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Adobe home of Miguel Leonis in Calabasas, ca.1915
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1915
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
California Historical Society
University of Southern California Digital Library
California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960
Rights Information
Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189
Public Domain. Release under the CC BY Attribution license-- both “University of Southern California. Libraries” and “California Historical Society” as the source. Digitally reproduced by the USC Digital Library; From the California Historical Society Collection at the University of Southern California
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Photograph of the adobe home of Miguel Leonis in Calabasas, ca.1915. The building is two stories high and has both a covered balcony and covered porch at right. Although classified as an adobe, most of the building is made of wood. A door and a window flank a brick chimney at left. Much of the view of the front of the house is obscured by several tall trees and bushes. Another tree is visible behind the house.
1 photograph : photonegative, b&w
21 x 26 cm.
negatives (photographic)
chs-m19153 [Legacy record ID]
Architecture, Domestic
Adobe houses
Residential sites
Time Period
circa 1915
Los Angeles
1-33- [Microfiche number]
10101 [Accession number]
CHS-10101 [Call number]
California Historical Society [Contributing entity]

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