The Harada House, built in 1884 and located at 3356 Lemon Street in Riverside, California, became the focus of an important court case testing exclusionary legislation.
The 1916-1918 case of California v. Harada was an early constitutional test of the California Alien Land Law of 1913. At issue was the right of the American-born children of Japanese immigrant Jukichi and Ken Harada to own the house. That right was upheld, setting precedent for related challenges to such laws.
The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1990 and is currently overseen by the Riverside Metropolitan Museum.
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