2439 N. Inverness Avenue 90027
2439 N. Inverness Avenue 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Mabel Otis was a sister of Marian Otis Chandler and daughter of General Harrison Gray Otis. She served as a Director of the Time Mirror Corporation. After her husband Franklin Booth, a geologist, died in the 1930s, Mabel moved to Pasadena. (Source: Doug Goodan.)
Eleanor Otis Booth, daughter of Mabel and Franklin Booth, was engaged to marry Herbert Billington Howard. (Source: Los Angeles Times, 03/13/27, Pt. 3, p.1)
Harwood Hewitt, architect.
2439 Inverness Avenue (Value: $125,000): 1) Franklin Booth, owner and head of household; 68 year old white married male; married at age 30; born in England; parents born in England; to US in 1872, a naturalized citizen; a mining engineer at the mines. 2) Mabel O. Booth, wife; 58 year old white married female; married at age 20; born in Washington D.C.; father born in Ohio, mother in Vermont; not working. 3) Neil W. Booth, son; 24 year old single white male; born in California; not working. 4) Frank A. Elliot, servant; 24 year old single white male; born in California; parents born in the US; a chauffeur for a private family. 5) Elizabeth Elliot, servant; 24 year old single white female; born in California; parents born in the US; a cook for a private family. 6) Alice Anderson, servant; 27 year old single white female; born in Minneapolis; parents born in Sweden; a maid in a private family.
2439 Inverness (value $30,000): 1) Franklin Booth, head of household; white married male 52 years of age; born in England; an executive in talc supply. 2) Mable Booth, wife; white married female 68 years of age; born in Washington D.C.; not working. 3) Frank Kojimo, cook; single Japanese male 50 years of age; born in Japan; a cook in a private home; earns $750. 4) Aavak Anokin, servant; white female 48 years old widow; born in Russia; a gardener in a private home; earns $720.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 5,388 sqft
Lot Size: 40,600 sqft
Year Built: 1923