Historic bell to find new home at museum in Frazier Park

  • Photo provided by Ridge Route Communities Museum

    Photo provided by Ridge Route Communities Museum

By Bonnie Kane, RRCMHS

The community of Frazier Mountain Park was founded as a second-home, recreational community for the city of Glendale, California in the 1920’s. After several serious fires in those early years, the developers of the subdivision asked…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Left: The tower currently holding the historic bell; above: the bell sitting inside its towers; below: an artist’s concept of the new tower to be built and located at the museum when the bell can finally be moved.

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This is part of the July 5, 2024 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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