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J.E. Maxwell Residence and Rev. Williel Thomson Residence

Charles J. Fisher / Highland Park Heritage Trust 


E. Maxwell Residence & Rev. Williel Thomson Residence (August 1984, photo by Charles J. Fisher)

J.E. Maxwell Residence and Rev. Williel Thomson Residence

Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monuments #539 & #541 

Declared July 19, 1991

The J.E. Maxwell Residence, on the left, was built in 1906 and designed by prominent architect Arthur B. Benton, best known for his work on the National Historic Landmark, Mission Inn in Riverside, California.

The Reverend Williel Thomson Residence was built in the early 1890's and is considered a good example of Shingle Style Architecture.

 

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