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Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Barlow Respiratory Hospital

A twenty-five acre hillside campus with thirty-two separate historic buildings dating from 1902 to 1952, mostly in the Craftsman and Spanish Colonial Revival styles.
Photo by Laura Dominguez/L.A. Conservancy

Bob Mizer Residence and Studio

Photographer Bob Mizer founded one of the first erotic art publications from his studio and home in Pico-Union in the 1940s.
Photo by Linda Dishman/L.A. Conservancy

Charlotte and Robert Disney House

Iconic animator Walt Disney launched his career in Los Angeles while living in this modest craftsman home.
E. A. K. Hackett House
Photo from Conservancy archives

E. A. K. Hackett House

A Southern California Arts and Crafts classic and one of the most architecturally intact residences in the historic Pico-Union neighborhood.
Photo by Marcello Vavala/L.A. Conservancy

Edward A.D. Christopher Residence

Constructed for a local fruit farmer, the Christopher Residence is one of the oldest remaining homes in Studio City.
Photo courtesy Heritage Housing Partners

Herkimer Arms

Built in 1912 as an eight-unit dwelling, the Herkimer Arms is the only surviving apartment building by master architects Charles and Henry Greene, and one of their few buildings with a gunite exterior.
Hung Sa Dahn, https://www.redfin.com/CA/Los-Angeles/3423-S-Catalina-St-90007/home/6885048

Hung Sa Dahn

The Craftsman-style residence served as the longtime headquarters of the Young Korean Academy or 'Hung Sa Dahn,' a highly significant Korean American civic organization established by Dosan Ahn Chang Ho, a singularly important figure at the local, state, and national level as well as in modern Korean history.
Photo by https://www.redfin.com/CA/Venice/605-Westminster-Ave-90291/home/6742195

Irvin Tabor Family Residences

The Irvin Tabor Family Residences (HCM #1149) represent one of the first residential properties in Venice built by and for African Americans.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

LAFD Fire Engine Company No. 30

The first of two all-black fire stations in Los Angeles, Fire Company No. 30 played a key role in securing workplace equality for African American firefighters.

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