Photos document the building and landscaping of a home at Las Tunas in Santa Barbara, California. The photos start with the family visiting the undeveloped property, continue with the building of the house and the landscaping, and end years after the garden and grounds have matured and the children have grown older. The album also contains photos of the family and friends at an event at the house possible housewarming and includes a photo of landscape architect Lockwood de Forest, Jr.
However, the Ussher house is not listed in his commissions in the Architecture and Design Collection, Coll.
Neville T. Ussher was born in Van, Turkey, where his parents were missioniaries.
Neville emigrated to the United States in He was educated at Yale in the s and became an internist and a specialist in disorders of the spine. The federal census for Santa Barbara shows him living with his wife Marjory and three children on La Vuelta Road in Montecito and in the census they were living at Las Tunas Road and had been since at least All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Archivist.
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