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Palos Verdes Bulletin, January 1926
PALOS VERDES BULLETIN
Published by the Palos Verdes Homes Association, Palos Verdes Estates, California
VOLUME
2
JANUARY
1926
NUMBER
Webber, Staunron
LOOKING
HOLLYWOOD
A
very
struction
-PALOS
ACTIVELY
strong
of
O(T
the
AIAL.AGA
VERDES
PUSHED
movement
for
ITollywood-Palos
225 feet wide, linking
of Los Angelcs with
('PON
COVE
PLAZA
PARKWAY
immediate
Verdes
con-
Parkway,
the finest residential
Redondo and Palos
district
Verdes,
was reported
at the annual
meeting
of Palos Verdes
homes
Association
held
Tuesday,
January
12th.
I)irectors
elected
were
A. E. Cameron,
one year;
Donald K. Lawver
and (,. 11. Morgan
for two years,
and Jay Lawyer
and J. C. Low for three years.
Seven hundred
acres of parks
were reported
by
Secretary
and Manager
Charles
IT. Cheney
as having;- been deeded by the Project
and accepted
by the
.Association.
These
lands could not be bought
for
several million dollars, including
as they do four
miles of ocean beach and bluffs, the golf course,
school and playground
sites, etc. The upkeep problems are well in hand, arrangements
being under
way
with
the
County
to
use
a definite
appropria-
tion hereafter annually for the maintenance
of the
4L)miles of Palos Verdes roads now sub-surfaced
out
of the 53 miles already constructed,
he said, and the
Association was going along in very sound shape.
Director
of Finance
that the annual
lished in the
T.
IT. Pennekamp
reported
appropriations
for 1925-26, as estabbudget
adopted
last summer
and
FROM
inc
('u(H,
DI,TTiis
ttc
rtn:
¢nd Spaulding,
I
Architects
ARaAUt?
printed
in the July l3ttlletin amounted
which $14,869.90
had been expended
to $O(',820, of
to (late.
From
the taxes of the Association
this year $25,197 was
received,
and there
were
taxes
receivable
of
$3,699.45 unpaid.
The Project had agreed to subscribe the difference needed for the annual nutintenance work as established
in the budget and would
pay their contribution
at the end of the year when
the amount was definitely determined.
( )ver $1,000,0(x)
in new improvements
are to he
made by Palos Verdes
Project
on the Estates
during the coming
year, including
a large amount
of
planting
and park development
which
will enrich
the sidewalk
areas
and parks
of the Estates
very
materially,
according to jay Lawyer, General Manager of the Project, who outlined the program under
way.
Petitions
are being actively
circulated
asking
the County Supervisors
to form immediately
a large
district for the construction
of the TTollywood-Palos
Verdes Parkway
from Inglewood
to a connection
with Paseo del Mar, the coast parkway
in Palos
Verdes Estates at the north line of Malaga Cove.
This parkway is proposed to be 225 feet in width
with a central roadway probably of 80 feet, and wide
planting strips with three lines of trees at least on
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on page seven)
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PALOS
VERDES
BULLETIN
PALOS VERDES BULLETIN
Publication Office
75 MALAGA COVE PLAZA
PALOS VERDES ESTATES, CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles Office
sot LANE MORTGAGE BUILDING
Eighthand SpringStreets
Published
by Palos Verdes
Homes
Association,
a nonstock,
non-profit,
community
organization,
in which
every
building
site in Palos
Verdes
Estates
has one vote; incorporated
under
the laws of the State
of California.
Mailed to any address
upon request.
r w w
News
hands
notes
and
of the editors
items
of interest
not later
"Quality
First
CONTROL
than
the
should
first
be in the
of each
month.
in l'celos Verdes"
OF SIGNS
Careful
control
of all signs on Palos Verdes
Estates
as to design,
color,
size and necessity
is of
prime
importance
if we are to fulfil our ideal of
keeping
the property
from ever being spoiled.
Billboards,
of course,
are forever
banned
by the restrictions.
On the other
hand,
business
houses
must
have reasonable
signs
so that they may easily
be
found and identified.
The system used at the lovely
1'aseo or "Street in Spain" in Santa Barbara, and
now adopted for the business offices at Malaga Cove
Plaza, seems a very nice conrproutise
a few words,
in thin letters about four inches high, arranged
at
eye height, and placed in a thin black border or
panel
These
with a thin
are painted
the building
red line outside
directly
on the
to brighten
it up.
plaster
surface
of
and fit into the general
sign without
losing
architectural
nouncc
the stores within
and yet
sive, nor Offensive
to the eye.
scheme
effect.
are not
of de-
They
antoo obtru-
It is a strange anomaly of modern civilization
that while the courts have repeatedly
sustained
the
punishment
of offenses against our sense of smell,
and our sense of hearing, they have not yet given
ordinary
communities
adequate
interpretation
the police power to curb the terrible
our
sense
its.
However,
of sight
that
within
offenses
everywhere
obtrude
the last three
of
against
in another
decade
Mstrict
see billboards,
signs and even olfcnsive
color on
buildings reasonably
regulated.
In Palos Verdes, however, all these things have
been provided
for by common
agreement
in the protective
restrictions
under
which
lots have been acquired.
The I lomes
Association
and the \rt
fury
have full power
to cope cotttpletely
with the situa
tion.
I n this regard
we are the most fortunate
community
in the A\'est and as we grow up, with more
and more homes and buildings
of all kinds and our
great area free from billboards
and all signs except
the few necessities
(and those in gcrxl taste),
Palos
Verdes undoubtedly
will become more and more
envied and sought after because of this tremendous
asset
to its permanent
attractiveness.
upon
or four years,
NEW
PLANTINGS
ALONG GRANVIA
VALMONTE
Of the plantings
already done in I';dos Verdes,
decisions
in Minnesota,
Massachusetts,
and Ohio
begin to indicate
that the "mind of the court"
is progressing
toward
an understanding
of these matters,
and that probably
\'IA I,, Srm,v,. I.IU(NINOO EAST
I t the rrorthr 'ast eoriier of Mc Ilnlirr/n Corr
or so we shall
perhaps
the most
interesting
to the
server
is, or will be within a year, that
general
between
obthe
double-barrel
roads of (;ranvia Valmontc
from the
I?ucalyptus
(rove cast to V'almonte Plaza, and beyond the I9aza to Via Campesina
a space of threequarters of a mile lug and ninety feet wide, completely
planted
with
covers.
:Along the outside
Iiro'u/pilts
rostra/u, the
tree, as it is one of the
soil in this section
and
trees,
of
Red
shrubs
each
(4um,
barrel
and
of
is used
ground
the
as
road
a street
hest trees for the light, dry
will probably
attain a height
of 1(x) feet.
At irregular
3
,A I'ow
MIostEN'rs' ItAVr AT TIP; NORTH
l N'ra, vNeI:
I'i,AZ,
intervals
within
the center
parkway
this same variety of I?ucalvptus is again used, with
other tall trees such as the Silk-Oak
((;revilic(t ro(ms/a), with pretty fern-like foliage and orange-colored flowers
covering
its branches
in late spring;
the She-Oak
(Casuarina strirta), of pyramidal
growth
and
dark,
pine-like
foliage;
l:ru'olt'ptrts
lruco.rvlorr
rosea, the Red Flowered
Victorian
Iron (lark, probably the hardiest
of the bright-flowering
eucalyptus
6
PALOS
the great increase
boulevards
cently
perts
and
in demand
ments,
class
grounds,
demand
for designers
high
for parks, playgrounds,
recreation
still the great
and
called
and
more
for city planning
of large
community
subdivisions,
and new towns
has
such trained
nten.
VERDES
for
the
ex-
improve-
industrial
also
re-
villages
services
of
One of the hardest problems of the landscape architect is to show in a drawing or plan how he proposes to produce
beautiful
results with the materials he uses. The architect can show a fine building, the engineer can show bridges and roads, but
the
landscape
number
P.
wish
of luncheons,
bridge parties
this time.
Mr.
may
to
spend
money
LA VENTA INN NOTES
Was a busy month at La Venta
I)eccnbcr
the
man
dinners,
far exceeding
1). Alason
gave
teas,
any other
a dinner
dances
month
party
to
remodel the land shapes and rebuild the soil itself,
then to plant small trees and flowers that will requirc
't'hese
years
plans
of growth
to
are not showy,
prove
even
his real
with the
ability.
best of
drawings.
The
ideals
of Palos
Verdes
will
demand
the best
of landscape design, even for small places, and lot
owners are fortunate
in that all the park and road
layouts up to this time have been in skilled hands.
It is to be hoped that the makers of new homes
aiid gardens will make use of a really competent
landscape architect.
There are a number of them
available in and about Los Angcles.
Mrs.
Dc Stoiger
gave
and
tea
at La
Venta
and
The Misses
Thayer
and "I'odd, of the John Nlilir
Junior
high
School,
gave
a bridge
luncheon
for
twenty-eight
people
on December
16th.
Aliss Nancy I Tacker of Santa Monica
entertained
at La Vent:
at a bridge tea on December
ltth.
A number
of university
people enjoyed
a dinner
I )c-
cctrtbcr 8th.
Mrs. Deeny,
wife of one of the officers of the
U. S. S. Pennsylvania,
gave a bridge luncheon on
December 8th for twenty guests.
The Long peach Alumni of Sigma Chi Fraternity gave a Christmas dinner dance at La Vcnta Inn.
Mrs. R. B. you hlcinSmid
was one of the Los
Angeles hostesses
who entertained
in the charming
surroundings
of La Vcnta during December.
on DecentIer
a musicale
Inn,
up to
on
BULLETIN
30th.
and dance on New Year's Eve. I toward Newby is
president of the group.
Mr. and 1\1rs. Walter I rauttsweigcr
spent several
days at La Yenta Inn at Christmas
tithe.
CHRISTMAS
On
Palos
Christmas
Verdes
Eve
met
about
at the
EVE
sixty-five
north
Plaza
residents
dressed
of
in
Spanish
costume
and carrying
lighted
candles,
then
marched
to the residence
of Al r. Olmsted
singing
Christmas
carols.
At the door two of the young
people dressed
as Mary and joseph
knocked
and re-
rptested permission to enter, but Were told that there
was no room.
"Then they continued to smother entrance,
all according
to an old Mexican
custom.
Inside the large living room there was more
singing, and then the children were invited to take
part in an old-fashioned
grab bag, which hung in
the center
blindfolded
until the
't'nr Fn(sr
D INING
ROOM
AT
LA
VENTA
of the room.
The children,
one by one,
and armed
with a stick, struck
the bag
fourth
or fifth child finally
succeeded
in
bursting
it, then there was a general scramble to
pick up the small presents.
There were thirty or
more children who had been trained to sing Christmas carols.
The whole party was a great success
with a great deal of community
interest and true
Christmas spirit.
PALOS
VERDES
BULLETIN
Winchmn
I$NTRANCI] PA,rIO AT 77110 Home
THE LANDSCAPE
ARCHITECT
There is a good deal of confusion in the minds of
many
tect."
L. Risky,
A,ch r
t
or 1\7a. AND MIRs. W. R. T)oltlc, VIA AItRIIIA, 1IAI,AInA (ovi;
as to what
is meant
by "Landscape
ArchiThe first error is to suppose
he is just a sort
of architect
who builds garden walls and pergolas,
and there have been many efforts to find a new
name for him, such as landscaper,
landscape
designer, garden artist, parkist, and what not. There
are landscape gardeners,
and good ones, but more
often just gardeners.
There are landscape engineers,
who are often just engineers.
But the true landscape architect
is one of greater breadth of viewpoint, training,
and experience,
particularly
in landscape design.
The real profession
of designing
skilfully,
for the
agreeable
impr ovement
of the surface
of the land
art,
scapc
sonic
distinct
ticulture
must
from
the
other
arts.
architect
must know landscape
architecture,
and in addition
and gardening,
he able
to use
The
art,
must
real
and sonic engineering.
these
several
arts
land-
must know
know horand
Ito
sciences
Ili their proper relation in matters of design.
The art of gardening
finely has been known and
recognized
for centuries,
])tit only in recent years
II"0
for human use and enjoyment,
can be and is an art
in itself, and its highest form is recognized as a fine
A ('lARAt(NO VISTA
DOWN
A SUN 1.11' IIALTAVAY
Flame of Mr. and Mrs. Dorr
has it become a true profession of great importance,
for in the Old days only a few people were able to
find leisure to enjoy the land, or funds to pay for
its improvement.
( )nly in recent years has the sense
of public
responsibility
and public
interest
developed to sufficient
extent
to acquire
public
parks,
school grounds,
parkways
and reservations
of large
extent,
and to need designing
and improving
of such
areas in the best possible
manner.
In a generation
the world has seen a vast change
in the manner Of living, through the coming of the
automobile
and the change Of normal rates of progress from a mile or two to twenty miles per hour or
more. 'I'he motor car might have meant a lessening.
of need for the landscape architect, for it has called
THROUGH THE ASCII
Al'iTln':
Home of Mr. atul
END
Mrs.
OF 1111'
Dorr
IIALIAVAY
for a large share Of the surplus
funds of the family
and of the public.
But it has led also to speed in
production
and increase
in general
wealth,
and now
seems to have greatly
increased
instead
of reducing
the call for land improvement;
it has taken
people
Out Onto the land to live and also Out into much
wider use of parks and playgrounds
for recreation.
PALOS
VERDES
BULLETIN
5
77f
Winchto,
'far:
iA,'rnvr:
I'Aros
I,. Kislev,Architect
Vr: amts STONE' Is t'AI'A111.6: OF Vh:¢v INTERNsTiNin T iii?:vrnn:NT
lt'esidenee
of Mr. and Mrs. II'. ll. Dorr
In the older cities of the world and especially in
those of the United States, the art of improvement
society for many years centered around New York
and Boston, where there were a few active mem-
of the land has been developed
to a high degree
and
the demand
for skilled
designers
has become
very
great.
In colonial
days a few inch gave
serious
thought
to landscape
design,
but not until
a few
decades
ago was there
a real call for men to give
their entire
time to this outdoor
art.
New York in
the fifties called for plans to improve
the city park
and reservoir
grounds;
the elder
Olmsted,
an en-
gineer,
with Mr. Vaux,
petition
make
place
for
what
was
an architect,
then
won the com-
a vast
undertaking,
over the great tract from an ugly spot
of great beauty
and usefulness-knowvn
Central
Park.
That
was
followed
by
a call
other cities for similar work, and 1\ir. Olmsted
a very busy life in planning land improvement
to
to a
as
from
spent
as a
real profession.
lie visited
all parts of the United
States,
from Boston
to New Orleans
and San Francisco, and he built up a great office through
which
many hundreds
many
men
of men were trained
have
gone
out
into
and from which
the
active
practice
of the new profession.
Tn recent years the demand for trained designers
has become so great that schools of landscape architecture have been established
in many of the universities,
thorough
some
and
relatively
exacting,
superficial,
and
now there
others
very
are
many
A Fntrsiui?
Nooi< IN THE HOME Or TIE. AND nuts . (;Eo. (lions,,
I u C(IrllyrcNhnu, 11(ilor/tr. Core
la.
hers, but now the membership
has grown into hundreds, extending from coast to coast, and standards
tice, the need for some interchange
of ideas and for
the establishing
of standards
of professional
etiquette
has led to the forming
of a society
known
as
of practice
have become
well established
on a truly
professional
basis, comparable
to the professions
of
law, medicine
or architecture.
The private
place for the loan of means,
or even
for the man of limited
means
hut_ of high artistic
standards,
has afforded
perhaps
the largest
share of
the American
work
trained
With
men
practicing
the increase
Society
throughout
in the number
of Landscape
the
country.
of men in prac-
Architects.
This
for the professional
landscape
designer;
but
6
PAI.OS
VERDES
the great increase in demand for parks, playgrounds,
boulevards
and recreation
grounds,
and more recently still the great demand for city planning experts
and for designers
of large
community
improve-
ments, high class subdivisions,
industrial
villages
and new towns has called also for the services of
such trained meet.
One of the hardest problems of the. landscape architect is to show in a drawing or plan how he proposes to produce
beautiful
results with the materials he uses. The architect can show a fine building, the engineer can show bridges and roads, but
the
landscape
I)eccmbcr
the
number
man
may
wish
to
spend
money
to
LA VENTA INN NOTES
was a busy month at La Vesta
Inn,
of luncheons,
and
dinners,
teas,
(lances
bridge parties far exceeding any other month up to
thistime.
Mr. P. 1). Mason gave a dinner party oil I)cccntbcr8th.
Mrs. 1)cemy, wife of one of the officers of the
U. S. S. Pcnnsylvania,
gave it bridge luncheon on
December 8th for 1wenty guests.
BULLETIN
remodel
the land shapes
and rebuild
the soil itself,
then to plant
small trees and flowers
that will retmirc
years
of growth
to prove
his real ability.
'T'hese plans are not showy,
even with the best of
drawings.
The ideals of Palos Verdes will demand the best
of landscape design, even for small places , and lot
owners are fortunate
in that all the park and road
layouts up to this time have been in skilled hands.
It is to be hoped that the makers of new homes
and
gardens
surroundings
of
La
Vesta
during
make
use
of a really
competent
of them
Mrs. De Stoiger gave a musicale and tea at La
Vesta on December 30th.
The Misses Thayer and 'T'odd, of the John Muir
Junior
1ligh
School,
gave
a bridge
luncheon
fur
twenty-eight
people
on December
1()th.
Miss Nancy IIacker
of Santa Monica
entertained
at La Vesta
A number
at a bridge
tea on December
of university
and dance on New Year's
president of the group.
The Long L'cach Alumni of Sigma Chi Fraternity gave a Christmas dinner dance at La Vesta Inn.
Mrs. R. B, von hleinSmid
was one of the Los
Angeles hostesses wli( entertained
in the charming
will
landscape
architect.
There are a number
available in and about Los \ngeles.
days
people
Eve.
loth.
enjoyed
a dinner
Ifoward
Newby
Mr. and 1Mrs. Walter
I raunsweiger
spent
at La Vcnta
Inn at Christmas
time.
December.
CHRISTMAS
On
Palos
Christmas
Verdes
Spanish
marched
costume
Eve
met
and
sixty-five
north
carrying
to the residence
Christmas
carols.
At
people dressed
as Mary
several
EVE
about
at the
is
Plaza
lighted
residents
dressed
candles,
of lllr. (_)lmsted
of
in
then
singing
the door two of the young
and joseph
knocked
and re-
(ptested permission to enter, but were told that there
was 110 room.
Then they continued
to mother entrance,
all according
Inside
the large
to an old Mexican
living
room
there
custom.
was more
singing, and then the children were invited to take
part in an old-fashioned
grab bag, which Ming ill
the center
blindfolded
until the
Tnr FIRSTDINING ROOMAT LA VENTA
of the room.
The children,
one by one,
and armed
with a stick, struck
the bag
fourth
or fifth child finally
succeeded
in
bursting
it, then there was a general scramble to
pick up the small presents.
There were thirty or
store children who had been trained to sing Christmas carols.
The whole party was a great success
with a great deal of contntunity
interest and true
Christmas spirit.
PALO S VERDES
BULLETIN
Mrs.
7
IZ. It.
GOLF CLUB NOTES
1Terming, wife of Lieutenant
ning of the Ilatttleship
the Golf Club to wives
cember
29th.
Fifty
tired
but
happy
young
Golf Club for a sunrise
after
a dance
at La
Twenty-five
A'rritAu
lvi:
(Cunt
Nia'
1101
intted
Rum
SE
each side, and a local service
ON
VIA
page
LA
people
came
to the
on December
23rd,
Venta.
and guests
dinner
at the
of the Redondo
Golf
Club
Mr. James
Fiske, of the Palos Verdes
second
a card
prize in the amateur-professional
of 69 in the recent
tournament
on the
Golf Club,
class
at the
L. ,\. Country Club.
Rear-Admiral
George R. Marvell of the tT. S. S.
flagship Procyon made a hole in one at the Palos
Verdes golf course on Christmas
Day, playing with
R,,,, and Munson. A,thitccts
AN
breakfast
members
Card Club enjoyed
14th of January.
took
with
Hen-
Pennsylvania,
gave a tea at
of officers of the ship on De-
tiKI,vA
me)
road near the property
line.
The width
is necessary
to give a park-like
drive
and effect
for the whole
width,
like similar
famous
drives of Kansas
City, Chicago,
Buffalo,
Indianapolis,
etc.
The petitions
now being circulated
include
a district
of nearly
30,000 acres,
taking
in
the north
1,080 of Palos Verdes
and the communities of Redondo
I eac}t, ITawthornc,
Torrance,
Lo-
mita
one
and
of the
Gardena,
greatest
in this southwest
To
forward
and
contemplate
improvements
urndoubtedly
ever
put
forward
district.
the
tion has been formed
movement,
a strong
called "The
i1
organiza-
Southwest
Parks
and Parkways
/\ssociation,"
with the following
officers:
Judge
J. S. Crandall,
President,
Gardena;
1 I . 1). Pottengcr,
Genet al
Manager,
Hawthorne
C. of C.; J. M. Carter,
1st Vice-Pres.;
ken Long,
2nd Vice-T'res.,
Mcmeta;
William
IZay, Treasurer,
Lawndale;
Al. C. 1)'a rnard,
Secretary,
Ilawthorne;
Chas. TT. Cheney, Palos Verdes
dent Redondo C. of C. : I larold
Rufus Page, Torrance
C. of C.
; C. J. Funk, PresiDale, T,:l Segundo
SILIIOUETT
V"ice-:Admiral
I? FROM
1'in
'I'EItitACI
'7 Oil
Oil
MR , AND
DIRS.
JAS.
11. Jackson,
LT, S. S. MauryMarvell
of the same ship.
The admiral
sank his tee shot on the fifteenth
hole.
This is a 145-yard hole which requires driving across
a small harranca
onto a difficult
green.
George
The Blflletiit will be mailed
three issues, to any address.
1".
VENTA
Richard
land, and Lieut.
cp°EE
RESIDENCE
LA
I)AWSON
VIA LA SEI.VA, VAI, MONTE
upon
re(luest,
for
PALOS
A ROCK- RIBBED
PROMONTORY
VERDES
ENCLOSES
ON
TtnE
ART JURY NOTES
A number
of new buildings
were approved
finally by the Artury
during Uecenther, including
a four-flat building near Malaga Cove Plaza and several houses.
The more important
items acted oil
were as follows :
hl/'"0 Conc.
iI'ooslC11house C0111-t
on.Lot
7-5 - 11
of
Final approval
was
a house
court
to
\Vooslev
on Lot
secrct;trv
tioeTtt
1017-5 from
the
plans
and chairman
give
side of
Plaza.
for pl;ons
THE
QUINT
WATERS
OF
I,IINAUA
BAY
The secretary
vas authorized
to give fin;tl approval to plans for this house on Via La Sclva op-
of Hugh
were authorized
final approval
SHUN
shallowness
of the lot, the Art jury approved
change
of set-hack
line on Lot 1435-13 to ten feet from the
street
for the garage.
Il onsc for 'Ill-. Sun/ , I revs on Lot I 7 Oo-
given this first four-flat
unit
cost $15,000
for Mr. James
Kirk, :Architect,
to be located
on the north
Vitt (-autpcsina,
just back of Malaga
Cove
I/oust for 11/x15.Cco. Kincaid on Lot 1537-9
Tlie
BULLETIN
to
for
this attractive
house on Lot
1537-o) at the corner of Via
Somonte and Via Concjo one
block cast of La Vcnta Inn,
posite the end of Via Capay
from plans by Mr. Itronecr,
changes
were
lu/encln/rnts
't'he
Approval
approval
rnent No. () to the various
of record
in the Fstates
ments
and set-backs,
l/oust'
on Lot
was given
declarations
readjusting
to Antend-
of restrictions
details
of ease-
etc.
1276-1;-111ur,cule
approval
to he erected
was
given
immediately
this
from
very
plans
A splendid
the Santa
collection
of prize
Barbara
Community
of which a limited
slintnlate
better
21) designs
Verdes
building
one
Art
on
Every
lot
today.
TEAR
Sec'y,
OFF
Palos
number
(indicated
owner
THIS
readjustments
in the plans were completed.
Ten Foot Sel-bathA pproved
on Lot 1135-13
Because
of the extreme
in
l'alos
already
should
BLANK
Verdes
designs
published
Arts Association,
AND
Art
been
have
MAIL
seal of Palos
approved
a copy.
WITH
to
Verdes.
by the gold
jury)
have
the Estates.
Costing
of copies were secured
architecture
75 Malaga
Cove Plaza,
Palos
Verdes
Estates,
minor
Architect
W. L. Risley to the west of Granvia La Costa on
Cloyden Road, 1\largate, not far from Reynolds' Inn.
by
provided
tine house
by
PRIZE HOUSE DESIGNS
Sixty Plans and Elevations of Homes
Approximately $5,000 Each
•I'tn: Two 111INDRED FOOT CLIFFS ON TILE
SHORE 01" Till-' LUNADA BAY
Dis'rR^r
grove
minor
made.
to Restr'illions
Art jury's
Final
in the eucalyptus
provided
certain
YOUR
for
Send
for
CHECK
Jury,
California.
Dear Sir:
Enclosed
find my check for $2.15 for which
send me postpaid
a copy of the Santa Barbara
of Prize
Designs
of $5,000 houses.
please
Book
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