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This ten-thousand-square-foot Pasadena home for Myles Standish Slocum was designed by architect Garrett Van Pelt and completed in 1929.  The style is an eclectic mixture that seems to bridge the Old and New Worlds; while the transverse portion at background provides a typical and restrained example of Spanish Colonial revival, the pierced balcony, the tracery of the paired round-arched windows, and the elaborate cornice of the projecting wing veer solidly into Venetian Gothic territory.