1950s | Los Angeles Conservancy


Sportsmen's Lodge, 2015. Photo by Shane Swerdlow.

Sportsmen's Lodge

A rustic fixture on Ventura Boulevard for more than half a century, the Sportsmen's Lodge embodies the story of the San Fernando Valley.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Star-Kist Tuna Cannery Main Plant

The familiar Star-Kist Company traces its origins to 1918 on Terminal Island and by 1952 held the distinction of being the single-largest cannery in the world.
Third generation StylesVille owner Greg Faucett cuts a customer's hair. Photo by M. Rosalind Sagara/L.A. Conservancy

StylesVille Barbershop & Beauty Salon

Opened in 1957, StylesVille remains the oldest black-owned barbershop in the San Fernando Valley.
Temple Emanuel
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Temple Emanuel

This great example of Modernism in Beverly Hills was first religious building designed by prolific Modern architect Sidney Eisenshtat.