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LOMALA'ND WHERE , WORK PLAY- AND- WHERE.
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A Group of Batiy Students at Lomaland
Building: Away from Their Parents.
They Live in a "Separate
Eight miles from San, Diego,
on a pomf of land extending in,to
the sea, lies Lomaland, the home
stead of the .international head
quarters of Theosophy! Here
lives Mme. Tmgley, head and life
of the 'organization, and to her
come pilgrims' from every coun
ty 4in the world to study. ,
The homestead composes Jn ear
ly 2,Q00 acres,' worth $3,QQ(Xan.
acre, stretching for four miles
along the crest of Point Loma,
the arm of land that encloses San
Diego. ' "
Great care has been' exercised
in the laying out of the'grouhds.
The drives arevbned -with flowers
and palms and overhanging trees.
- According to Mme. Tmgley, its