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Hall of Records demolition
Alternative Title
Los Angeles Photographers Photo Collection;
Harris, L. Mildred
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Constructed between 1909 and 1911 to the cost of over a million dollars, the 12-story Hall of Records at 220 N. Broadway was completely demolished by September 1973.
The demolition of the Hall of Records well underway on March 22, 1973. The Criminal Courts Building, later renamed Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, is present on the left.
1 slide :color ;5 x 5 cm.
Photographic color slides
L. Mildred Harris Slide Collection; Los Angeles Photographers Collection;
Los Angeles County Hall of Records (Los Angeles, Calif. : 1911-1962)
Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Demolition--California--Los Angeles
Cranes, derricks, etc.--California--Los Angeles
Courthouses--California--Los Angeles
Civic centers--California--Los Angeles
Public buildings--California--Los Angeles
Office buildings--California--Los Angeles
Trees--California--Los Angeles
Lawns--California--Los Angeles
Flags--California--Los Angeles
Lost architecture--California--Los Angeles
Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Adrian Wilson and Associates
Time Period

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