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July 2020 Newsletter

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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 for current status.

415 Avenida Granada
San Clemente, CA 92672

The exhibit, which has been extended through Sept. 6, 2020, marks the first comprehensive art exhibition in more than fifty years. It features the ranch owner’s work in more than 50 years.

Social distancing measures will be imposed per guidelines from the California Department of Public Health. According to Casa Romantica, tickets will be limited to a maximum of 80 visitors per hour, with a maximum of 40 guests at any given time on the grounds.

Self-guided tours will also follow a one-way route while masks will be required in order for guests to enter the center and for the duration of their visit.

The admissions fee will still be $5 for adults and free for children under the age of 13, as well as active military with ID.

“So Beautiful!”
– Alan and Sarah Hogan (with Baby Felicity) Mountain View, CA

– Dan Bellah, San Antonio, TX

“Thanks for the good time!”
– Jan Welch, Desert Hot Springs, CA

Purchase Your Own Nellie Gail Moulton Giclée


A sample painting is featured in the Casa Romantica Gift Shop. Visit for more information.

From the Moulton Museum Archive


We are digitizing the personal papers of Lewis Fenno Moulton and other family members. Contact if you’d like to donate to our collection. Visit for more information.

Telegraph from L.C. Fenno to Lewis Moulton, July 22, 1904 (2017.03.08) The Western Union Telegraph Company Received at Los Angeles, Cal. “503sf qm m 17 collect He Boston Mass.? july 22-04 Lewis F. Moulton, Los Angeles. Spring wool sold twelve half market stronger now advise shipping lambs if good condition otherwise sell. L.C. Fenno 11:18a.m.”