Museum secures Robinson House
Escrow has closed on the purchase of the Robinson House by the Museum. Thanks to generous donors, including $16,000 from the Riverside Museum Associates, the Museum is now set to create a major campaign for the renovation of the House, so that it might serve as the education and interpretive center for the National Historic Landmark Harada House.
You may support the Harada House through the Riverside Museum Associates on this site. See the Harada House tab on this site.
The Riverside Metropolitan Museum has taken the bold step and has entered escrow for the purchase the Cynthia Robinson House for the purpose of providing an interpretative site to further tell the Harada story and that of other local immigrant families. We have been granted an extended escrow to raise the $250,000 for the house purchase as well as to provide sufficient funding for initial renovation and future sustaining. We are looking for the Founding 20. The individuals, families, businesses, corporations, or other entities that make a minimum commitment of $10,000 will be commemorated on a plaque as founders of this interpretive center. To see how you can help, please go to the Harada House section on this site.