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N 1 B 2.1K C 1 E Feb 5, 2017 F Feb 5, 2017
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Architect Paul R. Williams designed the contemporary style house for Dr. J. Phyromn Taylor and his wife Pearl Spears Taylor in 1954. The house is located at 1704 Wellington Road in the historic Lafayette Square neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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Tags:   Paul R. Williams Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture

N 6 B 1.3K C 2 E Feb 5, 2017 F Feb 6, 2017
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Lafayette Square was the last and perhaps finest of banker George Lafayette Crenshaw’s real estate projects built in Los Angeles in the early 1900s. I had the occasion to visit the neighborhood after being invited to a dinner party there last week, and vowed to return as soon as possible to capture its charm with my camera.
The Square is a neighborhood within Arlington Heights, a densely populated, highly diverse district of Central Los Angeles, California, where most people live in rented homes or apartments. Situated just west of Crenshaw Boulevard at St. Charles Place, there are just 236 homes in the gated neighborhood, with architectural styles being an eclectic mix of Neo-Federalist, Craftsman, Italianate and Spanish Revival, as well as several notable examples of early Modern.
Famous residents of Lafayette Square have included George Pepperdine (founder of Pepperdine University), actors W.C. Fields and Fatty Arbuckle, industrialist and art collector Norton Simon, boxer Joe Louis, and architect Paul R. Williams (who designed his own home in the neighborhood), and members of the Crenshaw family.

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Tags:   La Fayette Square Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture

N 9 B 1.4K C 2 E Feb 5, 2017 F Feb 6, 2017
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Lafayette Square was the last and perhaps finest of banker George Lafayette Crenshaw’s real estate projects built in Los Angeles in the early 1900s. I had the occasion to visit the neighborhood after being invited to a dinner party there last week, and vowed to return as soon as possible to capture its charm with my camera.
The Square is a neighborhood within Arlington Heights, a densely populated, highly diverse district of Central Los Angeles, California, where most people live in rented homes or apartments. Situated just west of Crenshaw Boulevard at St. Charles Place, there are just 236 homes in the gated neighborhood, with architectural styles being an eclectic mix of Neo-Federalist, Craftsman, Italianate and Spanish Revival, as well as several notable examples of early Modern.
Famous residents of Lafayette Square have included George Pepperdine (founder of Pepperdine University), actors W.C. Fields and Fatty Arbuckle, industrialist and art collector Norton Simon, boxer Joe Louis, and architect Paul R. Williams (who designed his own home in the neighborhood), and members of the Crenshaw family.

Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

Tags:   La Fayette Square Michael Locke Michael Locke, Photographer Michael Locke, Realtor Treasures of Los Angeles Architecture

N 1 B 1.7K C 0 E Feb 5, 2017 F Feb 5, 2017
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Architect Paul R. Williams re-designed the Colonial Revival style house for Charles E. McGinley and his wife Anna in 1939. The house is located at 1821 South Victoria Avenue in the historic Lafayette Square neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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Architect John Lucian DeLario designed the Mediterranean Revival style house for J.R. Arten in 1924. The house is located at 1710 Wellington Road in the historic Lafayette Square neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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