2220 N. Catalina Street 90027
2220 N. Catalina Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Mrs. E. J. Summerhays was a member of the Los Feliz Woman’s Club in 1941. (Source: Los Feliz Woman’s Club roster.) Also was home of George P. Landegger, MD, ophthalmologist. (Source: Who’s Who in Los Angeles County, 1950-52, p. 239)
William Mellena, architect.
H. B. Clarens, architect.
2220 N. Catalina Street: (Value: $70,000): 1) Edwin A. Barnes, owner and head of household; 35 year old married white male; married at age 24; born in Nebraska; father born in Illinois, mother in Iowa; a sales manager in stocks and bonds. 2) Dorothy H. Barnes, wife; 31 year old white married female; married at age 20; born in Utah; parents born in the US; not working. 3) Edwin A. Barnes, Jr., son; 7 year old single white male; in school; born in California. 4) Cynthia Barnes, daughter; 5 year old single white female; born in California. 5) Daniel H. Brown, servant; 25 year old married Negro male; married at age 23; born in Indiana; father born in English Canada, mother in Indiana; a servant in a private family. 6) Ruby C. Brown, servant; 23 year old married Negro female; married at age 21; born in Indiana; parents born in
Indiana; a servant in a private family. (19th ED, page 10A, lines 1-6).
2220 Catalina Street (Value $15,000): 1) Edgar J. Summerhays, head of household; white married male 50 years of age; born in Illinois; President of an overhead heater manufacturing company. 2) Leota O. Summerhays, wife; white married female 45 years of age; born in Illinois; not working. 3) Edgar J. Summerhays, Jr., son; white single male 24 years of age; born in Illinois; salesman in an overhead heater manufacturing company. 4) Rory Summerhays, daughter; white single female 16 years of age; born in California; in school. 5) Ping Jok, servant; Chinese married male 30 years of age; born in China; a cook in a private ;home; earns $720. (Ed 60-81;
Page 63B; Lines 57-61).
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 4,811 sqft
Lot Size: 15,000 sqft
Year Built: 1929