Our mission is to preserve and maintain Bolton Hall Museum and the historical record of Rancho Tujunga.
Travel down any street in Tujunga and you’re certain to encounter hand-crafted Arroyo stone homes, foundations, chimneys, retaining walls, and other architectural remnants from the early 20th century.
Today, these important links to our pioneer past are critically endangered, as uninformed residents and insensitive developers continue to eliminate these historic and character-defining features from our neighborhoods.
Little Landers Historical Society is currently pursuing
Historic-Cultural Monument designations for these three sites.
We are working against the clock to protect these touchstones
that tell the story of Tujunga's unique pioneer past.
Your financial support makes it possible for us to continue our efforts.
Can you make a donation to help us preserve our history?
Use the donation button below for credit card or PayPal.
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Mail your check to LLHS, P O Box 203, Tujunga, California 91043.
Any amount you can give is appreciated.
We Thank you!
The Hardin House
The Reavis House
The Rowley House