127 E. Lime Avenue

KNOWN DETAILS

Description

Lot 19 was undeveloped until 1898 when Adeline Wright built a small house.  Sanborn maps indicate the house was made of wood.  The style of the house would have been a plain Victorian with little ornamentation.  The map shows the house to be small


There are no permits for the property, so it is unknown if there were alterations to it.  There is no record of when the house was torn down, but it probably was razed around 1953 when the house to the west at 123 E. Lime was demolished for the California Water and Telephone Company and its parking lot. 



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B

Lot 19

No

1902

Victorian

Unknown

Unknown

No

No

James Elam Hunter

Yes

Town of Monrovia

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