History of 300 Page Street - by Mary C. Morgan -
Archived on cuke
Sokoji - where the SFZC started
Early history of the SFZC - in the spring 1988 Wind Bell - from Suzuki lectures and Peter Schneider interviews
entire Fall 1969 Wind Bell on the history of Imakita Kosen (Rinzai) and Sogaku Harada (Soto with Rinzai influence) lineages that came to the West - Peter Schneider uncredited editor
ZC Stories - City Center and Green Gulch
Tassajara Hub - history stuff here too of course
The mural at Tassajara telling a version of the Indian legend of Tassajara's hot spring water - and a painting on a rock.
Early Tassajara History - on page for Wind Bell excerpts featuring Tassajara
Rebuilding the Tassajara Baths - from spring 1984 Wind Bell - with good info on the history of the baths - PDF
Church Creek Ranch and Caves - with some on Tassajara
THE FIRST PASSENGER WAGON TO REACH TASSAJARA - WILLIAM J. HILL'S ACCOUNT OF THE TRIP IN SEPTEMBER OF 1888
Marilyn McDonald's (formerly Doyle or at least called that in old Wind Bell linked to above) book on history of Tassajara will be available in the future. Currently there's a copy of her manuscript and some photos at Tassajara, at the UC Berkeley Bancroft Library (Type in Tassajara Hot Springs in the upper right search box.), and Mark Stromberg, formerly director of Hastings Reserve has a copy which he scanned and, with the help of Keith Meyerhoff, is making into a book for sale at Tassajara and through print on demand. Marilyn was a guest who came to Tassajara many times and did many interviews and historical research.