Past Projects

Here are some of the projects that the Camp Pendleton Historical Society (CPHS) have been a part of and have funded since it was founded in December 2005:

  • Las Flores Adobe restoration – $28,000
  • Re-frame Southeast Asian refugee art and photo collection – $1,930
  • Alice Avery O’Neill doll collection display – $110
  • Las Flores Adobe visitors information kiosk – $2,998
  • Parts for M27 and M34 ambulances for the Mechanized Museum – $4,486
  • Truck and trailer for the Mechanized Museum – $1,500
  • Parts for diesel locomotive for the Mechanized Museum – $1,828
  • Display case for Hue City highway milestone marker – $857
  • Restoration/cleaning of WW II combat art – $2,270
  • Custom display case for the Mechanized Museum – $1,638
  • Two polyurethane halftracks for the Mechanized Museum – $6,600
  • Five articulating mannequins – $3,375
  • M-29 Weasel for the Mechanized Museum – $8,000
  • Refurbishment of General Pendleton’s Cannon – $1,185
  • Staff Sgt. Reckless Monument – $102,136