Anaheim resident and historical past instructor, Ed Wiesmuller has caught the attention of many Anaheim historical past lovers these days. His new spin on an outdated favourite sort of comparability images has all of the classic flare with simply sufficient historical past combined in it to be entertaining and academic. It was simply final Summer season when Ed determined to hitch in on the “Historical past of Anaheim” group web page through FACEBOOK, the place he rapidly dove in head first, instantly contributing his images, Anaheim historical past information and in addition added his personal type to the group.
Ed’s signature is his “Then & Now” images of historic properties all through Anaheim. This would be the first of a number of posts that characteristic Ed’s pictures, which often characteristic one in all his basic automobiles, together with historic data on the properties. This distinctive and really fascinating type utilized by Mr. Wiesmuller, captures the Classic aura that many people “Anaheim’ians” love a lot.
THE BACKS RESIDENCE
188 N. Classic Lane
THE FISCUS RESIDENCE
902 W. Broadway
1001 South Los Angeles Road (now Anaheim Blvd.) at Vermont Road. It was later
moved to 902 West Broadway.
Word from J’aime Rubio: My mom used to babysit at that home within the early Nineteen Sixties, and she or he all the time mentioned the home was creepy!
THE BOEGE RESIDENCE
500 N. Clementine
One of many first properties constructed on this tract, the Boege house price a reported $8,000 on the time it was constructed in 1922. Designed by architect, Frank Benchley for Vice President of First Nationwide Financial institution and Metropolis Treasurer, Charles Boege and his household. This 7-room home was thought-about probably the most costliest of the time. Fortunately this house nonetheless stands in its unique location.
THE DUCKWORTH RESIDENCE
521 N. Lemon St.
Inbuilt 1922, this was the house of William E. Duckworth. William was the son of J.W. Duckworth, the postmaster of Anaheim. A member of the Diploma of the Woodmen of the World, Duckworth was additionally a neighborhood gas and feed service provider and land developer. This house continues to be in its unique location.
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(Copyright 2014) J’aime Rubio, Dreaming Casually Publications
Photographs: Archived Photographs c/o Anaheim Public Library Archive Assortment
Newer pictures c/o Ed Wiesmuller, All Rights Reserved.
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