1918 N. Edgemont Street 90027
1918 N. Edgemont Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
A. F. Leicht, architect.
P. Hale, architect.
This is an early example of the Spanish Revival style created by a prominent architect, A. F. Leicht in 1922. Known for eccentric designs with walls meeting at odd angles, purposely off-kilter entries, and rounded hallways, Leicht was the architect of Aimee Semple McPherson’s Angelus Temple along with nearly two dozen Spanish revival homes in Los Feliz.
1918 Edgemont Street (Value: $25,000): 1) John A. Maurer, owner and head of household; 68 year old white married male; married at age 23; born in Bavaria; parents born in Bavaria; speaks German; to US in 1878, a naturalized citizen; not working. 2) Louise Anna Maurer, wife; 69 year old white married female; married at age 25; born in Arkansas, father born in Ireland, mother in Kentucky; not working. 3) Pansy M. Role, daughter; 40 year old white divorced female; married at age 32; born in Texas; a public school teacher.
1918 Edgemont Street (Value $7,500): 1) John A. Maurer, head of household; white widower 77 years of age; born in Germany; not working. 2) Pansy M. Cole, daughter; white divorced female 51 years of age; born in Texas; physical culture teacher, junior high school; earns $1,500. 3) Laird Wilbur, daughter; white married female 45 years of age; born in Texas; antique shop, own business. 4) Ralston Wilbur, son-in-law; white married male 64 years of age; born in California; clerk, sales in antique shop.
1918 Edgemont Street, Rear (Rents for $10): 1) Kate Wamswer, housekeeper; white single female 70 years of age; born in Illinois; housekeeper in a private home; earns $150.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 1,918 sqft
Lot Size: 8,967 sqft
Year Built: 1922