ECV1850 Plaque:
Henry Miller Summer Home


[ Photo of Henry Miller summer home. ]


[ Photo of Henry Miller summer home plaque. ]


[ Photo of Henry Miller summer home plaque. ]

(Text of Rededicated plaque.)

HENRY MILLER SUMMER HOME
THIS PARK WAS ONCE THE SUMMER HOME OF "THE CATTLE KING"
HENRY MILLER. MR. MILLER WAS THE DOMINANT PARTNER
IN THE FIRM MILLER & LUX. THE LARGE FOUNDATION ON
YOUR LEFT WAS MRS. MILLER'S HOME, AND THE OTHER
TWO FOUNDATIONS WERE A DINING HALL AND POSSIBLY
THEIR SON'S HOUSE. ARRIVING IN AMERICA AS A PENNILESS
IMMIGRANT, HENRY MILLER DIED ON OCTOBER 14, 1916,
OWNING OVER 1,000,000 ACRES OF LAND AND
1,000,000 HEAD OF CATTLE.

ORIGINALLY DEDICATED JULY 26, 1975
REDEDICATED SEPTEMBER 8, 1996
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER No. 1850
E CLAMPUS VITUS

"RIGHT WRONGS NOBODY"

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Plaque located in
Mount Madonna County Park,
Gilroy.
Santa Clara County, CA.

The Park is on Hwy.152 (Hecker Pass Road),
east of Gilroy.
Follow signs from the park's
entrance to the Miller Home site.





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