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Juan Bautista Alvarado, the governor of Alta California, gave William and Nicolasa Workman a grant for Rancho La Puente in 1841. The ranch eventually grew from just 49,000 acres to nearly 49,000. The Workmans were quickly established as cattle ranchers. They also did well during the Gold Rush by supplying fresh beef to the Gold Fields. Walter P. Temple, their grandson, and Laura Temple bought the Workman House in 1917 and the surrounding land after the discovery of oil on the Montebello hills land. The Workman and Temple Family Heritage Homestead Museum is the name of the property. It is open to the public and is free. Tract 13å43, which shows large portions of the 2017 City boundaries, was created in 1910.
On June 18, 1957, the City of Industry became a charter municipality. The City of Industry developed a plan for its future development just 15 years after its incorporation. Nearly a half-century after its creation, the 1971 document is still in force. Gruen Associates, an Austrian-born planning consultant, was responsible for the plan. Gruen Associates was established in 1950 by Victor Gruen, a visionary urban planner, and architect.