Lucy G. Doyle
Lucy G. Doyle
Miss Lucy Gertrude Doyle was born in Vallejo in 1874. She was appointed to the position of head librarian in the Vallejo Public Library in 1898 and retired in 1944. She died in Vallejo in 1962. Photo courtesy of Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum.
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Bridges
Thursday, October 6
Bridges  (Training)
1:30 pm
Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum

John V. Robinson is an award-winning writer and photojournalist who has published eight books with a focus on the historic bridges of the San Francisco Bay Area. He specializes in photographing heavy construction work with a focus on bridge construction and the men and women who do the work. Robinson visits construction sites and does detailed photo essays of the iron workers, pile drivers, carpenters, laborers, and crane operators who do this demanding and dangerous work. He frequently collects oral histories of the workers.

Born April 9, 1960 (age 62)
Occupation Writer, speaker, photographer
Alma mater UC Berkeley
Genre Construction, folklore, pop culture
Notable works 1)Spanning the Strait: Building the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge.
2)Bridging the Tacoma Narrows.
3)Carquinez Bridge: 1927-2007.
Notable awards Guggenheim Fellowship 2006



Cemetery Records by Glenda Gardner Lloyd
Thursday, November 3
Cemetery Records by Glenda Gardner Lloyd  (Training)
1:30 pm
Virtual via zoom
Glenda Gardner Lloyd is a fourth generation Californian.  She grew up on a catte ranch in northeastern California and attended a one-room country school.  She received her BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her MA from CSU Sacramento.  She  taught elementary school and worked as a reading specialist for thirty-eight years.  Glenda helped organize and served as the first presiden of Root Cellar, Sacramento Genealogical Society.  She has taught genealogy classes through San Juan Adult Education for the past 25 years.  She participates in local seminars for the California State Archives, the Regional Family History Center, the Sacramento City Library, and does workshops for many local societies.  She has lectured for the Salt Lake Institute.  Genealogy is her hobby and her passion which she hopes to share with all of you. 
Non-Members: If you are interested in attending, please send an e-mail to GSVBzoom@gmail.com to request a Zoom invitation.  The time is 1:30 PM PDT



Pot Luck with Elections and Round Table Discussion
Thursday, December 1
Pot Luck with Elections and Round Table Discussion  (Training)
1:30 pm
Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum