Pasadena, CA Photos

Primarily developed as a residential community for the wealthy, Pasadena has a rich architectural fabric. Pasadena is also noted for Cal Tech, the Rose Parade, the Huntington Library & the Gamble House.

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City Hall in afternoon light. Pasadena, CA.Carvings over portal of City Hall. Pasadena, CA.City Hall overview. Pasadena, CA.City Hall dome. Pasadena, CA.
City Hall (1925-7) (100 N Garfield Ave.) in afternoon light. Pasadena, CA. Style: Spanish Baroque. Architect: John Bakewell Jr. & Arthur Brown Jr..Carvings over portal of City Hall. Pasadena, CA.City Hall overview. Pasadena, CA.City Hall dome. Pasadena, CA.
Pacific Southwest Trust & Savings Bank building. Pasadena, CA.Star News building. Pasadena, CA.David B. Gamble house. Pasadena, CA.Gamble house front door with leaded glass window of tree. Pasadena, CA.
Pacific Southwest Trust & Savings Bank building (1925) (8 floors) (234 East Colorado Blvd.). Pasadena, CA.Star News building (1925) (3 floors) (525 East Colorado Blvd.). Pasadena, CA.David B. Gamble house (1908) (4 Westmoreland Pl.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman. Architect: Charles & Henry Greene. On National Register. Gamble house front door with leaded glass window of tree. Pasadena, CA.
Louise C Bentz house. Pasadena, CA.Louise C Bentz house. Pasadena, CA.. Pasadena, CA.Swiss chalet. Pasadena, CA.
Louise C Bentz house (1910) (657 Prospect Blvd.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman. Architect: Charles & Henry Greene. On National Register.Louise C Bentz house. Pasadena, CA.(695 Prospect Blvd.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman.Swiss chalet (572 Prospect Blvd.). Pasadena, CA.
Gabled cottage. Pasadena, CA.Millard house. Pasadena, CA.Millard house, first F.L. Wright textile block construction. Pasadena, CA.Millard house detail. Pasadena, CA.
Gabled cottage (575 Prospect Blvd.). Pasadena, CA.Millard house (1923) (645 Prospect Cres.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Textile Block. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register. Millard house, first F.L. Wright textile block construction. Pasadena, CA.Millard house detail. Pasadena, CA.
Robert R. Blacker house. Pasadena, CA.Henry A. Ware house. Pasadena, CA.Howard Longley house. Pasadena, CA.569 S. Marengo at California Avenues. Pasadena, CA.
Robert R. Blacker house (1907) (1177 Hillcrest Ave.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman. Architect: Charles & Henry Greene. On National Register. Henry A. Ware house (1913) (459 Bellefontaine St.). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman. Architect: Charles & Henry Greene. On National Register.Howard Longley house (1897) (1005 Buena Vista). Pasadena, CA. Style: Craftsman. Architect: Charles & Henry Greene. On National Register.569 S. Marengo at California Avenues. Pasadena, CA. Style: Gothic.
Bryan Court rare example of group of American bungalows. Pasadena, CA.Henry E. Huntington Gallery with bronze sculpture of dogs chasing a boar. San Marino, CA.Seahorse fountain at Henry E. Huntington Library. San Marino, CA.Arched wooden bridge in Japanese Garden at Henry E. Huntington Gardens. San Marino, CA.
Bryan Court (1916) (427 S. Marengo Ave.) rare example of group of American bungalows. Pasadena, CA. Style: Bungalow. Architect: D.M. Renton.Henry E. Huntington Gallery with bronze sculpture of dogs chasing a boar. San Marino, CA. Seahorse fountain at Henry E. Huntington Library. San Marino, CA.Arched wooden bridge in Japanese Garden at Henry E. Huntington Gardens. San Marino, CA.
Barrel cactus at Henry E. Huntington Gardens. San Marino, CA.Broad Center for Biological Sciences at Cal Tech. Pasadena, CA.Beckman Auditorium design details at Cal Tech. Pasadena, CA.Gates Chemistry Lab at Cal Tech. Pasadena, CA.
Barrel cactus at Henry E. Huntington Gardens. San Marino, CA.Broad Center for Biological Sciences at Cal Tech (2002). Pasadena, CA. Style: Postmodern. Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. Beckman Auditorium design details at Cal Tech. Pasadena, CA.Gates Chemistry Lab (1917) (now admin) at Cal Tech. Pasadena, CA. Style: Churrigueresque. Architect: Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue & Elmer Grey.
Probably portrait of artist's son Titus by Rembrandt in Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, CA.Rose Parade detail of two seahorses made of flowers. Pasadena, CA.

Probably portrait of artist's son Titus (c 1645-50) by Rembrandt in Norton Simon Museum. Pasadena, CA. Rose Parade detail of two seahorses made of flowers. Pasadena, CA.


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