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Frank P. Flint 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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Exterior view of the Colonial Revival style residence of Frank P. Flint (1862-1929) on a thirteen acre estate in Flintridge. Flint was a deputy Marshall, a lawyer, a judge, a banker, a United States Republican Senator (1905-11) and a real estate developer. In 1922, Flint subdivided 1740 acres of the former Rancho La Can~ada and called it Flintridge. He went on to build the Flintridge Equestrian Center,Flintridge Bridal Paths, the Flintridge Country Club and the Flintridge Hotel.; La Can~ada Flintridge is situated in the Crescenta Valley, located between the San Gabriel Mountains and Angeles National Forest. Prior to incorporation in 1976, La Can~ada and Flintridge were two distinct communities.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
S-007-558 4x5; La Can~ada Flintridge-Residences-Flint, Frank P.
Dwellings--California--La Can~ada Flintridge
Neoclassicism (Architecture)--California--La Can~ada Flintridge
La Can~ada Flintridge (Calif.)

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