In 1913, the Greenes designed a three-story, Craftsman-style
house for Dr. Edward H. Angle, an internationally known pioneer
in modern orthodontia. The project was not built. Dr. Angle
asked the Greenes again in 1920 to design alterations to a
house that had been designed for him by D. St. Claire Donnelly
of New London, Connecticut, in 1913. No evidence remains that
this plan was ever carried out either. Dr. Angle subsequently
purchased an existing craftsman-style home in Pasadena.