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Inglewood City Hall, groundbreaking
Date Created and/or Issued
1971 January
Publication Information
Inglewood Public Library
Contributing Institution
Inglewood Public Library
Collection of Inglewood Local History Photographs
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Photograph of City Hall Groundbreaking taken on January 12, 1971. In center of image is Grevillea Park, west of park is Crozier Jr. High School. City Council met outdoors in the rain for a first meeting on the site of the new City Hall. Groundbreaking followed.
1 black and white photographic print; 4 x 4 inches
City & town halls--California--Inglewood
City council members--California--Inglewood
Ground breaking ceremonies--California--Inglewood
City Hall (Inglewood, Calif.)
Crozier Middle School (Inglewood, Calif.)
Inglewood (Calif.)

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