Judson Studios, Train & Williams Architects 1900-1909, a photo by Michael Locke on Flickr.
The Judson Studios is one of the oldest surviving stained glass studios in America, founded in 1897. The original building was designed in 1900 by William Lees Judson, founder of the Los Angeles College of Fine Arts in an Islamic Revival style. After the roof was destroyed by a fire in 1910, Architects Train & Williams redesigned the studio in 1909. Designated a Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument in 1969 (NO. 62). Located at 200 S. Avenue 66 in the Highland Park Historic Preservation Overlay Zone of Los Angeles.
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