National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch, Domiciliary No. 6, Wilshire & Sawtelle Boulevards, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA
Significance: One of five Shingle style domiciliaries built between the years 1891-1901. This building was demolished in 1960. Its main significance was in the fact that it was part of the most monumental complex of Shingle style building ever designed in Los Angeles. These structures ranged around a U shaped compound, open to the south. The long rectangular buildings with surrounding verandas recalled the typical resort hotels being built in this period...
Survey number: HABS CA-336
Building/structure dates: ca. 1901 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1960 Demolished