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Surely we must be at the Huntington, making a balustrade.Wait. Now that I think of it, I've seen that particular balustrade at the Fenyes mansion. And the Wrigley mansion? Lots of mansions of the early 20th century copied that style from Versailles.I'll go with Huntington, though.
Those balustrades are also on a bridge over the Arroyo Seco near the confluence with Millard canyon. But as to the man, and why he's making them, I haven't a clue (yet). You do find some good ones, Ann.
Making replacement balustrades for the bridge?
first guess: on the east side of the San Rafael ave bridgesecond guess: the La Loma st bridgecasting balustrades
Everyone has the right idea, but the wrong bridge. Those balustrade posts are for the Colorado Street Bridge.
Well, I thought Petrea was right. To me, it looks like the Huntington Gardens.
I want to find out who the good-looking man is, probably some important Pasadena figure we all read about but have never seen. Wild shot: It's not a set designer for Gone with the Wind, is it?
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