Resource Report

Historic Resource Summary

Names
Marie Russak Residence (Primary)
Important Dates
1914-01-01 (Built Date)
Images
Marie Russak Residence - PHOTO
Resource Types
Building
Builder

Location Information

Addresses
6101 W SCENIC AVE Primary
6103 W SCENIC AVE Alternative
Location Description
No descriptions recorded
Administrative Areas
Los Angeles City Council District 4 (Council District)
Hollywood Community Plan Area (Community Plan Area)
HOLLYWOOD UNITED NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL (Neighborhood Council)

Resource Description

Classification
Type: Residential-Single Family, House   Use: Historic     Style: Spanish Colonial Revival    
Type: California OHP Resource Attribute - HP02. Single family property          
Type: California OHP Resource Attribute - HP16. Religious building          
Features
No components recorded

Narrative Description

No description available
Alterations
Windows replaced - some

Resource Significance

Evaluation Details

Date Evaluated
2011-03-31
Context/Theme
Architecture and Engineering, 1850-1980
Mediterranean and Indigenous Revival Architecture, 1887-1952
Spanish Colonial Revival, 1915-1942
Residential
Single-Family Residence
Eligibility Standards
  • Exemplifies the character-defining features of the Spanish Colonial Revival style
  • Originally designed as a single-family residence
  • Is an excellent example of its type and/or the work of a significant architect or builder
  • Integrity Aspects
    Location
    Setting
    Feeling
    Design
    Retains sufficient integrity to convey significance
    Materials
    Workmanship
    California Historic Resources Status Codes (explanation of codes)
    3S
    3CS
    5S3
    Significance Statement
    Excellent example of Spanish Colonial Revival residential architecture; work of master architects Arthur and Alfred Heineman.
    Periods of Significance
    From: 1914-01-01

    Date Evaluated
    2015-10-12
    Context/Theme
    Public and Private Institutional Development, 1850-1980
    Religion and Spirituality, 1850-1980
    Religion and Spirituality and Ethnic/Cultural Associations, 1850-1980
    Institutional - Religion/Spirituality
    Religious Building
    Eligibility Standards
  • Represents an important association with an ethnic/cultural group or groups in Los Angeles
  • Integrity Aspects
    Design
    Feeling
    Materials
    Retains sufficient integrity to convey significance
    Location
    Association
    Workmanship
    Setting
    California Historic Resources Status Codes (explanation of codes)
    5S3
    3CS
    3S
    Significance Statement
    "Associated with the Krotona Colony, a Theosophical society established in lower Beachwood Canyon in 1912. Built by Theosophist Henry Hotchener for his future wife Marie Russak, Theosophist and Krotona architect."
    Periods of Significance
    From: 1914-01-01

    External References

    External System References

    House ID: 786781
    Property Identification Number: 151-5A189 164
    SurveyLA ID: 9237e82c-aa25-407a-a4fc-76ca361173e1

    Related Resources

    Related Historic Resources

    None

    Related Historic Districts

    None

    Related Activities

    SurveyLA - Hollywood Survey (was assessed in / assessed)

    Related Historic Events

    None

    Related People/Organizations

    Henry Hotchener (Individual, was owned by / owned)
    Alfred Heineman (Architect/Designer, was designed by /designed)
    Historic Resources Group (Surveying Firm, was surveyed by / surveyed)
    Arthur S. Heineman (Architect/Designer, was designed by /designed)

    Related Information Resources

    Images
    Documents
    SurveyLA: Hollywood Historic Resources Survey Report (Document/Text, is referred to in / refers to)