Alexander Henry Residence, Anaheim [graphic]
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- ca. 1910 (issued)
Accession number: P15906
Alexander Nicholas Henry residence, located at 1881 West Lincoln Ave. (formerly County Road), Anaheim; Scottish-born Alexander Nicholas Henry, a hero of the Crimean War, arrived in west Anaheim in 1867 and bought 220 acres near Lincoln and Brookhurst Avenues; after the 1886 vine disease wiped out his grapes, Henry replanted his "Caledonia Grove" with citrus and began making orange brandy; this house, once described as a novelty in Roman and Eguptian design, was built in 1905, sold by Henry circa 1909 and was demolished in 1937; image shows the front facade of the two-story, wood-frame house and formal front gate and gardens; two early automobiles parked at the curb.
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- Anaheim Public Library
- Henry, Alexander Nicholas Captain--act. ca. 1867
Citrus fruit industry--California
Anaheim (Calif.)--Historic buildings, etc
- Henry Residence
Citrus fruit industry
Historic buildings, etc
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