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Glenn & Ida May Moore Rowhouse, 6126 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego County, CA



B&W Photos

HB139144
Southeast Front

HB139145
Southeast Front, With Scale

HB139146
Southeast Front, Detail Of Doorway And Window

HB139147
Southeast Front, Oblique View Looking Northeast

HB139148
Southeast Front, Detail Of Lantern

HB139149
Southeast Front, Detail Of Door Knocker

HB139150
Interior, Living Room, Looking Northeast To Dining Room

HB139151
Interior, Living Room, Looking West At Windows To Courtyard

HB139152
Interior, Kitchen, Looking West At Back Door And Vent Above Range

HB139153
Interior, Kitchen, Looking North At Sink And Cabinets

HB139154
Front Courtyard, Looking East At Entrance

HB139155
Back Courtyard, Looking West At Garage

HB139156
Southeast Front, Oblique, View, Looking West


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Item Title


Location
6126 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe, CA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CA-2303
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (N58).
Building/structure dates: 1926 initial construction
Significance: This building, commissioned by the Santa Fe Land Improvement Company as a small-scale pre-sold speculative housing in the midst of the commercial center of the town, is one of a group of four rowhouses in the Civic Center of Rancho Santa Fe designed by Lilian Rice in emulation of urban residences in Spain. The house has a public (street) facade decorated with iron window grills and heavy wooden gate, and private front patio and back garden. It is the only one of the four rowhouses with its original interior fabric still intact.

Subjects
Row Houses
Cottages


Related Names
Rice, Lilian Jenette


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. SOUTHEAST FRONT
2. SOUTHEAST FRONT, WITH SCALE
3. SOUTHEAST FRONT, DETAIL OF DOORWAY AND WINDOW
4. SOUTHEAST FRONT, OBLIQUE VIEW LOOKING NORTHEAST
5. SOUTHEAST FRONT, DETAIL OF LANTERN
6. SOUTHEAST FRONT, DETAIL OF DOOR KNOCKER
7. INTERIOR, LIVING ROOM, LOOKING NORTHEAST TO DINING ROOM
8. INTERIOR, LIVING ROOM, LOOKING WEST AT WINDOWS TO COURTYARD
9. INTERIOR, KITCHEN, LOOKING WEST AT BACK DOOR AND VENT ABOVE RANGE
10. INTERIOR, KITCHEN, LOOKING NORTH AT SINK AND CABINETS
11. FRONT COURTYARD, LOOKING EAST AT ENTRANCE
12. BACK COURTYARD, LOOKING WEST AT GARAGE
13. SOUTHEAST FRONT, OBLIQUE, VIEW, LOOKING WEST
Southeast elevation, detail view of door and window (duplicate of HABS No. CA-2303-4)


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