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Photo by Sarah Locke

Rancho Estates

Of the many tract housing developments Cliff May designed in the 1950s, the largest (and one of the highest-praised) was Lakewood Rancho Estates in Long Beach.
Photo by Joe Fletcher

UCLA Faculty Center

The unique ranch-style residential architecture of the UCLA Faculty Center provides a welcoming environment for faculty lunches and convening.
Westridge Park Ranch Houses
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Westridge Park Ranch Houses

Boasting quarter-acre lots with houses set far enough back from the street to allow small lawns, flowerbeds, shrubs, and trees, a 1960 advertisement for Westridge Park presented styles such as "The Hawaiian," "The Queen," and "The Baronet."
Woodside
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Woodland West

A distinctive collection of rambling, horizontally oriented Contemporary Ranch buildings on curvilinear streets, Woodland Hills' Woodland West neighborhood was completed in 1964 and remains a wonderfully intact postwar neighborhood.