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Robert Marsh residence
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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The Tudor-style residence at 1119 Westchester Place, at Country Club Drive was built for relator Robert Marsh, circa 1906 and designed by architect Alfred F. Rosenheim. The residence was demolished in 1967 and replaced with a residence for Claretian Missionaries.
A postcard view of the Robert Marsh residence, located at 1119 Westchester Place. The residence shows four chimneys, red tiled roof, numerous windows, and a beautiful garden. The verso of the card reads, "Just having a little food. Hot cakes & bacon. Had supper at a Hungarian Kosher shop last night. Some experience. Would hate to tell you of the first course. Fine weather but a little cold this A.M. Did my sewing & turned in at 9:00 P.M. -Jack". Postcard postmarked February 10, 1917.
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Marsh, Robert,--Homes and haunts
Architecture, Domestic--California--Los Angeles--English influences
Dwellings--California--Los Angeles
Mansions--California--Los Angeles
Lost Architecture--California--Los Angeles
Rosenheim, Alfred F.(Alfred Faist),1859-1943
Country Club Park (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Country Club Drive (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Westchester Place (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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