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Sentinels in Stone Tribute Journal Release

 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Burnham Residence & Artist's Colony (now Colony 29) was the scenic venue for the release and book signing of PSPF's newest tribute journal, Sentinels in Stone: Palm Springs' Historic Tennis Club Neighborhood and its Iconic Walls, authored by historian Steve Vaught. The 48-page journal chronicles the early history and architecture of Palm Springs as told by the stone structures including elegant residences, artist cabins and lowly turn-of-the century irrigation ditches. Several buildings of the Colony 29 complex were open for touring along with a beautiful garden walk.

 

 

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