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Sunday, October 27; 1:00PM - 2:00PM

Charles Gibbs Adams, Landscape Architect

Located in Arboretum Library

Cost

Members free; included in admission

About This Event

Charles Gibbs Adams was a pioneer landscape architect in Southern California. Born and raised in the San Gabriel Valley, he was an early advocate for the use of native California plants.  He designed a number of remarkable, local gardens. He worked with architect Myron Hunt designing the gardens of the Kellogg House in Pomona and the Robinson Gardens in Beverly Hills.

Lecturer: Mitchell Hearns Bishop, Curator of Historical Collections

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