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Name Avery, Bob

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Image of 1993-111-13 - Drawing

1993-111-13 - Drawing

Architectural drawing by Bob Avery of the Sea Gull building, located at the corner of Lansing and Ukiah Street, 10481 Lansing. This building was damaged in an arson fire in 1994. In 1996, the Sea Gull restaurant building underwent renovation. The plans were presented to the Mendocino Historical Review Board in 1996 by Skip MacLaren, Charlie Reed and Alan Cone. See also: Historic Buildings file - 10481 Lansing Street.

Image of 2010-003-01 - Program, Theater

2010-003-01 - Program, Theater

Program for the play "Rain" by John Colton and Clemence Randolph from a story by Somerset Maugham. The play ran October - November 1979 at the Helen Schoeni Theatre on the grounds of the Mendocino Art Center. It was a production of the Mendocino Performing Arts Company and directed by Don Murray. The cast for the play was Margot Lowell, Bill Zacha, Robert Boler, Martha Furey, Robert Avery, Bob Cohen, Don Strauss, Monique Frankston, Lynne Wright, Kurt Genge, Lyle Doughty and Ken Meyer.

Image of 2013-014-001 - Scrapbook

2013-014-001 - Scrapbook

A scrapbook collection of napkin art created mostly by James Maxwell, with a few other artists, who frequented the Sea Gull Restaurant in Mendocino in the 1970's - 1980's. The Sea Gull, located on the corner of Ukiah and Lansing Streets in Mendocino was a favorite hangout for local artist of all kinds. From the 1960s to the 1990s, the Sea Gull Restaurant was a well-loved Mendocino institution. Martin and Marlene Hall, together with their four children, came to Mendocino in 1962 to operate Cafe Mendocino. After the name changed to Sea Gull Inn, it became a symbol of the Mendocino Community. In late 1972 David and Cathy Jones took over. Together they ran the Seagull for 13 years. On Sunday af

Art - 1993-115-47

Art View ,a local television program of interviews featuring artists of Mendocino. Hosted by Bob Avery. Date of programing was April 1988. Artists interviewed were: J. D. Mayhew, Lavender Kent, Libby Wolfman, Dean MacKenzie, Terry Craven, Carolyn Lucento and Larry Fuente.

Art - 1993-115-48

Art View ,a local television program of interviews featuring artists of Mendocino. Hosted by Bob Avery. Date of programing was May 1988. Artists interviewed were: Georganna Mallof, Eduardo, Don Elber, Sophia Sutherland, Fran Moyer and Olaf Palm.

Image of Buildings - 2007-03-1426-3

Buildings - 2007-03-1426-3

The Flanagan-Escola house after being raised and a second floor built under the original structure. The Flanagan - Escola house, located at 44901 Pine Street at the corner of Pine and School Streets, was built in 1889 by John Flanagan. It was also the house of historian, Nannie Escola, for many years. In 1985, new owners, Robert and Amanda Avery, raised the lower floor of this original one story cottage to a second floor for enlarged living space.

Image of Buildings - 2007-03-1492-29

Buildings - 2007-03-1492-29

The Flanagan-Escola house after being raised and a second floor built under the original structure. The Flanagan - Escola house, located at 44901 Pine Street at the corner of Pine and School Streets, was built in 1889 by John Flanagan. It was also the house of historian, Nannie Escola, for many years. In 1985, new owners, Robert and Amanda Avery, raised the lower floor of this original one story cottage to a second floor for enlarged living space.

Image of Buildings - 2007-03-53

Buildings - 2007-03-53

The Flanagan-Escola house being raised in preparation for a second floor to be built under the original structure. Bob Avery is in the foreground. The Flanagan - Escola house, located at 44901 Pine Street at the corner of Pine and School Streets, was built in 1889 by John Flanagan. It was also the house of historian, Nannie Escola, for many years. In 1985, new owners, Robert and Amanda Avery, raised the lower floor of this original one story cottage to a second floor for enlarged living space.

Image of Buildings - 2007-03-54

Buildings - 2007-03-54

The Flanagan-Escola house after being raised and a second floor built under the original structure. The Flanagan - Escola house, located at 44901 Pine Street at the corner of Pine and School Streets, was built in 1889 by John Flanagan. It was also the house of historian, Nannie Escola, for many years. In 1985, new owners, Robert and Amanda Avery, raised the lower floor of this original one story cottage to a second floor for enlarged living space.

Image of Plays - 2007-03-182

Plays - 2007-03-182

Bill Zacha and the cast in the 1979 play, "Rain". The play ran October - November at the Helen Schoeni Theatre on the grounds of the Mendocino Art Center. L - R: Monique Frankston (sitting) Martha Fury, Kara Steiniger, Bill Zacha, Danny Cohen (young boy), Bob Cohen, Bob Avery (center back row) Don Murray (back row right) Henrietta Steiniger, Bob Boler (sitting). Other actors that performed in this production were: Margot Lowell, Martha Furey, Don Strauss, Lynne Wright, Kurt Genge, Lyle Doughy and Ken Meyer.

Image of Photography - 2014-001-044

Photography - 2014-001-044

Bob Avery, artist.

Image of Photography
People - 1996-006-1418-33

Photography People - 1996-006-1418-33

Photo of Bob Avery as Master of Ceremonies at the Mendocino 4th of July parade in 1990. Bob sports a large cowboy hat with American flags