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Norwalk Civic Center

Architectural firm Kistner, Wright and Wright designed Norwalk City Hall as a one-story square steel box clad in tinted glass and panels covered with vibrant blue and green mosaic tile.
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Pan American Bank

Providing much-needed financial services to its residents, this Modern pillar of East Los Angeles' Mexican American community was designed to complement the forward-looking philosophy of its founder.
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Pomona Civic Center

Designed by architect Welton Becket & Associates, Pomona's New Formalist Civic Center includes the City Hall, Council Chambers, Public Library, Police Department, Superior Court, and Public Health buildings.
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Santa Fe Springs Civic Center

Renowned architect and planner William L. Pereira designed the civic heart Santa Fe Springs, creating a grouping of one-story concrete block buildings carefully sited in a landscape that harmoniously combines alleés of trees, lush plantings, and paved plazas and walkways.

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