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Architect Scott Quintin designed the Colonial Revival style house in 1923. The house is located at 1215 South Wilton Place in the Country Club Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) of Los Angeles, California.
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Prairie style house originally built in 1909. Located at 1237 South Gramercy Place in the Country Club Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) of Los Angeles, California.
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Architects Pierpont and Walter S. Davis deigned the Colonial Revival style house for A. Chatiner in 1922. The house is located at 1215 South Gramercy Place in the Country Club Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) of Los Angeles, California.
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Architects Feil & Varge designed the Colonial Revival style house for Cyril Wigmore in 1922. Wigmore was born in San Francisco on January 31, 1876. He graduated from UCLA in 1899 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering. He was employed as an oil and mining engineer. He lived in the house with his wife Juliet. He died in Los Angeles on November 3, 1948 and was buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery.

The house is located at 1214 South Gramercy Place in the Country Club Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) of Los Angeles, California.
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Contractor N.J. Nelson designed and built the Mediterranean Revival style house for Daniel McPeak in 1922. The house is located at 1230 South Gramercy Place in the Country Club Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ) of Los Angeles, California.
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