3910 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027 - Philosophical Research Society
3910 W. Los Feliz Boulevard 90027 Los Feliz USA
Historic-Cultural Monument, Mayan Revival
“Philosophical Research Society”
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #592, (declared 3/03/94)
In a letter dated Feb. 24, 1993, LFIA supported the HCM designation: “The preservation of buildings on Los Feliz Boulevard is a priority of our organization.”
Philosophical Research Society, is a metaphysical research center dedicated to the “ensoulment of all arts, sciences and crafts.” (Source: https://www.prs.org/)
Founded by Manly P. Hall (1901-1990) in 1934. A collector of rare books and artifacts, his collection is housed in the center’s library. He lived at nearby 3637 Lowry Road.
Obituary: Manly Palmer Hall; Founded Philosophical Research Society – Los Angeles Times (latimes.com)
Architect Robert Stacy-Judd, British-born, designed theaters, hotels, including the Aztec Hotel in Monrovia, and other commercial buildings in the Mayan Revival style
Robert J. Gaudi, architect (C 1213)
Includes 3910-3918 W. Los Feliz Boulevard, includes 3341-3351 N. Griffith Park Boulevard.
Type: Historic-Cultural Monument Sold
Area: 9,165 sqft
Lot Size: 32,873 sqft
Year Built: 1936/1959