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Historical Photos of Hancock Park’s Country Club Manor on Twitter

Country Club Manor

A relatively new twitter account called @PhotosOfSoCal has been tweeting some really great historical photos of LA over the past few weeks. Last weekend, they tweeted a set of photos that show Hancock Park’s Country Club Manor on Rossmore as it was a year or so after construction of the building was completed in the mid ’20s.



@PhotosOfSoCal is managed by the same team behind the @BHScanner twitter account. @BHScanner monitors the police and fire scanners for Beverly Hills and LA activity and tweets news as the information becomes available. The @PhotosOfSoCal account is fun to follow and has an endless amount of photos. We’ve added it to our twitter feed on the right side of our home page. Stay tuned for more…

Country Club Manor was built in 1926 by architect Leland Bryant. While there’s not a lot written about Bryant, his architectural style and the buildings he is known for are always in demand with Hollywood’s elite. Here’s a link to a Variety post from earlier this year:

Variety – Architect Leland Bryant’s Legacy Looms Large in L.A. Lore


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