The windows I’m sharing today are from the Hale House at Heritage Square in Los Angeles. The buildings housed here were all moved from different areas in Los Angeles for the purpose of preserving them and restoring them. To read more about this site and the buildings preserved just click on this link.
The Hale House was built in 1887 by George W. Morgan, a land speculator and real estate developer, at the foot of Mount Washington just a few blocks from the museum in Highland Park. From the time of its construction, the house was sold many times and was moved from 4501 to 4425 North Pasadena Avenue (now Figueroa Street) before being purchased by James G. Hale in 1906.
The eight historic structures located at the museum, constructed during the Victorian Era, were saved from demolition and serve as a perfect background to educate the public about Southern California’s early development. From the simplicity of the Octagon House to the opulence of the Perry Mansion, the Museum provides a unique look at the lifestyles of the people who contributed so much to the development of modern Los Angeles.
To see more window views visit the Window Views Blog.
ht: HSM Website
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