Rowland House (historical)

Local nameRowland House (historical)
LocationCity of Industry, California, United States

John A. Rowland House in the City of Industry, California was built in 1855. It was the home of pioneer John A. Rowland, of the Workman-Rowland party, co-leader of the first American band of settlers to reach Southern California in 1841. John A. Rowland built this home for his second wife, Charlotte M. Gray.

The John Rowland House is noteworthy for being the oldest surviving brick structure in Southern California. Built in 1855, the Greek Revival architecture style was used by John Rowland. Victoria, his daughter of the second marriage, inherited the home and in 1879 married Capt. John W. Hudson. The latter's daughter inherited the property and in 1920 married William Dibble of the Oakwell Rancho in Covina. It is undergoing many improvements in preparation for future reopening.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_A._Rowland_House

Phone +1 626 336 2382

Address 16021 Gale Ave, City of Industry, CA 91745, USA

Coordinates 34°0'38.988" N -117°57'27.495" E

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