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Photograph of the mountain home of John Brown's sons. Owen Brown came to Pasadena in 1886, and lived with his brother Jason, and sister Mrs. Emma Thompson, on Brown Hill North of Pasadena and next to Las Casitas and the Arroyo Seco. They are the children of John Brown the abolitionist who made the raid on Harper's Ferry in 1859.