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Title supplied by cataloger. View of Edward Doheny's Ferndale Ranch, located in Santa Paula amidst the steep mountains of the Los Padres National Forest. Architect Wallace Neff built the 9,000-square-foot mission-style Hacienda as a summer home for oil tycoon Edward Doheny and his wife Estelle, in 1929. Oaks, redwoods and maples create a canopy of shade over the five-bedroom, seven-bath house, which was constructed with two-foot-thick adobe brick walls, and framed with massive wooden beams and columns. In addition to the main residence, there was a manager's house, a guesthouse, a gatehouse, horse stables, citrus orchards, an aviary, a nine-hole golf course, three large reflecting pools, and a small lake stocked with trout.
1 photographic print :b&w ;25 x 20 cm. Photographic prints
00075289 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection Santa Paula-Ranches-Ferndale. CARL0000078404 http://184.108.40.206/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/115528
Architecture--California--Santa Paula--Spanish influences Dwellings--California--Santa Paula Ranches--California--Santa Paula Doheny, Edward L.(Edward Laurence),1856-1935 Neff, Wallace,1895-1982 Ferndale Ranch (Santa Paula, Calif.) Santa Paula (Calif.)