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Anson Van Leuven residence
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Works Progress Administration Photo Collection
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Federal Writers' Project
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Designed by Elizabeth in 1872 after the first Van Leuven home was destroyed, this structure consists of locally made clay bricks and was not completed until 1884. The home was later converted into an apartment house called Mountain View Mansion. Anson Van Leuven, an early Mormon settler, served as sheriff and oversaw a successful citrus business.
Exterior view of a Classical Revival style residence, located at 10664 Mountain View Avenue in Loma Linda, built by Anson and Elizabeth Van Leuven. A glimpse of the family's citus grove is visible on the far right.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Works Progress Administration Collection
WPA 7806 8x10
Dwellings--California--Loma Linda
Neoclassicism (Architecture)--California--Loma Linda
Works Progress Administration Collection photographs
Loma Linda (Calif.)
Van Leuven, Anson

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