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House of the week

March 8, 2008 |  6:19 am


March 8, 1908
Los Angeles


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Above, the Kellogg mansion, built for newspaper executive F.W. Kellogg. It was named Highlawn by John Muir, The Times says. One of my favorite pastimes is to visit these 100-year-old "homes of the week" but this one was torn down in 1960 so the land could be subdivided for tract homes (note the street name Scripps Place). Several surrounding buildings have survived, including a studio.


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