The California pioneers of Santa Clara County
are making great progress on their newest museum:

The Roberto Adobe & Sunol House

The house and fences are being painted.  Shutters were removed and restored.

Artifacts have been secured from Santa Clara University and the Mel Basuini family.  These include farm implements used on the property c1910.  

John Grafton, Greg Smestad, and Paul Bernal are completing c1838 period furniture for the interior of the adobe.

Museum designer Gordon Chun is working on the Spanish/Mexican room and the Sunol Room.

An educational program for fourth graders is being developed.  

When we get closer to completion, a call will go out for docents and volunteers.


 

John and Greg building the bed




Leather Wrapped and Laced Lances

John Grafton is testing the bed




Leather Wrapped and Laced Lances