City buys old PAMF site at 300 Homer
Palo Alto Historical Association responds to City RFP. Pledges, donations, and in-kind gifts top
Pal Alto History Museum becomes a 501(c)(3) and 30 year lease option is granted
2006 – 2010:
National Register status achieved over 4 years; added to local, state and national registers.
Plans, permit, CUP, archives relocation and Roth TDRs approved
City establishes Roth Rehab Reserve of $3.88M – ($2.88M in TDRs + transfer of $1M)
Juana Briones wall to be transferred to Museum.
First county grant submitted – confirmed in 2020 for $103k and the City challenges PAHM to raise
$1.75M in a year.
City’s $1.75M challenge exceeded!
Building permit is approved and PAMs annual revenue nears $1M for the first time
First PAHM exhibit to debut at Pacific Art League
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