I believe the address is 1012 West 53rd Street, Los Angeles.
I've had this photo on my bulletin board for quite awhile and thought while I had a moment I'd scan it.
I became familiar with the house when I was about five and living in Toluca Lake with my dad, mom, and sister Jane: it was the home of Gaga Collins. (The man whom Mom called Granddaddy had died.)
I think the people in the yard are probably Gaga, my grandmother Yani, and my mom. (My mother, maternal grandmother, and great-grandmother.)
Gaga and Granddaddy had a restaurant called Collins Cabin Lunch. Mom said that Gaga got up at 4 a.m. to bake pies.
I have very warm memories of everything about this house except the fig tree in the back yard. Figs, yuck!
To the best of my knowledge, Gaga and Granddaddy had restaurants in other cities before coming to Los Angeles. Why they came to Los Angeles, I don't know.
Other things that come to mind are that Gaga's other name was Wilhelmina; she was called Minnie. Her maiden name was either Bemberg or Bremberg. She came from Sweden as a toddler. I vaguely recall that she grew up in Illinois. She died in Los Angeles at age 90; I believe in the mid-1950s.
One night Mom invited Gagie over for her favorite home-cooked foods. fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and lemon meringue pie. Ack. Our guest of honor didn't eat much, worrying her hostess. In an effort to please, she tried to feed the dog under the table. Dad didn't go for that at all.
Forbidden to give us kids candy, she nevertheless managed to provide us with nonpareils which were without equal.