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The Dinsmoor Heritage House is a 1929 early California Spanish style house that was acquired by the City of Rosemead as a United States Bicentennial project.
Adelbert and Carrie Dinsmoor, pioneers from Minnesota, raised three sons and one daughter on the 33 acre dairy once owned by the J.W. Robinson family.
The house is now a Cultural and Historical Museum containing period furnishings, glassware, china and silver from the period. Events are planned to showcase the time period of the house. This will allow members to participate in living history.
The house also includes memorabilia of L.J. Rose for whom Rosemead is named and other historical artifacts relating to early Rosemead history.
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