Thomas Mann Residence
1941

1550 N San Remo
Early Modern
Architect: J. R. Davidson

Home of Thomas Mann, renowned German writer and recipient of the Noble Prize of Literature. Associated with the European Jewish émigré community that developed on the Westside of Los Angeles during and after World War II. In 1942, Mann emigrated to Pacific Palisades, where he resided with his family before returning to Switzerland in 1952. This is the only residence associated with Thomas Mann in Los Angeles.

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Thomas Mann House  Open Source Internet Image

Thomas Mann House
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