Henry and Arabella Huntington looked to the future by safeguarding the past
Alfonso C. Gomez, Henry E. Huntington’s longtime valet, sat for an interview in 1959, more than three decades after his employer’s death.
The Huntington's copy of the first edition of the play upended the play's history
In 1914, Henry E. Huntington acquired from the Duke of Devonshire a collection of English drama that included one of two surviving copies of the first edition of Hamlet
Author Lynell George reflects on assembling the Huntington timeline
As part of the preparation for The Huntington’s Centennial year, Los Angeles–based journalist and essayist Lynell George spent months delving into the history of the institution
Beekeeper Kevin Heydman's relocation process is one for the books
Bees are no strangers to The Huntington. There are numerous hives in trees on the property that cause few problems