2220 N. Edgemont Street 90027
2220 N. Edgemont Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Paul R. Williams, architect.
Home of Hon. Emmet Homer Wilson (born 1/15/1876), Justice, District Court of Appeal. (Source: Who’s Who in Los Angeles County, 1942-43, 1950-51 p. 32.)
Emmet Wilson was Chief Deputy City Attorney of Los Angeles from 1907 to 1911. He was appointed a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge by then Governor C. C. Young in 1927, and held that post until 1945. In 1945, he was appointed as Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division 2, and held that position until 1951. (California Court Documents)
Judge Emmet Wilson was an LFIA Director from 1931 to 1935. (LFIA Minutes)
See article in Los Angeles Times, 5/10/92.
See biography in Los Angeles Times, 8/8/99, E p. 1 & 3)
Listed at $1,099,000 in December, 2000. (Source: Real estate brochure)
2220 North Edgemont Street (Value: $30,000): 1) John N. Fitzpatrick, owner and head of household; 54 year old white married male; married at age 30; born in California; parents born in Free State Ireland; a proprietor of a plumbing firm. 2) Anna W. Fitzpatrick, wife; 53 year old white married female; married at age 29; born in Kansas; parents born in Free State Ireland; not working. 3) Jane C. Fitzpatrick, daughter; 18 year old single white female; in school; born in California.
2220 Edgemont Street (value $18,000): 1) Emmet H. Wilson, head of household; white married male 64 years of age; born in Colorado; a Superior Court judge; earns over $5,000. 2) Grace Wilson, wife; white married female 58 years of age; born in New York; not working. 3) Emmet J. Wilson, Jr., son; white single male 27 years of age; born in California; attorney in private practice.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 3,048 sqft
Lot Size: 7,800 sqft
Year Built: 1928