Photograph of a Monrovia residence, possibly that of Merle Mosher, ca.1930. At right, a long driveway is visible adjacent to the house at center. In front of the home, a small patch of lawn can be seen with a small garden at the base of the building. The Shed-style building is composed of several rectangular sections molded together. At left, two arched windows can be seen with a small patch of tile roof above. An awning is visible across the top window, and curtains with a railing can be seen on the window below. At the center of the structure, a slanted section of the building with a tile roof is visible near a large window. A decorative design sits above the window and curtains can be seen on either side. What appears to be an arched doorway can be seen along the side of the slanted portion of the building. Above, a draped section of awning hovers above a quadrant of the building. Small windows can be seen along the side adjacent to the driveway.