist Club in the 1970s. It is also known as the Nature Friends (Die Naturfreunde) and is of German origin. Located 2.2 miles beyond the Muir Woods turnoff from the Panoramic Highway, it is a resting point for hikers, and currently serves refreshments.
Lytton Square in the 1970s, before the outdoor restaurant tables, benches and game tables were added.
Wood Hall of Tamalpais High School in March, 1977. Note bell bottoms, the unofficial uniform of the period.<
The Unknown Museum in the late 1970s. Located on the corner of Corte Madera Avenue and Gardner Street, it contained a collection of unusual relics and art works.
The east peak of Mt Tam, 1978. The structure is the fire lookout tower, constantly staffed in the summer to search for fires on the mountain and surrounding area.
The Mozart Festival held in Stolte Grove in the Homestead Valley unincorporated area, September 5, 1978.<
West Point Inn, a rest stop for hikers, in the late 1970s.
One of the oldest still-active conservation organizations, the Tamalpais Conservation Club, holding its annual meeting, at Bootjack Camp on Mt Tamalpais, c. 1979.
Bayfront Park under construction, 1979.
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