Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘millionaire’s row’


Growing Up on Millionaire’s Row: An Immersive Fenyes Mansion Tour

Growing Up on Millionaire’s Row: An Immersive Fenyes Mansion Tour

Imagine the experience of a child in the year 1910 on Pasadena’s famed “Millionaire’s Row.” “Growing Up on Millionaire’s Row” interactive tours of historic Fenyes Mansion at Pasadena Museum of History invite young visitors to step back in time and discover how different it would have been had they lived a century or more ago. […]

Mid-Century Living on Millionaire’s Row

Mid-Century Living on Millionaire’s Row

South Orange Grove Boulevard was once dubbed “Millionaire’s Row” as a result of the “grandiose Victorian style mansions” that were erected. “As a result of economic shifts and population explosion following World War II,” the neighborhood transitioned to include many mid-century garden apartments. On May 16th, Pasadena Heritage presents “South Orange Grove: Mid-Century Living on […]

Mystery History No. 25

Mystery History No. 25

Where are we? What’s happening? In the 1985 photo above, a couple stands on a bridge overlooking the waterfall flowing into the stream that runs through the Ambassador College campus. Founded in 1947 by Herbert W. Armstrong, Ambassador College was a four-year liberal arts college that became the headquarters of Worldwide Church of God. Various lots were consolidated within a four-block […]

Pasadena Showcase House

Pasadena Showcase House

One of the largest and oldest house and garden tours in the country, Pasadena Showcase House of Design is an annual fundraiser disguised as a month-long celebration of an historic property. This year that property is the Cravens Estate, an official Pasadena Cultural Landmark as well as a Landmark of Historical Significance. In addition to […]

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