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Senior Centers (Joslyn and Tuttle)

1970s - Joslyn Center Construction
Photo of construction in progress of Joslyn Center. A sign reads "Carl W. Johnson Company, Contractors Engineers." The Joslyn Adult Center, constructed at a cost of $260,000, was dedicated on September 11, 1972 according to the Los Angeles Times. It was financed by a $75,000 gift from the late industrialist Marcellus L. Joslyn and a 1968 city improvement bond.
1970s - Joslyn Center Construction
Photo of empty lot at the beginning of construction of the Joslyn Adult Center. The center, constructed at a cost of $260,000, was dedicated on September 11, 1972 according to the Los Angeles Times. It was financed by a $75,000 gift from the late industrialist Marcellus L. Joslyn and a 1968 city improvement bond.
1970s - Joslyn Center Construction
Photo of the construction of Joslyn Center. A sign reads "Carl W. Johnson Company, Contractors Engineers." The Joslyn Adult Center, constructed at a cost of $260,000, was dedicated on September 11, 1972 according to the Los Angeles Times. It was financed by a $75,000 gift from the late industrialist Marcellus L. Joslyn and a 1968 city improvement bond.
1970s - Joslyn Center Construction
Photo of workers busy at the construction of Joslyn Center. A sign reads "Carl W. Johnson Company, Contractors Engineers." The Joslyn Adult Center, constructed at a cost of $260,000, was dedicated on September 11, 1972 according to the Los Angeles Times. It was financed by a $75,000 gift from the late industrialist Marcellus L. Joslyn and a 1968 city improvement bond.
1980 - Josyln Adult Center
Joslyn Adult Center building. Slide dated November 1980.
1980s - Seniors Activity
Elderly adults at a workshop, likely at one of the senior centers.
1990 - Joslyn Senior Center Expansion
Parks and recreation held a dedication and celebration for the Joslyn Senior Center's Expansion. Mayor Bowne is second from left in this photo. The other people are unidentified.
1990 - Joslyn Senior Center Expansion
Parks and recreation held a dedication and celebration for the Joslyn Senior Center's Expansion. Seniors gather together for the event.
2022 - Don Tuttle Senior Center Entrance
The Don M. Tuttle Senior center is adjacent to Ralph Foy Park. Donald M. Tuttle was an outstanding Burbank community service figure and an active participant in numerous community organizations such as the Boy Scouts, Kiwanis, and Burbank Chamber of Commerce for over 40 years. He was named Burbank citizen of the year in 1953. He developed several programs and was the Chairman of the Senior Citizen Board. The center was named in his honor in February of 1981.