1920s | Los Angeles Conservancy

1920s

Photo by Laura Dominguez/L.A. Conservancy

Metropolitan Community Church

The Metropolitan Community Church provided LGBTQ Christians and other religious groups with a safe and inclusive place for worship.
Photo by Jacques Garnier

Miles Playhouse

John Byers designed this playhouse, dedicated to the young men and women of Santa Monica.
Photo by Flora Chou/L.A. Conservancy

Milner Road Residence

Clad in textured stucco and featuring a tiled roof, wrought-iron hardware and grille work, this three-story residence exemplifies the Mediterranean style.
Photo by Kevin Break

North Spring Street Viaduct

Designated as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #900 in 2008, The North Spring Street Viaduct is one of the historic bridges spanning the Los Angeles River.
Photo by Don Holtz

Old Town Music Hall

The State Theatre, originally opened in 1921 as a live performance venue for employees of the nearby Standard Oil Refinery, transformed into the Old Town Music Hall in 1968. Home to a Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ, the theatre specializes in concerts, films from Hollywood’s Golden Age, and silent films accompanied live on the pipe organ.

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