History Happy Hour welcomes author and historian, Barney Terrell who will be presenting his new book, Cold Wrath: The 1896 Rampage of James C. Dunham. The book retells the unsolved mystery of the McGlincy Murders, a cold case that has fascinated residents of Campbell, Santa Clara Valley, and the nation for over a century.
The historic Ainsley House Museum in downtown Campbell is recruiting Docents and Greeter to help keep the Ainsley House Open for public tours. Docents lead guided tours through the 1925 historic home of...
So many of us have flown into and out of the San Jose International Airport. We have tolerated the construction, enjoyed the new terminals, and loathed the security lines. But, what do we really know about SJC?
In 1848 James W. Marshall discovered gold on the South Fork of the American River. It was one of the most significant discoveries in history. It led to the most significant mass emigration of people in the Western Hemisphere. And, it was the catalyst that launched the rapid and remarkable growth of the West.
John Mascali, Captain, USNR Retired, will share the history of Moffett Field since its beginning in 1930 with the building of the historic Hangar One, which dominates the skyline in the South Bay, and the arrival of one of the largest airships ever built, the USS Macon.
Please join the Campbell Museums on Friday, May 15 from 5:30 pm-7:30 pm as we welcome Geologist Mike Cox for our History Happy Hour. Mr. Cox will lead an informative and entertaining discussion on the summary of the geology and history of two cousins: Minas Almadén, Spain and Minas Nueva Almadén, California
The Campbell Museum is remaking our visitor video about the history of Campbell and Santa Clara Valley. We are looking for a host/ narrator. We are holding auditions on June 14 at the Campbell Historical Museum.
This month's Campbell Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will feature two special guests who will be talking about the Pruneyard shopping center: Traci Markel, Director of Retail Marketing for the Pruneyard and Kerry Perkins, Campbell Historical Museum Supervisor.