1946 N. Hobart Boulevard 90027
1946 N. Hobart Boulevard 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Arthur R. Kelly, architect.
This was the home in 1940 of prominent Los Angeles architect Harold C. Chambers, winner of many architectural awards. His works include the Henry E. Huntington Library in San Marino, the I Magnin Department stores, hotels and banks. The architect was Arthur R. Kelly, prominent in Los Angeles. Among Kelly’s major commissions were the 1914 H. H. Culver house in Culver City (the city’s founder/developer), the western movie star William S. Hart’s 1910 mansion, and the 1927 Holmby Hills Letts mansion. This is one of 15 homes designed by Kelly in Los Feliz. (Donald Seligman)
1946 No. Hobart Blvd. (Value: $30,000): 1) Vera Roff, owner and head of household; 35 year old white married female; married at age 19; born in Ohio; parents born in the United States; not working. 2) Doris Roff, daughter; 15 year old single white female; born in the United States; in school. 3) Joan Roff, daughter; 11 year old single white female; in school; born in the United States. 4) Helena G. Annalio, servant; 27 year old white married female; married at age 27; born in Germany; parents born in Germany; speaks German; to U.S. in 1926; a servant in a private family.
1946 Hobart Boulevard (Value (12,500): 1) Harold Chambers, head of household; white married male 49 years of age; born in Nebraska; architect; earns more than $5,000. 2) Nora Chambers, wife; white married female 41 years of age; born in California; not working. 3) Harold Chambers, Jr., son; white single male 22 years of age; born in California; office boy in an administration building; earns $1,000. 4) ?? 5) Marie Doby, maid; white single female 34 years of age; born in California; housekeeper in a private family.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 2,870 sqft
Lot Size: 10,800 sqft
Year Built: 1921