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N 6 B 482 C 0 E Dec 31, 2021 F Jan 1, 2022
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Architect E. Blank designed the Moorish Revival style house for Julius Goldman in 1927. The house is located at 5067 Los Feliz Boulevard in the Los Feliz 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 11 B 2.7K C 5 E Jun 17, 2008 F May 25, 2009
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Robert Winter and David Gebhard, in their definite work about L.A. Architecture 'An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles', cleverly describe the Sparkletts Drinking Water Company in Eagle Rock as a mosque of the first water'. The Moorish style building was designed by architect Richard D. King between 195 and 1929. The 1971 Sylmar Earthquake nearly toppled its minarets; they were removed and have not been replaced.

The Sparkletts Drinking Water Corporation building is located at 4500 Lincoln Avenue in Eagle Rock. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 5 B 1.3K C 4 E Aug 29, 2009 F Aug 4, 2010
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The influence of Moorish architecture is strongly evident in the Adams Apartments, a Spanish Mediterranean complex located at 4207-4209 Avocado Street in Los Feliz. The Moors, who conquered and occupied the Iberian Peninsula for nearly 800 years had an enormous impact on the culture, including the architecture, as noted in n the pointed arches and doorways and glazed tile details.

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N 1 B 1.3K C 3 E Sep 3, 2009 F Aug 9, 2010
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Architect E. Martin designed the Moorish Revival style house for Charles C. Martin and his wife Harriet in 1922. The Martins lived in the home with their two children, Charles S. and Robert and Charles' mother Emma. The house is located at 2200 North Mountain Oak Drive in the Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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N 3 B 1.8K C 8 E Jul 13, 2007 F Dec 21, 2010
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Patterned after the East Indian Pavilion at the Columbian World Exposition held in Chicago in 1893, Glendale Industrialist Leslie E. Brand (who brought the Pacific Electric to Glendale in 1904) built his 'castle' in the Saracenic Style, combining Spanish, Moorish and Indian elements. A Victorian decor embellishes the interior.

Mr. Brand died at the castle in 1925. He bequeathed the property to the city on the condition that it be used exclusively for a public park and library. Today the Brand Castle and Library houses facilities for art exhibits, concerts and lectures and arts and crafts studios.

El Miradero was listed in the Glendale Register of Historic Resources (No. 7) in 1977. The property is located at 1601 West Mountain Street in Glendale, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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