Sara Bunnett: Santa Cruz County History

Sara Bunnett (1919-2006) is best known locally for her efforts to index Santa Cruz newspapers and county records. She was very active in community organizations, and was president of the Santa Cruz Genealogical Society, as well as president of the Board of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries. She collected news clippings and other material on Santa Cruz, particularly information about local homes. Her files were donated to Santa Cruz Public Libraries by her son, Alfred Bunnett.

Access & Use: The files of Sara Bunnett are open for research use. Appointments to view the collection can be made by contacting the library. Permission to publish materials must be requested from the Santa Cruz Public Libraries. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
Creator: Bunnett, Sara
Source: Gift of Alfred Bunnett, 2015
Date: 1970-2000
Coverage: Santa Cruz (County)
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Identifier: MS-BUNNETT



Bunnett, Sara. “Sara Bunnett: Santa Cruz County History.” Gift of Alfred Bunnett, 2015. 1970-2000. SCPL Local History. Accessed 13 July 2024.