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Members of the San Marino Historical Society share a common interest in the collection, preservation and teaching of the area's history. The Thurnher House at Lacy Park houses the organization's offices and archives, including historic displays, documents, tapes, books, photos, oral histories and microfilms. Members continue to add, catalogue and file objects and information that have been collected or given to the San Marino Historical Society. The Thurnher House is open to public view on the first and third Sundays of every month from
12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Click here for a map to the Thurnher House.

While the historical society's research is focused on San Marino, it also covers subjects in Southern California and, indeed, the rest of the state. The San Marino Historical Society publishes a quarterly newsletter, "The Grapevine." Three or four lectures and programs are offered to the public each year, free of charge. The Society is also actively involved in presenting historical docent tours and lectures throughout San Marino, upon request.


News & Announcements

* Join or renew your membership and purchase the San Marino - A Centennial History and The Story of Michel White, a California Rebel Pioneer 1801-1885 books on the Membership and Publications page.

* Following is a list of upcoming Historical Society General Meetings. All meetings are held at the Crowell Public Library Barth Community Room located at 1890 Huntington Drive.

October 27, 2014 Five Treasures of the Huntington Randy Shulman, Vice President of Advancement, Huntington Library


 

San Marino Historical Society | Box 80222 San Marino, CA 91118
(626) 304-9375 | info@sanmarinohistoricalsociety.org

 

 

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