LAIRDS LANDING: The Point Reyes National Seashore is planning to remove windows installed by the late artist Clayton Lewis in a Miwok-built boathouse (above), among other additions and structures he built on the Tomales Bay beach. Mr. Lewis’s son is arguing that some additions were made within the time frame necessary to be eligible for historic preservation.    David Briggs

Peter Lewis, the son of the late artist and fisherman Clayton Lewis, will fight to save some of his father’s earliest architectural additions at Lairds Landing, he told the Light this week. “Not only because of the architectural significance of what he added, but because of his position as a significant California artist,” Mr. Lewis said. The Point . . .

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