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Oil Can Harry's

Opened in 1968, Oil Can Harry's is a significant LGBTQ+ country-western bar in Studio City
Otomisan Japanese Restaurant. Photo by Sue Hwang.

Otomisan Japanese Restaurant

This vernacular commercial building is an excellent example of 1920s streetcar commercial development associated with Japanese Americans in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Papa Cristo's
Papa Cristo's. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy.

Papa Cristo's

The family-owned business remains a Pico-Union institution.
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 L.A. Conservancy

Phoenix Bakery

Phoenix Bakery founder F.C. Chan: "No matter what, there is always a need for sweets."
Don Lee Mutual Broadcast Building
Photo by Devri Richmond

Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study

Architecturally self-assured, unmistakably modern, and undeniably Hollywood, upon its completion in 1948 the former Don Lee Mutual Broadcast Building was the then-largest studio built for simultaneous television and radio transmission.