Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: [unspecified]

5721 Pasadena Avenue
Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA

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Wood's Hall was located at 5721 1/2 Pasadena Avenue in Highland Park.


Wood's Hall was used as a multi-purpose assembly and meeting space during the early 20th century, and was something of a community center for the town of Highland Park, The facility was in operation c. 1906, when the local Ebell Club used it for its first meetings. A note in the Highland Park Herald stated in 1906: "C.C. Reed...has leased Wood's Hall and will be prepared to furnish same for entertainments, club and lodge meetings." (See Wood's Hall, Highland Park Herald, 03/17/1906, p.2.) Britta M.G. Stott taught physical culture and elocution at Wood's Hall in 08/1906. (See Stott advertisement, Highland Park Herald, no. 10, 08/18/1906, p. 4.)

PCAD id: 16554