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Title
Martin Residence, 424 Paseo del Mar, Palos Verdes Estates
Contributor
Struthers, Raymond R. (architect)
Olmsted Associates (architect)
Gerdes, Henry (builder)
Martin, Edward I. (owner)
Silva, James de (owner)
Contributing Institution
Palos Verdes Library District
Collection
Palos Verdes Homes Association Photo Collection
Rights Information
Electronically digitized by the Palos Verdes Library District, from the Palos Verdes Homes Association Photograph Collection held in the Local History Room. Copyright status must be investigated before publishing or commercial use. To obtain permission and images for publication purposes please contact the Palos Verdes Library District.
Description
Image shows view of the Edward I. Martin residence under construction, located on Paseo del Mar on lot 7, block 1511, tract 6886 in Malaga Cove. View of the wood-frame, hollow-tile structure is from the corner of Paseo del Mar and Via Aromitas, with automobile parked along curb in front of house. The wall surrounding the enclosed garden, designed by the Olmsted brothers, is visible at right. According to the building permit card #129, the large Spanish style two-story home with attached three-car garage was built by the Palos Verdes Home Association as Project House #7. It is featured in the Palos Verdes Bulletin of April 1928, which includes a detailed plan of the house. The home was later owned by James de Silva.
Date Built: 1928
Photo Source: Palos Verdes Homes Association
PVH building permit #129.
Type
Text
Format
1 photographic print (b/w); 7.25 x 8.25 in.
Identifier
pvld:1514
000015867
148
Subject
Houses--California--Palos Verdes Estates
Martin residence
Building construction--California--Palos Verdes Estates

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