The Cornelia White House is a memorable 1893 wooden private structure situated in downtown Palm Springs, California, and is one of the most established surviving structures of any sort in the city. The wonderful spot was made with reused railroad ties taken from under the Palmdale Railroad’s tracks.
The Cornelia White House was manufactured beside the 1884 McCallum Adobe, itself eminent as the adobe home of the zone’s first European American pioneer, John McCallum, and in addition for being the first effective adobe structure in the upper Coachella Valley.
Since 1961 these two structures, today got poplar as the McCallum Adobe-Cornelia White House Museum, are coordinated by and the property of the Palm Springs Historical Society. The noteworthy houses, with different things of nearby history, for example, the most punctual phones in Palm Springs, are available for visitors to see and open to the general population to visit at 221 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs.
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