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Beverly Hills Hotel and park
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Two years before Beverly Hills became an incorporated city, the Beverly Hills Hotel opened on May 12, 1912; the hotel initially included the main building and twenty-three separate bungalows in the Mediterranean Revival style, designed by Elmer Grey. In the 1940s, a new wing was added to the east side of the main building. Eighty years after it opened, the hotel closed for two and a half years for a complete restoration. The hotel was named the first historic landmark in Beverly Hills on September 12, 2012.
View of the newly Will Rogers Memorial Park (then called Sunset Park) in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, located at 9641 West Sunset Boulevard.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
Beverly Hills-Hotels-Beverly Hills Hotel.; N-001-437 8x10
Beverly Hills Hotel
Hotels--California--Beverly Hills
Lawns--California--Beverly Hills
Walkways--California--Beverly Hills
Palms--California--Beverly Hills
Lampposts--California--Beverly Hills
Electric railroads--Cars--California--Beverly Hills
Street-railroads--California--Beverly Hills
Parks--California--Beverly Hills
Dwelling--California--Beverly Hills
Mountains--California, Southern
Grey, Elmer,1871-1963
Will Rogers Memorial Park (Beverly Hills, Calif.)
Santa Monica Mountains (Calif.)
Beverly Hills (Calif.)

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