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November 26, 2014 The Julian News7 Celebration Of The Sea! The Hubbell Triton Art Auction Is Announced! A Celebration In The Cemetery by David Lewis Friday November 28th through Friday December 12th, 2014. The long-closed Triton Restaurant was once a landmark restaurant in San Diego's north county beach town of Cardiff, CA. The building was designed with Hubbell in mind, and he filled it with the artistic creations only he could envision. This included stained glass windows, a fireplace with an inlaid mosaic hearth, plaster reliefs, forged metal gates and hand railings, and even a hand-painted ceiling mural. Over its 44-year history, this unique public space enchanted thousands of visitors and was a landmark for many. Now, you can own a piece of Hubbell and San Diego history. Twenty of the Triton's iconic art pieces have been donated back to the Ilan-Lael Foundation and are available for sale Via an online auction. The auction catalog is located on our website www.ilanlaelfoundation.org. Click on the "Celebration of the Sea Auction" button on our home page to find a link to the catalog. The auction begins on Friday November 28th, 2014, at 12:00am and runs for two weeks, closing on Friday December 12th 2014, at 11:00pm. Pieces will sell to the highest bidder or can be purchased outright at the "Buy It Now" price. Some of the larger stained glass pieces include a free design consultation from Hubbell and Hubbell Architects for help with display and installation. See the auction brochure for full details and descriptions. All proceeds will be used to further our progress onthe Ilan-Lael Center currently under construction at Ilan-Lael, Hubbell's iconic mountain residence and art studio, and home to the Ilan-Lael Foundation. Mermaid~Albatross Stained Glass - 6 piece Set, Size: 8' diameter, Description: Large, circular, complex window design of a mermaid with flowing yellow hair and an albatross. Sold as a set only, this piece includes a consultation with Hubbell and Hubbell Architects for installation and display ideas. Condition: Fair to Good; some oxMation on lead lines. Minimum Bid." $10,000 Buy It Now: $35,000 On Saturday the 15th of November, there.was a family gathering at the Julian Cemetery. For once, it was not due to the passing of anyone. It was a remembrance, a re-connection of family ties. Just over a year ago, 1 was hired to give one of my historical tours to a group gathered at the Julian Lodge for their yearly family reunion. They are descendants of James and Mary Jane Duffy. According to the San Diego Union newspaper of July 2, 1908, James. Duffy came to Julian when gold was found here in 1870. The same article says that James gave up his interest in the mines and became a farmer, raising both cattle and fruit. Somehow farming led to James becoming a deputy sheriff. After an unsuccessful bid to become sheriff, James returned to farming. In 1873, he married Mary Taylor of Julian. They had many children. In 1893, James was appointed superintendent of the County hospital and moved the family to San Diego. He still held that position at the time of his death. James and Mary Jane lost two children while they lived here in Julian.They are :buried at the top of cemetery hill in a family plot. James' mother in law, Anne Jane (Moles) Taylor and two sisters, Annie and Mary are buried there, along with their husbands Henry Crase and Frank Miller respectively. Prior to meeting the family, I did a little extra research on the Duffy family. So when we opened the tour, which always begins in the Julian Cemetery, I was prepared to show them the family plot and give them a little family history. After the tour, and before we parted ways, some of the family expressed a wish to place new markers on their family graves. The project was approved by the cemetery board to allow new, period appropriate U [] 11/19/2014 11:00 am Julian Town Hall 21 29 Main St Julian, CA 92036 12/0512014 11:00 am Julian Town Hall 2129 Main St Julian, CA 92036 There is no obligation or costto attend. Reserve your seats by calling today. Seats are limited, Jim Trifiletti Licensed Sales Agent 683-4298, TTY711 UnitedHealthcare Medicare Solutions headstones to be placed in the old section of the cemetery. The process took just over a year while family records and death certificates were obtained that could verify the dates and correct names to be carved into the headstones. It was an effort that not many families would. undertake, or, follow through with. Eileen Harter coordinated the project, it was no small task. I shared my records with the family, and they shared theirs .with me. One family member, Annie Crase, has a special place in the Julian cemetery's history. The cemetery operated for over fifty years without anyone in charge of it or keeping records. It was Ida Bailey Wellington, John McCain, and Annie Crase who located and helped to mark 129 unidentified graves in the cemetery in 1922. Ironically, Annie's grave remained without a headstone until 2010. That was the 140th anniversary of the cemeterY. I found a local stone and Pyramid memorials engraved it at no cost in honor of the occasion. It was placed and dedicated on November 20, 2010, the anniversary of the first burial in the cemetery. I had a personal stake in this whole thing because I grew up in Frank and Mary Millers house. Mary became Frank's bride on the 25th day of December, 1897 Christmas day. Frank built them a "beautiful new home" according to one newspaper. The "beautiful home'"began as a one room affair measuring 12 feet by 22 feet, typical of pioneer homes. Later a kitchen was added, and after that a lean-to addition which served as a bedroom. The house, now owned by me, can be seen in the orchard behind Wynola Flats. Saturday morning was a bright and beautiful day at the Cemetery. Eighteen Duffy family descendants were gathered at the family plot to view the new markers and share stories of their family's past. Two members came from as far away as Eureka, Ca. and Wyoming to be a part of this very special occasion. Perhaps the Duffy pioneers would be annoyed at the cost and the fuss after all this time. I doubt that. I bet they would be proud that their people still care about them. I was proud to be a part of it. While turkey is most often associated with Thanksgiving, which takes place in November, National Turkey Lovers' Month is celebrated in June. Fine Free Friday Adjusted for the Holiday The County library offers Fine Free Friday on the last Friday of the month. This is a courtesy to you to return your items and have them backdated to the last Friday of the previous month. This month, the last Friday occurs on a day the branch is closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Therefore, any materials that are returned in the library's beokdrop AFTER we close at 6 PM on Wednesday, November 26 and BEFORE we open at 9 AM on Saturday, November 29 wil be checked in and backdated to October 31. Fine Free Friday only applies to San Diego County Library Materials. Items special ordered from outside SDCL such as Link + and Circuit items are exempted A sales person will be present with information and applications. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings, call (949) 683-4298, TTY 711. Plans are insured through UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company or one of its affiliated companies, a Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract and a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor. Enrollment in the plan depends on the plan's contract renewal with Medicare. from Fine Free Friday. The County Library offers Fine Free Friday once a month. This pilot project has changed over time and is a courtesy to our customers to get materials back into circulation in a timely fashion. If you have questions about this program, please cal the branch at 760-765-0370.