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Swami Vivekananda

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 1900

 

ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 1900
SOUTH PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 1900
SOUTH PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 1900
According to the Vedanta Society of Southern California, this  photo of Swamiji standing with an umbrella was taken on Monterey Road, South Pasadena. The tree and the house in back of Swamiji are no longer standing

SOUTH PASADENA,CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 1900

In this photo Swamiji is shown standing, leaning on an umbrella, at a corner of the Meads’ house, the rose vine at his back, “while Mrs. Wyckoff, standing on the porch, peeps from behind a pillar. Only a portion of the house is visible in this particular photograph; but in the book Swami Turiyananda by Swami Ritajananda there is a full view of it.”
The house, now known as the Vivekananda House, located at 309 Monterey Road, South Pasadena, was purchased in 1955 by a devotee and was deeded over to the Vedanta Society of Southern California. It was restored to its original state preserving its Victorian flavor and was dedicated in 1956. Since that time it has been further renovated. In 1989 the Vivekananda House was made an official Historic Landmark.
(contributed by:Mohan Rao on 09.07.2011)

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