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N 7 B 1.1K C 0 E Nov 30, 2020 F Dec 1, 2020
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Architect Charles E. Shattuck designed the Georgian Revival style house for Ada A. Dryden in 1913. Designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. 705) in 2001. Located at 3825 West Adams in the historic West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 6 B 545 C 0 E Nov 30, 2020 F Dec 1, 2020
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Architect Charles E. Shattuck designed the English Tudor Revival style house for Roy and Mary Stevens in 1915. The house is located at 3817 West Adams Boulevard in the historic West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 12 B 574 C 1 E Nov 21, 2020 F Nov 21, 2020
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Architect Charles E. Shattuck designed the English Tudor style house for George H. and Helen F. Cutts in 1905. The house was later sold to Edmund H. Barmore, the president of the Los Angeles Transfer Company. The house was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. 83) in 1971 as the Boyle-Barmore Residence. The house is one of the half dozen mansions on Alvarado Terrace, promoted by real estate developer Pomeroy Powers, the president of the Los Angeles City Council (1900-1904). Located at 1317 Alvarado Terrace in the Pico Union neighborhood. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 5 B 1.8K C 1 E Dec 13, 2015 F Dec 14, 2015
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The Toll House was designed in the California Bungalow style by architect Charles and Eleanor Toll in 1912. The original owners played a significant role in the history of Los Angeles and of Glendale in particular. Charles H. Toll arrived to Los Angeles in 1885 and became vice-president of Security Trust and Savings Bank in 1906. In 1921, Toll was one of the organizers of the Glendale State Bank, serving as its president until 1923. Soon after his departure Security Trust and Savings bought out the bank. Eleanor Toll was a member of the faculty of Los Angeles High. She had a number of positions in the Parent Teacher Federation of Glendale (later PTA). She founded the Mutual Benefit Reading Circle in 1916, founded Glendale Beautiful, a civic improvement organization, and supported fund-raising efforts on behalf of a municipal orchestra (which later became the Glendale Symphony). In recognition of her years of service to the Glendale community, in 1926, following her death, the School Board of the city voted to change the name of a recently built school on Glenwood Road in West Glendale from Abraham Lincoln to Eleanor J. Toll Junior High.

The house was listed in the Glendale Register of Historic Places in 1977 (No. 9). The Toll House is located at 1524 North Columbus Avenue in the historic Brockmont neighborhood of Glendale, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 2 B 1.8K C 4 E Feb 4, 2010 F Jan 10, 2011
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Fine old Craftsman home, originally designed for P.D. Mason in 1925. Currently owned by the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. Located at 2100 N. Live Oak Drive East in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.

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