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Title: Paul Mooney with the Hangover House sign in 1938.
Keywords: Retaining walls;Signs;Hangover House;Halliburton, Richard, 1900-1939;Alexander, William, 1909-1997;Mooney, Paul, 1904-1939
Issue Date:  9
Publisher: Memphis, Tenn. : Rhodes College Archives and Special Collections
Abstract: Hangover House (also known as the Halliburton House) was designed and built in 1938 by William Alexander for Richard Halliburton. Constructed in 1938 on a Laguna Beach, California hilltop, the house, has views of the Pacific Ocean. The name "Hangover" was in the stone retaining wall.
Description: The scans were made in 2011 by Anne Frymark, Class of 2010, from photographs in a photo album from the Richard Halliburton Collection at Rhodes College.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10267/10976
Appears in Collections:Richard Halliburton's Hangover House Public Images

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