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Project Restore Gala, Los Angeles City Hall
Alternative Title
Los Angeles Photographers Photo Collection;
Leonard, Gary
Date Created and/or Issued
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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View of Los Angeles City Hall. Photograph shows the main entrance on Spring Street, where a gigantic American flag can be seen hanging from the tower, and several smaller American flags are positioned over the archways. A red carpet has been draped across the width of the street ending at the base of the stairs, possibly for the "Project Restore Gala" event scheduled for later that evening. Several police officers are scattered throughout the steps. The building was completed in 1928. Associated architects were Austin, Parkinson, Parkinson and Martin. Photo dated: April 30, 2002.
1 photograph :color
Photographic prints
Gary Leonard Collection; Los Angeles Photographers Collection;
Los Angeles City Hall (Los Angeles, Calif.)
City halls--California--Los Angeles
Public buildings--California--Los Angeles
Police--California--Los Angeles
Flags--California--Los Angeles
Gary Leonard Collection photographs
Austin, John C. W.(John Corneby Wilson),1870-1963
Parkinson, John,1861-1935
Parkinson, Donald B.(Donald Berthold),1895-1945
Martin, Albert C.,1879-1960

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