Landmark No. 191 – Yorba-Slaughter Adobe

Background History From California’s Office of Historic Preservation:

This example of early California architecture was built in 1850-53 by Raimundo Yorba. Purchased in 1868 by Fenton Mercer Slaughter, it was preserved as a memorial to him by his daughter, Julia Slaughter Fuqua.

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Personal Experience:

The outside driveway and the surrounding roads are all blocked off due to construction.  It is now a museum but you cannot go in because the area is completely fenced off at the time I visited the place.  I was able to only take pictures from the outside of the fence.

Apologies for some of the pictures that came out blurry.

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Landmark No. 191 - Yorba-Slaughter Adobe

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