This new exhibition marks the centennial of the city of San Marino and examines three families that helped found it.
From the Huntington website:
The exhibition tells the story of the Wilson, Shorb, and Patton families, who helped transform a region of one-time Spanish land grants into an agricultural paradise. Rare family photographs, letters, legal documents, and artifacts will be among the objects displayed.A downloadable gallery guide is available here.
The exhibition runs through May 13. Note: The Huntington Library is closed Tuesdays and opens at 10:30 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays.