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Eligible For National Register

Photo by Jessica Hodgdon/L.A. Conservancy

Lankershim Depot

Closed for more than thirty years, one of the San Fernando Valley’s oldest buildings gained new life as a coffee shop.
Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Lerner's

Part of the National Register-listed Broadway Theatre and Commercial Historic District, this building was originally a women's clothing store.
Photo courtesy Calvin Fleming on Flickr

MacArthur Park

This park near downtown went from a mudhole, to a tony recreation spot, to a vibrant place of music, art, and community.
McDonald's Hamburgers
Photo from Conservancy archives

McDonald's Hamburgers

A Googie-style building designed to reveal the restaurant's innovative food preparation techniques, it is the oldest surviving McDonald's restaurant still in operation.
Metro 417
Photo by Floyd Bariscale

Metro 417

Designed in the Beaux Arts style with Italian Renaissance ornamentation, this 1926 building has dual entrances, one to the offices above, and one to a concourse that served the city's early subway.
Michael White Adobe
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Michael White Adobe

One of only thirty-nine nineteenth-century adobes remaining in Los Angeles County, constructed circa 1845 when California was under Mexican rule.

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