Houses; Gardens; Garden structures; Architecture--United States; Beverly Hills (Calif.); Norman Kerry house (Beverly Hills, Calif.); Earle C. Anthony house (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Site plans; Sketches; Detail drawings; Architectural drawings; Orthographic drawings; Designs and plans
24 sheets : various media ; 54 x 89 cm. (21 3/8 x 35 in.) or smaller
Bracketed title elements supplied by cataloger or taken from inventory.
At this time the original Earle C. Anthony house (1909) was set for demolition to allow for the construction of a multi-story apartment building when it was rescued by the distinguished actor of the silent screen, Norman Kerry. He and his wife had the house moved in three sections to Beverly Hills and engaged Henry Greene to handle the resiting and rejoining of the structure and to design the grounds and gardens." -- from Greene & Greene, architecture as a fine art, by Randell L. Makinson, Salt Lake City, 1977, p. 242.
This set consists of 15 graphite drawings on tracing paper, 3 graphite and ink drawings on tracing paper, 3 ink drawings with graphite markings on linen, 1 sepia process print on paper, 1 blue line print with graphite markings on paper, 1 ink drawing with graphite markings on tracing paper, and 1 blueprint on paper.
Gift of Jean Murray Bangs (Mrs. Harwell Hamilton Harris), 1960; formerly the collection of Charles Sumner Greene