View of the Hotel Green annex (Castle Green) in Pasadena (Los Angeles County), California. The annex (Castle Green) located on Green Street , was designed by Frederick Louis Roehrig, it is a seven story Islamic Revival style building with tile roofs. Shows two round towers with conical roofs and flag poles. Two square towers with domes, Moorish style arched windows, and plaster and iron balconets. The towers are connected by a glass enclosed loggia. Plaster and decorative terracotta tiles are near the roof line, there are cornices and decorative modillions. The building has chimneys. An enclosed pedestrian bridge crosses gardens, sidewalks, and Raymond Street. It has tile roofs, arched windows, and a squat, bayed, multi-sided tower. A sign reads: "Hotel Green." Horse-drawn carriages and buggies are near landscaped grounds with a wooden fence, sidewalks, gardens and trees. A couple sits on a park bench in the gardens.
Accession number: 86.200.3654; Attribution to Jackson based on the glass negative's inclusion in the History Colorado William Henry Jackson Collection.; History Colorado.; Penciled on negative sleeve: ????; Title, attribution and 11038 reproduced in glass negative.; R7200097774