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#7 D.H. Theodora Cameron, Esq., 815 Alameda 1927-28 Requa and Jackson The living room is 28 by 16 feet with a large plate glass window overlooking the golf course and North Island at one end. The other end opens onto a paved terrace. French windows lead into what appears from the outside to be a glass enclosed pergola. Both the library and dining room open onto the garden terrace.


#8a William and Emma Barie, 875 Alameda Blvd. 1919 Mead and Requa Two unique features in the garage are a service pit where one could work on the underside of the car and a power outlet for recharging electric


fireplaces, porches,


car batteries. The extensively detailed plans include chimneys,


fountains, wrought pergolas, and a site plan.


#8b Lt. John F. and Rose Greenslade, 875 Alameda 1933 Requa and Jackson In November 1933, Lt. Greenslade commissioned Requa and Jackson to make alterations to the original Barie house. The caststone entrance was added and a portion to the South was cut off, turned to face west and became a separate building facing 9th Street. The plans provided for steam heat and built-in furniture. This is one of several occasions when Requa was called back several years later by a client to enlarge or “modernize” one of his firm’s earlier projects.


5 iron grilles,


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