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Whaley House Garden Restoration Project

By Jessica McGee

What did Mrs. Whaley's garden look like? What plants did she grow and why? How can we best present the historic aspects of these gardens to our visitors today? The newly-formed Whaley House Garden Committee is answering these and many other related questions.

Having determined the period of significance for the gardens as the 1850's through the 1880's, and set major goals for the space, the project is currently in the research and evaluation phase. Can you help us? We have always found our members to be a tremendous resource in any historical data collection effort in the past. Anyone with information regarding the Whaley House gardens, such as: old photographs, vintage postcards, etc., please call the SOHO office at 619-297-9327 or send us an email at

2001 - Volume 32, Issue 1


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SOHO Succeeds in Removing Warner Ranch from Most Endangered List!

President's Message

The La Jolla Saga Continues

SOHO's Preservation Revolving Fund
Update on the Whaley House

Whaley House Garden Restoration Project

Haunted Houses: Preservation Help or Horror?
Historic Façade Easement Program

Villa Montezuma Provides Lessons in Color

California Preservation Foundation 26th Annual Conference

History Alive! Chautauqua

The Binational Preservation Front
SOHO's 2001 People In Preservation Awards

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