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Highland Park Heritage Trust is part of a larger family of organizations working in the community. For help in getting to know our historic region, take a look at the following alphabetically listed websites:
Arroyo Arts Collective
Arroyo Seco Journal
Local monthly newsletter for the northeast LA area
Arroyo Seco Foundation
All about the Arroyo Seco watershed, Southern California's most celebrated canyon
An independent & free press for all of Northeast Los Angeles
Bob Taylor Real Estate
The City of Los Angeles
The Eagle Rock Association
Friends of the Southwest Museum
Garfield Heights Neig
Connecting through places that matter
a dynamic online community for exploring heritage and cultural travel destinations and life-enriching experiences. Brought to you by Heritage Travel, Inc., a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Heritage Square Museum
Heritage Square Museum Blog
Historical Society of Southern California
A history organization housed in the home of Charles Fletcher Lummis along the arroyo in Highland Park.
The Irvine Museum
18881 Von Karman Avenue
Irvine, CA 92612
Tuesday - Saturday 11AM to 5PM
The Judson Studios
LA as Subject
LA as Subject is a research alliance dedicated to preserving and improving access to the raw material of Los Angeles history.
Little Landers Historical Society
Bolton Hall Museum
10110 Commerce Ave.
Tujunga, CA 91043
Tuesdays and sundays 1:00PM to 4PM
Exhibit "Water" until September 21, 2010
Los Angeles Conservancy
An umbrella preservation organization serving greater Los Angeles. Thier site has a very extensive list of preservation-related links.
Los Angeles Heritage Alliance
Lummis Day Community Foundation, Inc.
Montecito Heights Improvement Association
Mt. Washington Association
Northeast Los Angeles Network (of neighborhoods)
The Office of Historic Resources
Saving our past for the future
Route 66 Mother Road Museum Barstow, CA
Los Angeles’ very first museum
5917 N. Figueroa St
Highland Park, CA 90042