In an earlier post I mentioned that the site of Albert M. Prices’s home on E. 110th Street in Cleveland is now a vacant lot. However thanks to Aunt Helen’s family history book I found out that in 1920 Albert built this nice house on Hampshire Road in Cleveland Heights – then an up and coming suburb. This house is still standing.
However Albert didn’t live in Cleveland Heights that long as in 1922 the doctor prescribed a change of climate to be necessary for Estella Price’s health. She and Albert moved to suburban Los Angeles (Tujunga CA) and built this interesting home in 1923. Albert died in L.A. in 1937 and was interred in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Estella stayed in L.A until the 1940s when she returned to Cleveland to live with her daughter Florence. After her death in 1949 her body was returned to California and interred beside Albert’s in Forest Lawn. Now you know the rest of the story.