A Visit to the Gamble House, an Arts & Crafts Gem in Pasadena

Gamble House exterior. (Photo Courtesy of the Gamble House. © Alexander Vertikoff)
Historic preservation takes commitment, money, and owners who care.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W hile I was in Pasadena, Calif., a few weeks ago, I visited the Gamble House, the Greene & Greene home commissioned in 1908 by David and Mary Gamble, Proctor & Gamble heirs from Cincinnati. Then, Pasadena was little more than a town but already renowned in the Midwest and Northeast for its ideal climate and clean air. I haven’t walked through the house in years but wanted to see it again and present it as a house that’s a work of art to be adored, protected, and interpreted. How well are its masters stewarding it?

Gamble House, Charles and Henry Greene
(Photos Courtesy of the Gamble House)
Charles Sumner
(Photo Courtesy of the Gamble House)

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