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California State Building in 1930
Alternative Title
Eyre Powell Chamber of Commerce Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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(L-R) At groundbreaking ceremonies for the new California State Building on August 1, 1930: Governor C. C. Young and L.A. Chamber of Commerce President John C. Austin. Austin was the architect. The two are holding an architectural rendering which shows the future building. Building now demolished. Located at Spring and First Streets.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Eyre Powell Chamber of Commerce Collection
N-005-979 4x5
Young, C. C.--(Clement Calhoun)
Austin, John C. W.--(John Corneby Wilson),--1870-1963
California State Building (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Public buildings--California--Los Angeles
Architects--United States
Ground breaking ceremonies--California--Los Angeles

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