Friday, October 10, 2014
5:30-8:00 in the evening

at the
University of La Verne
President’s Home

also known as the “Wizard of Oz” House)
1105 N. College Avenue
Claremont, California

• Libations, Hors d’oeuvres & Dessert
will be served in the Garden
• Special Docent-led Home Tour
• Exhibition of The Claremont Colleges: Current and Past Presidents’ Homes
• Special Presentation

$50/person in advance
$60/person day of event, if available
This special event is included in our
Special Weekend Package:
$75 / $70 Members

Tickets may be purchased online,
at Claremont Heritage office
or by phoning 909-621-0848

Opening Reception Undewriter:
Wheeler Steffen
Sotheby's International Realty

Built in 1922 for David Crookshank,
Robert Stanton Baum,
the second of four children
of the author of the Wizard of Oz,
L. Frank Baum, lived in the house
from some time in the 1940s
until his death in 1958.

This home is NOT on the
Home Tour on Sunday, Oct. 12.

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Claremont Heritage Home Tour Weekend Oct1 0-12 2014

Individual HOME TOUR tickets may be purchased at several local sites -
Please scroll down for complete listing of businesses.
Special Weekend Package only available in advance online or at Garner House:

Home Tour showcases The Claremont Colleges

omes pictured at right are all on
HOME TOUR • Sunday, October 12.


This is truly a rare opportunity to tour
all seven of these historic homes
in one day! Homes open 10 'til 4.

Check-in at Garner House at
Memorial Park, 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., where you'll receive a program and map.
  Discover more about architectural treasures located on the campus of
The Claremont Colleges.
  Kick off this unique weekend at an
historic home with a very special
history all its own.

Details in the left-hand column.

Come, explore what's behind these doors...

Individual HOME TOUR tickets (only) may be purchased at sites below (cash and checks):
Barbara Cheatley ▪ 215 Yale Ave.
Claremont Heights Postal Center ▪ 2058 N. Mills Ave.
Heirloom ▪ 175 N. Indian Hill Blvd., B101A
Sonja Stump Photography ▪ 135 W. First St.
Wheeler Steffen | Sotheby’s International Real Estate ▪ 500 West Foothill Blvd.

All HOME TOUR WEEKEND event tickets may be purchase at CLAREMONT HERITAGE
(Cash, checks and credit cards welcome)
Open Monday-Friday 9:00am-1:00pm
in the historic Garner House at Memorial Park 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont CA 91711

Claremont Heritage is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All proceeds from the 2014 Home Tour will help
support our mission of preserving and celebrating Claremont’s history and architectural heritage
through advocacy, education and research.

For more information on Claremont Heritage and the 2014 Home Tour please call (909) 621-0848.