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"Hopecrest" on Bunker Hill
Alternative Title
Los Angeles Photographers Photo Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Located at 357 S. Hope Street on Bunker Hill and designed by Joseph C. Newsom, the home was built in 1891 for Rev. Edward T. Hildreth, a Congregational minister. Between 1946 and 1952, John & Mabel Haufe owned the home, renamed "Hopecrest," and lovingly restored it to its former glory. The structure has since been demolished and replaced with the Security Pacific Bank Building, later the Bank of America Plaza.
Scaffolding surrounds "Hopecrest," commonly known as the Hildreth Mansion, during its renovation.
1 photographic print :b&w ;15 x 9 cm.
Photographic prints
John & Mabel Haufe Collection; Los Angeles Photographers Collection
Hildreth Mansion (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Buildings--Repair and reconstruction--California--Los Angeles
Dwellings--California--Bunker Hill (Los Angeles)
Mansions--California--Bunker Hill (Los Angeles)
Queen Anne revival (Architecture)--California--Bunker Hill (Los Angeles)
Lost architecture--California--Bunker Hill (Los Angeles)
Bunker Hill (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.)
John & Mabel Haufe Collection photographs
Los Angeles Photographers Collection photographs
Newsom, Joseph C

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