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First Church of Christ, Scientist

First Church of Christ, Scientist

First Church of Christ, Scientist c. 1925 (photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library)

The First Church of Christ Scientist, built 1912, is located in Alvarado Terrace Historic District (Los Angeles), California. (map)

sources: Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments.

additional photos: Floyd B. Bariscale’s Photostream

additional information: Big Orange Landmarks

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Southwest Museum of the American Indian

Southwest Museum of the American Indian

Southwest Museum of the American Indian (photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library)

The Southwest Museum of the American Indian, built 1914, is located in the Mount Washington district (Los Angeles), California. (map)

sources: City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

additional photos: Los Angeles Public Library (photo collection)

additional information: Los Angeles Times, Wikipedia

Colorado Street Bridge (Suicide Bridge)

Colorado Street Bridge

Colorado Street Bridge c. 1939 (photo courtesy of Herald-Examiner Collection)

The Colorado Street Bridge, built 1913, is located in Pasadena (Los Angeles), California. (map)

sources: National Register of Historic Places.

additional photos: Okarol

additional information: Legends of AmericaWikipedia

Eldred Street (the second steepest street in Los Angeles)

Eldred Street

Eldred Street (photo courtesy of Vince Compagnone/LAT)

Eldred Street, built 1912, is located in Mount Washington (Los Angeles), California. (map)

sources: Walking in Los Angeles

additional photos: waltarrrrr’s photostream

additional information: Los Angeles Times, Travelin’ Local

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Lummis House

Lummis House

Lummis House (photo courtesy of the University of California, Los Angeles)

The Lummis House, built 1910, is located in Highland Park (Los Angeles), California. (map)

sources: University of California, Los Angeles.

additional photos: Flickr, Los Angeles Public Library (photo collection)

additional information: Lummis Day, Museum of the Arroyo, The Life and Times of Charles Fletcher Lummis

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