1957 N. Laughlin Park Drive 90027
1957 N. Laughlin Park Drive 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Home of Harry Solloway (born 1899), concert violinist. (Source: Who’s Who in Los
Angeles, 1942-43.) This Spanish Revival house was the home of famed concert violinist Harry Solloway beginning in the 1930s. Born in Latvia, Solloway was renown in Europe before emigrating to the United States in the late 1920s. Recruited by the movie studios, he was a frequent soloist on recordings of the period, and was Concert Master and Conductor for the Paramount Orchestra. He is considered one of the great musicians of his era, and was the owner of a 1712 Stradivarius violin that was stolen from this Laughlin Park home in 1953. The instrument has never been recovered. (Source: Donald Seligman)
Listed at $1,795,000 in 2002. Listed at $1,695,000 in April, 2003.(Source: real estate brochure)
1957 Laughlin Park Drive (rents for $25/mo): 1) Otto Fritzins; head of household and renter; white male 31 years old, single; born in Germany; parents born in Germany; spoke German natively; came to US in 1926; citizenship application pending; a caretaker for private grounds.
1957 Laughlin Park Drive (Value $14,000): 1) Harry Salloway, head of household; white married male 41 years of age; born in Latvia; a musician at the motion picture studios; earns more than $5,000. 2) Mary J. Salloway, wife; white married female 36 years of age; born in Pennsylvania; a music teacher at home; earns $500. 3) Gloria M. Salloway, daughter; white single female 16 years of age; born in Hungary; in school. 4) Carleton B. Salloway, son; white male 15 years of age; born in New York; in school. Leota Cass, maid; white widow 46 years of age; born in Canada; housekeeper in a private ;home; earns $650.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Bed Rooms: 3
Area: 2,480 sqft
Lot Size: 12,325 sqft
Year Built: 1922