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An Invitation to the 2004 SOHO Holiday Party

Saturday, December Eleventh, 4-8pm

1025 Cypress Avenue in Marston Hills

As always SOHO provides the ham, turkey and refreshments; remember we depend on you to bring your favorite dish to share. The Holiday party is another wonderful benefit of membership.

We are thankful to our gracious host Gary Copson for his generosity in sharing his home with us.

The Philip L. & Helen L. Gildred/Ralph L. Frank house was constructed in the Colonial Revival style in 1936 during the height of the depression. The home is situated on a large canyon lot in Marston Hills.

Philip Gildred, Sr. was a businessman, a philanthropist, and a tireless civic activist. He owned the city block bounded by Seventh, Eighth, "A", and "B" streets where he constructed the renowned Fox Theatre.

2004 - Volume 35, Issue 4

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