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The Pink Lady

This ornate Queen Anne Victorian at 2nd and M Streets, Eureka, California was built as a wedding gift for J. Milton Carson by his father William Carson. Locally known as "the Pink Lady" it is across the street from the Carson Mansion. After Milton Carson sold the house, it ended up in the ownershp of two sisters in Germany, was seized by the U.S. Government as Nazi property in 1942, sold at public auction in 1951 to television actor Lloyd Bridges's father. The next owner restored the property which is a contributing property to the Old Town Eureka Historic District.

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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Home and Surroundings
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The Pink Lady

The Pink Lady

This ornate Queen Anne Victorian at 2nd and M Streets, Eureka, California was built as a wedding gift for J. Milton Carson by his father William Carson. Locally known as "the Pink Lady" it is across the street from the Carson Mansion. After Milton Carson sold the house, it ended up in the ownershp of two sisters in Germany, was seized by the U.S. Government as Nazi property in 1942, sold at public auction in 1951 to television actor Lloyd Bridges's father. The next owner restored the property which is a contributing property to the Old Town Eureka Historic District.