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The historic home of Warren K. and Belle R. Dunn, designed by Architect C.W. Buchanan in 1904. The building is currently named for Herbert J. Taylor, a close friend and counselor of Charles Fuller, the Founder of Fuller Seminary and a member f the seminary's founding Board of Trustees. Taylor was President of Club Aluminum Company, a devoted Christian, he established the Christian Workers Foundation and was a charter member of the National Association of Evangelicals. He served Fuller Seminary with his leadership and love for 31 years.

The mansion was designed in the Craftsman style and maintains much of the character of the original design, except for the enclosure of the back porch. Located at Oakland Avenue and Ford Place, on the campus of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.Fuller Theological Seminary, 135 North Oakland Avenue.
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