The Patrick Rodgers Farm is located in Pleasant Hill, California. In 1868 Patrick Rodgers and his family moved to this area from the California Mother Lode area to what was then a 149-acre (60 ha) farm. Patrick Rodgers died in 1891 leaving the ranch to his heirs. 16 years later the property was divided among his heirs. Alice and James Rodgers received a 38-acre (15 ha) portion containing the house and barn which were constructed in the 1860s. In 1915, the ranch was sold to Rollo Hough, a partner in the Luther Burbank Company, to become a demonstration farm, but because of financial difficulties it never came to be. A few years later the property was reduced to 18 acres (7.3 ha) and remained that size until the area was developed. Alice Hobart purchased the property in 1937. Alice Hobart, a

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  • The Patrick Rodgers Farm is located in Pleasant Hill, California. In 1868 Patrick Rodgers and his family moved to this area from the California Mother Lode area to what was then a 149-acre (60 ha) farm. Patrick Rodgers died in 1891 leaving the ranch to his heirs. 16 years later the property was divided among his heirs. Alice and James Rodgers received a 38-acre (15 ha) portion containing the house and barn which were constructed in the 1860s. In 1915, the ranch was sold to Rollo Hough, a partner in the Luther Burbank Company, to become a demonstration farm, but because of financial difficulties it never came to be. A few years later the property was reduced to 18 acres (7.3 ha) and remained that size until the area was developed. Alice Hobart purchased the property in 1937. Alice Hobart, a noted author, is best known for her novel, Oil for the Lamps of China. In 1942, the ranch was sold to Dr. and Mrs. Kaho Daily who maintained it as a working ranch until 1978. A development for single family homes was approved in 1987. The Pleasant Hill Historical Society stepped in to save what remained of the ranch and in 1991 got it added to the National Register of Historical Places. The current address is 315 Cortsen Road Pleasant Hill, CA (en)
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  • The Patrick Rodgers Farm is located in Pleasant Hill, California. In 1868 Patrick Rodgers and his family moved to this area from the California Mother Lode area to what was then a 149-acre (60 ha) farm. Patrick Rodgers died in 1891 leaving the ranch to his heirs. 16 years later the property was divided among his heirs. Alice and James Rodgers received a 38-acre (15 ha) portion containing the house and barn which were constructed in the 1860s. In 1915, the ranch was sold to Rollo Hough, a partner in the Luther Burbank Company, to become a demonstration farm, but because of financial difficulties it never came to be. A few years later the property was reduced to 18 acres (7.3 ha) and remained that size until the area was developed. Alice Hobart purchased the property in 1937. Alice Hobart, a (en)
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