Books which reference the Egasse-Braasch House

  • An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles, book by David Gebhard and Robert Winter / revised and updated by Robert Inman and Robert Winter / foreword by Nathan Masters, Fully Revised 6th Edition (2018) – page 110
    • Egasse-Braasch House
  • Storybook Style: America’s Whimsical Homes of the 1920s, book by Arrol Gellner and Doug Keister (2017) – pages 58-59
  • 10,000 Steps a Day in L.A.: 52 Walking Adventures, book by Paul Haddad (2015) – page 90
  • Eagle Rock, Images of Amercia, book by Eric H. Warren
  • An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles, book by David Gebhard and Robert Winter, Revised Edition (2003) – page 312
    • Brauch House, 1923. Egasse and Brauch (J. L. Egasse)
    • The general impression is medieval (of some sort) until you see the drooping swags of stucco at the point of the front gable. Hansel and Gretel appear.”
  • Los Angeles: An Architecture Guide, book by David Gebhard and Robert Winter (1994) – page 297
    • Brauch House, 1923.  Egasse and Brauch (J. L. Egasse)
    • The general impression is medieval (of some sort) until you see the drooping swags of stucco at the point of the front gable. Hansel and Gretel appear.”
  • Architecture in Los Angeles, A Compleat Guide, book by David Gebhard and Robert Winter (1985) – page 278
    • Bryce House, 1923.  Egasse and Brauch
    • The general impression is Tudor until you see the drooping swags of stucco at the point of the front gable.  Hansel and Gretel appear. It is likely this house was once painted more colorfully.”
  • A guide to Architecture in Los Angeles & Southern California, book by David Gebhard and Robert Winter (1977) – page 258
    • Bryce House, 1923.  Egasse and Brauch
    • The general impression is Tudor until you see the drooping swags of stucco at the point of the front gable.  Hansel and Gretel appear. It is likely this house was once painted more colorfully.”

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