Structure Type: built works - industrial buildings - factories

Designers: Train and Williams, Architects (firm); Horace T. Judson (glass artisan); Walter Horace Judson (glass artisan); William Lees Judson (glass artisan); William Judson (glass artisan); Robert Farquhar Train (architect); Robert Edmund Williams (architect)

Dates: constructed 1911

2 stories

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200 South Avenue 66
Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA 90042

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The Judson Studios, a leading art glass producer, was part of the Arts and Crafts Movement culture flourishing in Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA, between 1900-1930. This bungaloid building, with low sprawling lines and shingled skin, was designed by the partnership of Train and Williams. It stood across the street from the Arroyo Guild of Craftsmen in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles County Historic-Cultural Monument (Listed 1969-08-31): 62

National Register of Historic Places (Listed 1999-03-25): 99000370 NRHP Images (pdf) NHRP Registration Form (pdf)

PCAD id: 20163