Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)


Ebell Club, Clubhouse #3, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

ID: 1302
Alt. Name: Ebell Club, Meeting Hall #3, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
Ebell Clubhouse #3, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
Construction Date: Start Date: 1926
End Date: 1927
Notes: John Chard created the wrought iron front entrance gate containing 2,000 separate pieces.
Alteration Note: In 07/1930, the Ebell Memorial Fountain was dedicated.
Building History: Los Angeles architect Sumner P. Hunt, whose wife was a prominent member of this women's club promoting women's education, designed its third meeting place in the Spanish Colonial Revival Style. A cornerstone with a time capsule describing the Ebell Club was laid 02/28/1927; L.A. Historic Cultural Monument #250, named 08/25/1982;
National Register Status: National Register Added: 02/1994
State Landmark Status: State Landmark Added: 02/1994
State Landmark State: California State Historical Landmark
City Landmark Status: City Landmark Added: 08/25/1982
City Landmark Number: 250
City Landmark City: Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument
Structure Type: built works - public buildings - assembly halls
Locations: Structure:
4400 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
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