3828 N. Amesbury Road 90027
3828 N. Amesbury Road 90027 Los Feliz USA
Ross Montgomery, architect. History:
Home of Ross Montgomery, architect, who drew plans for the restoration of Mission Santa Barbara after the earthquake. (Source: Material Dreams, Kevin Starr, p. 292.)
Montgomery designed St. Andrew’s Church in Pasadena, 1927. See photos from the De Camera Society brochure, 1997.
Ross G. Montgomery was a Los Angeles-based architect, illustrator, and historian. Montgomery designed the original St. Ambrose Church in West Hollywood, California, the St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Pasadena, California, and the St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Los Angeles. Additionally, he helped redesign the Mission Santa Barbara after the 1925 Santa Barbara earthquake. He also designed the stucco mausoleum of the Calvary Cemetery in East Los Angeles. Together with William Mullay, he designed Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Montecito, California in the late 1930s As an architectural historian, he wrote about the Awatovi Ruins. (Wikipedia 2016).
3828 Amesbury Road (Value $20,000): 1) Ross G. Montgomery, head of household; white married male 52 years of age; born in Ohio; architect in his own business. 2) Elvina E. Montgomery, wife; white married female 43 years of age; born in Pennsylvania; not working. (ED 60-78A; Page 3A; Lines 5-6).
Bed Rooms: 3
Area: 2,026 sqft
Year Built: 1931