Anaheim Historical Society Event Tonight!
Dick Dodd, local architect and contributor to the Orange County Register, will offer a PowerPoint presentation on the topic of his book, ³Architectural Styles Orange County² the first comprehensive guide to the evolution of residential styles in our area.
Tuesday Evening, April 20th at 7pm
at Loara Elementary School Auditorium
1601 W. Broadway, Anaheim, CA 92802
Learn how we evolved from the humble adobe homes of pioneering days to today¹s modern residential marvels. Find out about some of our finest architects and visionary builders who made their mark on the world from Orange County. Admission to this event is free and the public is welcome.
Please contact AHS President Helen Myers 714/774-2077. Refreshments will be
In May, you¹re invited to join the Anaheim Historical Society for a traditional spring tea catered by Locke & Nobel Tea Company on the back lawn of the home of AHS Vice President Joyce Morris and her family in the Five Points Historic District of Anaheim.
Sunday Afternoon, May 23rd at 1pm
at the Molt-Morris House
in the Five Points Historic District
1100 W. Center St. (Lincoln & West), Anaheim, CA 92805
Along with the tea, there will be a talk on the history of Five Points. The tea will cost $22 per person and reservations must be received by April 23rd so that all the baking can be completed. Please send your name, phone number and check to the AHS at PO Box 927, Anaheim, CA 92815. For more information
please call Joyce or Robert Morris at 714/772-1420. Parking can be a challenge (carpool if you can) but there is generally some on West St. or in the cul de sac on Center. The entrance to the backyard is behind house on West.
Any questions on the tea, you can email Mrs. Morris at ambrwd (at) sbcglobal (dot) net
And in June:
Save the Date of Friday, June 11th for our Annual Banquet to be held at
Bella Marri¹s in downtown Anaheim.
More details to follow soon!
Hope to see you all at these events!
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