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1960s

Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Pan American Bank

Providing much-needed financial services to its residents, this Modern pillar of East Los Angeles' Mexican American community was designed to complement the forward-looking philosophy of its founder.
Photo by Laura Dominguez/L.A. Conservancy

Paramount Pictures

Paramount Pictures reveals the evolution of Hollywood film studios in the twentieth century and is home to a rich collection of historic buildings.
Paul's Kitchen in 2019. Photo by M. Rosalind Sagara/L.A. Conservancy.

Paul's Kitchen

Paul's Kitchen is one of the oldest continuously operating Chinese restaurants in Los Angeles.
Photo by Hernan Hernandez

Platform Houses

Oakfield Drive in Sherman Oaks contains seventeen unusual Mid-Century Modern homes known as the Platform Houses, for obvious reasons: they are built on massive platforms that cantilever out over the edge of a steep slope, looking down onto the valley below.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Pomona Civic Center

Designed by architect Welton Becket & Associates, Pomona's New Formalist Civic Center includes the City Hall, Council Chambers, Public Library, Police Department, Superior Court, and Public Health buildings.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Ray Vines Chrysler

With its complex “flying V” roofline, the Ray Vines Chrysler building at the corner of Willow Street and Lakewood Boulevard is unquestionably eye-catching.

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