Joan Hornig began her career as a professional fundraiser for Harvard University and Columbia Business School before spending 19 years on Wall Street. Since 2003, Joan combines her love of jewelry and design, business skills and experience with non-profit organizations as Founder and CEO of her philanthropically-driven companies, Joan Hornig Jewelry-Philanthropy is Beautiful® and Pave…

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Sunday, December 12th, 5 – 7pm. You are invited to join us for our annual Holiday Party at the Landmark Home of Joseph Guidera. 5pm – 7pm 303 North June Street $45 for Members$55 for Member’s GuestsOpen to members and guest who have been vaccinated. Annual Holiday Party Members $47.25 USDMember Guest $57.50 USDMember +…

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Laura and Sydney Dutton moved to Los Angeles from San Francisco in 1975 because Syd wanted to get into the film business. Syd’s first job was delivering mail on a bicycle at Universal Studios, a position that Roddy McDowell found for him as they were friends of friends. McDowell was wonderful to them and remained…

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September 18, 5pm to 7pm. Please join us on a fascinating twilight walk through of historic Windsor Square on September 18th from 5:00 to 7:00. Explore the architecture and learn about the current and former residents of this beautiful area right in the center of Los Angeles. This is the second in our new series…

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355 South Windsor Built:  1923 Architect:  Allison and Allison The architectural firm of Allison and Allison was so prestigious and so prolific that it is difficult to choose which accomplishments of theirs to mention.  The Los Angeles Public Library has over 250 publication references for this distinguished design team.             James Edward Allison (1870-1958) and…

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Sold out On Sunday, August 29th at 4:00 you are invited to A Garden Party at the home of June Bilgore, 355 S. Windsor Blvd, Windsor Square. It is our Annual Meeting which usually takes place in June of each year. We had to pass over 2020 because of Covid but we are now back…

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This home was built in 1926, during the time of prosperity following World War I, at an estimated cost of $20K plus $2.5K for the garage and servants’ rooms. Although Old Windsor Square began its development around 1911, it was in the 1920s that Los Angeles experienced growth in enormous proportions.             The lot was…

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Architect:  Robert Farquhar Built 1923             Robert Farquhar (18972-1967) is one of Los Angeles’ most renowned architects.  His long career spanned designing of Festival Hall at San Francisco’s 1915 World Exhibition to being the chief architect of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.  This home was built just three years before achieving his pinnacle – the…

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Architect:  Roland E. Coate Built 1926             This graceful, simple, yet elegant Andalusian-style home was designed by Roland Coate for Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Fudger.  Mr. Coate’s designs were skillfully executed in several notable homes in Pasadena, Beverly Hills and Hancock Park. The Fudger home is a triumph of the Spanish Colonial Revival style.  It was…

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