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#5 Darwin R. and Clara Aldridge, 801 Tolita 1928 Requa and Jackson The exterior reflects several Craftsman elements, such as the window treatment and main entry. Quite often the service building (garage or servants quarters)

were built first and lived in while the main residence was being constructed.

#6 Edward Fuller, 1010 Olive 1931 Requa and Jackson The exterior is a definitive example of Requa’s “Southern California Architecture” style. The interior was in the Colonial style to harmonize with the Fuller’s collection of heirloom antiques. The original second floor plan consisted of two bedrooms, dressing rooms, baths, and a sunroom. The interior space has since been greatly expanded and the Colonial treatment removed. The house now covers nearly all of the triangular lot. There is an enclosed patio with the original curved tile wall fountain and a small pool. The iron front entrance lamp and gate are original. All of the ironwork was black. The eyebrow over the front entrance and the wrought iron work on the wall are later additions.


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