The Daily Bungalow

The Daily Bungalow

A history of the way we were in images from the period. 1900 to 1960

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22b Parsons Bungalow (E) by Kansas Sebastian on Flickr.
Parsons Bungalow, 1909
Arthur S Heineman (Alfred Heineman, Associate)
1603 E Altadena Drive at Porter Avenue
This is simply one of the finest, most characteristic California bungalows to be found anywhere. And its sitting at a diagonal to the nearby mountain is spectacular. In our 1977 “A Guide to Architecuture in Los Angeles and Southern California” it was still at te corner of Los Robles Avnue and California Street in Pasadena. But times change. Incidentally, it proved impossible to move the original cobblestone foundation and pillars but they were rebuilt by modern craftsmen.
Architecture in Los Angeles: A Copleat Guide
David Gebhard and Robert Winter
Altadena, No. 18.

22b Parsons Bungalow (E) by Kansas Sebastian on Flickr.


Parsons Bungalow, 1909
Arthur S Heineman (Alfred Heineman, Associate)
1603 E Altadena Drive at Porter Avenue

This is simply one of the finest, most characteristic California bungalows to be found anywhere. And its sitting at a diagonal to the nearby mountain is spectacular. In our 1977 “A Guide to Architecuture in Los Angeles and Southern California” it was still at te corner of Los Robles Avnue and California Street in Pasadena. But times change. Incidentally, it proved impossible to move the original cobblestone foundation and pillars but they were rebuilt by modern craftsmen.

Architecture in Los Angeles: A Copleat Guide
David Gebhard and Robert Winter
Altadena, No. 18.

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