Title supplied by cataloger. The Willmore was a luxury residential hotel built in 1925 in the Italian Renaissance style. The L-shaped tower contained one- and two-room apartments with kitchens and a penthouse. A solarium occupied the eleventh floor. It was converted into condomiums in 1952. It is Long Beach Historic Landmark no. 16.52.260. An aerial view of a commercial district in Long Beach and its surrounding area. The tall building, center, is the Willmore Building at 315 West Third Street. In front of the Willmore is a church whose bell tower has contrasting stonework on the top. A construction fence, lower left, surrounds a deep pit. Oil storage tanks are barely discernible in the distance.
1 photographic print :b&w ;15 x 24 cm. on board 18 x 27 cm. Photographic prints