Title supplied by cataloger. The headquarters for the Pacific Federal Savings and Loan Association, originally known as the First Federal Savings & Loan Building, was built in 1959 and demolished in 1998. The site became the Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex in 2001. Looking northwest across Hollywood Boulevard revealing structures from west of Highland Avenue (left) to McCadden Place (right, out of frame), December 1980. From left to right, Mann's Chinese Theatre, the 12-story office building serving as the headquarters of Pacific Federal Savings and Loan Association, the historic Hollywood First National Bank Building, the Hollywood Wax Museum, a 2-story commercial building, and a multi-story office building. Yellow ribbons have been placed on the trees along the boulevard in honor of the Iran Hostage Crisis.
1 slide : color ; 5x5 cm. Photographic color slides
Chinese Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.) Pacific Federal Savings and Loan Association Iran Hostage Crisis, 1979-1981 First National Bank of Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Hollywood Wax Museum (Los Angeles, Calif.) Gothic revival (Architecture) Restaurants Architecture--Chinese influences Renaissance revival (Architecture) Awnings Diamond Jim's Restaurants Hollywood Walk of Fame Stores & shops Storefronts Motion picture theaters Trees Waxworks Street lights Streets Flags Signs and signboards Automobiles Commercial buildings Office buildings Ribbons--Symbolic aspects Bank buildings Sidewalks Lost architecture Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments Central business districts Hollywood Boulevard (Los Angeles, Calif.) Highland Avenue (Los Angeles, Calif.) Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Meyer & Holler