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1940s

Herman Miller Showroom
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Herman Miller Showroom

Charles and Ray Eames designed only a small number of buildings, and even fewer were ever built. One of the few remaining is the Herman Miller Showroom on Beverly Boulevard in West Hollywood.
Photo by Trudi Sandmeier

Highways Performance Space

Highways Performance Space provided artists and activists with a collaborative space at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Photo courtesy Sculpture Conservation Studio

History of Transportation

This WPA mural, once covered in cracks and graffiti, was painstakingly restored, earning a Conservancy Preservation Award in 2008.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Hollywood Palladium

Hollywood wouldn't be what it is today without the Palladium, a popular venue for dance, live music, and special events since 1940.
Photo by Lauren Everett/L.A. Conservancy staff.

Japanese American Commercial Village Buildings

This row of modest commercial buildings is the last vestige of a Japanese fishing village and commercial district that thrived on Terminal Island before World War II.

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