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City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments Historical Markers

Over 1,000 historic places designated by the City of Los Angeles.
 
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1California (Los Angeles County), Angelino Heights — Carroll Avenue1300 Block
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 have . . . Map (db m167925) HM
2California (Los Angeles County), Boyle Heights — 891 — Boyle HotelCummings Block
Cummings Comes To California The stately brick building, with its projecting turret and other distinctive Victorian-era details, is one of the reminders of early Boyle Heights; and the Cummings Block, completed in 1889, represents . . . Map (db m174709) HM
3California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 720 — Arens House
Modern style. Architects - Whitney R.Smith & A.Quincy Jones. Built 1949. Declared 2002, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 720, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m184998) HM
4California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 797 — Hamma House
Modern style. A.Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith, architects. Built 1951. Declared 2005, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 797, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission.Map (db m184990) HM
5California (Los Angeles County), Brentwood — 722 — Volk House
A.Quincy Jones, architect. Modern style. Built 1949. Declared 2002, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 722, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission.Map (db m185003) HM
6California (Los Angeles County), Calabasas — 1 — Leonis AdobeCalabasas Adobe
This adobe was built by Miguel Leonis in the early 1870's. The chain of title extends from the King of Spain to the present owners. Leonis Adobe, 1844 - 1846. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 1 by the Cultural Heritage . . . Map (db m145585) HM
7California (Los Angeles County), Canoga Park — 135 — Canoga Mission Gallery1934-1936
A mission style stable converted to new uses as a community center of the arts of California and Mexico.Map (db m164331) HM
8California (Los Angeles County), Canoga Park — 700 — Canoga Park Branch Library
Canoga Park Branch Library, Modern style, built 1959. Declared 2000, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 700, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m163862) HM
9California (Los Angeles County), Canoga Park — 488 — Canoga Park StationOwensmouth
Canoga Park Southern Pacific Station, circa 1912. Mission style. First railway station in the West Valley. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 488, declared May 30, 1990, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs . . . Map (db m165894) HM
10California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 14 — Chatsworth Community Church
Chatsworth Community Church, 1903. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 14 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Art Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m163863) HM
11California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 133 — Minnie Hill Palmer HouseHomestead Acre
Cottage built by the Hill family in 1911. Last homestead acre in the Valley.Map (db m144408) HM
12California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 92 — Old Santa Susana Stage Road‘Devil’s Slide’
Old Santa Susana Stage Road, 1859-90. Marked March 17 1939, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Topango Parlor 269.Map (db m131208) HM
13California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 49 — Olive Trees
76 olive trees, clippings from the San Fernando Mission, planted by Nelson A. Gray in 1893.Map (db m144984) HM
14California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 92 — Stagecoach Trail
The Stagecoach Trail was used from 1861 to 1895. Also known as the Devil's Slide.Map (db m145659) HM
15California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 132 — Stoney Point
Stoney Point Outcroppings natural site, considered one of the most picturesque areas in Los Angeles. Declared 1974, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 132, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m163865) HM
16California (Los Angeles County), Chatsworth — 750 — The Munch Box
A classic 1950's hamburger stand built in 1956. Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Monument No. 750.Map (db m145764) HM
17California (Los Angeles County), Culver City — 182 — Ivy SubstationMedia Park
The Ivy Substation, named for the land development where it is located, was built in 1907 by the Los Angeles Pacific Railway. It is one of the largest electric substations along the “Balloon Route” rail line from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific . . . Map (db m121986) HM
18California (Los Angeles County), Culver City — 624 — Joseph Residence
Lawrence and Martha Joseph Residence and Apartments. Storybook style. Designer - Lawrence Joseph. Built 1946-1970. Declared 1996, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 624, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m187797) HM
19California (Los Angeles County), Eagle Rock — 931 — Castle Crag
Eastlake Victorian. Built 1888. Declared '08. Restored 2007 by Edward, Martha & Lucy Hunt. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 931, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m174959) HM
20California (Los Angeles County), Eagle Rock — 59 — Eagle Rock City Hall1923
Eagle Rock City Hall — 1923. Example of Los Angeles City's absorption of small Southland communities. Declared Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument No. 59 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Cultural Arts Department, City of Los . . . Map (db m162265) HM
21California (Los Angeles County), Eagle Rock — 1042 — Egasse-Braasch House
Storybook style. Jean L. Egasse, architect. Albert and Constance Braasch, builders. Built 1923. Declared 2013, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1042, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m175216) HM
22California (Los Angeles County), Eagle Rock — 292 — Old Eagle Rock Branch Library
Spanish Colonial Revival style. Architects - Henry C. Newton and Robert D. Murray. Built 1914. Declared 1986, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 292, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m175104) HM
23California (Los Angeles County), Echo Park — 836 — Aimee Semple McPhersonThe Lotus of Echo Park Lake
Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944) founded the international Church of the Foursquare Gospel and was a well-known figure in Los Angeles. After her founding of the Angelus Temple in 1923, the population of the Echo Park neighborhood greatly . . . Map (db m122445) HM
24California (Los Angeles County), Echo Park — 652 — Jensen’s Recreation CenterAnd Rooftop Sign
Jensen Recreation Center, Historic Cultural Monument No. 652, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m188577) HM
25California (Los Angeles County), Encino — 24 — Encino Oak Tree
Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 24 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Arts Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m165309) HM
26California (Los Angeles County), Glendale — 910 — Riverside Drive Bridge
Originally known as the Victory Boulevard bridge, the Riverside Drive bridge was constructed in 1938 to improve a bottleneck caused by an earlier wooden bridge. It was partially funded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Works Progress . . . Map (db m129133) HM
27California (Los Angeles County), Granada Hills — 622 — Taft House
Taft House and landscaping. Shingle style. Circa 1900. Declared 1996, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 622, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m162891) HM
28California (Los Angeles County), Highland Park — 338 — Drake House
Circa 1894. Homestead style with Eastlake influence. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 338, declared January 26, 1988, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m178193) HM
29California (Los Angeles County), Highland Park — 284 — Highland Park Ebell Club
Westcoast Prairie style, built in 1913. Sumner P. Hunt and Silas Burns, architects. 1938 addition designed by Sidney Clifton. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 284, August 29, 1984. City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural . . . Map (db m175867) HM
30California (Los Angeles County), Highland Park — 105 — Hiner House and Sousa Nook
Chalet style. Architect - Carl Boller. Built 1922. Declared 1972, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 105, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m164786) HM
31California (Los Angeles County), Highland Park — 274 — Northeast Police Station — Highland Park Police Station —
Built - 1925, Renaissance Revival style. Declared November 15, 1972, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 274 by the City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m178918) HM
32California (Los Angeles County), Highland Park — 376 — Smith House
William U. Smith House, Greek Revival style. Built 1908. Declared 1988, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 376, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m178198) HM
33California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 846 — B.A.G. Fuller Residence
Modern style. Ralph C. Flewelling, architect. Built 1933. Declared 2006, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 846, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m167809) HM
34California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 18 — Capitol Records Building
The world's first circular office structure was designed to resemble a stack of 45 rpm records. Artists recording in its studios since its completion in 1956 have included such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole, Peggy Lee, Dean Martin, . . . Map (db m167282) HM
35California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 947 — CBS Columbia Square Studios
On this site was established the first motion picture studio in Hollywood, October 27, 1911. CBS Columbia Square Studios, International style. William Lescaze, architect. Earl Heitschmidt, associate architect. Built 1938. Declared 2009. . . . Map (db m133742) HM
36California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 58 — Charlie Chaplin Studio
Historic Charlie Chaplin Studio. Built 1917. Declared 1969. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 58. Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m162823) HM
37California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 55 — Chinese Heaven DogsMing Dynasty 1403 - 1643
Heaven Dogs were believed by the Chinese to ward off evil spirits and were widely used to guard the sacred Ming Tombs in the interior of China. They were first introduced in the reign of Huo Pin in 117 BC and achieved their greatest vogue in the . . . Map (db m167862) HM
38California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 3 — Chinese TheatreThe Most Famous Movie House in the World
The most famous movie house in the world, built by Sid Grauman. Actress Anna May Wong drove the first rivet in the steel girders when construction began in 1925. Opened with the premiere of Cecil B. DeMille's “King of Kings” on May . . . Map (db m170065) HM
39California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 445 — Courtney Desmond Estate
Spanish / Mediterranean Revival style, Frank H. Harding and George J. Adams, architects. Built 1926. Declared 1989, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 445, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m183282) HM
40California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 134 — Crossroads of the World
Crossroads of the World, 1936. Robert V. Derrah, architect. A blend of moderne & old world architecture. Declared Historic-Cultural Monument No. 134 by the Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department, City of Los Angeles. . . . Map (db m162878) HM
41California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 584 — Egyptian Theatre
Egyptian revival style. Architects - Meyer & Holler. Built 1922. Declared 1993 Historic-Cultural Monument No. 584 City of Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission Cultural Affairs DepartmentMap (db m163244) HM
42California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 42 — El Capitan Theatre
The most lavish of four Hollywood Blvd. theatres designed for live performances opened in 1926, featuring stars such as Joan Fontaine, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lon Chaney, Jr., Buster Keaton, Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, Jason Robards and Will Rogers. . . . Map (db m167869) HM
43California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 165 — Fire Station 27Fire Department Museum
Home of the Los Angeles Fire Department Museum and Memorial. Cultural Heritage Board Monument No.165. Fire Station No. 27, Italian Renaissance Revival style. Architect - Peter K. Schabarum. Built 1930. Declared . . . Map (db m175270) HM
44California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 462 — Hollywood American Legion Post 43
Built 1929, Egyptian Revival style, Westin & Westin, architects. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 462, declared November 3, 1989, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department. American Legion Hollywood Post . . . Map (db m170037) HM
45California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 194 — Hollywood and Vine
Hollywood was given its name by pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Wilcox. They subdivided their ranch in 1887 and called two dirt cross-roads Prospect Avenue and Weyse Avenue. Prospect Avenue, the main artery, was renamed Hollywood Boulevard and Weyse . . . Map (db m167867) HM
46California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 44 — Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Built in 1927 by a group of celebrities that included Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and Louis B. Mayer. Site of the first Academy Awards in 1929. A hideaway for Clark Gable and Carol Lombard. Marilyn Monroe did her first commercial shoot by the . . . Map (db m167870) HM
47California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 10 — Janes HouseHollywood Historic Site
Built in 1903, this is the last remaining Victorian home on Hollywood Blvd. It is typical of the mansions along the Boulevard in the early 1900s, before the street became a bustling commercial district. From 1911 to 1926, the three Janes sisters . . . Map (db m183094) HM
48California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 41 — Max Factor Building
Max Factor, a Russian immigrant, pioneered screen make up for which he received a special Academy Award in 1929. He opened the Max Factor Hollywood Makeup Studio in 1928, where he taught Hollywood stars such as Lana Turner, Rita Hayworth, . . . Map (db m167871) HM
49California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 842 — Ojai Apartments
Mediterranean Revival style, Frank H. Webster, architect. Built 1927. Declared 2006, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 842, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m181162) HM
50California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 670 — Stahl House
Stahl House - Case Study House No. 22, International style. Architect - Pierre Koenig, F.A.I.A. Built 1958. Declared 1999, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 670, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m183283) HM
51California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 406 — The Magic Castle
In Sept. 1961, Milton Page Larsen leased this building, which would become the world-famous Magic Castle, with a handshake and a dream. Renovations began on the historic 1910 Rollin B. Lane mansion with the help and contributions of many friends . . . Map (db m167868) HM
52California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 248 — United Methodist Church
First United Methodist Church, 1930. A Gothic revival edifice constructed of steel and exposed concrete, standing as a visual beacon in the heart of Hollywood.Map (db m128905) HM
53California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 956 — Villa Bonita
Spanish Colonial Revival style. Frank Webster, architect. Built 1929. Declared 2009, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 956, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m170029) HM
54California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 180 — Warner Brothers Studio
Original home built by Warner Bros. in 1923. The pioneering talking motion picture The Jazz Singer was produced here in 1927 and revolutionized the film industry. This building was certified as a Historic Structure by the United States Department of . . . Map (db m133609) HM
55California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 12 — Warner Pacific Theatre
Built by Warner Bros. in 1928 to be the crown jewel of its West Coast theaters. Sam Warner oversaw construction but died before it was completed. His ghost is said to haunt the building. The Italian Renaissance exterior design theme is continued . . . Map (db m169952) HM
56California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 579 — Wattles Park Mansion
Mediterranean style. Architects - Myron Hunt & Elmer Grey. Built 1907. Declared 1993, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 579, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m183161) HM
57California (Los Angeles County), Hollywood — 175 — YWCA Hollywood Studio Club
Mediterranean Revival style. Architect - Julia Morgan. Built 1926. Declared 1977, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 175, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m175069) HM
58California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 1108 — 221 St Andrews Place Residence
Craftsman style. Arthur Heineman, architect. Built 1912. Declared 2016, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1108, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m183278) HM
59California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 112 — A Gabrielino Indian SiteFerndell Canyon
Archaeological evidence indicates that Indian villages were located in Ferndell Canyon.Map (db m122444) HM
60California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 35 — Adlai Stevenson
Site of the birthplace of Adlai E. Stevenson, statesman. February 5, 1900 - July 14, 1965. Declared a Historic Cultural Monument by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Art Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m187045) HM
61California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 401 — Adobe of the Rancho Los Feliz
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, in . . . Map (db m167872) HM
62California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 83 — Alvarado Terrace1902-1910
Six residences and church reflecting Victorian architecture on a grand scale prevalent at the turn of the century. Declared Historic Cultural Monuments Nos. 83-89 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Arts Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m188342) HM
63California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 4 — Angels Flight
Built in 1901 by Colonel J. W. Eddy, lawyer, engineer, and friend of President Lincoln, Angel's Flight is said to be the world's shortest incorporated railway. The counterbalanced cars, controlled by cables, travel a 33 percent grade for 315 . . . Map (db m160015) HM
64California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 920 — Aoyama Tree
Ficus Macrophylla (Moreton Bay Fig) planted circa 1920. Declared 2008, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 920, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m183767) HM
65California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 131 — Apex / Club AlabamHistoric Central Avenue Jazz Corridor — 42nd St. and Central Av. —
Curtis Mosby, the conductor of the Dixieland Blue Blowers, opened the Apex on Thanksgiving 1928. The classy nightclub was home to revues featuring beautiful showgirls in extravagant costumes. Johnny Otis led the house band, but Alabam . . . Map (db m144912) HM
66California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 33 — Arts and Crafts Building1919 — Barnsdall Arts Center Residence “A” —
Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 33 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Art Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m188775) HM
67California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 72 — Automobile Club Headquarters
Automobile Club of Southern California; headquarters building of the pioneer motoring club; founded 1900; built in Spanish Colonial style.Map (db m131042) HM
68California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 631 — Banks-Huntley Building
Art Deco style. Architects - John and Donald Parkinson. Built 1930. Declared 1997, Historic Cultural Monument No. 631, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m167936) HM
69California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 504 — Barlow Sanitorium
Barlow Sanitorium, Cultural Heritage Board Monument No. 504, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m187876) HM
70California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 34 — Barnsdall Art Park
A Female Don Quixote Oil heiress Aline Barnsdall was an artistic visionary, feminist, world traveler, political radical, and friend of the anarchist Emma Goldman. "I believe I could best describe her as a sort of 'female Don . . . Map (db m176271) HM
71California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 60 — Biltmore Hotel
Host of the Coast Its lore is as rich as its tapestries, as its gilded cupids and carved marble. From the moment it opened on October 2, 1923, the 11-story Biltmore Hotel became Los Angeles' "Host of the Coast," a chandeliered . . . Map (db m184909) HM
72California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 6 — Bradbury Building
Mining Tycoon L. Bradbury Makes His Mark His name endures in the eponymous town of wealth and horseflesh set against the San Gabriel Mountains, but mining tycoon Louis Bradbury made his loveliest mark on Southern California with the . . . Map (db m167742) HM
73California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 197 — Britt Mansion
Classical Revival style. Architect - Alfred F. Rosenheim. Built 1910. Declared 1978, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 197, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department. This property, Eugene W. Britt House, . . . Map (db m185094) HM
74California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 27 — Bunker Hill
When Women Carried Parasols The gleaming skyscrapers of Bunker Hill that now symbolize Los Angeles' towering ambitions are the modern incarnation of the hilltop's first buildings - the elegant, gingerbread mansions that made the . . . Map (db m170223) HM
75California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 899 — Chapman Building
Charles C. Chapman Building, Beaux Arts style. Los Angeles Investment Company, Ernest McConnell, architect. Built 1912. Declared 2007, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 899, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m164426) HM
76California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 1073 — Charles C. Hurd Residence
Arts and Crafts Tudor Revival style. Los Angeles Building Company. Built 1909. Declared 2014, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1073, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m186178) HM
77California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 486 — Chinese Cemetery ShrineNineteenth Century Los Angeles — Evergreen Cemetery —
This monument is the oldest surviving structure of Chinese settlement in the Los Angeles area. It illustrates the use of traditional ceremonies brought from China and honors the lives of 19th century Chinese Americans. The Chinese Historical . . . Map (db m149116) HM
78California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 28 — Clark Library
William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1926. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 28 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Art Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m185087) HM
79California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 104 — Cole’s P.E. Buffet1908
One of the oldest continuously operated restaurants in Los Angeles. From this Pacific Electric building ran the world’s largest interurban railway system. Declared Historic-Cultural Monument No. 104 by the Cultural Heritage Board, . . . Map (db m167975) HM
80California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 654 — Craftsman Mansion
Craftsman style with Japanese and Swiss influences. Built 1912. Declared 1998, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 654, City of Los Angeles, Cultural heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m186204) HM
81California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 1022 — Department of Water and PowerCity of Los Angeles — General Office Building —
From pueblo to metropolis, the history of the City of Los Angeles is indelibly linked with the development of community water and power supplies. This building is dedicated to that enduring relationship past, present and future. Water for . . . Map (db m155788) HM
82California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 163 — Disney Studio SitePoint of Historical Interest
Site of Walt Disney’s original animation studio in Los Angeles, 2719 Hyperion Avenue, 1926-1940.Map (db m143586) HM
83California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 558 — Distribution Station No. 2Department of Water and Power
Commemorating 50 years of power service to the citizens of Los Angeles beginning November 13, 1916 from this distributing station.Map (db m134909) HM
84California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 30 — Doheny Mansion1899-1900
Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 30 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Art Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m175040) HM
85California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 966 — Douglas Building
Classical Revival style. Reid Brothers, architect. Thomas Douglas Stimson, developer. Built 1899. Declared 2009, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 966, Cultural Heritage Commission, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m178708) HM
86California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — El Pueblo de Los AngelesNorthwest Corner
This plaque marks the location of the original northwest corner of El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, founded on September 4, 1781, and established by survey in 1849.Map (db m163982) HM
87California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 1011 — Ennis House
Ennis Brown House - 1924. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. A master work by America’s foremost architect.Map (db m148411) HM
88California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 127 — Exposition Club House
A picturesque Spanish-Colonial Revival building which has served the community since the 1920's. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 127 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Arts Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m190615) HM
89California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 125 — Fine Arts Building
Romanesque style. Architects - Walker and Eisen. Built 1927. Declared 1974, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 125, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m183788) HM
90California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 289 — Fire Station 30African-American Firefighter Museum — 1913 —
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91California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 156 — Fire Station No. 1
Built by United States Work Projects Administration, 1940. Fire Station No. 1, Streamline Moderne style. Architects — Public Works Administration. Declared 1976. Built 1940. Historic-Cultural Monument No. 156.Map (db m134911) HM
92California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 121 — Garfield Building1928
A significant example of the opulent Art Deco style. Declared Historic Cultural Monument No. 121 by the Cultural Heritage Board, Municipal Arts Department, City of Los Angeles.Map (db m184114) HM
93California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 1000 — Golden State Mutual Building
Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company Home Office, Late Moderne style. Paul R. Williams, architect. Charles Alston & Hale Woodruff, lobby muralists. Built 1949. Declared 2011, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 1000, Cultural Heritage Commission, . . . Map (db m185110) HM
94California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 601 — Gramercy Park Homestead
Transitional Craftsman style. Architect - William E. Blaikie. Built 1910. Declared 1994, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 601, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m186942) HM
95California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 478 — Guasti VillaBusby Berkeley Estate
Beaux Arts/Italian Renaissance revival style. Architects - Hudson & Munsell. Built 1910. Declared 1990, Historic-Cultural Monument No. 478, City of Los Angeles, Cultural Heritage Commission, Cultural Affairs Department.Map (db m185079) HM
96California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 40 — Hale House, Circa 1887Heritage Square
A superb example of the Queen Anne - Eastlake Style. Restored through the devotion of thousands of admirers.Map (db m117173) HM
97California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 26 — Historic Los Angeles CemeteryLa Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Los Angeles Cemetery
According to Catholic Church records, approximately 693 early residents of Los Angeles were buried in this cemetery. This memorial garden honors these early residents. Words surround this sacred place from the Spanish, English, . . . Map (db m164890) HM
98California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 12 — Hollyhock HouseUNESCO World Heritage Site
Hollyhock House, as part of the 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, has been inscribed on the World Heritage List. Inscription on this List confirms that this property deserves protection for the benefit of all humanity because . . . Map (db m154492) HM
99California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 421 — Hollywood ReservoirMulholland Dam
Hollywood Reservoir Capacity 2,500,000,000 gallons. Maximum depth of water 183 feet. Mulholland Dam Work started August 1923. Dam completed December 1924. 172,000 cubic yards of concrete. Elevation of . . . Map (db m167864) HM
100California (Los Angeles County), Los Angeles — 111 — Hollywood SignThe Sign and The City
Like many chapters in the history of Los Angeles, the Hollywood sign began as a real estate promotion. A gigantic billboard was commissioned in 1923 to promote the development called “Hollywoodland.” Mules hauled telegraph poles, sheet metal, . . . Map (db m177227) HM

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