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August 2020 Newsletter

Showcasing our latest film of the Nellie Gail Moulton Exhibit We hope you enjoy this guided tour at Casa Romantica with Jane Barnes, Nellie’s granddaughter. This exhibit will be shown until September 6, 2020. It is temporary closed, but will reopen based on statewide and county guidelines. The gallery is located at 415 Avenida Granada,…

Laguna Playhouse

Moulton Theatre Mrs. Lewis Moulton was a founder of  the Laguna Playhouse. As a major donor for the 1969 construction of the Moulton Theatre, Nellie provided a $100,000 gift that made the new playhouse possible. She was pivotal to the fundraising campaign that secured this $450,000 350 seat theater in her nineties. William L. Pereira…

July 2020 Newsletter

Heritage. Community. Philanthropy. Happy Fourth of July from the Moulton Museum!   Who was Nellie Gail Moulton? Pioneer, Artist and so much more reopened at Casa Romantica, but is temporarily closed. Please visit casaromantica.org for current status. 415 Avenida GranadaSan Clemente, CA 92672 The exhibit, which has been extended through Sept. 6, 2020, marks the…

Aliso Wood Canyons

The Moulton Museum is committed to supporting local agencies with its local history. We are collaborating with the OC Parks staff to develop exhibits for the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park Visitor Center. This 2,500 square-foot visitor center has “interpretive displays and a welcome station with information and maps to educate the public on…

June 2020 Newsletter

Who Was Nellie Gail Moulton? Nellie Gail Moulton, circa 1915, photographed at Moulton Ranch. Courtesy of the Moulton Museum. We are excited to announce that the exhibit at Casa Romantica has been extended to September 6th, 2020. While the actual date of the gallery opening remains unknown at this time, visit the website at casaromantica.org for information about the…

Lewis Fenno Moulton

Lewis Fenno Moulton was born on January 17, 1854 in Chicago, Illinois to John Tildon Moulton, his Harvard educated lawyer father, who was one of the first editors of the Chicago Tribune. John was a classmate and friend of Abraham Lincoln. His mother Charlotte (Harding) Hiller Moulton was native to Maine. Lewis F. Moulton decided…

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