Structure Type: built works - recreation areas and structures

Designers: Grey, Elmer, Architect (firm); Elmer Grey (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

Pasadena, CA

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Architect Elmer Grey designed a studio for Mrs. Madeline Goss c. 1930. The Architect and Engineer stated of the studio: "The studio for Mrs. Madeline Goss was erected solely as a place to give private musical and dramatic entertainments. As can be seen, the main room is patterned after some of the great halls of old English manor houses, with an open-timbered roof, a stage at one end, a stairway at one side leading up to an over-hanging balcony. There are dressing rooms for actors and a kitchen for the preparation of refreshments." (See Elmer Grey, "The Lincoln Shrine and Two Other Buildings," Architect and Engineer, 111:1, 10/1932, p. 17-19.)

PCAD id: 16720