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1920s

Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Hattie McDaniel Residence

Sugar Hill resident Hattie McDaniel, who identified as a bisexual woman, was the first African American to win an Academy Award.
Hilton Checkers
Photo by Johnathan Clover, www.cloverleafimages.com

Hilton Checkers

Built on a lot only sixty feet wide and 160 feet deep, the Mayflower Hotel's exterior is Spanish in style while the interior leans more toward "Pilgrim Revival."
Holly Hill Terrace Residence 
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Holly Hill Terrace Residence 

Located in one of Hollywood's most historic residential neighborhoods, plans for the development included height restrictions to guarantee that every home retained a view of the city below.
Photo courtesy M2A Milofsky Michali & Cox Architects

Hollywood Bungalow Courts

These four historic bungalow courts exemplify the type of housing that largely characterized residential development in Hollywood during the early twentieth century.
Photo by Ryan Tanaka

Hotel Normandie

A dedicated owner rebuffed lucrative redevelopment bids for this historic hotel, essentially crowdsourcing a careful restoration and catalytic investment in the neighborhood.
Photo by Larry Underhill

IHOP

Welton Becket and Associates donated its office space in this building for the first Matisse exhibition in L.A.
Photo by Trudi Sandmeier

Isherwood-Bachardy Residence

Renowned author Christopher Isherwood lived here with his partner Don Bachardy for the last thirty years of his life.

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