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Image / Los Angeles Times building construction, 2nd and Spring, Los Angeles. July, 1947

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Title
Los Angeles Times building construction, 2nd and Spring, Los Angeles. July, 1947
Creator
Dick Whittington Studio
Contributor
Walker, P.J., client
Crawford, Rowland H., architect
Date Created and/or Issued
1947-07
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
Photographs
Rights Information
For information on using Huntington Library materials, please see Reproductions of Huntington Library Holdings: https://www.huntington.org/library-rights-permissions
Description
An elevated view of construction on a new Los Angeles Times building at the corner of 2nd and Spring in Los Angeles. The building is a steel frame, about six stories, with cranes mounted on the top. A sign at the corner of the construction site reads "P.J. Walker Company Builders". Trucks are parked on the street next to the site with building supplies. The older L.A. Times buildings are on the right. Information about the building construction is on the bottom right corner.
Type
Image
Format
image/tiff
Extent
1 negative. 10 x 8 in (25 x 20 cm)
Identifier
photCL Whitt 1227
223969
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll2/id/3907
Subject
Los Angeles Times (Firm)--Buildings--Photographs
Building construction--California--Los Angeles. (lctgm)
Trucks--Photographs
Negatives. (aat)
Prints (visual works) (aat)
Place
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Source
Photographs, Huntington Digital Library

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