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Jayne Mansfield's former 'Pink Palace'(en)USA / California / Westwood (Los Angeles)house, celebrity home, historic landmarkOriginally the residence of singer Rudy Vallee. Became the infamous 'Pink Palace' of Jayne Mansfield & Micky Hargitay, with a heart shaped pool. The mansion's distinctive bold pink made it a landmark for Sunset Blvd. motorists for decades. Mariska Magdolina
Los Angeles Public Library, Cahuenga Branch(en)USA / California / West_Hollywood (Los Angeles)library, historic landmark4591 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90029 (323) 664-6418 Cahuenga Branch is the third oldest branch library in the Los Angeles Public Library system. Located on Santa Monica Boulevard in the East Hollywood section of Los Angeles, it
Los Encinos State Historic Park(en)USA / California / Los_Angeles (Los Angeles)park, rancho, stagecoach, interesting place, historic landmark16756 Moorpark St. Encino, CA 91436-1068 Hours: Wed-Sun, 10AM-5PM Rancho Los Encinos (also Rancho El Encino and Rancho Encino) was a Spanish grazing concession, cattle and sheep ranch, stagecoach stop, wheat farm, and real estate subdivision in the San Fernando
Llano del Rio Colony (site)(en)USA / California / Lake_Los_Angeles colony, interesting place, ill-conceived ideas, historic landmarkOn May 1, 1914, the Llano del Rio Colony, a socialist utopian community, was established north of Los Angeles in the southeast Antelope Valley. Among its founders was Indiana native Job Harriman, an idealistic and charismatic young lawyer who had
Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)lofts, Art Deco, historic landmark411 West 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 The Title Guarantee and Trust Company Building is a Zig Zag Moderne style highrise building on Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles that was built in 1930. The company was founded on
Second Church of Christ, Scientist(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)church, historic landmark948 W. Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA Second Church of Christ, Scientist, located at 946 West Adams Boulevard is an historic structure that on April 2, 1987, was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The building was designed
Shortest Street In Los Angeles(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)street, interesting place, historic landmarkPowers Place: a brick-laid street about 30 feet long. Named after Pomeroy Powers, manager and one of the principle owners of Alvarado Terrace. His Mission Revival home is located to the southwest of this street.
Los Angeles Public Library, Memorial Branch(en)USA / California / West_Hollywood (Los Angeles)library, historic landmark4645 W Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90019 (323) 938-2732 Memorial Branch is a branch library of the Los Angeles Public Library. It was built in 1930 based on a design architect John C. Austin, also noted as the
Rómulo Pico Adobe Park(en)USA / California / San_Fernando (Los Angeles)park, adobe, historic landmark10940 Sepulveda Blvd. Mission Hills, California 91345 (818) 365-7810 Rómulo Pico Adobe, also known as Ranchito Rómulo and Andres Pico Adobe, was built in 1834 and is the oldest residence in the San Fernando Valley, and the second oldest residence
Homestead Acre Park-Hill Palmer Museum House(en)USA / California / Calabasas (Los Angeles)museum, park, historic landmark10385 Shadow Oak Drive Chatsworth, CA 91311 The Homestead Acre is the name given to a 1.3 acre site within Chatsworth Park South containing a historic redwood bungalow surrounded by gardens, many fruit trees and fragrant rose bushes. It
Plaza Substation(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)street, olvera, interesting place, historic landmarkBuilt in 1903-1904, this was the first and largest of fourteen substations that supplied electric power to the Los Angeles Railway Company's "Yellow Car" streetcar system -- the first mass transportation for Los Angeles. The trolleys operated from 1896 to
Sunset Bronson Studios(en)USA / California / West_Hollywood (Los Angeles)cinema, television, interesting place, historic landmark5800 W. Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028 The former Warner Brothers studio facilities at 5800 Sunset Boulevard were first built in 1919. In the early 1920s, the facilities were acquired by Warner Bros. and served as the company's executive
Plummer House(en)USA / California / Calabasas (Los Angeles)museum, house, tours, historic, historic landmarkhistoric Plummer House at the Leonis Adobe - -
St. Marks Venice Beach Hotel(en)USA / California / Marina_del_Rey (Los Angeles)hotel, neighbourhood, historic landmark, historical buildingThe remaining portion of historic original 1908 St. Marks Hotel, an arcaded building. On left in 1908 photgraph. Now considered an "excellent place to stay" at heart of Venice Beach. Unbeatable location and prices.
West Adams Gardens(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)residences, historic landmarkConstructed in 1920 and designed by architect L.A. Smith. Seven, two-story residential buildings in a Tudor Revival Style (a prominent style of the early Twentieth Century). Designated HCM #297 on August 13, 1985.
Hiner House(en)USA / California / South_Pasadena (Los Angeles)house, historic landmark4757 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90042 Designed by Carl Boller in 1922 for Dr. Edward M. Hiner. Hiner formed a popular military band in Kansas City sometime after 1889, which was invited to the White House on a
Cole's Pacific Electric Buffet(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)restaurant, historic landmark118 East Sixth St. Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 622-4090 Cole's had boasted being the oldest restaurant and bar in the City of Los Angeles continuously operated from the same location. It was founded in 1908 by Henry Cole
USC Community House/Forthmann House(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)house, historic landmark2801 Hoover Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007 Designed and built by Burgess J. Reeve during the 1880's for John A. Forthmann, founder of the Los Angeles Soap Company. The house, along with its carriage house, originally stood at 629 W.
Forthmann Carriage House(en)USA / California / Vernon (Los Angeles)house, carriage, historic landmark812 E Edgeware Rd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 New home of the Forthmann Carriage House. Forthmann House and its carriage house were originally located on 629 West 18th Street. Forthmann House was moved to 2801 Hoover Blvd. to serve as
Rindge House(en)USA / California / View_Park-Windsor_Hills (Los Angeles)house, historic landmark2263 S. Harvard Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90018 The 2-1/2 story frame and stone house is a mixture of Richardsonian Romanesque and Queen Anne styles, designed by architect Frederick Louis Roehrig and built in 1902. It was later owned by
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