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Residence of John McGroarty
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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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This Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument is located at 7570 McGroarty Terrace. Known as McGroarty Arts Center, which was managed by the Department of Recreation and Parks from 1953 until 1974, when management was transferred to the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles. Over twenty years later, McGroarty Arts Center was privatized and has since been operated by a non-profit organization in partnership with the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.
Another exterior view of a stone house in Tujunga which is the residence of John Steven McGroarty in a country setting of hills, trees and bushes. McGroarty was famous as an author, poet, congressman and mayor.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Tujunga-Residences-McGroarty, John Steven.; A-009-776 4x5
McGroarty, John Steven,--1862-1944--Homes and haunts
McGroarty Arts Center (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Dwellings--California--Tujunga (Los Angeles)
Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments
Tujunga (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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