The History Collections are located in a controlled environment at the Boardwalk Shopping Center. The collection contains photographs, art, maps, documents, books, journals, oral histories and artifacts focusing on the history of the Rancho Corte Madera del Presidio, an 1838 Mexican land grant to John T. Reed and Ylaria Sanchez. If you would like research done on your area, please contact Landmarks.
Landmarks Archivist Dave Gotz and assistant archivist Susan Cluff have been contributing a one page articles to the free monthly magazine “Belvedere-Tiburon 94920” since it’s inception in August 2017. Our pieces are about various topics from Peninsula history with factual information and images drawn from the Landmarks History Collections.
Landmarks Archivist Dave Gotz has been making short films about local history for over ten years. You can watch many of them here.
Current and back issues of the Society’s newsletter the Landmark.
The Landmarks Society has been collecting recorded oral histories for at least 40 years. Many were collected in our publication Both Sides of the Track by Shirley Mitchell (1985), which is available in hard and soft cover. Subsequently we continued to collect recordings, many of which have been transcribed, and many have yet to be.
From the 1500s to now, Tiburon’s timeline highlights the main events of the past 200 years!
Belvedere Tiburon Landmarks Society currently arranges tours of its properties for the benefit of the school children in the community. If you would like to arrange a tour, please contact the office at 415-435-1853 or fill in the contact form.