McNally Mansion in Altadena Is Postcard-Worthy History Worth Preserving

By Lisa Johnson Mandell The iconic, three-story Andrew McNally mansion in Altadena, CA, is now on the market for $3.79 million. A lucky buyer can live in the residence once known the world over as a recruiting tool for the Southern California lifestyle. Born in 1838, McNally originally hailed from Northern Ireland and partnered with William Rand in the map business in Chicago in the 1860s,… Keep reading

deasy/penner Welcomes Lilian Pfaff, Ph.D

deasy/penner Welcomes Lilian Pfaff, Ph.D Lilian Pfaff, originally from Europe, came to Los Angeles over 10 years ago and engaged immediately with California Architecture through her contributions and research studies for several exhibitions presenting the work of the architects Richard Neutra, John Lautner, Smith & Williams and Luis Barragán for the Hammer Museum and Art, Design… Keep reading

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Queen Anne home built in 1888 for mapmaker Andrew McNally hits the market

By Marilyn Kalfus A Queen Anne-style mansion in Altadena built in 1888 for mapmaker Andrew McNally is for sale for the first time in 65 years. The 6,938-square foot, nine-bedroom house at 654 E. Mariposa St. is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The manse was designed by Frederick Roehrig, architect of Pasadena’s landmark… Keep reading

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