Don’t miss this photography exhibit featuring the images of Altadena eccentric Leon Ricks. Leon documented Altadena between the 1960s and early 2000s. Twenty of his early photos are on display Feb 20 – July 20 in the gallery corridor at… Read More »Photography Exhibit: Altadena, Then and Now
Although Pasadena lays claim to the Rose Parade, Altadena played a role in its beginning. Banyard Smith house designed by Frederick Roehrig Photo: Huntington Library digital collection Michele Zack tells us that the connection can be found within the Altadena… Read More »Altadena’s Banyard Smith House and the Pasadena Rose Parade
We’re upgrading our computers at archives, so all time is dedicated to scratching our heads. THE ENIAC(Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) Look for a more thoughtful post next Monday!
Don’t miss Altadena Historical Society’s newest exhibit at Websters Community Pharmacy, 2450 N. Lake Ave., Altadena. It includes an overview of the Mt. Lowe Railway told in vintage postcards. The Mt. Lowe Railroad was set amid the spectacular beauty of the… Read More »Mt. Lowe Post Card Exhibit at Websters Community Pharmacy
Celebrating Webster’s Community Pharmacy’s 87th year serving our town, AHS is proud to feature rotating exhibits telling stories of local history and the people who shaped it. Our new exhibit, Altadena Green: The True Story of How She Got Her… Read More »Altadena Green: The True Story of How She Got Her Name