The next episode of the Alhambra Source Podcast showcases the documentary film project of Baldwin Chiu and Larissa Lam. The film, Finding Cleveland, uncovers the history of Chiu’s family as early Chinese American settlers in the Mississippi Delta and how the Chinese Exclusion Act shaped their tragic history.
On Wednesday evening of March 28th the Alhambra Historical Society will host the Annual Joint Dinner meeting with the Dinsmoor Heritage House Cultural Museum, the Ramona Museum of California History, the San Gabriel Historical Society, the Historical Society of Temple…
Jeu Foon surveyed buildings that would make good nuclear fallout shelters in the summer of 1969 and 1970.
Join Alhambra Preservation Group and Alhambra Historical Society at a co-sponsored event to explore the life and architectural designs of Reginald Davis Johnson, Alhambra’s link to this architectural visionary and learn more about other architects whose designs can be found…
A glimpse into the life of a WWll veteran and Alhambra High School alumnus – Larry Stevens.
Anthony Seto goes through the Alhambra Historical Society's impressive archive and why the museum needs volunteers.
The Alhambra Preservation Group presents a series of summer-related photos from the past. The season is all about ice cream and basking in the outdoors.
We've compiled some photos of Alhambra from the 1920s to the 1950s. Things were pretty different back then, as evidenced by a "Neighbor Queen Contest" and a cake baking showdown.
The Amaros, founders of the Alhambra Preservation Group, talk about historic home preservation in Alhambra, and what it means to keep architectural traditions alive.
Marijune Wissmann, an Alhambra resident for more than 50 years, worked as a stenographer on the Manhattan Project. Divulging secrets, she was told, was punishable by death.