Members of the Los Angeles City Historical Society are cordially invited to visit the Workman and Temple family Homestead Museum, a City of Industry Historic-Cultural Landmark on Saturday, February 8th, 2014 at 10:00AM.
Free Parking. Docent tour; Q&A with LACHS Board Member Paul Workman. We will visit: Walter Temple’s Tepee, The Workman House, La Casa Nueva, and El Campo Santo Cemetery.
SIGN UP by E-MAIL to KAY TORNBORG: KXIAOJIE@ATT.NET or call her at (323)467-0287
RESERVATIONS CLOSE AT 5:00PM, FEBRUARY 6th
The six-acre site features the Workman House, an 1870s country home constructed round an 1840s adobe built by William and Nicolasa Workman; La Casa Nueva, a 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival mansion noted for its architectural crafts, built by the Workmans’ grandson Walter Temple and his wife, Laura; and El Campo Santo, one of the region’s oldest private cemeteries, containing the remains of Pío Pico, the last governor of Mexican California, and many other prominent pioneer families. Following the tour we will have lunch at Casa Blanca Restaurant, which serves Mexican
food at reasonable prices. Please bring lunch money. Wear comfortable shoes.