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1970s

Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Security Pacific National Bank

The Security Pacific National Bank building by Jim Tyler of Craig Elwood Associates embodies the Corporate International style with a reinforced concrete frame clad in bronze anodized aluminum and curtain walls of bronze-tinted glass.
Photo by Marisela Ramirez/L.A. Conservancy

Silver Dollar Bar and Café

The death of Ruben Salazar at the Silver Dollar marked a turning point in the Chicano civil rights movement.
Sunset Car Wash
Photo by Devri Richmond

Sunset Car Wash

This Sunset Boulevard gem is a low concrete monument to Late Modern architecture, with a tip of the hat to Brutalism.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine / L.A. Conservancy

The Factory

The 1929 Factory building embodies a number of significant historical patterns in West Hollywood, from the development of the entertainment industry to the rise of nightlife visibly catering to the gay community.

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