19 ELDRIDGE STREET NYC (photo taken in 2002) It has been said that this is where Eddie was born (above a tea room)
47 HENRY STREET NYC (photo taken in 2002) Eddie and his grandmother
moved here after his parents died. As far back as 1939 this has been an
empty lot and greatly disappointed Eddie to see his childhood home
11 MARKET STREET NYC (photo taken in 1939) This was where Eddie and
his grandmother moved when they could no longer afford the $9 a month
rent at 47 Henry St. In fact, they couldn't afford the house you see
here; they lived in the back house for $7 a month with one toilet for 16
This is how it looks today--an empty lot between the two buildings.
101 PARK AVENUE MOUNT VERNON NY This
is his first house during his run in KID BOOTS circa 1925. If you look
on the left side, the second set of windows on the second floor is where
Margie and Natalie shared a bedroom! There have been some additions
but it still stands. (photo courtesy of Jack Ciaramella)
MIDDLE NECK ROAD GREAT NECK NY This was the Great Neck Long Island NY
mansion of 1929 where he lived from late 1927 until the Crash. It was
demolished. (see our Great Neck Estate section )
807 N. RODEO DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS CA One of Eddie's first homes after his move to California in the early 30s. It still stands.
1012 N. ROXBURY DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS CA From the late 30s til 1950, this is what Eddie and his family called home. It has been remodelled but still stands.
720 PASEO EL MIRADOR PALM SPRINGS CA Ida got this home for Eddie in
1951 as a surprise and named it EL POONELO (Eddie's nickname.) In 1962,
Eddie, grieving for Ida, sold it with all its furnishings for a
9360 MONTE LEON LANE BEVERLY HILLS CA This was the last home of Eddie
and Ida and it had no pool. It was the Cantor residence from 1951
until 1964. There is now a pool in the backyard.