1975 N. Alexandria Avenue 90027
1975 N. Alexandria Avenue 90027 Los Feliz USA
Sinclair Gluck lived here in 1930. He published short stories between 1914 and 1939, most often in Argosy Magazine, and a popular novel, “The Last Trap” that became the film “The Dark Hour” in 1936. (source: movies2.nytimes.com)
1975 No. Alexandria Avenue (Value: $15,000): 1930 census: 1) Sinclair Gluck, owner and head of household; 40 year old married white male; married at age 36; born in New York; father born in New York, mother in Illinois; an author in fiction. 2) Nancy L. Gluck, wife; 26 year old white married female; married at age 24; born in New York; parents born in New York; not working. 3) Barbara Gluck, daughter; 1 year 9 month old female; born in California. 4) Freddie Shaw, servant; 38 year old Negro female widow; married at age 16; born in Louisiana; parents born in Louisiana; a servant in a private family. (19th ED, Page 6B, lines 73-76).
1975 Alexandria Avenue (Value $10,000): 1) Sinclair Gluck, head of household; white married male 50 years of age; born in New York; freelance novelist, working for self. 2) Nancy Lee Gluck, wife; white married female 35 years of age; born in New York; not working. 3) Barbara Ellen Gluck, daughter; white female 11 years of age; born in California; in school. 4) Pamela Nancy Gluck, daughter; white female 9 years of age; born in California; in school. 5) Caroline M. Bliss, lodger; white widow 66 years of age; born in New York; free-lance writer of novels, articles and plays. 6) Mary V. Cernutte, lodger; white single female 18 years of age; born in Texas; not working. (ED 60-82; Page 4A; Lines 24-29).
1975 1/2 Alexandria Avenue (Rents for $30): 1) Lester Mussoff, head of household; white married male 29 years of age; born in Minnesota; apprentice florist, retail florist shop. 2) Ray Glanville, partner; white single male 21 years of age; born in North Dakota; not working. . (ED 60-82; Page 4A; Lines 30-31).
Type: English duplex Sold
Bed Rooms: 3
Area: 2,118 sqft
Year Built: 1924