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Shows partially demolished brick building. Located at 775 Gravenstein Highway South. Property redeveloped into a strip mall and the Southpoint Self-Store mini-storage. LCNAF; GNIS Exact geocoding 17 Hal Skinner (1925-2004) moved to Sonoma County from Indiana in 1965 to serve as the first director of the Audio-Visual Department (later Instructional Resources Department) at Sonoma State College (later University). He later taught in the School of Education until retiring in 1988. He took up artist blacksmithing in retirement and was a featured exhibitor at the Gravenstein Apple Fair in Sebastopol and Sturgeon's Sawmill in Occidental until his death at age 79. Title supplied by cataloger. Printed from digital photograph (JPEG) by The LAB, 400 Tesconi Circle, Santa Rosa, California. Sonoma County Tourism Grant (2010-2011) Grant provided to the Sonoma County Library through the Sonoma County Advertising Program Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh Apple Macintosh OS10
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