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1940s

Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Star Theatre

The Star Theatre is notable as the only surviving lamella roof theater designed by master architect S. Charles Lee in Los Angeles County
Photo by Marisela Ramirez/L.A. Conservancy

Tenrikyo Church

Tenrikyo Church is one of a small number of traditionally Japanese churches remaining in Boyle Heights today.
Hercules Campus
Photo courtesy The Ratkovich Company

The Hercules Campus

A visionary adaptive reuse project transformed a languishing industrial complex with a legendary past into a creative media campus, all while preserving the unique character of this important piece of aviation history.
Photo by Michael Locke

Tierman House

A perfect example of a small house that facilitates large lives, Gregory Ain's Tierman House is an austere, warm house with an open central core.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Tischler House

At once part of, and thrusting out from, its steep hilliside lot, this late Schindler design is beloved by its original owner and countless observers alike.
Tom Bergin's. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine / L.A. Conservancy

Tom Bergin's

In operation until March 2018, Tom Bergin's is a significant Los Angeles legacy business, currently facing an uncertain future

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