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The San Buenaventura Conservancy, a non-profit historic preservation organization in Ventura County

The San Buenaventura Conservancy, is a non-profit historic preservation organization in Ventura County, California. Protecting the built environment, archeology, architecture and cultural resources for future generations.

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22/09/2022

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21/09/2022
Tổng kho gia dụng số 1 updated their phone number. 20/09/2022

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citizensjournal.us 07/03/2016

Santa Paula Historic Hardison Home: Planned Development of 53 Homes | Citizensjournal.us

http://citizensjournal.us/santa-paula-historic-hardison-home-planned-development-of-53-homes/

citizensjournal.us

vcstar.com 01/03/2016

Ventura’s Pierpont Inn red-tagged after ‘significant’ work done without permits

Pierpont Lobby Gutted... A travesty to a known landmark.

http://www.vcstar.com/news/local/ventura/venturas-pierpont-inn-red-tagged-after-significant-work-done-without-permits-2c8a7bcf-ad1d-2ea4-e053-370046331.html

vcstar.com The city of Ventura has declared the lobby, restaurant and bar in the historic Pierpont Inn unfit to enter, after discovering the owners had done significant work to the landmark without any permits.

vcstar.com 11/02/2016

Proposed housing project on historic Santa Paula site draws opposition

http://www.vcstar.com/news/local/santa-paula/proposed-housing-project-on-historic-santa-paula-site-draws-opposition-2a33390d-a25e-4be5-e053-01000-368389381.html

vcstar.com A developer's plan to build 53 houses on the site of a historic property that once belonged to the co-founder of Union Oil and Limoneria has drawn opposition from some residents.

change.org 05/02/2016

City of Santa Paula: Saving a part of the W.L. Hardison Home and Barn in its existing place

That big beautiful Victorian home (and bran) you see while driving out of Santa Paula on Highway 150... It's threatened!
Petition to City of Santa Paula to insist on preserving part of the W.L. Hardison/Procter Home and Barn in its existing place and building the new project on the vacant land around it.

change.org The purpose of this petition is to show our City Planning Dept that preserving our history and our Cultural Resources is important to the community. Allowing the Development of 53 homes and Relocation of the Barn next to the Main House is not the right plan for this Project. There should be a better…

22/01/2016

We hope something cool goes in the Sidecar!

06/01/2016

The California Preservation Foundation will be presenting two preservation workshops next week January 14 and 15, 2016. at City Hall in Ventura.

On Thursday: From Assessment to Treatment: Determining Integrity & Applying the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Historic preservation.
On Friday: Historic Surveys & Designation: From Identification to Nomination

More information here
: http://news.californiapreservation.org/events/integrity-standards-ventura/

02/12/2015

Dudley House Historical Museum

Dudley House Victorian Holiday Boutique 2015

The 22nd Dudley House Victorian Holiday Boutique will again be open from 10am to 6pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting on the Friday after Thanksgiving, November 27. The dates are November 27, 28, 29 and December 4, 5, 6 and 11, 12, 13. One of the great events of the Holiday season on the Central Coast, the House is decorated inside by dozens of crafters who will be selling their items. For information on the event call Jan Hunter at (805)-654-8381.

http://www.dudleyhouse.org/

dudleyhouse.org Home page of San Buenaventura Heritage and the Dudley House in Ventura (San Buenaventura) California

discoversantapaula.com 21/11/2015

Santa Paula Historical Site—Aviation Museum

Plans for the 1884 W. L. Hardison House (Ventura County Landmark #35)
The River Rocks development will alter the Hardison Ranch Santa Paula that can be seen from Highway 150. The house can be retained, the barn moved and rehabilitated and the new 53-unit housing project built on the site.

The City of Santa Paula is accepting comments on the River Rock Development Project Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration.

Project Summary: The Project Site consists of an approximate 19.27-acre property and is currently
improved with four buildings; a residence constructed in 1884, stables constructed in 1885, a secondary
small residence built circa 1910, and a residence/garage built circa 1920. The Project Applicant is
proposing to redevelop the Project Site to provide a new residential subdivision with approximately 54
residential lots including 53 new homes and the retention/rehabilitation of the Hardison House main
residence and barn/stables. Therefore, a total of 54 single-family homes will be located on the future
Project Site. The Proposed Project will require the demolition of all of the existing structures on site with
the exception of the Hardison House main residence and barn/stables, which are recognized as a historic
resource pursuant to CEQA and will be retained on-site. Approximately 9.18 (unbuildable hillside) acres of the Project Site
will be retained as open space.

For more info or to get a copy of the entire report, contact the City of Santa Paula Planning Department:

Community Development Building
Deputy Planning Director - Stratis Perros
200 S. Tenth Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
Tel: (805) 933-4214

discoversantapaula.com Completed in 1884, this was the home of Wallace L. Hardison and his family. Mr. Hardison is remembered primarily for being a co-founder of both the Union Oil and the Limoneira Companies. However, when he built this house neither of these accomplishments had occurred! A businessman of many interests,…

21/11/2015

Santa Paula day here on the San Buenaventura Conservancy site. There are some amazing historic landmarks in Santa Paula!

18/11/2015

The Erle Stanley Gardner Building is getting its terracotta tiles restored. Yay!

vcstar.com 25/10/2015

Ivy Lawn still helping people cope with death after 100 years

Great story about Ventura history and Ivy Lawn in the STAR. The book signing is tomorrow. see the post below for more info.

vcstar.com Some things have changed in the last 100 years, but Ivy Lawn is still helping people cope with death and burial.

17/09/2015

Ventura Charthouse proposed for demolition.
Planning in progress article from VC Reprter
"Apartments, promenade planned for property of Joe’s Crab Shack, Triangle Site in Ventura" By Michael Sullivan 09/16/2015.

http://www.vcreporter.com/cms/story/detail/planning_in_progress/13332/

vcreporter.com 17/09/2015

Ventura County Reporter - Planning in progress

http://www.vcreporter.com/cms/story/detail/planning_in_progress/13332/

vcreporter.com The alternative Web site for Ventura County. News, features, fashion, gossip, arts, opinions, classifieds, personals, entertainment listings, restaurant reviews.

vcreporter.com 27/08/2015

Ventura County Reporter - History resurrected

The latest history book about Ventura has been released. The History of Ivy Lawn is available at Ivy Lawn. Read this article from the VC Reporter for more information.

vcreporter.com The alternative Web site for Ventura County. News, features, fashion, gossip, arts, opinions, classifieds, personals, entertainment listings, restaurant reviews.

vcstar.com 26/08/2015

Stephen Cummings, leader in historic preservation projects, dies at 68

It is with sad hearts we share this news... He was a preservation hero in Ventura.

http://www.vcstar.com/news/local-news/ventura/stephen-cummings-leader-in-historic-preservation-projects-dies-at-68_37919253

vcstar.com Stephen Cummings, whose passion for historic preservation and Democratic politics helped shape Ventura County’s cultural and civic landscape for the past three decades, has died.

26/08/2015

Ojai Arcade and Pergola.
One of the prominent early settlers was Edward D. Libbey, a wealthy glass manufacturer who is responsible for the layout of the town. It was contractor Robert Winfield who built the stately Arcade in 1916 that today houses shops and eateries, but it was Libbey’s money and his vision that the town have a distinctive center faithful to its Spanish heritage. Libbey teamed with architect Richard Requa from San Diego and together they created what today draws the eye and captures the heart. Spanish Revival architecture that unites the area arose from those ashes to become stately landmarks and historic sites. Libbey constructed a home for himself on Foothill Road as his vision for the town was taking hold. The post office tower and the lovely pergola that covers the sidewalk in front of Libbey Park are fruits from the Libbey-Requa team. They also built the El Roblar Hotel,

Image from The Architect Magazine Vol XIII, No. 4, April 1917. (Now in the public domain)

vcreporter.com 30/07/2015

Ventura County Reporter - Memories of Channel Islands Harbor

interesting article in the VC Reporter last week...

http://www.vcreporter.com/cms/story/detail/memories_of_channel_islands_harbor/13150/

vcreporter.com The alternative Web site for Ventura County. News, features, fashion, gossip, arts, opinions, classifieds, personals, entertainment listings, restaurant reviews.

09/07/2015

Postcard Circa 1915, Near Sulphur Mountain Springs behind Santa Paula.

17/06/2015

Matchbook day!

01/06/2015

A tale of two cities

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/a-tale-of-two-cities-2/

Two Southern gems - Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga. - struggle to preserve their historic charms without turning their backs on progress

14/05/2015

Facts about Five Trees

In 1898, Joseph Sexton had 13 blue gum eucalyptus trees planted at the edge of his property. So begins the long, convoluted history of what we presently refer to as “Two Trees.” Those original 13 trees stood for only five years before being engulfed by fire in 1903. Five of the original trees (shown in this photo) managed to survive. For 37 years, locals grew accustomed to seeing five trees above the city, but on Halloween night 1940, pranksters cut down three of the five. The townspeople were outraged, and in 1956 a group got together to plant three replacement trees to bring the number back to five. But vandals hit the hill again, chopping down two and this time leaving three, which citizens again replanted to bring the number back to the historic five. After that, two of these trees soon disappeared and later a third tree died as well, leaving us with the two we see today. In 1986, the Board of Supervisors declared the site a Ventura County Landmark, calling it Five Trees in homage of the original five. County Landmark #110.

Photos: Five trees circa 1930. Color photo of Ventura's two trees from Ventura College September 2006.

26/04/2015

Safeway vs. Vons in the 1960's at Thompson and Borchard in Midtown Ventura. (Vons won). Then Pick and Save went in and they installed a Fotomat booth in the parking lot where Wendy's is now.

24/04/2015

Here's a close up of the "V" on the hill in 1946

24/04/2015

Hey does anyone know when the "V" on the hill was first put up???

Here's a 1946 aerial photo of the hillside over Ventura High School... The "V" was there in 1946... but when was it put up?

23/04/2015

Oak and Main Streets in Downtown Ventura, Let's go to the soda fountain! Circa 1947 ???

14/04/2015

Last minute historical show TONIGHT! In Oxnard.

On Tuesday, April 14th the Friends of Heritage Square invites the public to an educational presentation of “Ventura Then and Now slideshow” by Ventura Architectural photographer Stephen Schafer. The presentation shows landmarks of Ventura County and how they have changes over the decades. Pairing historic photographs of local buildings with his own architectural photographs Stephen weaves stories about how all our favorite landmarks have stood the test of time. The presentation will be at 5:30pm at Heritage Square Hall, 731 South A Street in Oxnard at Heritage Square. Admission is free. Light refreshments are included. The Friends of Heritage Square is an all volunteer based group dedicated to preserving Oxnard’s early history. Potential volunteers and the public are invited to their monthly educational presentations the second Tuesday of every month.
For more information about Stephen’s photography see www.habsphoto.com. For an archive of historic photographs see http://sbconservancy.org/archive2.htm. For information about Heritage Square see www.HeritageSquareOxnard.com

16/03/2015

Some of the Thousand Oaks Eichlers in 2008...

npr.org 16/03/2015

With Sunny, Modern Homes, Joseph Eichler Built The Suburbs In Style

Eichler Homes in the news today on NPR. Did you know there's an Eichler Tract in Thousand Oaks???

http://www.npr.org/2015/03/16/392561864/with-sunny-modern-homes-joseph-eichler-built-the-suburbs-in-style

npr.org The developer was known for well-crafted tract homes that dotted California suburbs after World War II. "The architechture really does inform the way you live," says Eichler home owner Adriene Biondo.

09/03/2015

OK history sleuths...
Not sure exactly where Kings Auto Court was, but by the looks of the background maybe at the base of Taylor Ranch? On the west side? Postmarked in 1936 before the 101 freeway was expanded...

23/02/2015

2009 photo of the Farm Park in Oxnard... It's come a long way baby!

23/02/2015

We love to hear your stories about the "old" college and the "new" college. Were your a student minted at either one?

05/02/2015

Camarillo State Hospital and the Original "Connejo" Grade behind it. Share your stories below.

26/01/2015

The Ventura Depot with trolley 1900 and the Oxnard depot around 1920.

lamag.com 17/01/2015

The Twelve Most Endangered Historic Buildings In Los Angeles - Los Angeles Magazine

http://www.lamag.com/askchris/twelve-endangered-historic-buildings-los-angeles/

lamag.com A Gothic church, an abandoned mental hospital, and the TV home of Joe Friday are in danger of disappearing.

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