Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. The Highland Park Police Station is an institutional Renaissance Revival style building located at 6045 York Blvd. and is the city's oldest surviving police station. Built from 1925-1926, the station opened in April 1926. Closed in 1983, the station has been designated as a Historic Cultural Monument and listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is operated as the Los Angeles Police Museum (2012). This photograph appears with other photos and the title, “New Highland Park Police Station Formally Opened Yesterday.” 22 Apr. 1926: A12. The related article is, "New Police Station Opens, City Officials Have Banquet in Highland Park, After Which Children go to Offiders' Party." LosAngeles Times 22 Apr. 1926: A15. Text from negative sleeve: California, Highland Park, Police Dept. Handwritten on negative: Highland Park Police Station Text from newspaper caption: The new station.
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Legal Renaissance revival (Architecture)--California--Los Angeles Historic buildings--California--Los Angeles Police stations--California--Los Angeles Government Los Angeles (Calif.). Police Dept Highland Park Police Station (Los Angeles, Calif.)