3628 W. Cadman Drive 90027
3828 W. Cadman Drive Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Caroline Goodman Lloyd lived here in 1940. Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on March 7, 1875. Caroline Goodman was educated at the Convent of Notre Dame in Milwaukee. After her marriage to attorney Warren E. Lloyd in 1898, she settled in Los Angeles. Content with raising a family, she was in her fifties when she became interested in a sculpting career. She then went to Paris to study under Robert Wlerick. Upon returning to Los Angeles,she was active in the local art scene until her death on Dec. 30, 1945. Her oeuvre includes portrait busts and statues. Her nude bronze female sculpture “Repose” is in the southwest pavilion of the Exposition Park rose garden. Her companion nude male bronze, “Poise”, was vandalized and the body was removed leaving only the feet on the stone base. She exhibited at the Golden Gate International Exposition in San Francisco in 1939 with the bronze Negro Head, the New York World’s Fair in 1939 with the bronze Man With Ball, and at the Stendahl Galleries in Los Angeles in 1941. In 1943 Lloyd was selected to cast a bronze of the “Mother of Los Angeles”, Mrs. Willoughby Rodman, a well-known and respected civic leader. The bronze was presented to the City of Los Angeles where it was to be displayed in City Hall. (Google)
3628 Cadman Drive (rents for $125): 1) Caroline A. Lloyd, head of household; white female widow 65 years of age; born in Indiana; sculptress with own studio. 2) Dorothy L. Gaskill, servant; white single female 31 years of age; born in Iowa; cook in a private home; earns $800.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 2,728 sqft
Year Built: 1931