CHC-2015-1483-HCM - Los Angeles Department of City Planning

Los Angeles Department of City Planning
RECOMMENDATION REPORT
CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION
CASE NO.: CHC-2015-1483-HCM
ENV-2015-1484-CE
HEARING DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:
Location: 1905 Grace Avenue
Council District: 4
Community Plan Area: Hollywood
Area Planning Commission: Central
Neighborhood Council: Hollywood Hills West
Legal Description: Resubdivision of blks 10 &
11 Hollywood Ocean View Tract, MB2-78, Block 1,
Lot Fr8
May 12, 2015
10:00 AM
City Hall, Room 1010
200 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
PROJECT:
Historic-Cultural Monument Application for the
N. F. Stokes Residence
REQUEST:
Declare the property a Historic-Cultural Monument
OWNERS:
CAHP HOLDINGS LLC
Silverman, Gilbert Buzz
4340 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 110 1905 Grace Ave.
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Los Angeles, CA 90068
APPLICANT: '
Christy McAvoy
Hollywood Heritage
2100 Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90068
PREPARER:
Elizabeth Canon
Hollywood Heritage
2100 Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90068
RECOMMENDATION
That the Cultural Heritage Commission:
1. Take the property under consideration as a Historic-Cultural Monument per Los
Angeles Administrative Code Chapter 9, Division 22, Article 1, Section 22.171.10
because the application and accompanying photo documentation suggest the submittal
warrants further investigation.
2. Adopt the report findings .
MICHAEL J . LOGRANDE
Ken E!ernstein, AICP, Manager
Office of Historic Resources
Attachments:
Lambert M. Giessinger, Preservation Architect
Office of Historic Resources
Historic-Cultural Monument Application
CHC-2015-1483-HCM
1905 Grace Avenue
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SUMMARY
The N. F. Stokes Residence was constructed in 1917 by Naldo and Minne Stokes in the
Neoclassical Revival style. Mr. Stokes was a builder of homes, often working with architect
Frank M. Tyler, and is known to have constructed at least 10 other residences in Los Angeles.
Although this building was used exclusively as a home for his wife and son, Francis, it was listed
in many advertisements as an illustration of the quality of the craftsmanship he demanded.
Currently, it is the last remaining completely intact example of Mr. Stokes' work.
The character-defining attributes of the Classical Revival style found on this home include a
symmetrical fa9ade which exhibits a full height portico supported by Corinthian columns. Below
the roofline, boxed eaves rest on flattened brackets. The original wooden widows are double
hung and feature multiple upper lights over a single glass pane while other examples are arched
or have wooden fanlight details. On the interior, much of the original, unpainted woodwork
remains intact including large Doric columns which frame room divisions. In addition,
understated Neoclassical ceiling molding and wooden built-in cabinetry survives.
CRITERIA
The criterion is the Cultural Heritage Ordinance which defines a historical or cultural monument
as any site (including significant trees or other plant life located thereon) building or structure of
particular historic or cultural significance to the City of Los Angeles, such as historic structures
or sites in which the broad cultural, economic, or social history of the nation, State or community
is reflected or exemplified, or which are identified with historic personages or with important
events in the main currents of national, State or local history or which embody the distinguishing
characteristics of an architectural type specimen, inherently valuable for a study of a period style
or method of construction, or a notable work of a master builder, designer or architect whose
individual genius influenced his age.
FINDINGS
Based on the facts set forth in the summary and application, the Commission determines that
the application is complete and that the property may be significant enough to warrant further
investigation as a potential Historic-Cultural Monument.
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Office of Historic Resou1ces/Cu ltural Heritage Commission
AL MONUMEN
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NOMINATION FORM
1. PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION
Proposed Monument Name:
N.F. Stokes Residence
First Owner(fenant
Other Associated Names:
Street Address:
1905 Grace Avenue
Zip:
Range of Addresses on Property:
Assessor Parcel Number:
90068
Council District:
Community Name:
55 75005015
Tract:
Hollywood Ocean View
Block:
4
Hollywood Hills West
1
Lot:
FR 8
Identification cont'd:
Proposed Monument
Property Type :
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Structure
Building
Site/Open Space
Object
Natural
Feature
Describe any additional resources located on the property to be included in the nomination, here:
2. CONSTRUCTION HISTORY & CURRENT STATUS
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Year built: 1917
Factual
Estimated
Threatened? Private Development
Architect/Designer:
Contractor: Naldo F Stokes
Original Use: Single Family Residential
Present Use: Single Family Residential
Is the Proposed Monument on its Origina l Site?
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Yes
No (explain in section 7)
Unknown (explain in section 7)
3. STYLE & MATERIALS
Stories:
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
FEATURE
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PRIMARY
CONSTRUCTION
Type :
CLADDING
Material:
Type:
Wood
Stucco, smooth
Gable, front
SECONDARY
Type :
Select
Material:
Type:
Se lect
Select
ROOF
Material: Composition shingle
Material: Select
Type:
Type:
Double-hung
Select
WINDOWS
Material:
Wood
Plan Shape: Square
Material:
Select
ENTRY
Style:
Centered
Style:
Select
DOOR
Type:
Plank
Type:
Select
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Office of Historic Resources/Cultural Heritage Commission
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4. ALTERATION HISTORY
List date and write a brief description of any major alterations o r additions. Th is section may also be completed on a separate document.
Include copies of permits in the no mination packet. M ake sure t o list any major alterations for which there are no permit s, as well.
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VOLUNTARY FOUNDATION ANCHORING AND ADDING OF PLYWOOD SHEATHING
5. EXISTING HISTORIC RESOURCE IDENTIFICATION (if known)
List ed in the National Register of Historic Places
Listed in the California Register of Histori.cal Reso urces
Formally determined eligible for the National and/o r California Registers
Contributing fea ture
Located in an Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ)
Non-contributing feature
Survey Name(s): S
Determined eligible for national, state, or local landmark
status by an historic resources survey(s)
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Other historical or cultural resource designations:
6. APPLICABLE HISTORIC-CULTURAL MONUMENT CRITERIA
The proposed monument exemplifies the following Cultural Heritage Ordinance Criteria (Section 22.171.7):
Reflects the broad cultural, economic, or social history of t he nation, state, or community
Is identified with hist oric personages or with important event s in the main current s of nationa l, stat e, or local history
Embodies the distinguising characteristics of an architect ural-type specimen, inherently valuable for study of
a period, style, or met hod of construction
A notable work of a master builder, designer, or architect whose individua l genius influenced his or her age
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
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7. WRITIEN STATEMENTS
This section allows you to discuss at length the significance of the proposed monument and why it should be
designated an Historic-Cultural Monument. Type your response on separate documents and attech them to this
form.
A. Proposed Monument Description - Describe the proposed monument's physical characteristics and
relationship to its surrounding environment. Expand on sections 2 and 3 with a more detailed description of the site. Expand on section 4 and discuss the construction/alteration history in detail if that is
necessary to explain the proposed monument's current form . Identify and describe any characterdefining elements, structures, interior spaces, or landscape features.
B. Statement of Significance - Address the proposed monument's historic, cultural, and/or architectural significance by discussing how it satisfies the HCM criteria you select ed in Section 6. You must
support your argument with su bstantial evi dence and analysis. The Statement of Significance is your
main argument for designation so it is important to substantiate any claims you make with supporting
documentation and research.
8 . CONTACT INFORMATION
Applicant
Name:
Company:
Elizabeth Canon
Street Address:
2100 N. Highland Avenue
Zip: 90068
City: Los Angeles
. Phone Number: 214-537-7370
Mark Gallant (representative)
Street Address:
4340 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 110
Zip : 92660
State: CA
Email: [email protected]
Is the owner in support of the nomination?
Property Owner
Name:
Hollywood Heritage
Company:
Yes
No
Unknown
Citi Vest Inc.
City: Newport Beach
Phone Number: 949-527-3610
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State: CA
Email: [email protected]
Nomination Preparer/Applicant's Representative
Name:
Christ y McAvoy
Street Address:
Zip: 90068
Company:
2100 N. Highland Avenue
, Phone Number: 323-874-4005
Hollywood Heritage
City: Los Angeles
Ema il: [email protected]
State: CA
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Office of Historic Resources/Cultural Heritage Commission
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NOMINATION FORM
9.SUBMITIAL
When you have completed preparing your nomination, compile all materials in the order specified below. Although the entire
packet must not exceed 100 pages, you may send additional material on a CD or flash drive.
APPLICATION CHECKLIST
1.
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Nomination Form
5.
./ Copies of Primary/Secondary Documentation
2.
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Written Statements A and B
6.
./ Copies of Building Permits for Major Alterations
3.
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Bibliography
4.
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Two Primary Photos of Exterior/Main Facade
(8xl0, the main photo of the proposed monument. Also
email a digitial copy of the main photo to:
[email protected])
(include first construction permits)
7.
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8.
9.
Additional, Contemporary Photos
Historical Photos
./ Zimas Parcel Report for all Nominated Parcels
(including map)
10. RELEASE
Please read each statement and check the corresponding boxes to indicate that you agree with the statement, then sign below in the
provided space. Either the applicant or preparer may sign.
I acknowledge that all documents submitted will become public records under the California Public Records Act, and understand
that the documents will be made available upon request to members of the public for inspection and copying.
I acknowledge that all photographs and images submitted as part of this application will become the property of the City of Los
Angeles, and understand that permission is granted for use of the photographs and images by the City without any expectation
of compensation.
I acknowledge that I have the right to subm it or have obtained the appropriate permission to submit all information contained
in this application.
Name:
Date:
Mail your Historic-Cultural Monument Submittal to the Office of Histo ric Resources.
Office of Historic Resources
Department of City Planning
200 N. Spring Street, Room 620
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: 213-978-1200
Website: preservation.lacity.org
Hollywood Heritage
1905 Grace Avenue, HCM Application
A. Proposed Monument Description
The single-family residence located at 1905 Grace Avenue exemplifies the
American colonial revival style in Los Angeles. Contextually the residence is situated on
a large comer lot. The primary feature of the home is the front entry portico supported by
two columns. Above these columns there is a pediment, typical of the American colonial
revival style. The residence illustrates the style through the gabled roof and centered front
entry. The gabled roof is composed of composition shingles. Two decorative windows,
playing off the use of the pilasters, flank the front door. The glass windows on the first
floor are similar to French doors and have decorated pediments above. The second story
windows are double hung, consistent with the American colonial revival style and feature
decorative balustrades.
The interior of the home begins with the large plank door; the same color of wood
is used throughout the interior to contrast the white walls. The use of wood is the primary
character-defining element of the interior. The living space to the right of the entry
features built in drawers and an ornate window treatment above. This room behaves
symmetrically, typical of the American colonial revival style in that two identical
windows flank the original built in cabinets. Another consistent decorative element in the
interior that exists in this room is the halfway crown molding. Connected to the main
entry is another living space, which consists of a fireplace. Continuing the symmetry, it is
flanked by two identical windows. Another decorative element in this room is the two
columns, placed on a stair base, which designate the entry into the next room.
The interior of the two-story home illustrates the American colonial revival style:
the first floor is used for entertainment, while the second floor consists of bedrooms;
bedrooms separated from the living spaces are typical of this style. On the second floor
there are four bedrooms. The first bedroom consists of a fireplace with a decorative
mantel. This room is consistent with the white walls and dark wood illustrated in the first
floor of the house. In addition the room consists of a five panel wood door. The windows
in this room are double hung. The next bedroom consists of the same five-panel door and
double hung windows. However while the molding still exits, the white walls and dark
wood is not present in the details of the room. The floor consists of the dark wood while
the walls, including the crown molding, are white or off white. The light fixture appears
original. The third bedroom features the dark floors, white molding and colored walls.
There are also double hung windows. The final bedroom consists of many double hung
windows, dark potentially original flooring, and a craftsman door. In addition there is a
potentially original wooden built in annoire or vanity. The bathroom features five panel
French doors. There is a detached carriage house or garage. There are two old palm trees
on the site, typical oflandscaping of the period in Hollywood.
The house has the following architectural character-defining features associated
with its style: a gabled roof, portico with two story columns, and pediments. In addition
there is a centered front door and the home is two stories. There are multi-pane double
hung windows and pediments above first floor windows. The layout is typical of the
American colonial revival style because the bedrooms upstairs away from living rooms.
The house also retains a fireplace, interior moldings and built-ins.
B. Statement of Significance
Naldo F. Stokes, most commonly referred to as N.F. Stokes, and his wife Minnie
stokes were prominent people in Los Angeles society. In the census Mr. Stokes states his
profession as a builder, and many newspapers document that he was the builder for 1905
Grace A venue. Although the architect is unknown, Mr. Stokes worked with prominent
architect Frank M. Tyler on his other projects. Mr. Stokes is responsible for building
approximately ten homes in Los Angeles in the early twentieth century, one of which
survives in West Adams at 339 South Oxford and displays several of the same
architectural features and massing' s. Most of his project have been demolished and in
turned into multi family housing units.
The residence at 1905 Grace is the Mr. Stokes' last remaining fully intact project.
In addition, the building was his primary residence for several years; Mr. Stokes lived at
this residence with his wife Minnie and their son Francis. Naldo Stokes was born in
Pennsylvania in 1866 and his wife Minnie was born in Ireland in 1875. Minnie stokes
immigrated to the United States in 1884. Naldo lists himself has a contractor and as hi s
own employee in the 1920 Federal Census. Their son Francis was listed as a bookkeeper
in the 1942 Los Angeles Directory. In the various news articles promoting his business
(see attached), Stokes lists his address at 1905 Grace, indicating that the home was also
used as an example of his quality of work.
1905 Grace A venue Bibliography
" 1910 United States Federal Census." Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2006.
" 1920 United States Federal Census." Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2010.
" 1940 United States Federal Census."Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2012.
"Building the City Beautiful: Three Residences Recently Completed Out on Raymond
Avenue, Now Happy Homes." Los Angeles Times (1886-1922): V24. 1906.
" California Death Index (1905-1939)." Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2013.
"Events in Local Society." Los Angeles Times (1886-1922): 116. 1909.
"Fine Dwellings Change Hands: Week Notable for Sales of Large Houses; Chicago
Financier Buys Home in Hollywood Foothills--Nebraska Capitalist Purchases Residence
in La Fayette Square--Kingsley Drive Transfer. Valuable Properties Involved in City's
Reviving Realty Activities." Los Angeles Times ( 1886-1922): V 1. 1916.
"Frame and Plaster Residence." Southwest Builder and Contractor. 1920.
"New Buildings on Many Lots." Los Angeles Herald. 1906
"Obituary 2-No Title." Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File): ProQuest Historical
Newspapers. 1954.
"Residence." Southwest Builder and Contractor: Volume 17. 1916.
Ancestry.com. California, Death Index, 1905-1939 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013.
Original data: California Department of Health and Welfare. California Vital RecordsVitalsearch (www.vitalsearch-worldwide.com). The Vitalsearch Company Worldwide,
Inc., Pleasanton, California.
Images
1905 Grace Avenue. Digital image. Movoto. N.p., n.d. Web.
<http://www.movoto.corn/los-angeles-ca/1905-grace-ave-los-angeles-ca-90068-204_ l 4792405/>.
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Individual Resources (9/12/11)
Address:
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1905 N GRACE AVE
Name:
Year built:
1917
Architectural style:
Neo-Classical
Context 1 :
Context:
Architecture and Engineering, 1850-1980
Theme :
Late 19th and Early 20th Century Architecture, 1865-1950
Sub theme :
Neoclassical, 1885-1927
Property type:
Residential
Property sub type:
Single-Family Residence
Criteria:
A/1/1 & C/3/3
Status code:
3S;3CS;5S3
Reason:
Excellent example of Neo Classical residential architecture in Hollywood.
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I. Pertinent Research
Time line of Events:
N.F. Stokes (Ancestry.com)
OBirth O1866 0 abt 0 OPennsylvania O 0 0
OResidence O 191 OOAge: 440 OLos Angeles Assembly District 71 , Los Angeles,
California, USA OMarital Status : Married; Relation to Head of House: Head OOO
ResidenceO 1920 0 Age: 540 0 Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles,
California, USA OAge: 54; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House:
Head OOO
ODeath O 1929 0 15 Feb OAge: 63 0 OLos Angeles, California, USA
Federal Census 1910 (Ancestry.com)
1905 Grace Avenue Residents:
Minnie Stokes
Naldo F. Stokes
Minnie R Dittmar, age 21, born in Gennany, immigrated to the US in 1907, occupation:
servant to the Stokes family
Federal Census 1920 (Ancestry.com)
6561 Franklin Ave Residents:
Minnie Stokes, age 45 , born in Ireland in 1875, immigrated to the US in 1884
Naldo F. Stokes, age 54, born in Pennsylvania, occupation: contractor, industry: building,
"own employee"
Francis Stokes, age 6
Los Angeles ( 1917) City Directory
1926
"Naldo F contr 1905 Grace ave"
Federal Census 1940 (Ancestry.com)
2519 Beachwood Drive Residents
Francis Stokes, bookkeeper
Minnie Stokes
1942 Los Angeles Directory
2519 Beachwood Drive
Francis, bookkeeper, HA Sonntag Co
Minnie Stokes
California Death Index (Ancestry.com)
N. F. Stokes dies in 1966
Los Angeles Street Address Directory 1956, 1973
Resident: Fred D Halliday now lives at 1905 Grace A venue.
Los Angeles Street Address Directory 1987
Resident: Manuel S Conde, Manuel Sanmiego now lives at 1905 Grace A venue.
II. Research Directly Pertaining to the Stokes Family
EVENTS IN LOCAL SOCIETY.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) [Los Angeles, Calif] 28 Sep 1909: II6.
"Mr. and Mrs. N.F. Stokes of West Twenty-Eighth street, entertained a few friends on
Satruday evening with a dinner party in honor of the eighteenth anniversary of their
marriage. Pink roses and ferns were the artistic table decoration."
BUILDING THE CITY BEAUTIFUL.: Three Residences Recently Completed Out on
Raymond Avenue, Now Happy Homes.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) [Los Angeles, Calif] 18 Feb 1906: V24.
Article: Building the City Beautiful. Three Residences Recently Completed Out on
Raymond Avenue New Happy Homes
"At 2734, 2740, and 2744 Raymond avenue, N.F. Stokes, within four months, has built
these three houses, and they have been quickly taken by newcomers who flock here in
tens of thousands to seek homes in beautiful Los Angeles. These houses were bought
respectively in their order named above at the following prices: $6000, $7800, and
$6500. They are built on lots 50xl45 feet each. The style of the houses is plainly evident
from the illustration used here. The inside finish is of a very high order, all the floors on
the lower story being in oak, and on the upper in maple. The houses have handsome
mantel-pieces, beamed ceilings in the principal rooms, built-in buffets, and all the
accessories of a comfortable, modern house. These three houses are selected from the fact
that they have all been built and secured as homes by newcomers in so short a time.
There is nothing singular about this incident. It is a continual occurrence in this city,
growing so rapidly and being built up in such a beautiful manner. All over the city may
be found block after block where similar triplets of homes may be found."
FINE DWELLINGS CHANGE HANDS.: WEEK NOTABLE FOR SALES OF LARGE
HOUSES; Chicago Financier Buys Home in Hollywood Foothills--Nebraska Capitalist
Purchases Residence in La Fayette Square--Kingsley Drive Transfer. Valuable Properties
Involved in City's Reviving Realty Activities.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1 922) [Los Angeles, Calif] 27 Feb 1916: VI
"One of the largest residence sales recently reported in the Hollywood foothill district
was closed last week when Mr. and Mrs. N.F. Stokes sold their home at Hillside and
Fuller streets to Frederick M. Steele, former president of the Highland Park National
Bank of Chicago, a retired steel man and financier, who was decided to make his
permanent home in Southern California. The Stokes residence was built two years ago
and is of distinct Californian type. The interior finish is of Circasslan and Tobasco
mahogany. The price paid by the Chicago millionaire is reported at $25,000. The house
stands on a large lot overlooking Hollywood, Los Angeles and the sea."
Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, 1916 Online: Library of the University of
California
"Residence-N.F. Stokes, 1905 Grace Ave., will build a 2-story, IO-room frame and
plaster residence at 451 S. Hobart Blvd. for Minnie Stokes. Cost $5000. Dimensions
40x45 ft .; concrete foundation, plastered exterior on metal lath, clay tile roof, tile mantel,
three bath rooms with tile floors, hardwood floors throughout, mahogany and enameled
pine trim, gas furnace. Ruud water heater; garage. Work will be started on a second
residence within a few days."
Zimas
This building (451 S. Hobart Blvd) was demolished in 1989 for the construction of 84
unit Apartment building. The apartment building was built in 1991 .
Obituary 2-No Title, Los Angeles Times ( 1923-Current File); Oct 22, 1954; ProQuest
Historical Newspapers: Los Angeles Times ( 1881-1990) pg. 30
Obituary:
" Mrs. Minnie Stokes. Rosary will be recited for Mrs. Minnie Stokes, 80, of 2519 N
Beachwood Drive, at 3 p.m. today at the chapel of Cunningham & O ' Connor Mortuary in
Hollywood with Requiem Mass to be celebrated at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Blessed
Sacrament Church. Mrs. Stokes died in her home Wednesday. A native of Ireland, she
came to California from Chicago in 1897. She leaves a son, Francis W. Stokes."
LA Herald 1906, "New Buildings on Many Lots"
Minnie Stokes. 335 West Twenty-eighth street, owner; N.F. Stokes, builder; two-story,
eight-room residence, $3000. On alley between Royal and Key West, streets.
Zimas: Demolished
Southwest Builder and Contractor 1920
Frame and Plaster Residence"H.J . Kramer, 1128 Story Bldg., has prepared plans for a 2-story frame and plaster 8room residence to be erected on Wilton Place near Sixth St., for N.F. Stokes. Concrete
foundation, plastered exterior, shingle roof, pine trim, oak floors , tile mantel, two tiled
bathrooms, furnace, water heater. "
Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, Volume 17, July 22, 1916
"Residence- N.F. Stokes, 1905 Grace Ave., has started work on a 2-story, 10-room
house at 351 S. Oxford Ave., for Mrs. Minnie Stokes. Archt. Frank M. Tyler, 907 Black
Bldg., prepared the plans. Dimensions 48x40, concrete foundation, rustic siding,
hardwood floors, mahogany trim, three baths with tile floors, furnace, hot water heater,
shingle roof. Cost $6000. "
Trulia.com- (image) I will attach this in an email, it is the colonial house that has now
been painted colorfully. I believe this is the house located at 339 S. Oxford A venue.
Would that be possible for the address to change? The house looks very simi lar to the
style at 1905 Grace. But I could very well be wrong.
Obituary 2 -- No Title
Los Angeles Times ( 1923-Current File); Oct 22 , 1954;
ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Los Ange les T imes
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!Hollywood Mortuary.today at lin the Wee K irk o' the Heath·
: Chapel, 444 s Vermont Ave. j a Califorrua resident for 44 Wilham Clark
.1 p.m. in the Chapel of the er, Forest Lawn Memorial·
.; Pri\'ate interment will follov.·. years, died Wednesday in Private memorial ser\'ices Psalms, • followed by inter· Park, followed by interment
·, Miss Ebbage, who was born Santa Fe Hospital. He leaves for William Clark. 76, who ment in Hollywood Memorial in Forest Lawn. Mr. Walker,
; in Indiana and had resided in . two sons. the Rev. Aubrey died Tuesday, will be con- Park. Born in Clarksdale, a native of Louisiana, bad
~ Los Angeles 35 years, Jived Lee or the Southwest Four- ducted today at l p.m. with Mis.<:.. Mrs. Angus had been been a· resident of the Bur·
, at 2332 29th St.. Santa Monica-1 Square Church. and Victor W. Utter-McKinley's Jewel City a California resident for 31 bank area 39 years. He leaves
~· she retired 15 years ago from Lee, Los Angeles.
Mortuary, Glendale, in charge years and diect at her home, his widow, Mary; a son, J ay
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of arrangements. Mr. Clark, 15545 LeMay St.. Van Nuys; C. Walker, Sberman Oaks; a
b aiter 35 year's service. She· rs~ . inn1e to es .
a . retired commercial pho- Tuesday. · She leaves three daughter. Mr s. . Marguerite
·: leaves her foster sister, Helen Rosary will be recited for tographer. was a native of daughters. Mrs. L. H. Searle; Winegardner, Burbank; fou r
· c. Lewis. and foster brother, Mrs. Minnie · Stokes; · 80, of Scotland and had resided In Mrs. W; H. Searle and Mrs. grandchildren and four great·
: Rueben K. Cbarle_s. _ __ _ 2519 N Beachwood Drive, at Glendale for 25 years. He ,D. O. McCroskey, and two grandchildren:
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eight-room residence, $3000. On a lley between Royal and Key West, streets.
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the upper left was sold t hro ugh tbe R. C. Mitch ell Company to F. G. Keens. n Ncbr asl<n c apltnlls l Tbnt bcslcl" It '"" s purch~sed by J. E lsner or this city f rom the Janss
"rho Hllls lde·avcnuc dwclllni: v;ns bought by F. N. Ste ele. a Chicago caplt111tst. Tile other !>lace \las eold t.broui;h Cooper-Pyle-Clopluc to J . H. W inkler.
~om pany.
WELLINGS
CHANGE HANDS.
rAnLE FOR S.\ LES OF
\H GE JIOUSE.S.
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he lo.r1:cat r csldence sal es
>Orted In the Hollywood
rict was Closed last week
nd Mra. N F. Stokes sold
11t Hlllslde nnd Fuller
rede rtc k l\L Steele. f o r mer
! t h e Hti;htond P :>.rlt 1'11ot Chle:i.i;o, ,a r etired steel
na.ncJer. \\"ho ha., decided
s p ermnnen t homo tn
.llto rnla.
!I resldenco wu built two
.n d ls of distinct CnUCor-
nlan !)'pe. The ln torlor fl n lsh Is oC
Clrcas~l.tn and Tobasco
mahocan)'.
Th e price p;dd by t he Chlcni;o mlllfnn11lrc Js reported at $ ~5 ,000 . The
house st:lnds on a. l:trge lot overlook·
lni; H oll)·wood, Los Ani;elos and t he
sea..
~'he purch nacr plnns an eJa.bora. tc
l:rntlscnptni; treatment ot the .:rounds.
H e expects to build 41 Jn.r&c n.vlnry, be·
Snf;' n Jover o! bSrds an d ho.vans- o. r:i r o
coll.:ction ot th eso brough t from a.11
paru o t tha,.otld and Ioeatod nt present In the cone:erv:itory oC }\Is s ix·
acre est:ite on Sherlc1o.n drive Jn C hi·
cns;o. ) f r . Stee le hns been alll}'l ng nt
thu Grcf"n Ho tel In Po.sadcna f or 8C\ "·
crn.l m ontha.
Ano th<'r tmporta.nt restdenco trans·
fer of tho wcC;k wo.s the snlc by
Ch :ir le• D. W:11;ncr to Frnncls G.
J<\:eens. n. r etir ed capitalist oC l~enrncy,
Nch .. ot n lari;e house at No. !HJ
Wellingt on road, In La F.iyctte
Square.
The cleal wn.s
ha ndl~cl
through the ni;ency ot the n. c.
:'.11ltchcll Compnny, r epr esented IW R.
O. Wllll:ims, nnd Js reported at
$18,500.
Tho house hns pla.stcr~d extcrln r
wo.Jls und ls nnt.ith cd ln l>O.rd "·oods
and white eno. m el. It cont nlns t e n
r oom.•. with three tllcd baths. T he
srounds a.r e 125x150 !ect Jn size a. nd
nro p1::anted to rare shrubs nncl r;ar·
Jens.
Another L'1 F:iyelto Squaro 8'llo of
r ecent date w:u t h e tr:instf'r by MD.ty
Cnrroll Thom pson to J. H . Wink ler of
n 1a.rgc r esidence at No. 1 53' \VclUni:;t on rond. The deal wns h:i ndled
through the ::u:en<.:Y ot the Coo11cr..
Prte-Cloplne Com1>'1n y n.nd lnvolved n.
conslcleratlon Of SlC,000.
R. E . l~ord. m un as;er of t h o h ouse
and lot dep artmdnt of the Jaruis lnve.atment Compan y, reports h 11vlng
sold n.n clevcn· r oom tr:i.me r csldcncc
nt No. 438 South Klni:slcy drh-e to
I. El•n•r ot Elsner & Co. Th• pl:lce
Is nnlohcd In mahoi;:rny nnd while
e n:i.mel and canto.Ins threo bathroo1ns.
The lot Is 60x t n0 f eet In atzc :Mr.
Ford &l\•es the consideration
nt
$14,000.
T ho R. C. lllltch cll Company.
throui;h A. C. Dczcndor!, sold du rtn~
t he W<'ek a. '5B\"en-room 11ung11.lo"' B.t
No. Hi 5 North Mo.rlposn. a.vcnuo to J .
C. Ferguson. The h ouso h1 oC colontn.\
cl<sli;n nnd Is nnlshccl In mn hoi:any
uncJ wh ite cnumel. Tho Jot Js GOxl!O
rcct Jn size. S M. Cooper. th e seller.
r c('ch1eU a. g iven constdcro.t1on of
SSSOO t or th e place.
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or<>rl IAlith n<>rmic:c:inn nf th <> rnn\/rinht nlAln<>r
l=11rth<>r r<>nrnrl11rtinn nrnhihit<>rl 1A1ithn1 ot n<>rmic:c:inn
Mrs. George \Varren,
a cbanulng
matron or Kingman. Ariz .• ,.,ho I• tbe bou1e-rue1t ot
h er sister. ~Ira. W. N. Crandrll.
yo:~~,.
havr lakm a hou1:·:'.'l No. 1103 Lakr
cn- etreet. pendlnK the completion oC their
t('rtaln('d 1t few frJ~n d• on Satur- new ho1ne In Wr11tmnreland Pia~.
dR,.)' e\cnlng with. a .Jlnner .party In Mr. Hollln••w<>rth wtll , bo at h ome
honor of the tlghtetnth unnlver1ary of tho llrat and third Fridays.
M
R . A:-:o Mn!:.
ot
N. P'. STOKES
\V~st T\\'~nty-etahth 1tr~t.
their rnarrlaRf'.
Din"er for A""y Min.
lire
John n . Doyle oC ~o. lnO
a venue, South Paaadena. •n·
Bu..ahn ~JJ
terta tn~rJ
wit h an
army
tllnner and
amol<er. In honor of tho birthday an·
nlve~ry ot &tr. Doyle :i.nd 10 com·
memorate the
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P l"lk roeff and fem•
•ere the artistic table .dccoratlona.
tenth
anntv~rearY
of
the muat•rlnor out ot Battery D. Cal·
Uonila U. S. V., oC whloh Air. Doyle
waa a member. The cfntf'rp(cire o~ the
tullve -rd was a miniature Cortreea
ilUrrounded by cannon and tlaso. .A
f•tuni oC the celebration wao tho
pre.nuns oC a roeter or the battery,
made by CRpt. DI••· The hou1e waa
decorated throua:hout with AmerJ('l\n
The sue3t1 l<'erc Capt. J . Wal·
1-ce Dia•., Lieut. G. L. llfcKcely,
Lleul. J. II'.• Lucey, Llrut. John A.
Glaa•. Frank o. Henderson,
Ben
.Smith, A. N. Slnl•ton, G. W. Brown,
Arthur L<>pn. El . F . Horner, A. G.
Graham. D. Shlold. C. C. Thorn,
Jl'r&nk c . Far r, W . II'. Lo>·d and :a. J ,
Doyle.
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Dinner In Honor of Mi1a Graves.
A pretty dinner party wu the one
slven Thursday al Hotel Hollywood
In hnnor oC M,_ Marie Orovu. &nd
of "hlch Mra. Leroy Plummer waa
hootu1. The table decoration• were
fern• And ca111atloris. and cov•n were
!aid tor Cho tollo•lns neeta: MIH
Mae On:ult. Maude E . Richardo,
Frieda Poycke, Rutli Anderaon, Har·
~~~_'~~~d 11i::!:a. ~~v~ B~:~:
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C'hmrle• 8. P11ul. Henion Roblneon a.nd
Leroy I. Plummer.
Fl•ooptlon for Howao GuHt.
Miu Jane Manin 01 San Francisco
la th• houoe •ueat of Mn. J . c . Glr·
Ion oC No. lOID P'lorlda otreet. Kra. 1
Girton entertained wltb a recepUon
and lunch.on In boiior of Ml#I ll(ar•
vln Thunday. Covero wort lald tor
elshleen, the JO.l••t• lneludlns Mr. and
Mn C. W. E . Smith, Mr. .,,d Mrs.
Ja.meo E. Gorham. Mr. and Jolro. T.
n. MrF.lllotl, Mr. and Mr1. W . F.. 81·
. W•k•End GuHtt.
~~"°~. ~: ;,';,~t!.ra.M~. ~o~ ~!t.J
Among tho aromlnent " 'eek·tnd Mon. E. H. Rydall. Dr. ~ B. O'Brien
l'lle•I• at Hotel Virginia IY•nt :ld:r. an d and J. c. Girton.
Mn. T. W. Eldrldst. :i.tn. L. !:•key,
Theodor. lfartln, Wllllam Jerremo and PromitMnt Eaetom Visitor..
c. o. Conn. a bu•ln<>•• man ot Elle·
Jobn P . Hunt.
h,.tt, Ind.. accompanied ~.y hi• niece,
Miu Sul~ Conn. I• IL i:ueet 111 the
Qone for a V11it North.
Lankcnohln:. att.r hulnc ·•P"'nt oevMr. and !l&n. Cha.rlu Jacobean of era I \tteko at CUtallna laland. ThftY
No. 980 F.lden avenue. have sono tor will i.ave tod01y "'' an automobile trip
a allC weeiu· \'lslt North. They wlll of aoveral dayo.
·
vlalt Sh:i•ta Sprlnr.o. Porlland, Seattle
&hd Brltl•h ~·01u mbla, and on their "Firwt Nlaht~ Partl...
return trip. they l\'111 •Pend eome time ·Mr. and :r.rro. Cllarlu Mocllnl-Wood
In S.n Francleco Mth relatlvu.
entertained laol evening wltb a boa
J>&rty at the Auditorium to wltneu
the .,..rtonnance of "'rho Groat John
auellta of the Virginia.
Oanton." .. Fl1'3! nlshts" at th o Audi·
~Ir. and M,.,. Thoma• Allrn of Lo•
torlum have comu to be 111. recular M~oleo were sueeta oC Iha Virginia clf'tY teature thl• ...,.eon. 0th~,.,, who
Sunday.
entertained box j'&rtlea ,..,.., :Kr. and
Returna Today.
M~:
f1~e ~~d •;A~t:'":i
llrs. Alma Wll•on ot No. %61 Pal:l• P""ad~na. lllro. Jolln Mo..ln. Mr. And
dena avenue r eturns today trom a two M r•. Wllllam Garland. Mr. and Mra.
monU'la' visit lo Seattle, o. here 1he Leo "loongwort, Mr. and :llro. JI". W .
!lrnJ. WeUlncton Rand and
was the .t;ue.st ot her 1011, CJaytoo Blanchard,
pnrty. ll'r. and llrt. O. 1. )hrun, Mr.
Wilson.
ann Mro. o.orA'• Drake Ruddy, llr.
and Mr~. lt'lllL"'l H>oroldl, G•n. and
Will t...vo for the North.
"'"' llarTow•. •~• Entnt Nou• Clob
Frank H . Riddle, who hao been via· In a party oz thirty, Georp Krvirer.
Mr~. )lary Lf-Orand Re•d. Mr. and
ltlnlf hi• mot.her, Mr.. William E . Jlld· Mr•. T J. P'lt"-'~"'ld o>nd Kr. and
die, at h•r aum mer home In Lons :\Ire. McConnfdc o! Chl<•So·
. Beach, " 'Ill le&\e this wee-k tor Seo.tile
' •ftd other northt>rn J>Olnta.
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Homo from P ixley.
Mr. a.nd :i.tn. E. J. O'Sha<> ot No.
1no Reed etritfl are a;-aln at home
a!ter a mt>nth'a ple••&nt \'ialt to Mn.
S orvlel of Plsley, Cal llllo• Miidred Krlt·
· ur or ~o. JOf Fr~mont avenu~ bu
~ returned from n ,·fslt to Pixley.
o·ehea'e pareot1, Mr. and Mra:.
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Mr. and Jiits Samuel s Shepard
are th'! hou'e gucst:t for a. few day1 ot
D,. and 31 n . f; llarb<!r ot :\o. ~3•
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Naida F Stokes in the California, Death Index, 19051939
NAME:
Naida F Stokes
BIRTH YEAR:
abt 1866
DEATH DATE:
15 Feb 1929
AGE AT DEATH :
63
DEATH PLACE:
Los Angeles, California, USA
Source Information
Ancestry.com . California, Death Index, 1905-1939 [database on-line]. Provo, UT. USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.,
2013.
Original data: California Department of Health and Welfare. California Vital Records-Vitalsearch (www.vitalsearchworldwide.com). The Vitalsearch Company Worldwide, Inc., Pleasanton, California.
Description
This index is the first step in your quest to locate your ancestor's California death record , 1905- 1939 (which can lead to
your next step: birth and other records) . Learn more ...
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Minnie Stokes in the 1920 United States Federal
Census
NAME:
AGE:
BIRTH YEAR:
BIRTHPLACE:
HOME IN 1920:
STREET:
RACE:
GENDER:
IMMIGRATION YEAR:
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Minnie Stokes
45
abt 1875
Ireland
Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles,
California
Franklin Ave
White
Female
1884
Wife
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Naldo F Stokes
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ireland
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ireland
NATIVE TONGUE:
English
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH :
Yes
NATURALIZATION STATUS:
Naturalized
ABLE TO READ:
Yes
ABLE TO WRITE:
Yes
NEIGHBORS:
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
View others on page
NAME
Naida F
AGE
54
Stokes
Minnie
Stokes
Francis
Stokes
45
6
(6 8/12)
Source Citation
Year: 1920; Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T625 _106; Page: 58;
Enumeration District: 163; Image: 730
Source Information
Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line). Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data· Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625 , 2076 rolls). Records of the
Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film
numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note· Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).
Description
This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of
the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico ,
American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and fami lies
including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigrat ion, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the
names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census. Learn more ...
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Minnie Stokes in the 1920 United States Federal
Census
NAME:
AGE:
BIRTH YEAR:
BIRTHPLACE:
HOME IN 1920:
STREET:
RACE:
GENDER:
Minnie Stokes
45
abt 1875
Ireland
Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles,
California
Franklin Ave
White
Female
IMMIGRATION YEAR:
1884
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Wife
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Naida F Stokes
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ireland
MOTHER 'S BIRTHPLACE:
Ireland
NATIVE TONGUE:
English
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
NATURALIZATION STATUS:
Naturalized
ABLE TO READ:
Yes
ABLE TO WRITE:
Yes
NEIGHBORS:
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
View others on page
NAME
AGE
Naida F
Stokes
54
Minnie
45
Stokes
Francis
Stokes
6
[6 8/12)
Source Citation
Year: 1920; Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T625_106; Page: SB;
Enumeration District: 163; Image: 730
Source Information
Ancestry.com . 1920 United States Federal Census (database on- line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625. 2076 rolls). Records of the
Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington , D.C. For details on the contents of the film
numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).
Description
This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of
the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico,
American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone. The census provides many details about individuals and families
including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents' birthplaces. In addition, the
names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census. Learn more ...
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Naida F Stokes in the 1920 United States Federal
Census
NAME:
AGE:
Naida F Stokes
[Naida T Stokes]
54
BIRTH YEAR:
abt 1866
BIRTHPLACE:
Pennsylvania
HOME IN 1920:
STREET:
HOUSE NUMBER:
RACE:
Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles,
California
Franklin Ave
6561
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Head
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Minnie Stokes
FATHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Pennsylvania
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Pennsylvania
ABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH:
Yes
OCCUPATION:
Contractor
INDUSTRY:
Residence
EMPLOYMENT FIELD:
Own Account
HOME OWNED OR RENTED:
Own
HOME FREE OR MORTGAGED:
Free
ABLE TO READ:
Yes
ABLE TO WRITE:
Yes
NEIGHBORS:
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
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NAME
Naida F
AGE
54
Stokes
Minnie
Stokes
45
Francis
6
[6 8/ 12)
Stokes
Source Citation
Year: 1920; Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 63, Los Angeles, California ; Rol l: T625_106; Page: 58;
Enumeration District: 163; Image: 730
Source Information
Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census (database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.
Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625 , 2076 rolls). Records of the
Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film
numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).
Description
This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1920 United States Federal Census, the Fourteenth Census of
the United States. It includes all states and territories, as well as Military and Naval Forces, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico,
American Samoa, Guam, and the Panama Canal Zone . The census provides many details about individuals and families
including: name, gender, age, birthplace, year of immigration, mother tongue, and parents ' birthplaces. In addition, the
names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the 1920 Federal Census. Learn more ...
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Naida F Stokes in the 1910 United States Federal
Census
NAME:
Naida F Stokes
[Naida F Stakes]
AGE IN 1910:
44
BIRTH YEAR:
abt1866
BIRTHPLACE:
HOME IN 1910:
RACE:
Pennsylvania
Los Angeles Assembly District 71, Los Angeles,
California
White
GENDER:
Male
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE:
Head
MARITAL STATUS:
Married
SPOUSE'S NAME:
Minnie Stokes
FATHER 'S BIRTHPLACE:
Pennsylvania
MOTHER'S BIRTHPLACE:
Pennsylvania
NEIGHBORS:
HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
View others on page
NAME
AGE
Naida F
Stokes
44
Minnie
33
Stokes
Minnie R
21
Dittmar
Source Citation
Year: 1910; Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 71, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T624_82; Page: 9A;
Enumeration District: 0180; FHL microfilm : 1374095
Source Information
Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census (database on-line]. Provo , UT. USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
Original data: Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1, 178 rolls). Records of the
Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29 . National Archives, Washington , D.C. For details on the contents of the film
numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA.
Description
This database is an index to the head of households enumerated in the 1910 United States Federal Census, the Thirteenth
Census of the United States. In addition, each indexed name is linked to actual images of the 1910 Federal Census. The
information recorded in the census includes: name, relationship to head of family, age at last birthday, sex, color or race,
whether single, married, widowed, or divorced, birthplace, birthplace of father and mother, and more. Learn more ...
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The City of Los Angeles
Department of Building and Safety
1905 N GRACE AVE
Date Received:
Description:
Inspector:
Phone:
Status:
10/16/2002
TRASH OR DEBRIS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY
MICHAEL ALVAREZ
(213)482-0373
CLOSED
Order Information
Order Number
Order Type
Compliance Date
Issued By
Phone
28590
ORDER TO COMPLY
11 /22/2002
MICHAEL ALVAREZ
(213)482-0373
Code Violation Information
Violation
Maintenance and repair of existing building and premises.
Maintenance and repair of existing bu ilding and premises.
Date in Compliance
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Department of Butld1ng and Safety
1905 N GRACE AVE
Date Received:
Description:
Inspector:
Phone:
Status:
3/ 12/2012
BU ILDING OR PROPERTY CONVERTED TO ANOTHER USE
SERGIO RODRIGUEZ
(213)252-3957
NO VIOLATION
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Department of Building and Safety
The information below was found on the following address:
1905 N GRACE AVE
Parcel Profile Report:
1
Permit Information found:
11 1905 N GRACE AVE 90068
Application/Permit#
PC/Job#
Type
Status
Work Description
06016 - 30000 - 04114
B06WL00989
BldgAlter/Repair
Permit
Finaled
3/ 13/2006
VOLUNTARY FOUNDATION
ANCHORING AND ADDING OF
PLYWOOD SHEATHING . NO
STRUCTURAL VALUE.
05041 - 40000 - 30299
X05SP02768
Electrical
Permit
Fina led
3/ 20/2006
ELECTRICAL FOR HVAC
05044 - 40000 - 12919
X05SP02767
HVAC
Permit
Finaled
6/21/2006
C/0 HVAC REDUCT I MOVE
FAU
06044 - 40000 - 03876
X06SP01383
HVAC
Permit
Expired
8/25/2008
INSTALL DUCT ON SIDE OF
THE HOUSE
06042 - 90000 - 28818
Plumbing
Permit
Fina led
12/29/ 2006
Installation of earthquake gas
shut-off valve.
06042 - 90000 - 17093
Plumbing
Permit
Finaled
8/ 11/ 2006
copper repipe house and
water main change out water
heater
Code Enforcement Information:
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Department of Building and Safety
Parcel Profile • Report Date: 2/4/2015 10:52:37 AM
JOB ADDRESS(~)
1905 N GRACE AVE , LOS ANGELES , CA 90068
1. PARCEL LEGAL DESCRIPTION INFORMATION:
Legal Decription :
Tract:
RE-SUBDIVISION OF BLOCKS 10 AND 11 HOLLYWOOD
OCEAN VIEW TRACT
Block:
Lot:
8
Arb:
2
Modifier:
FR
Map Reference Number for Tract Recordation:
MB 2-78
Parcel Identification Number:
150A187 177
2. BASIC ZONING INFORMATION FOR PARCEL:
Alquist-Priolo Fault Zone:
YES
Area Planning Commission:
Central
Baseline Hillside Ordinance:
NO
Baseline Mansionization Ordinance:
NO
Certified Neighborhood Council:
Hollywood Hills West
Community Redev elopment Area:
NO
Council District:
4
District Map :
NO
Flood Hazard Zone:
NO
Hillside Grading Area:
YES
Hillside Ordinance Area :
YES
Planning Area I Community Name:
Hollywood
Zone(s):
[Q)R4-1VL
3. GEOGRAPHICALLY ORIENTED PARCEL INFORMATION:
500 Foot School Zone :
NO
Airport Hazard Area :
NO
Alley:
NO
Building and Safety Branch Office:
LA
Building Line Setback:
NO
Census Tract:
1896.00
City Street R/W:
NO
City Walk R/W:
NO
Coastal Zone Conservation Act:
NO
Community Design Overlay District:
NO
Community Noise Equiv. Level:
NO
Compacted Filled Ground:
NO
Division of Land:
NO
Division of Land Exemption:
NO
Earthquake-Induced Landslide Area:
NO
Earthquake-Induced Liquefaction Area:
YES
Easement:
NO
Energy Zone:
9
Environmentally Sensitive Area:
NO
Fire District:
VHFHSZ
Front Yard Setback:
NO
Future Street:
NO
GPI Plan Route Office:
NO
High Wind Area:
NO
Highway Dedication:
NO
Hillside Street:
NO
Lot Cut Date:
05/07/1919
Lot Size:
NO
Lot Type:
NO
Methane Hazard Site:
NO
Nat. Water Course:
NO
Near Source Zone Distance:
.2
Oil Well Area:
NO
Parcel Area (sqft):
10196.10
Parcel Map Exemption :
NO
Parking District:
NO
Parking Layout:
NO
Private Street:
NO
Read Yard Setback:
NO
Side Yard Setback:
NO
Thomas Brothers Map Grid:
593-E3
Vacated StreeVAlley:
NO
Vehicular Access Waived:
NO
4. CITY DOCUMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH PARCEL:
City Planning Case(s) :
CPC-1984-1-HD
CPC-1986-831-G PC
CPC-184 73-ZC
HLSAREA:
Yes
Ordinance:
ORD-164720
ORD-1611 16-SA6
ORD-161856
Zoning Information File(s):
Zl-2427 FWY Adj Advisory Notice for Sensitive Uses
Zl-2436 Preliminary Hollywood Fault Study Area
5. OTHER PARCEL RELATED INFORMATION:
Seismic Gas Shut Off Valve Installed:
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Department of City Planning
4/21/2015
PARCEL PROFILE REPORT
PROPERTY ADDRESSES
Address/Legal Information
1905 N GRACE AVE
PIN Number
150A187 177
LoUParcel Area (Calculated)
10,195.9 (sq ft)
ZIP COPES
Thomas Brothers Grid
PAGE 593 - GRID E3
90068
Assessor Parcel No. (APN)
5575005015
Tract
RE-SUBDIVISION OF BLOCKS 10 AND 11 HOLLYWOOD OCEAN
VIEW TRACT
RECENT ACTIVITY
CHC-2015-1483-HCM
ENV-2015-1484-CE
CASE NUMBERS
CPC-1986-831-G PC
CPC-1984-1-HD
CPC-18473-ZC
ORD-164720
ORD-161856
ORD-161116-SA6
Map Reference
MB 2-78
Block
1
Lot
FR8
Arb (Lot Cut Reference)
2
Map Sheet
150A187
Jurisdictional Information
Community Plan Area
Hollywood
Area Planning Commission
Central
Neighborhood Council
Hollywood Hills West
Council District
CD 4 - Tom LaBonge
Census Tract#
1896.00
LADBS District Office
Los Angeles Metro
Planning and Zoning Information
Special Notes
None
Zoning
[Q]R4-1VL
Zoning Information (ZI)
Zl-2427 Freeway Adjacent Advisory Notice for Sensitive Uses
General Plan Land Use
High Medium Residential
General Plan Footnote(s)
Yes
Zl-2441 Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zone
Hillside Area (Zoning Code)
Yes
Baseline Hillside Ordinance
No
Baseline Mansionization Ordinance
No
Specific Plan Area
None
Special Land Use I Zoning
None
Design Review Board
No
Historic Preservation Review
No
Historic Preservation Overlay Zone
None
Other Historic Designations
None
Other Historic Survey Information
None
Mills Act Contract
None
POD - Pedestrian Oriented Districts
None
COO - Community Design Overlay
None
NSO - Neighborhood Stabilization Overlay
No
Streetscape
No
Sign District
No
Adaptive Reuse Incentive Area
None
CRA - Community Redevelopment Agency
None
Central City Parking
No
Downtown Parking
No
Building Line
None
500 Ft School Zone
No
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(•) - APN Area is provided "as is" from the Los Angeles County's Public Works, Flood Control, Benefit Assessment.
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No
500 Ft Park Zone
Assessor lnfonnatlon
5575005015
Assessor Parcel No. (APN)
Ownership (Assessor)
Owner1
CAHP HOLDINGS LLC
Address
4340 VON KARMAN AVE STE 110
NEWPORT BEACH CA 92660
Ownership (City Clerk)
Owner
SILVERMAN, GILBERT BUZZ
Address
1905 GRACE AVE
LOS ANGELES CA 90068
APN Area (Co. Public Works)*
0.234 (ac)
Use Code
0100 - Single Residence
Assessed Land Val.
$1 ,056,000
Assessed Improvement Val.
$264,000
Last Owner Change
11/03/14
Last Sale Amount
$1,320,013
Tax Rate Area
67
Deed Ref No. (City Clerk)
899058
593632-36
524289
522110
49884
1600216
Building 1
Year Built
1917
Building Class
D75B
Number of Units
4
Number of Bedrooms
Number of Bathrooms
2
Building Square Footage
2,328.0 (sq ft)
Building 2
No data for building 2
Building 3
No data for building 3
Building 4
No data for building 4
Building 5
No data for building 5
Additional lnfonnation
Airport Hazard
None
Coastal Zone
None
Farmland
Area Not Mapped
Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone
Yes
Fire District No. 1
No
Flood Zone
None
Watercourse
No
Hazardous Waste I Border Zone Properties
No
Methane Hazard Site
None
High Wind Velocity Areas
No
Special Grading Area (BOE Basic Grid Map A13372)
Yes
Oil Wells
None
Seismic Hazards
Active Fault Near-Source Zone
Nearest Fault (Distance in km)
0.180107197694688
Nearest Fault (Name)
Hollywood Fault
Region
Transverse Ranges and Los Angeles Basin
Fault Type
B
Slip Rate (mm/year)
1.00000000
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Slip Geometry
Left Lateral - Reverse - Oblique
Slip Type
Poorly Constrained
Down Dip Width (km)
14.00000000
Rupture Top
0.00000000
Rupture Bottom
13.00000000
Dip Angle (degrees)
70.00000000
Maximum Magnitude
6.40000000
Alquist-Priolo Faull Zone
Yes
Landslide
No
Liquefaction
Yes
Tsunami Inundation Zone
No
Economic Development Areas
Business Improvement District
None
Renewal Community
No
Revitalization Zone
None
State Enterprise Zone
None
State Enterprise Zone Adjacency
No
Targeted Neighborhood Initiative
None
Public Safety
Police Information
West
Bureau
Division I Station
Reporting District
Hollywood
635
Fire Information
3
Division
Batallion
District I Fire Station
Red Flag Restricted Parking
5
27
No
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CASE SUMMARIES
Note: Information for case summaries is retrieved from the Planning Department's Plan Case Tracking System (PCTS) database.
Case Number:
CPC-1986-831-GPC
Required Action(s):
GPC-GENERAL PLAN/ZONING CONSISTENCY (AB283)
Project Descriptions(s):
HOLLYWOOD COMMUNITY PLAN REVISION/GENERAL PLAN CONSISTENCY PLAN AMENDMENT, ZON E CHANGES AND
HEIGHT DISTRICT CHANGES
Case Number:
CPC-1984-1-HD
Required Action(s):
HD-HEIGHT DISTRICT
Project Descriptions(s):
CHANGE OF HEIGHT DISTRICT WITHIN THE "CORE AREA OF L.A."- GENERAL PLAN ZONE CONSISTENCY PROGRAM .
Case Number:
CPC-18473-ZC
Required Action(s):
ZC-ZONE CHANGE
Project Descriptions(s):
Data Not Available
DATA NOT AVAILABLE
ORD-164720
ORD-161856
ORD-161116-SA6
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City of Los Angeles
Department of City Planning
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APN: 5575005015
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PIN#: 150A187 177
Lot: FR 8
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