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Title
Daniel Freeman Mansion, pre-demolition, Inglewood, California
Creator
Unknown
Date Created and/or Issued
1971 March
Publication Information
Inglewood Public Library
Contributing Institution
Inglewood Public Library
Collection
Collection of Inglewood Local History Photographs
Rights Information
Unknown
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Description
Photographic slide of Daniel Freeman Mansion prior to demolition. The three-story mansion was built in 1887. Daniel Freeman Hospital (located on the Freeman Estate) needed the site for other purposes. Against opposition, the mansion was torn down in 1972.
Type
image
Format
1 color 35mm slide
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt609nd53v
cing_150
Language
English
Subject
Mansions--California--Inglewood
Architecture--California--Inglewood
Freeman, Daniel, 1837-1918
Place
Inglewood (Calif.)

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