Glenn Sakamoto, Creative Director of Sakamoto Design + Brand Strategy,
designed the New Torrance Historical Society & Museum Logo in 2007. The
logo focuses on the historic bridge over Torrance Boulevard, but also
evokes the balanced city concept reflected in the Olmsted design, as
well as the greater horizon of California.
Book signing January 25, 2015 with David Rensin, coauthor of "Don't Give up,
Don't Give In - Lessons from an Extraordinary Life."
Luke Zamperini (left), David Rensin (center), and Cynthia (Zamperini) Garris (right),
Louis' son and daughter.
Photo courtesy of Jerry Ronan, THS Historian.
Dayna Berman and Leilani Kimmel-Dagostino
are first in line for the fundraising
screening of "Unbroken."
John Crayton, discussing "The Blimp - 37 Good Years of Flying,"
January 19th, 2014
2013 Annual Installation of Officers, June 2nd, 2013
All photos Copyright 2013 Michael Maiuri. Used with permission.
Torrance Historical Society & Museum 2013-2014 Board Members
(l. to r.): Judi Gerber, Gene Higginbotham, Jill Maroney, Kurt Weideman,
Debbie Hays, Jamie Ruth Watson, Keri Gilbert,
Ann Strong, Joann Miyamoto, Jerry Ronan.
THS Museum Volunteers Carol Bauer and Judi Gerber
THS 2013-2014 President Jamie Ruth Watson
Financial Secretary Keri Gilbert,
Past Torrance Mayor (1994-2002) and THS Advisor Dee Hardison, Treasurer Kurt Weideman
Torrance City Clerk and THS Parliamentarian Sue Herbers and Jerry Herbers
THS Volunteers P. J. Hayden, Lynda Kraemer, Fern Ruiz
El Prado Bridge Re-Dedication
May 23, 2013
All photos Copyright 2013 Jerry Ronan. Used with permission.
El Prado Bridge west side, looking southeast.
View across Torrance Blvd, through support columns.
El Prado Bridge east side, looking northwest.
El Prado Bridge Rededication Presentation.
El Prado Bridge Relighting, December 2, 2014, 7:37pm.
Photo courtesy Leilani Kimmel-Dagostino)
Rededication ceremony attendees.
Breakfast With a Champion - Louis Zamperini
Presentation and Book Signing Event,
April 9, 2011
Louis Zamperini along with the volunteer team who helped with the "Breakfast
with a Champion" book signing event of "Unbroken" at the Toyota USA Automobile
Museum on Saturday. Olympic swimmer, John Naber (4 golds, 1 silver, 6 world
records) is the tall gentleman in the back row.
There were over 400 people in attendance at this event.