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MontecitoMag.com 27 Next, she offered a series of articles about her early life on the stage to Ladies’ Home Journal. By the time the magazine published them in 1921, she and Earle were in the process of switching coasts, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. THEY HAD FALLEN IN LOVE WITH SANTA BARBARA during a 1919 visit and began split- ting their time between the two coasts, settling in Santa Barbara permanently by early 1923. “Aided and abetted” by Adelaide, Earle designed a unique, one-room bungalow for his family on Rancheria Street, and applied for patents for some of its special features. Having gotten his feet wet as a Santa Barbara homebuilder, he went all in, buying 80 undeveloped acres near the Samarkand Hotel, and designing and building several hacien- da-style houses on Hermosa Road and Samarkand Drive in the so-called Casa Loma tract. These were IMAGE COURTESY OVINGTON FAMILY HEIRS AND ROBERT CAMPBELL. M AURIE M C G UIRE 805 . 403 . 8816 S COTT W ESTLOTORN 805 . 403 . 4313 & M C G U I R E WESTLOTORN F INE H OMES • E STATES R ANCHES • L AND Build Your Dream • 5-Acres www.838ToroCanyon.com Relax at Miramar Beach www.1647Posilipo.com ©2018 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage fully supports the principlesof the FairHousingActand theEqualOpportunityAct.Ownedbya subsidiaryofNRT LLC.ColdwellBanker, theColdwell Banker Logo,ColdwellBankerGlobal Luxury and theColdwellBankerGlobal Luxury logo servicemarks are registered or pending registrations owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. The property information herein is derived from various sources that may include, but not be limited to, county records and the Multiple Listing Service, and it may include approximations.Although the information is believed to be accurate, it is notwarranted and you should not rely upon itwithout personal verification. www.MontecitoLand.com CalRE# 01061042 CalRE# 01875690

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