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Pasadena Craftsman maintains historical integrity
Pasadena Craftsman maintains historical integrity

This light and airy Mission Revival Craftsman house in Pasadena, designed in 1910 by architect Arthur S. Heineman, is a treasure trove of original woodwork, leaded glass and period lighting fixtures. Heineman, along with his brother Alfred, created many of the Craftsman-era houses still standing in the Pasadena area. This home, in the city's Prospect Park National Register Historic District, often hosted gatherings of well-known Pasadena artists and members of the Caltech and Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientific communities. More recently, the gated estate was the family home for Albert Hibbs and his wife, Marka. Hibbs, a pioneer space physicist, was known for decades as "the...

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