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Pasadena Cultural Heritage Landmarks

Colorado Street Bridge (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: Colorado Boulevard
Construction Date: 1913
Architect: Waddell and Harrington of Kansas City, Engineers


Grace Nicholson Building (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 46 North Los Robles Avenue
Construction Date: 1924-1926
Architect: Marston, Van Pelt and Maybury, A.I.A.


La Casita del Arroyo (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 177 South Arroyo Boulevard
Construction Date: 1932
Architect: Myron Hunt


The Gamble House and Garage (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 4 Westmoreland Place
Construction Date: 1908
Architect: Greene and Greene


Wrigley Estate (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 391 South Orange Grove
Construction Date: 1905-1914
Architect: G. Lawrence Stimson


Moreton Bay Fig Tree (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 170 South Marengo Avenue
Date Planted: 1880


City Hall (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 100 North Garfield Avenue
Construction Date: January, 1926 – December, 1927
Architect: Bakewell and Brown


Pasadena Public Library, Main Branch (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 285 East Walnut Street
Construction Date: 1927
Architect: Myron Hunt and H. C. Chambers


Civic Auditorium (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 300 East Green Street
Construction Date: 1931
Architect: Bergstrom, Bennett and Haskell


Batchelder House (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 626 South Arroyo Boulevard
Construction Date: 1910
Architect: Earnest A. Batchelder


Clapp House (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 549 La Loma Road
Construction Date: 1874
Architect: Probably built by Jabez Banbury


The Hermitage (designated by the Board of Directors, 8/10/76)
Location: 2121 Monte Vista
Construction Date: c.1870 (adobe)
Architect: Unknown


Red Farmhouse (designated by the Board of Directors, 12/20/76)
Location: 701 South Oakland
Construction Date: 1892
Architect: Unknown


Jean Mannheim Residence and Studio (designated by the Board of Directors, 1/11/77)
Location: 500 and 492 South Arroyo Boulevard
Construction Date: Residence – 1909; Studio – 1914
Architect: Jean Mannheim


Constance M. Perkins Residence (designated by the Board of Directors, 1/11/77)
Location: 1540 Poppy Peak Drive
Construction Date: 1955
Architect: Richard J. Neutra


Edmund Blinn House
Location: 160 North Oakland
Construction Date: 1905
Architect: George Maher


Young Women’s Christian Association (designated by the Board of Directors, 2/6/78)
Location: 78 North Marengo Avenue
Construction Date: 1921
Architect: Julia Morgan


Friendship Baptist Church (designated by the Board of Directors, 2/7/78)
Location: 80 West Dayton Avenue
Construction Date: 1925
Architect: Norman Foote Marsh


Church of the Angels (designated by the Board of Directors, 4/18/78)
Location: 1100 North Avenue 64
Construction Date: 1925
Architect: Arthur Edmond Street and Ernest A. Coxhead


Pasadena Playhouse (designated by the Board of Directors, 4/18/78)
Location: 39 South El Molino Avenue
Construction Date: 1925
Architect: Elmer Grey


Lower Arroyo Seco (designated by the Board of Directors, 4/12/79)
Location: Holly Street Bridge south to the South Pasadena city border
Mead House (designated by the Board of Directors, 12/26/79)
Location: 380 West Del Mar Boulevard
Construction Date: 1910
Architect: Louis B. Easton

Charlotte Perkins Gilman House (designated by the Board of Directors, 3/12/80)
Location: 239 South Catalina Avenue
Construction Date: ca. 1900

Little Cloister (designated 9/15/80)
Location: 948-950 North Oakland Avenue
Construction Date: 1924
Architect: Irving Gill


Fenyes Estate (designated by the Board of Directors, 2/3/81)
Location: 170 North Orange Grove Boulevard
Construction Date: 1905 (addition, 1911)
Architect: Robert D. Farquhar (1905) and Sylvanus B. Marston (1911)


Elmer Grey House
Location: 1372 South El Molino Avenue
Construction Date: 1912
Architect: Elmer Grey