Park is now (2012) called Glen Haven & Sholom Memorial Park. The Park offers graves, crypts, niches, above and below ground, scattering garden, and private gardens in a grassy space in the Los Angeles National Forest between Kagel and Lopez Canyons in the San Gabriel Mountains. Plan includes a sketch of the park and a road map showing its location
From University of Hawaii College of Education web site: "In 1929, the TNS, which had outgrown its buildings on the side of Punchbowl, acquired land at the corner of University Avenue and Metcalf Street, and a building plus an annex were erected. A large campus with several buildings was planned for the site. However, in 1931, the legislature merged the TNS with the University, creating the Teachers College ... [in 1951] the Regents named the TC Building Wist Hall"
The San Marcos building is located at the corner of State Street and Anapamu Street. The building was partially destroyed in the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. After the earthquake, the State street portion was demolished and the third story was removed from the Anapamu section
Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso in the small town of San Ildefonso, which is in the hills near Segovia, north of Madrid, Spain. The palace is in a baroque style. It was once the summer residence of the Kings of Spain, now it is open to the public. This view shows a gradually declining staircase, lined with small plinths and a lion statue. The stairs lead to a pool and a small statue of several women perched on a rock. The main palace building is beyond the pool.
Boy standing in a plaza with a fountain in the gardens at Casa del Rey Moro in Ronda, Spain. The gardens were designed by French landscape gardener, Jean Claude Forestier in 1912. Casa del Rey Moro was built in the 18th Century and features a Water Mine, a "secret" passage that enabled workers to bring water up to the house from the Guadelevin River below. The passage goes through many chambers, including the "Room of Secrets."