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Old Posted Mar 7, 2013, 12:58 AM
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Wow! If we are going to start removing posts for "lunkheadism" I am going to have to go back and take down half of the stuff I have written.



Anyway, I think the Bradbury mansion may have been torn down in 1929 due to a combination of neglect, rough treatment, and maybe poor design or construction.
After all, Harold Lloyd referred to it as "Pneumonia Hall" when his studio was located there.

Through the years:

1880's

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1916

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1927

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