The simple Craftsman style house at 1271 West 35th Street helps tell the important story of architect Paul Revere Williams. Before he was allowed to build a house of his own in his neighborhood of choice, Williams and his family resided in this house for thirty years.
Photo by Jean Frost/West Adams Heritage Association
From 1960-1968, Sister Mary Corita used the 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.
The City of West Hollywood approved the proposed hotel and retail development incorporating the historic Factory building, once the headquarters of Mitchell Camera Company and a pioneering gay discotheque in West Hollywood.
Conservancy Executive Director Linda Dishman speaking at 1993 rally. Photo by Libby Simon/L.A. Conservancy