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Sybil & Louis at Tunitas Creek: (Short Version) Conclusion

Not only was the artisit Sybil Easterday’s home at Tunitas Creek, the end of the Ocean Shore Railroad’s line– but her husband Louis ran the rustic saloon there. Louis, whose drinking was anything but recreational, often barricaded himself in his … Continue reading

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Sybil & Louis at Tunitas Creek: (Short Version) (Part I)

Dressed in ribbons and bows, Sybil Easterday was a precocious little girl who felt comfortable reciting poetry before audiences. But as a young, eccentric sculptress at the turn of the century, she gained notoriety preferring the comfort of men’s trousers … Continue reading

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