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Gamble House Conservancy

The nonprofit organization oversees the Gamble House in Pasadena, California, which stands as the most complete and well-preserved work of American Arts and Crafts architects Charles and Henry Greene. 

Preserving an Architectural Landmark in Southern California

Gamble House Conservancy

Originally built in 1908 as the winter residence for David Gamble (son of Proctor & Gamble Company co-founder James Gamble) and his wife, Mary, the three-story Gamble House was deeded in 1966 to the city of Pasadena in a joint agreement with the University of Southern California School of Architecture. A decade later, it was declared a National Historic Landmark and stands today as a historic site, house museum, and iconic landmark of 20th-century American Craftsman architecture.

The Gamble House Conservancy was established to conserve, maintain, and interpret the work of acclaimed architects Charles and Henry Greene. The home is open to the public and offers educational programming that maintains academic ties with schools of architecture, the arts, and related disciplines. Preserved with all of its original furnishings, which were designed by the Greene brothers, the Gamble House partners with educational institutions to allow students to study and live on the property, inspiring the next generation of architects.

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