VIRTUAL MANSION
TOUR

During our temporary closure, PMH invites you to enjoy glimpses into the Fenyes Mansion from the comfort and safety of your own home through this unique virtual tour.

This Fenyes Mansion Virtual Tour offers online visitors a VIP all-access pass to explore the historic home’s highlights, as well as every intriguing nook and cranny! Click-on prompts in each room provide insights on specific items and Fenyes family history.

Recent Articles

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Mrs. Fenyes and the Movies (Part 4 of 4): The Egyptian becomes the Uptown Theater

When Warner’s Egyptian Theater closed its doors in 1935, Henry Warner, one time owner and then manager of the theater, was out of a job. …

Letterhead, 9 May 1936. (Fenyes Collection, FCP.162.4)

Mrs. Fenyes and the Movies (Part 3 of 4): Warner’s Egyptian Theater

Warner’s Egyptian Theater opened in Pasadena, California on May 6, 1925 as a combination vaudeville, legitimate theater, and movie house. It offered the latest feature …

Image of what the Mission Theater marquee might have looked like

Mrs. Fenyes and the Movies (Part 2 of 4): The Mission Theater

Clune’s Broadway Theater, built by William (Billy) Clune on Eva Fenyes’ property at 528 South Broadway in Los Angeles, opened in October 1910. Just months …

The American proposes (Pasadena, California) [actors: Carol Dempster & Richard Barthelmess], November 1918. Colored pencil on paper, 6.5 x 5 in. (Fenyes Collection, ESF.012.3122)

Mrs. Fenyes and the Movies (Part 1 of 4): Los Angeles

Eva Fenyes came to Pasadena in 1896, attracted by the temperate climate, the beautiful landscape, and the quality of light which is so unique to …