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Mandarin Market, exterior
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Architect Henry L. Gogerty designed the 1929 Mandarin Market, a Chinese-style drive-in market located at 1234-1248 Vine Street, in Hollywood. The complex included a Texaco service kiosk, the Mandarin Bakery, a full meat and produce market, and a restaurant. This building later became the Hollywood Ranch Market and was demolished after a fire in 1981 for a 1984 mini mall.
Exterior view of Mandarin Market, a Chinese-style drive-in market located at 1234-1248 Vine Street, between Fountain and La Mirada, in Hollywood. The market was built in 1928-1929. A Texaco station is part of the complex.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Hollywood-Shops and stores-Grocery stores-Mandarin Market.
Mandarin Market (Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.)
Grocery stores--California--Hollywood (Los Angeles)
Architecture--California--Hollywood (Los Angeles)--Chinese influences
Lost architecture--California--Hollywood (Los Angeles)
Gogerty, M. L
Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Williams, Dino archive. Full rights shared.

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