Presidents, Activists, Celebrities… Oh My! Movers and Shakers at the Mission Inn. The Glenwood Hotel, circa 1880. T he Glenwood Mission Inn, circa 1905-1910. President William Howard Taft and his infamous chair. . President Roosevelt replanting one of Riverside’s
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Presidents, Activists, Celebrities… Oh My!
Movers and Shakers
at the Mission Inn.
The Glenwood Hotel, circa 1880.
The Glenwood Mission Inn, circa 1905-1910.
President William Howard Taft and his infamous chair.
President Roosevelt replanting one of Riverside’s
parent Navel Orange trees, 1903.
Booker T. Washington stayed at the Mission Inn in 1914, and later wrote Frank Miller about his stay.
*Letter courtesy of the Riverside Metropolitan Museum
Dear Mr. Miller,
When beautiful dreams are realized they enter lives dark as night and change their blackness into light.
Other notable visitors include…
Susan B. Anthony
John F. Kennedy visited the Mission Inn as part of a five day Institute of World Affairs conference in 1940.
He attended while still a student at Harvard, and drafted summaries for round table discussions.
Richard and Pat Nixon were married at the Mission Inn, 1940.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan honeymooned at the Inn, 1952.