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A Moment in Monrovia History: 219 N. Myrtle, House of George O. Monroe

Home of George O. Monroe, circa 1900. 219 N Myrtle Avenue. George O. Monroe (1866-1899) was a son of Mary Jane Hall Monroe and William Newton Monroe (one of the founders of Monrovia). Mrs. George Monroe was President of the Woman's Club. Probably Annetta Monroe (wife of George) shown. From the Myron Hotchkiss collection. See full details here.

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- Brad Haugaard

1 comment:

  1. The apartment building is built around that house. I had a friend who lived in an apartment upstairs in what was probably once the attic.