2110 N. Live Oak Drive East 90068
2110 N. Live Oak Drive East 90068 Los Feliz USA
Charles E. Hass, who lived here in 1940, was born in California, Missouri in 1873 and moved to California as a boy (1884). He was educated in Los Angeles High School, Stanford University (A.B., 1898) and Olympic University (Ll.D., D.J.S.) and did post-graduate work at George Washington University. He was admitted to the bar of the State of California in 1900. After teaching in high schools and military schools, he practiced law in California for six years before moving to Washington, D.C. to pursue work in law and diplomacy that would prepare him to enter the Foreign Service. Haas worked at the Department of State and later at the Library of Congress. He eventually returned to Los Angeles, where he served as Deputy City Attorney, Municipal Court Judge, and Superior Court Judge (Los Angeles) and Special Counsel and Deputy Counsel (Los Angeles County). He also served as president of the Avocado-Citrus Company and Vice-President of Dell’Osso Mining & Milling Company. Haas wrote poetry, stories and novels. (Source: wvnet.edu)
E. Voellmy, architect.
2110 Live Oak Drive East (Value $20,000): 1) Charles E. Haas, head of household; white married male 66 years of age; born in Missouri; judge, court; earns more than $5,000. 2) Evelyn S. Haas, wife; white married female 52 years of age; born in Utah; not working.
Type: Mediterranean Revival Sold
Bed Rooms: 5
Area: 5,421 sqft
Lot Size: 12,710 sqft
Year Built: 1927