How Ken Kesey and Kepler's Created Silicon Valley
Kepler's served as a beacon for intellectuals which created the perfect environment to produce Silicon Valley
The Streets of Menlo Park: Origins of the Street Names
Learn about how Alma, Middlefield, Santa Cruz, Sand Hill, Willow, Valparaiso and more got their names
Rancho de las Pulgas
Rancho de las Pulgas was a 35,240-acre (142.6 km2) 1795 Spanish land grant in present-day San Mateo County, California to José Darío Argüello.
Plaques of Menlo Park
Directory of various plaques that can be found across town
Notable People from Menlo Park
A list of famous people from Menlo Park
Portola Journey's End, Twentieth Century Folk Art Environments, Menlo Park Railroad Station
Menlo Park Railroad Station, Church of Nativity, Barron-Latham-Hopkins Gate Lodge
A brief review of Menlo Park's first three hotels
He came to San Francisco for the gold, ended up with a paint business, and left us with a fantastically detailed diary of his time in Menlo Park
These notes are part of a long term project by the Menlo Park Historical Association to identify and document the history of all the plaques in Menlo Park.
Churches of Menlo Park
Notes on the history of Menlo Park's historical churches
Camp Fremont was built in 1914 to train the 41st National Guard Division on the site where Fremont Memorial Park is today.
Art in Menlo
Rachel Bentley's watercolors and the early years of the Grateful Dead