There were two offices for the Wilson Trust from 2017 to 2020. The first, in Sebastopol, was the main office, but is distributed and virtual except that it also maintains the historical artifacts of the Albert G. Wilson estate and is now closed with the dissolution of the Wilson Trust. The second, in Claremont, is now the only current physical office, and it contains many of the files, notebooks, computer discs, unscanned notes and manilla folders of the estate.
Santa Rosa/Sebastopol, Northern California
Al’s last home was in Sebastopol about one hour north of San Francisco. Here are pictures of his house where he passed away surrounded by dear friends in 2012 at 94 years young. Notice that several of the rooms and the grounds reveal his dual dedication to science AND mysticism. The house was turned into a community meeting place after he passed away and the Trustee main office moved to nearby Santa Rosa. We include pictures of some of the community meetings sponsored by the Wilson Trust that occurred for three years after his passing.
Claremont, Southern California
This office is the site of analysis of Al’s very large number of notebooks (108), articles, booklets, and 39 manilla envelopes in rough correspondence with and extending his notebook titles. Four student workers, a retired JPL employee, and a past colleague of Al’s are attempting to decipher his handwritten notes, compile and organize his many typed notes, select, enter and maintain this website. We include pictures below of the office and Al’s files and library. The office is located at 232 Harrison Blvd., Claremont, California. Office Phone 909-541-5095. But please know that it is manned at irregular hours due to its non- profit status and the volunteer nature of its personnel.