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Friends
http://shotgunhouse.org/

Landmark
http://www.santamonicalandmarks.com/landmk52.html

Proposed relocation and rehabilitation, Landmarks Commission Jan 26, 2011

Conservancy Relocates Shotgun House Jan 2008

SMDP December 2007
A new lease on life

Lookout News December 2007
Conservancy Fires Up to Relocate Shotgun House

 
July 2007
http://www.argonautnewspaper.com/articles/2007/07/05/news_-_features/top_stories/2sm1.txt

 
“The Past Isn’t Dead, It Isn’t Even Past.” SM Mirror
http://www.smmirror.com/MainPages/DisplayArticleDetails.asp?eid=1872

Canadians Chatting about Shacks July 2007
http://www.losanjealous.com/2007/07/12/canadian-coffee-break-santa-monicas-shotgun-shack/

December 2006
http://www.smdp.com/article/articles/3479/1/Blast-from-the-past-Shotgun-gets-grant/Page1.html

 

June 2005
Status of Shotgun House
http://www01.smgov.net/cityclerk/council/information_items/2005/Shotgun_House_Status.pdf

 

LA Times Sept 2005
http://articles.latimes.com/2005/sep/18/magazine/tm-shotgun38

 

Outlook April 2005
Shotgun House Still Without a Home
http://surfsantamonica.com/ssm_site/the_lookout/news/News-2005/April-2005/04_25_05_Shotgun_House_Still_Without_a_Home.htm

Preservationists’ ideals stuck in the past SM Daily Press 3/8/2005
http://www.smdp.com/site/archives/030805.pdf

Shotgun House…On the Road Again May 2003
http://www01.smgov.net/ccs/projects/shotgunhouse/sm%20mirror%205-13-03.pdf

Shotgun House Is Saved SM Mirror Aug 2002
http://www.smmirror.com/volume4/issue7/old_shotgun_house.asp

The Rise, Fall and Rise Of the Shotgun House August 2002
http://www01.smgov.net/ccs/projects/shotgunhouse/sm%20mirror%207-31-02.pdf

Photographs
Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

Shotgun style house (2000 Photograph)

185 Pier Ave

Parkhurst Building.

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4287-010-036
Vawters OV
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Gothic
2621-2nd

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 methodist3 2621_2nd
1875 2001

Methodist Episcopal Church
The former First Methodist Episcopal Church is a Victorian Gothic-inspired redwood structure with high-pitched gables. It was sold in 1923 and used for meetings of the women’s auxiliary of Union veterans of the Civil War. It was moved to its present location (from Arizona and Fourth) in 1900.
Now a private residence, the north portion of this building was originally built in 1875 at the southwest corner of Sixth and Arizona and may be the oldest standing wood-frame building in the city. In 1882 it was moved to the southwest corner of Fourth and Arizona, then in 1900 to Ocean Park, where it became the Ocean Park Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1923 the church built a new brick structure and the old church became a meeting hall known as Patriotic Hall. It was purchased by the Stephen Jackson Women’s Relief Corps No. 124 of the Grand Army of the Republic Auxiliary and used as a meeting hall until 1971, when it was sold and became a residence. It was designated a Santa Monica City Landmark in 1977.

1875 LA Library  http://jpg3.lapl.org/pics18/00028635.jpg 
Exterior view of the First Methodist Church soon after completion, located in Santa Monica. The church on the right (background) is the First Presbyterian Church.

http://www.santamonicalandmarks.com/landmk48.html

http://www.smpl.org/archive/3942/IMG0069.JPG

Santa Monica Conservancy catalog #39
sm conservancy catalog #39

From Holy to Homey Business Week 8/12/2005
http://www.businessweek.com/innovate/content/aug2005/id20050812_156373.htm

Soulful Digs LA Times 10/1/2001
http://www.latimes.com/features/magazine/west/la-tm-soulfuldigs01oct01,0,6026245.story

 

City Council 12/14/2004
Mills Act Historical Property Agreements between the City of Santa Monica and the Property Owners
http://www01.smgov.net/cityclerk/council/agendas/2004/20041214/s2004121401-C.htm

Landmarks Commission Certificate of Appropriateness LC-04CA-003 Item 9a.
3/8/2004
Approval of modifications to the rear elevation of the single-family structure, designated as a contributor to the Third Street Neighborhood Historic District.
http://www.smgov.net/planning/landmark/agendas/2004/m2004.03.08.htm

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Roy Jones House, 2620 Main Street. An 1894 Victorian house originally the home of Roy Jones, son (?) of Senator John P. Jones, it was moved in 1976 from its initial location at 1007 Ocean Avenue and is now a public museum operated by the Heritage Square Museum Society.


Roy Jones house, 1007 Ocean Avenue (1975 Photograph)


Roy Jones house during restoration (1979 Photograph)


Heritage Square Museum, 2612 Main Street (1990 Photograph)


California Heritage Museum, 2612 Main St (2001 Photograph)

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http://losangeles.blockshopper.com/property/4287010041/2601_2nd/

This parcel is also occupied by 236 beach St and 242 Beach St

Moses Hostetter House
Moses Hostetter was an Iowa farmer who migrated to Santa Monica in 1893. He served on Santa Monica’s Board of Trustees. In 1893, he bought lots at what are now 2547, 2601 and 2628 Second St.; 236, 237 and 242 Beach St. and 2623 Third St. for $45 each. Choosing to live next door to his son, he built a home at 2601 Second St., the second oldest house in the Third Street area.
http://www.santamonicalandmarks.com/landmk47.html
A Distinguished Man’s Distinguished House SM Mirror
http://www.smmirror.com/volume4/issue42/a_distinguished.asp

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Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 1992)
Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 1993)
Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 2001)
Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 2001)
Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 2001)
Moses Hostetter House (Photographed 2001)

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Classical Revival
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Ocean Park Library
Built 1917 by architects Kegley & Gerity, is the last Carnegie Library remaining in Santa Monica. The library site is donated by the Charles A. Tegner family where the original Tegner home once stood, and the building for library is a gift of the Carnegie Foundation. The architecture is a simplified variation of Classical Revival design. The original facade was retained during a major remodel and expansion in 1985.

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Youth Services Room, Ocean Park Branch Library, 2601 Main Street (1945 Photograph)

Ocean Park Branch Library, 2601 Main Street (1990 Photograph)

Ocean Park Branch Library, 2601 Main Street (2001 Photograph)

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Merle Norman Building
In 1936, Merle Norman had this building remodeled to serve as headquarters for her cosmetic business. The style is both Streamline Moderne and Art Deco, with an “ocean-liner” tower and a wave motif in its ornamental trim.

The unique exterior design was created by H. G. Thursby. The building initially was the Merle Norman Cosmetics Plant. Norman Place , the short street between the Merle Norman building and the library, was originally Sand Street .

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Merle Norman Building, 2525 Main Street (1983 Photograph)


Merle Norman building, 2525 Main Street (1996 Photograph)

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