Ramona Parlor was organized by a small group of men in their early twenties and met once a week in the historic Patriotic Hall on Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. In its heyday, the group boasted over 1200 members and was considered one of the most influential organizations in southern California. Senator Stephen M. White, Los Angeles Mayor Fred Eaton and Ex-President Richard M. Nixon were all members of Ramona Parlor #109.
The Museum is located on Mission Drive, opposite the San Gabriel Mission Playhouse in the heart of the Mission District and houses a number of fascinating artifacts from California’s colorful history.
Group Tours may be arranged by appointment. Free parking available. Handicap Access.