About Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens or The Huntington is an accumulations based instructive and research organization set up by Henry E. Huntington 1850– 1927 and situated in Los Angeles County in San Marino, California. Notwithstanding the library, the organization houses a broad workmanship gathering with a concentration in eighteenth and nineteenth century European craftsmanship and seventeenth to mid-twentieth century American workmanship. The property likewise incorporates around 120 sections of land of specific organic finished greenery enclosures, most strikingly the "Japanese Garden", the "Abandon Garden", and the "Chinese Garden" Liu Fang Yuan. As a landowner, businessperson and visionary, Henry Edwards Huntington, 1850– 1927, assumed a noteworthy part in the development of southern California. Huntington was conceived in 1850, in Oneonta, New York, and was the nephew and beneficiary of Collis P. Huntington 1821– 1900, one of the well known "Enormous Four" railroad big shots of nineteenth century California history.