November 2021

Moulton Museum wishes you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

Moulton family holiday table, circa 1915 (2017.05.187)

From the Archive

Happy Anniversary, Moultons!
This article was in the Santa Ana Register on November 30, 1908.

Try this classic corn bread recipe for your Thanksgiving gatherings. This submissions was from the 1926 Ebell Society of Santa Ana cookbook. Women shared their favorite traditions with the members for this annual publication. Post your photos with #moultonmemories for us to see them on our social media.

Exhibition

Join us for the Moulton Museum reception for The Art of Nellie Gail Moulton at LCAD Gallery on November 4th, 2021 from 6-9pm. Mary Lee Lindquist will be attending in historical costume as Nellie Gail Moulton. Please swing by the gallery on First Thursdays for a fun evening with light refreshments. If you can’t see the exhibit in-person, take a look at our virtual exhibit.

Jared Mathis and Ilona Martin, LCAD Board of Trustees, at the opening reception. Please read our article in Stu News Laguna.

Nellie Gail Moulton (1878-1972), Harbor Scene with Boats and Wharf, c. 1935, Graphite on paper, Courtesy of Moulton Museum. (2019.15.22)
Nellie Gail Moulton (1878-1972), California Coastline Cliff, Oil on artist's board, Courtesy of Moulton Museum. (2017.01.56)

These painting were conserved by Susan Brown. Ask a Conservator Day will take place on November 4th, 2021. Submit your questions on social media with #AskAConservator on all platforms
 

Moulton Museum | Donate

Join us in celebrating National Small Business Saturday on November 27, 2021. Consider giving the gift of memberships at the $100 Planter level. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization.

-Name Recognition at the Moulton Museum for duration of annual
renewal on the electronic Donor Wall
-Online Newsletters

-Social Media story feature

-SWAG from the Museum Store

Do you have any personal collections that pertain to Rancho Niguel or Moulton Ranch? Please send us a digital copy to archive@moultonmuseum.org.

Are you passionate about local history? Consider joining the Moulton Museum as a volunteer. If you’re interested, go to our form to be considered for a position as a docent, classroom educator, researcher, or event ambassador. Please fill our our form at: moultonmuseum.org/volunteer. Thank you! 

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