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Dr. Carr's home now Carmalita (built by John B. Springer (contracter) in 1886)
T.G.Norton and Co. (Los Angeles)
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Carmelita House (guests on lawn and on horseback). Reverse reads: "1886 - Built by J.B. Springer; 1937 - now on corner of Maylin and S. Orange Grove; Built over". Also written by hand in ink on reverse is "Grace W. Hodge, 1266 N. Raymond Ave." Grace W. Hodge was the wife of Nathaniel Hodge and the daughter-in-law of Dr. Jacob Sylvester Hodge. (J.S. Hodge family identified in 1894 City Directory, including Nathaniel; Nathaniel and Grace located at 1266 N. Raymond Ave. in 1920 City Directory. Grace listed as widowed in 1930 City Directory.) We guess that Dr. Carr and Dr. Hodge possibly knew one another. Based on Mrs. Hodge's writing on the photograph, it is possible some of the people in the photograph are members of the Hodge family.
Carmelita (Pasadena, Calif.)
Orange Grove Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.)
Architecture, Domestic--California--Pasadena

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