1826 N. Berendo Street 90027
1826 N. Berendo Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
Sold on February 10, 1975 for $39,000.
This was the home of Rev. Edwin P. Ryland. Ryland was hired in 1918 as minister of the Mt. Hollywood Community Church after he was terminated as minister of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles because he was an open pacifist and did not support the First World War. Dr. Ryland brought to Mt. Hollywood a large number of his Methodist followers. This greatly increased Church membership despite a bad flu epidemic that closed all churches, schools and public places for eight weeks. Under his leadership in the 1920s the Church membership grew from 167 to 608. The Church enjoyed little competition as there were only four local churches in Los Feliz in 1924. Another boon for Mt. Hollywood Church was the subdivision of the 100 acre estate Arthur Letts estate bounded by Laughlin Park, Franklin, Edgemont and Los Feliz into some 300 smaller lots after his death in 1923. This area became a virtual magnet for many young new families who came to the Church. Under the leadership of Rev. Ryland, the Church turned increasingly worldly and liaised with a host of charitable organizations in the city. Unfortunately by 1926, Dr. Ryland’s star had risen so high, he became general secretary of the Church Federation of Los Angeles and had to resign from Mt. Hollywood.
1826 N. Berendo Avenue (was 1832 Paul Place): 1) Iola S. Baass, head of household; 34 year old white female widow; born in Indiana; father born in Virginia; mother born in Indiana; not working. 2) Christina Baass, daughter: 11 year old white single female; born in Kentucky; father born in Kentucky; mother born in Indiana; not working.; 3) Caroline Hunter, mother; white female widow 58 years of age; born in Indiana; father born in Germany; mother born in Germany; not working.
1826 N. Berendo Street: 1) Edward? Matese?, renter and head of household; white male 42 years of age; married; born in Ohio; parents born in Ohio; ???. 2) Alice? Matese?, wife; white female 37 years of age; married; born in Ohio; parents born in Ohio; not working. 3) Francis? Matese?, daughter; white female 16 years of age; in school; born in Missouri. 4) Garret? Matese?, son; white male 14 years of age; in school; born in Missouri. 5) Dorothy Matese?, daughter; white female 12 years of age; in school; born in Missouri.
1826 N. Berendo Street (rents for $65 per month): 1) Edwin P. Ryland, head of household; white male 64 years of age, married at age 25; born in Missouri; father born in Missouri, mother in Virginia; church minister. 2) Lela G. Ryland, wife; white female 59 years of age; married at age 20; born in Missouri; father in Virginia, mother in Pennsylvania; not working. 3) Mary R. Ryland, daughter; white female 32 years of age, single; born in Missouri; real estate secretary. 4) Celeste McVey, maid; Negro female 60 years of age; widow; married at age 22; born in Michigan, parents in New York; doing housework in a private family.
1826 Berendo Street (Rents for $55): 1) Albert Miller, head of household; white married male 46 years of age; born in California; owner, health institute. 2) Helena Miller, wife; white married female 45 years of age; born in Delaware; assistant, health institute. 3) Mary H. Miller, daughter; white single female 19 years of age; born in California; in school. 4) Betty Hane Miller, daughter; white single female 17 years of age; born in California; in school. 5) Warren Miller, son; white single male 15 years of age; born in California;
in school. (ED 60-98; Page 10A; Lines 5-9).
Type: Craftsman Sold
Bed Rooms: 3
Area: 2,642 sqft
Year Built: 1904