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Historical Markers in Beverly Hills, California

 
Clickable Map of Los Angeles County, California and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Los Angeles County, CA (2013) Kern County, CA (339) Orange County, CA (460) San Bernardino County, CA (341) Ventura County, CA (184)  LosAngelesCounty(2013) Los Angeles County (2013)  KernCounty(339) Kern County (339)  OrangeCounty(460) Orange County (460)  SanBernardinoCounty(341) San Bernardino County (341)  VenturaCounty(184) Ventura County (184)
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Beverly Hills is in Los Angeles County
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1 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 6 — Anderton Court — Then & Now —
Frank Lloyd Wright is perhaps the most celebrated and highly-recognized American architect. His unique design for "The Anderton Court Shops" from 1952 represents the only retail structure built by Wright in Southern California. He described . . . Map (db m200409) HM
2 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial
At 8:45 a.m. on September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked and crashed a passenger jet, American Airlines Flight 11, into the North Tower of New York City's World Trade Center. As live television coverage began, Americans watched in horror as . . . Map (db m246996) HM
3 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — Beverly Hills High SchoolSwim Gym — 1939 —
Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works. John M. Garmody, Administrator of Public Works. Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States. Beverly Hills High School, 1939.Map (db m183132) HM
4 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 12 — Carroll and CompanyBeverly Hills
Richard Carroll, a former Warner Brothers publicist, started his men's fashion enterprise in Beverly Hills in 1949. The renowned men's clothier operated at this site for 43 years and helped to establish Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills' Golden . . . Map (db m246997) HM
5 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 4 — Greystone Mansion
Doheny Greystone Estate, an estate built by Edward L. Doheny Jr. Designed by Gordon Kaufmann. Landscape by Paul Thiene. Beverly Hills Historic Landmark No. 4. Built 1928. Designated 2013. Beverly Hills City Council and Cultural Heritage . . . Map (db m192005) HM
6 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — Margaret Jane Anderson FountainErected 1912 · Dedicated 2015
This fountain is dedicated in honor of the pioneering vision and civic generosity of Margaret Jane Anderson. In 1911, Rodeo Land and Water Co. developer Burton Green invited Andersen, the former manager of the successful Hotel . . . Map (db m249654) HM
7 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 665 — Portolá Trail 1769
The expedition of Don Gaspar de Portolá from Mexico passed this way en route to Monterey to begin the Spanish colonization of California. With Captain Don Fernando Rivera y Moncada, Lieutenant Don Pedro Fages, Sergeant José Francisco Ortega, and . . . Map (db m125155) HM
8 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 10 — Romanoff’s/The DaisyBeverly Hills
Designed by Master Architect Douglas Honnold, the famous restaurant was located at this site. Michael Romanoff, born Hershel Geguzin (1890-1971), was a Hollywood restaurateur, self-styled Russian aristocrat, and actor. The Daisy replaced . . . Map (db m246999) HM
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9 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 1 — The Beverly Hills Hotel — Historic Landmark No. 1 —
Built as the first hotel in the City and associated with architects Elmer Grey and Paul R. Williams. Beverly Hills Historic Landmark No. 1. Built 1912. Designated 2012. Beverly Hills City Council and Cultural Heritage Commission, . . . Map (db m148025) HM
10 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — 13 — The LuauBeverly Hills
Beverly Hills' first Polynesian-themed restaurant was located on this site from 1936 to 1978. Originally called Sugie's Tropics after the owner Harry "Sugie" Sugarman, the founder of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It was sold in 1953 and became . . . Map (db m246998) HM
11 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills — Virginia Robinson Gardens
United States Department of the Interior National Register of Historic Places. Beverly Hills Local Landmark. Constructed in 1911.Map (db m148656) HM
12 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — 5 — Beverly Hills Main Post Office
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior. Fresco Murals, 1936 Charles Kassler United States (1897-1979) During the Great Depression, the U.S. . . . Map (db m150055) HM
13 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — Lily PondCity of Beverly Hills
Upon arriving at the Beverly Hills trolley station, which was located just to the south of this site across Santa Monica Boulevard, residents and visitors would be greeted by this early Beverly Hills landmark. Originally installed in 1907, the lily . . . Map (db m204422) HM
14 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — Moreton Bay FigFicus Macrophylla — The Beverly Hills Centennial Tree —
This tree planted on January 26, 2014, recognizes Beverly Hills' first 100 years and salutes the next 100 years.Map (db m204426) HM
15 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — Morton Bay Fig — Ficus Macrophylla —
Planted by the Rodeo Land and Water Company between 1910 - 1914. Plaque donated by Margo and Irwin Winkler, 1995.Map (db m148845) HM
16 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — The Electric Fountain
The Tongva Native American Indian in prayer on top of The Electric Fountain is symbolic of an Indian rain prayer and pays homage to the area’s early inhabitants whose settlements, dating back to the 1500’s, were along the streams that flowed . . . Map (db m183120) HM
17 California, Los Angeles County, Beverly Hills, The Flats — 27 — Will Rogers Memorial Park“I never met a man I didn’t like.” — Will Rogers 1879-1935 —
In 1912 this five acre parcel of land was part of the terraced front lawn to the Beverly Hills Hotel. Brilliant floral displays stood as a welcome sight to the stark contrast of the surrounding brown fields and oiled dirt roads. In 1915, The hotel . . . Map (db m148110) HM
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Jul. 24, 2024