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The Normal School in 1919 would be absorbed into UCLA and moved to Vermont Avenue, on the present site of L.A. City College. The old Normal School site would be taken by the L.A. Public Library. Hope Street at 6th Street, looking north. On the right is the Bible Institute, later to become the Church of the Open Door. On the left is the Acacia Hotel, on the site where the California Club will be constructed in 1929. Straight ahead, Hope Street is blocked by the State Normal School.
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