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The Gamble House [CA]

Noted architects Charles and Henry Greene designed the Gamble House in 1908 for the Gamble family of Proctor & Gamble fame. The home is one of the finest examples of Arts and Crafts style architecture in the country. Today, the home is administered by the University of Southern California and serves as a historic house museum.

The house offers guided tours and special events such as presentations. The website offers visitor information, a history of the home, biographies of the architects, a virtual tour, and an events calendar.