Past Events

WAHA's Annual Historic Preservation Meeting: "Landmarks Won and Landmarks Lost," Saturday, May 31, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Program at Noon). The Historic Union Square Theatre, 1122 West 24th Street.

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WAHA's Annual Spring 2008 Historic Homes & Architecture Tour. Properties will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. -- Last ticket sold at 2 p.m.

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Saturday, March 15, 5 to 7 p.m. See Lore Hilburg's New Digs, 1625 Cimarron (south of Venice, between Western and Arlington)

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On Saturday, April 26, the Los Angeles/Santa Monica Mountains chapter of the California Native Plant Society is sponsoring a public talk on the use of native plants by the well-known garden expert Lili Singer along with a house and garden tour of the meeting house on Van Buren Place. The talk and tour are free. West Adams residents are invited to learn about the use of low-water and ecologically friendly native plants for their gardens.

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WAHA Special Event: A Woman's Journey: The Life and Work of Painter/ Sculptor Artis Lane
Reception with the Artist: Saturday, March 1 1 p.m.

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The 21st Annual WAHA Historic Homes Holiday Tour & Progressive Dinner.

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We are introducing our new Photos and Slideshows section (now on the left main menu) with a set of photos from our annual Living History Tour at the historic Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, September 29.

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Todd Gallahan portrays temperance advocate Francis Murphy (left)
 

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Photographer Barry Schwartz posts photos of WAHA's December 2006 progressive dinner Holiday Tour in Victoria Park.

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Copyright 2006 Barry Schwartz

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Copyright 2006 Barry Schwartz

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WAHA presents its 17th Annual tour of the historic Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, in which costumed actors portray, at graveside, the life stories of some of the significant people buried here.

The Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, one of the city's oldest, most historically significant cemeteries, was founded in 1884, and is now home to many generations of Los Angeles' early citizens, representing every race, faith and creed. Every year, WAHA focuses on some of their life stories by presenting a Living History Tour at Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, featuring actor portrayals, graveside, of some of the individuals buried at the cemetery. This year, you'll meet:

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