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Property Name Walstrom, Douglas and Octavia, House
Reference Number 16000175
State California
County Los Angeles
Town Los Angeles
Street Address 10500 Selkirk Lane
Multiple Property Submission Name Residential Architecture of John Lautner in Southern California, 1940-1994
Status Listed 4/19/2016
Areas of Significance Architecture
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/16000175.pdf
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The Douglas and Octavia Walstrom House is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places at the local level of significance under Criterion C as an excellent example of the Late Modern architecture of master architect John Lautner. It meets the registration requirements outlined in the Multiple Property Submission "Residential Architecture of John Lautner in Southern California, 1940-1994." It exemplifies the tenets of the modern movement and the important characteristics of Lautner's work from this period; displays the significant character defining features of Mid-century Modern architecture; dates from the period of significance; exhibits quality of design; and retains all seven factors of integrity. The period of significance is 1969, reflecting the date that the house was completed.

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