1918 N. Edgemont Street 90027
1918 N. Edgemont Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
A. F. Leicht, architect. P. Hale, architect. History:
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 Sold
Bed Rooms: 3
Area: 1,918 sqft
Year Built: 1922