Used in the Exhibit: Play by Play - A Century of L.A. Sports Photography, 1899-1989. This Olympic Village, made up of several hundred buildings, including post and telegraph offices, an amphitheater, a hospital, a fire department, and a bank, operated from July 30 until August 14, 1932. Each residence had two bedrooms, two closets, and a shower bath. For $2 per day, a male athlete had shelter and could dine at central dining rooms, where dishes from every participating nation were offered. After the games, the cabins were dismantled and sold off to individuals, who converted them into guest homes, as well as mountain cabins and beach cottages for use throughout Southern California. Female olympians were housed across town at the Chapman Park Hotel on Wilshire Boulevard. The Olympic Village for the male olympic athletes in Baldwin Hills, being dismantled after the Games. The cottages were sold and reconstructed elsewhere. Photograph dated August 19, 1932.