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A 19th Century Mansard Style "Petite Chateau" - A gracious reminder of French influence in Los Angeles.
The beacon on top of the Los Angeles City Hall was turned on by President Calvin Coolidge from the White House during the city hall dedication ceremonies April 26, 1928. The light was gratefully dedicated to Charles A. Lindbergh for his contributi…
Bolton Hall Built in 1913 ————————————— Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior
This stadium was originally completed in 1923. It was partially redesigned and enlarged for the 1932 Olympic Games. Both designs were by architects John & Donald B. Parkinson. The Coliseum has witnessed many important sports, political, and histor…
First woman aviator to fly the Atlantic Ocean. Lost at sea, 1937 during around-the-world flight.
World War II confinement site.
The first museum in Los Angeles. Dedicated to the Native Peoples of the Southwest Declared Historic-Cultural Monument No. 283.
Built by Charles F. Lummis, Writer, editor, founder Southwest Museum. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 68.
This tablet presented February 9, 1979, to the Veterans Memorial Park, in loving memory of the many veterans, nurses, and aids of the San Fernando Valley Veterans Hospital, whose lives were lost during the earthquake of February 9, 1971.
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation…
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