Co-authors Julianna Delgado, a professor of urban planning at Cal Poly Pomona, and John G. Ripley, an aerospace engineer and local historian, will discuss and sign their new book in the Images of America series, Pasadena's Bungalow Heaven.
From the Vroman's website:
Bungalow Heaven, Pasadena's first and largest landmark district, contains the nation's finest collection of middle-class homes of the American Arts and Crafts period. Saved from the wrecking ball in the late 1980s by a grassroots movement that would regenerate the city, it was listed in 2008 on the California Register and in the National Register of Historic Places. With its human-scaled houses, welcoming front porches, and walkable tree-lined streets, the APA deemed this heavenly place as a "Great Neighborhood" in its Great Places in America program. Pasadena's Bungalow Heaven is in the iconic format of the Images of America Series and features historical images that serve as a loving reminder of a simpler way of life.Photo by Flickr user miss_curse_10, used under a Creative Commons license.