Top left photo is of the Shapiro House by Michael Black // Top right is inside the Edris House by E. Stweart Williams // Bottom left is a patio in the courtyard of one of the homes inside the Racquet Club Garden Villas by William Cody // Bottom right is of what is left of the Palm Springs Racquet Club, where Marilyn Monroe was “discovered” by her agent, and the birthplace of the Bloody Mary.
Images by me via iPhone for Instagram (I’m @sarahshermansamuel)
How great is the Edris house?? I have very fond memories of mixing cocktails (far too young) for gatherings on the patio. My grandfather was Stewart Williams 🙂
Whaaaaat?! Get out. How amazing Erika?! Oh yea color me green with envy. x
Ha! True story! Mrs Edris was one of my grandmother’s greatest friends and I spent many a summer lounging by that pool. She even let my boyfriend drive her AMAZING Rolls Royce to dinner one night! I swear, if only I’d had the appreciation of mid-century everything then that I do now. Well, you get it. Oh and my granparents’ house?? Forget it. Ridiculous.
Hope you had a blast at Modernism Week! Looking forward to next year when the new Architecture and Design Center for the museum is open!
so awesome Erika. What great memories! A far cry from my grandmothers one bedroom farmhouse (with 6 kids) ha. I can only imagine your grandparents place. what a dream!
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