The Woelke-Stoffel House, in Founders’ Park at 400 North West Street in Anaheim, CA, is a two-story Queen Anne built by John Woelke in 1894 during Anaheim’s citrus era. In 1907 it was purchased by Peter Stoffel, Jr. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 2013. Website
OK, to be fair, the title is a bit dramatic, but anyone who has been to the Magic Kingdom recently has undoubtedly seen groups of people in attire resembling biker gear festooned with Disney patches and pins gathered in various locations. We ran into the Main Street Elites and some of their friends the other night and I just had to ask for a group photo. These “social groups” have gotten quite a lot of digital ink on blogs and fan boards recently. The OC Weekly offered up this lengthy piece.
Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California