Brochures, water bottles, and pottery pieces from Crystal Springs Ranch are recent donations to the Museum of Redlands collection.
Larry Burgess and Tom Atchley will offer their Redlands local history clas from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Sept. 17, for eight consecutive Tuesdays ending on Nov. 5 and is held in the Assembly Room of the Smiley Library.
1821: San Gabriel Mission has cattle grazing in the east valley. 1827: Jedediah Strong Smith camps west of Redlands site after his overland journey.n 1830: San Bernardino de Sena Estancia was built as a cattle headquarters for Mission San Gabriel.1834: Mission San Gabriel lands are secular…
On Saturday, Oct. 5, guests will gather at the beautiful and historic Asistencia on Barton Road in Redlands to enjoy twilight at the Asistencia, Redlands Conservancy’s 2019 Annual Social.
G. M. Anderson, manager of the Essanay Film Co., arrived in Redlands in January 1911. He sought out film locations for the Chicago-based film company to produce one 10-minute to 15-minute film western per day.
One by one, the names of almost 7,000 deceased people were digitized at Hillside Memorial Park in Redlands by a handful of volunteers, a painstaking task that took two-and-a-half years to complete.
Downtown Redlands grew from three separate locations and one had a saloon. Both Edward Judson and Frank Brown, Redlands co-founders, opposed the introduction of saloons in the East San Bernardino Valley. In one of the early temperance meetings the Riverside Press and Horticulturalist reporte…
Just before the groundbreaking for the Redlands Passenger Rail Project on Friday, July 19, former state Sen. Bill Emmerson, a member of the Museum of Redlands board, asked Rep. Pete Aguilar for the shovel he used in the ceremony. City videographer Cheryl Williams arranged for three former Re…
To demolish and build new, or not to demolish: that is the question faced by owners of some old buildings in historic Redlands where many old buildings still grace the downtown streets.
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The Arrowhead Valley chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) gathered on July 2, at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery to recognize Laura Baker Strong and Malvina Jerusha Chapin Rowell as Real Daughters.
The Museum of Redlands has received the 1943 Redlands Fox Theater metal Employee Badge No. 1, which was worn by Ruby Kruse (later Pigott) when she was cashier there from 1943-45.
Redlands’ service organizations handle almost every aspect of life in Redlands, from giving a hand up to the needy, to preserving an extraordinary museum, to funding fine music and music workshops, to providing sports activities for Redlands’ youth. Redlanders and their organizations step fo…
REDLANDS — Receiving an autographed book is not an unusual acquisition for the Museum of Redlands, but the recent gift of “Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations” from University of Redlands graduate Betty Kikumi (now Meltzer) is.
In 1942 Redlands placed observers along Sunset Drive watching for enemy planes. This felt-material U.S. Army Air Force Observer armband worn by those civilian watchmen was donated by Chet and Sherril of Mendocino and was among several Redlands items that belonged to Louis Rabenstein includin…
Among the recent donations to the Museum of Redlands collection is this dog tag from 1961-62. One Redlands resident who was a teenager in 1962 remembers riding his bike from the Kingsbury Elementary School area across town to Sylvan Park to get his dog vaccinated at the annual free rabies cl…
The Redlands Area Historical Society will continue a 44-year tradition when it recognizes six homeowners for the care and stewardship of their architecturally and historically significant structures in the Redlands area at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 17, in the Great Hall at Trinity Episcopal Chu…
One of the items in the A.K. Smiley Public Library Heritage Room collection awaiting display opportunity following the renovation and opening of the Museum of Redlands is a Lois Lauer Realty sign — from the days before the company affiliated with Century 21 in 1998.
The remarkable life of Israel Beal demonstrates much of the American Dream – the opportunity to start with nothing and yet attain great things, even in the face of adversity. The most dramatic example is Abraham Lincoln, who was born in a log cabin and died president of the United States. I…
The Museum of Redlands recently received from Diana Holmes this small bureau from the estate of Redlands schoolteacher Mary Fackler, who received national prominence for originating the saying of the Pledge of Allegiance daily in her classroom in the old Kingsbury School.
It has been known as the San Gabriel Mission Asistencia, San Bernardino Asistencia, Mission Asistencia, an estancia, San Bernardino Rancho and Lugo Rancho.
The Museum of Redlands recently received from David Northrop two Redlands Centennial banners and one flag from the Redlands 1988 centennial celebrations.
Museum of Redlands Capital Campaign chairwomen Marilyn Solter, left, and Linda Serros, center, display items which artist Carol Rochford, right, has designed to debut at the Redlands Festival of the Arts booth the weekend of May 25 and 26 in Smiley Park.
Smiley Heritage Tours of A.K. Smiley Public Library held its annual opportunity drawing luncheon on April 11, at the home of Sean and Mara Comadena.
The Museum of Redlands recently received a vinyl-covered swivel chair used for many years at the Winn’s Drug Store lunch counter at the corner of Colton Avenue and Orange Street.
What is notable about 1894? Two things: City of Redlands was just six years old, and it is 125 years ago. Redlands Conservancy is looking for structures in town that were built in 1894 or earlier to honor with inclusion into Club 125, a listing of old structures in Redlands. Owners of those…
When Redlands receives the services of civil engineering specialists, they are often provided by the local firm Hernandez, Kroone and Associates (HKA), owned by the married team of Richard and Anne Hernandez, two civil engineers who have served Redlands for 32 years.
The family of C. M. Brown recently donated four boxes of photographs and other items to the Museum of Redlands (MOR) through the Heritage Room at the A. K. Smiley Public Library.
Redlands Historian Tom Atchley has donated to the Museum of Redlands a 10-foot, 125-year-old railroad track, a relic of the Redlands street cars operating up Cajon Street beginning in 1888.