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Jane and John Reed: Raising their hands to build community

Couple reflects as they depart Los Altos home of 52 years By Bruce Barton / Los Altos Town Crier Jane Reed may strike some as a fairly soft-spoken personality. But her actions as a Los Altos community volunteer over the past 50 years have spoken volumes. From serving two terms as mayor to volunteering at the Los Altos History Museum.…
October 7, 2020
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Los Altos History Museum makes top 5 must-see Museums in Western US

Edited by Greg Parker / wiki.ezvid.com From the Pacific Coast to the Rocky Mountains, the Western United States is rich with history and culture. While the region is often considered young in comparison to the East Coast and the South, it contains a number of institutions dedicated to preserving and presenting the memories of its diverse communities and landscapes. In…
September 21, 2020
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In Living Rooms and Theaters, the Vote was Won

By Eliza Ridgeway / Los Altos Town Crier You can still walk past the Masonic Hall in downtown Mountain View and imagine the suffrage speeches that drew listeners more than a century ago. A man often headlined, as was the norm even for women-led initiatives. The women who filled the room had to mix strategy with entertainment as they continued…
August 26, 2020
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Living Through a Major Historical Moment

Los Altos History Museum seeks your COVID-19 stories and experiences By Heather Zimmerman / Mountain View Voice Your day-to-day routine, let alone your daily activities during quarantine, may seem like nothing special, but actually, it could be something for the history books. That’s why the Los Altos History Museum recently put out a call for submissions asking Santa Clara County residents…
April 26, 2020