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Dug by neophytes on the "Rancho Las Hermanas" (now owned by Philip Begue). Was used by the padres traveling over "Old Mission Trail" during the Spanish regime.
Laying Tracks, and a Foundation for the Future
Land is the secret to Southern California's prosperity, but it isn't worth much without a way to move the goods and services it generates. This modest wooden building on a small parcel of land is a …
Busch Gardens, Van Nuys, opened in 1966 at a contruction cost of $4 milion dollars. In 1979, the park closed to make way for a major brewery expansion. At its peak attendance, it was a major San Fernando Valley tourist attraction which was complet…
Granted on March 22, 1843 to Maria Ygnacia Verdugo in confirmation of an earlier Spanish concession made to Vicente Feliz in 1795.
Later owned by famous California pioneers Antonio Coronel and James Lick.
Colonel Griffith Jenkins Griffith, i…
Los Angeles in the Art Deco Age
Los Angeles leapt into the modern era on September 26, 1929. At nine o'clock that morning, the doors of Bullock's Wilshire opened to gasps of amazement. Here was the first department store in the country to be des…
has been designated a
This property possesses national significance
in commemorating the history of the
United States of America.
The Neutra VDL Demonstration Studio and Res…
All California State Parks must have either unique physical or historical assets. In 2000, the fate of this State Park hung partially on the question of whether physical traces of history could really be found here. The game-changing evidence was …
This is the birthplace of motion picture comedy. Here the genius of Mack Sennett took root and grew to laughter heard around the world. Here movie history was made. Here stars were born. Here reigned, and still reigns "The Kin…
This block is the site of:
First brick school house in Los Angeles
known as School No. 1, built 1854-1855
Butterfield Overland Mail Company office
and corral 1858-1861
Office of U.S. Quartermaster 1861
Corral for camels from Fort Tejon 1861…
A street of houses designed in the Eastlake and Queen Anne styles of the late 19th century, exhibiting the finest collection of Victorian domestic architecture remaining in Los Angeles. From their vantage point on Angelino Heights, these houses ha…