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James G. Hale House
Alternative Title
Los Angeles Herald Examiner Photo Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
Circa 1970
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Exterior view of the Hale House, a "Carpenter Gothic" style structure. Designed by George W. Morgan and built in 1887, this home was declared an historic monument by the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Board in June 1966. It is called an "outstanding example of the late Victorian period in Los Angeles...and embodies the essence of most of the typical features of this historic style." It was first located at 4501 North Figueroa (originally Pasadena Avenue), then moved to 4425 N. Figueroa, the location shown here. It is being readied to be moved to Heritage Square Museum.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Herald Examiner Collection
HE-002-143 4x5; HE box 226.
Gothic revival (Architecture)--California--Highland Park (Los Angeles)
Architecture, Victorian--California--Highland Park (Los Angeles)
Architecture, Domestic--California--Highland Park (Los Angeles)
Dwellings--California--Highland Park (Los Angeles)
Highland Park (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Los Angeles Herald-Examiner photographs
Herald-Examiner Collection photographs
Morgan, George W

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