Photograph of Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont at her home in Los Angeles, 1892. At center, Mrs. Jessie Benton can be seen standing near the railing of the porch and leaning against a rectangular support. To the right, a hammock hangs beside her. At left, several wooden chairs sit on the covered porch. A short flight of stairs leads to the porch above the brick foundation. To the far left and right, a large tree can be seen.; In the original record, the home's location was defined as "in Pasadena".; "The house which was built in West Adams in either 1891 or 1892 at 1101 West 28th Street (at the NW corner of Hoover). The house was designed by architect Sumner P. Hunt. It was moved in the late 30s to the Valley--sadly to the site of what became Valley College--5744 Ethel Avenue. The college then decided to build there so it moved again to 14626 Titus Street, Panorama City where it was demolished in 1959. Obviously, no one knew what they had. And it was built for Mrs. Fremont after her husband's NYC death by the women of CA and Los Angeles" -- Anna Marie Brooks, Architectural Historian.