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June 19, 2005


Completely un-connected to your post about historic neighborhoods and ancestry:

I caught a bit of 'Monk' this weekend, hoping to catch sight of your house, but I guess it was a non-Miller-home episode. Aside from that, if you run into Traylor Howard, can you tell her that I want to marry her? I find her irresistably attractive for some reason. Thank you.


We're only in the episodes that feature John Turturro as Adrian Monk's brother Ambrose. The one that's already out there is called "Mr. Monk and the Three Pies" and the one that they just shot is called "Mr. Monk Goes Home Again." I hope the rumor is true that they're coming back for more. The house that Turturro lives in on the show is next door to us and it is the only house in the neighborhood that is still owned by the original family who built it 100 years ago.

Will pass your proposal on to Traylor Howard. If she needs more info for the restraining order, I will give her both of our blog addresses!

I wonder what you might be implying about unmarried 47 year olds...?

I worked for the LA City Planning Dept. from 1964 to 1973. For the final 6 months of his career, I worked for Huber Smutz who was Chief Zoning Administrator (a job created in the mid-40's I believe). He was quite a character and well liked by everyone in City government.

Love the information you found on Frank M. Tyler. Well done! My partner and I restored a Frank Tyler down the street at 1915 S Oxford Avenue. We'd like to compare information about the prolific Mr. Tyler, if you're interested. Here's my email:

Look forward to hearing from you. Cheers!

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