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ANSWER: The impressive structure in the photo is the Mary Andrews Clark Memorial, a residence for working girls at 306 Loma Drive, at the corner of W 3rd St. Remember? It was built as a "living memorial" to his mother by Sen. Clark, the Montana "copper king." Declared Historic-Cultural Monument #158 by the City of Los Angeles in 1976. KNOW YOUR CITY, NO.7 -- A man's home may be his castle. But no men in this castle. Just for a stopper, this place of stone was built with copper. Strangely enough, those who live here worry about pay checks. Answer on Page 34, Part ll.
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Landmarks Historic buildings--California--Los Angeles County Boardinghouses--California--Los Angeles Young Women's Christian Association (Los Angeles, Calif.)