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Historical Markers in Huntington Beach, California

 
Clickable Map of Orange County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Orange County, CA (389) Los Angeles County, CA (1262) Riverside County, CA (172) San Bernardino County, CA (281) San Diego County, CA (348)  OrangeCounty(389) Orange County (389)  LosAngelesCounty(1262) Los Angeles County (1262)  RiversideCounty(172) Riverside County (172)  SanBernardinoCounty(281) San Bernardino County (281)  SanDiegoCounty(348) San Diego County (348)
Santa Ana is the county seat for Orange County
Huntington Beach is in Orange County
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1California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — 126 Main StreetHistoric Site of the Standard Market
A stylish two story Zigzag Moderne market was built and operated in 1926 by Roy de Britton and his son Bob. The open air market contained a meat market, produce counters and the rainbow lunch counter, a popular meeting place. Night time . . . Map (db m51965) HM
2California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — 36 — Auditorium and Tower
This 1926 structure is an excellent example of Lombard Romanesque Revival architecture. The school site was donated in 1908 to the five year old Huntington Beach Union High School district by the town developers, the Huntington Beach Company. . . . Map (db m50021) HM
3California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — Duke KahanamokuAugust 24, 1890 - January 22, 1968
Duke Kahanamoku, three time Olympic gold medalist swimmer, public servant, goodwill ambassador of the State of Hawaii, and considered by many to be the father of modern surfing. In the early 1920's, the Duke surfed under Huntington's Pier. In his . . . Map (db m51964) HM
4California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — Lloyd Wright’s Tower
In recognition of Lloyd Wright's 94 foot high sign tower that was to have been erected on this spot. It's defeat is symbolic of the democratic process in which we live. The people did not wish this sign tower to be erected as they felt it . . . Map (db m207168) HM
5California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — 9 — Newland HouseBuilt 1898
Wm. Taylor Newland and Mary Juanita Newland settled in Huntington Beach in 1898. An early civic leader and agricultural developer. Newland was a pioneer in clearing the Santa Ana River lowlands for productive farming. Restored by Huntington Beach . . . Map (db m50081) HM
6California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — Scout CabinCity of Huntington Beach Historical Site
This rustic cabin was erected in 1924 by the Lions Club, local carpenters union and Edison Company as a center for scouting in Huntington Beach and has been in continuous use by Troop 1, Boy Scouts of America, ever since. The cabin was . . . Map (db m59874) HM
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7California (Orange County), Huntington Beach — Site of the S.R. Bowen Buildings1920-1989
Three industrial buildings were located at 1980 Lake Street and were operated by Samuel R. Bowen and his partner, Sisti Siracusa, as the S.R. Bowen Company and the Bowen Fishing Tool Company. The S.R. Bowen Company was founded in 1920 and was . . . Map (db m59873) HM
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022