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1998-0320. View of two-story home with three-story tower on left side; man standing on pediment over lower story window, working on second story window; another man on the roof; two sets of chimneys on roof; rectangular and arched windows; balustrades around porch and under tower windows; ornate details around roof. Built for James Wesley Calkins in 1878 or 1880; owned by Thomas J.P. and Georgiana Lacy around turn of the century; finally purchased in 1923 by University Club of Santa Barbara who extensively remodeled the building, changing the house from Victorian-style to Spanish-Colonial Revival style. Building has been variously called - Calkin's Castle, Lacy House, Riviera Mansion. Located at 1332 Santa Barbara Street.
1 photgraphic print : cabinet card ; 4 1/4 x 6 1/2 in.
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