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1960s

Photo by Larry Underhill

Sinai Temple

Sinai Temple is a magnificent statement in Expressionist design by architect Sidney Eisenshtat, a graduate of USC’s School of Architecture and student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Sister Mary Corita Studio in the mid-1960s, courtesy of the Corita Art Center..

Sister Mary Corita Studio

From 1960-1968, Sister Mary Corita Kent used this building as her studio and classroom where she made some of her most recognizable works, hosted creative leaders, and influenced a generation of young artists.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Spanner Residence

Completed in 1968, this two-story Rex Lotery-designed house is more explicitly vertical than many Modern designs, adapting to a comparatively small lot on a sloping hillside with an irregular plan and multiple levels.
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.
Stone Canyon Residence
Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

Stone Canyon Residence

This home is a wonderful example of Richard Dorman’s work that reflects strong Mid-Century Modern design principles.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Super A Foods Market

Mid-century grocery markets like this one are becoming increasingly rare.

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