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Tiree Castle, aka Alexander McLean 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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Tiree Castle, also referred to as the Alexander McLean residence, was architecturally designed and built by Alexander MacLean to resemble a castle with turrets and parapet walls. It was located at number 444 of an unidentified street in Alhambra. Information on the photo verso states that this home became a restaurant in 1935, but is no longer in existence. Similar to photo 00068623.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Architecture-Programmatic.; A-011-957 5x7
Tiree Castle (Alhambra, Calif.)
Exoticism in architecture--California--Alhambra
Gothic revival (Architecture)--California--Alhambra
MacLean, Alexander
Alhambra (Calif.)

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