Our Cornerstone Newsletter

Current Issue:

Fall 2017
  1. - Announcement for 35th anniversary walking tour in the historic Figueroa corridor November 11, 2017
  2. - Introducing the HPHT wishlist
  3. - HPHT takes 7th graders on a tour around historic Sycamore Grove Park
  4. - Bi-annual awards committee fearing up for Sunday, May 6, 2018
  5. - Fire destroys historic Reeves home, adjacent Morrell House also damaged
  6. - Nomination form for bi-annual community preservation awards 2018

Past Issues:

Summer 2017
  1. - HPHT Archives Update
  2. - President’s Message
  3. - Arroyo Seco Seen from Near and Afar
  4. - Dispatch from Gideon Kracov, member of the Southwest Museum Site Steering Committee
Spring 2017
  1. - Celebrating May Preservation Month and 35 Years of Highland Park Heritage Trust
  2. - President’s Message
  3. - Preserve the Lummis Home
Winter 2017
  1. - HPHT’s Nicole Possert Now Restore Oregon’s Director of Development
  2. - Letter to HPHT from Antonio Castillo
  3. - 2017 Initiatives to Strengthen and Support the Ongoing HPHT Mission and Goals: A Call to Action
  4. - Lummis Day to Present 2017 “Noisemaker Award” to Author and Journalist Hector Tobar
  5. - HPHT Holiday Noise
Spring 2016
  1. - A Story Not Quite Finished: A Literary Adventure by Ann Walnum
  2. - Scenes from the Bob Inman Walking Tour
  3. - Bob Ebinger and the Highland Park Heritage Trust
Winter 2016
  1. - Renee Stark, Founding Member
  2. - HPHT Initiatives
  3. - New Board Members Eric Magallon and JJ Jackman
Fall 2015
  1. - A Recollection by Diana Barnwell
  2. - President's Message
  3. - CEQA 101
Summer 2015
  1. - New HPHT Board Member : Marcia Gurrola
  2. - Founding Board Member Frank Parrello
Spring 2015
  1. - Rockhaven
  2. - The Lighting and Hardware Shop at Character Projects
Winter 2015
  1. - Restoration in Montecito Heights: One Couple's Story
  2. - Northeast Los Angeles Christmas Party!
  3. - SurveyLA is coming to Northeast Los Angeles
  4. - Southwest Museum Declared a National Treasure!
Fall/Winter 2014
  1. - What is an HPOZ
  2. - Lummis Inducted into the California Library Hall of Fame
  3. - Southwest Museum Centennial
Spring / Summer 2014
  1. - 2014 HPHT Awards Roundup
  2. - HPHT Partners with the Hermon Community
  3. - The Corsi Saga Continues
  4. - The Living Museum
Winter 2014
  1. - Temple Beth Israel Celebrates 90 Years
  2. - Membership in Action
Fall 2013
  1. - Shoppers Market Building Recommended for Monument
  2. - Membership in Action
  3. - Feature Film on Antonio Corsi Uncovers More Surprises
  4. - Time Moves So Fast
Summer 2013
  1. - Los Angeles Mural Ordinance
  2. - Soda Tasting 3
  3. - California Environmental Quality Act Reform – State Bill 731
  4. - NELA Newspaper Pilot Project Update with Kate Dundon, Project Manager
  5. - Documenting the History of the Ebell Club of Highland Park
  6. - James E. De Long, Architect (1921-2013)
Spring 2013
  1. - Highland Park Heritage Trust Collaborative Partner in Haynes Foundation Grant
  2. - HPHT involvement in the Community
  3. - 10 Year Anniversary of Autry/Southwest Museum Merger
Winter 2013
  1. - Thirty Years!
  2. - Lummis Books to be at January Meeting
  3. - Act Local, Think Monumental
Fall 2012
  1. - Happy Anniversary HPHT!
  2. - Community Garden at the Southwest Museum
  3. - Entertainment, Creative Performance and Tourism: the City of LA – Cultural Institutions along the Arroyo Seco Parkway
Winter 2012
  1. - Scott Wilson, Founder of Northeast Trees
  2. - Ushering in 30 Years of Preservation Advocacy
  3. - Relighting the Historic Signs of Figueroa Street: Manning’s Coffee Store Roof Sign Shines Anew
Fall 2011
  1. - The Suffragette Legacy in Garvanza Grows
  2. - Stair Street Ghosts Walking Tour Oct. 30
  3. - Sweet Success of Summer Soda Tasting
Summer 2011
  1. - Mt. Angelus’ “Stair Street Ghosts”
  2. - Preservation through Practice Pilots at Heritage Square
  3. - Relighting the Historic Signs of Figueroa Street Update
  4. - Benevenuto Marta Soligo
Winter/Spring 2011
  1. - Archiving, Advocacy and Activities
  2. - Have You Seen This Billboard in Your Neighborhood?
  3. - Progress Report: Relighting the Historic Signs of Figueroa Street
Fall 2010
  1. - Garvanza HPOZ to be Extension of Highland Park HPOZ
  2. - Garvanza Book to be Released
  3. - Centennial Celebration
  4. - Roadside Architecture of Route 66 in Highland Park
  5. - The Place Matters Community Challenge Grant
Spring 2010
  1. - 2009-2010 HPHT Awards
  2. - The Organization That Works Together Makes Things Happen
  3. - Some Observations Around the 2010 H.P.H.T. Awards
Fall 2009
  1. - Preservation Advocacy Primer
  2. - Questions Instruct
  3. - Members Make an Organization Function Productively
Winter 2009
  1. - The Little 6422 Garvanza Street House
  2. - President’s Message Winter 2010
  3. - Please Help Save L.A.’s Historic Interiors
  4. - L.A.’s Preservation Ordinance: Myths and Realities
  5. - Economic Recovery Assistance? Consider the Mills Act Program for 2010
Fall 2008
  1. - In Memoriam: Grayson Cook
  2. - Greetings from Cambridge!
  3. - Hermon Car Wall Designation
  4. - Southwest Museum Advocacy Update
Summer 2008
  1. - Gothic Revival House to Come to Garvanza
  2. - President’s Corner
Spring 2008
  1. - Highland Park . . . The Book!
  2. - President’s Corner
  3. - Restoration Workshop
November / December 2007
  1. - How to Come Up With a Nomination
  2. - Chicken Boy Loves Highland Park
  3. - HPHT Christmas Party in the home of Eleana and Greg Williams
  4. - Scenes from the 63rd Annual Highland Park Christmas Parade
September / October 2007
  1. - Memorial Benches to be Dedicated
  2. - Victory for Garvanza Residents
  3. - President’s Corner
  4. - New Roof for Venerable Hale House
  5. - From There to Here — A Personal View
January / February 2007
  1. - Win an Exquisite Judson Studios Stained Glass Panel
  2. - President's Corner
  3. - York Blvd Task Force
  4. - Garvanza H.P.O.Z. Back on Track
  5. - No Settlement Reached in Wolford Case
  6. - HPHT in Northeast Holiday Parade
November / December 2006
  1. - Pat Samson (1932-2006) HPHT Founding Member
  2. - President's Corner
  3. - Self Realization Fellowship and Nickel-Leong Mansion Declared City Monuments
July / October 1997
  1. - Victorian Moves to New Home
  2. - George W. Morgan: The Nuts and Bolts of Community Building
  3. - HPHT 1997 Annual Events
May / June 1997
  1. - Jack in the Box is the Newest Face on the Block
  2. - Bridge Wins Again: LA Conservancy Award
  3. - HPHT Grant Winner
  4. - Last Remaining Seats: Great Movies in Historic Theaters
  5. - Preservation Comes Home
  6. - Nese Proposal to Save Victorian on Fig.
March / April 1997
  1. - Our Bridge is a Winner
  2. - Poetry in the Windows II
  3. - HPHT Membership Report
  4. - Preservation Comes Home
  5. - Alert: Monument Watch!
  6. - Albert H. Judson - The Birth of a Community
January / February 1997
  1. - 1996 Successes for HPHT
  2. - Cultural Activity = Southwest Museum
  3. - Preservation Activity to Watch in 1997
  4. - Mills Act Passes in late December
  5. - Two Statewide Activities to Take Place in Our Own Back Yard
  6. - New Faces on the Block
July / August 1996
  1. - HPHT Annual Awards Event
  2. - Community Better Served by Revised Blueline Project
  3. - HPHT is Buzzing with Activity
  4. - Historic Arroyo Seco Bridge: Fully Restored by its 100th Year Centennial
  5. - Alfred Beck Chapman, The Seeds of the Community
May / June 1996
  1. - 1996 Walking Tour in Montecito Park
  2. - New Faces on the Block
  3. - Jesse D. Hunter, The Mormon Ranchero
  4. - Blue Line Rail Update
March / April 1996
  1. - The President's Corner
  2. - Julio Verdugo, The Don of San Rafael
  3. - Update on the Issues Affecting our Communities
  4. - Food for Thought
February 1996
  1. - HPHT Launches Newsletter
  2. - The President's Corner
  3. - Annual Recap of Events
  4. - Update on Northeast Community Plan
  5. - Los Angeles - Pasadena Light Rail Update
 

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