Gustine, California, Henry Miller, Sarah Alice Miller

The Gustine Musuem

The town of Gustine, California has a courthouse and jail built in 1911 that remained in use until 1980. The former courthouse and jail was purchased by the Gustine Historical Society and reopened as the Gustine Musuem in July 4, 1990.

The town of Gustine is named after Henry Miller’s daughter Sarah Alice Miller, whom was nicknamed “Gussie” after she had passed away as a child.

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