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Title supplied by cataloger. A section of the Great Wall Mural project titled: Jewish arts & science; Indian assimilation; Asian gain citizenship & property. The murals are along the Tujunga Wash Flood Control Channel in North Hollywood and depict the history of Los Angeles. It is a project of SPARC, Social and Public Arts Resource Center, a non-profit organization. The murals extend a half-mile and are 13 1/2 feet high. Photograph caption reads: "The sweeping panorama of the Great Wall of Los Angeles tells the California saga of struggle and survival, of peace and promise and of harmony and hope". Photograph dated: July 26, 1984.
1 photographic print :b&w ;17 x 35 cm. Photographic prints
Public art--California--Los Angeles Urban beautification--California--Los Angeles Flood control channels--California--Los Angeles Murals--California--Los Angeles North Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Los Angeles Herald-Examiner photographs Herald-Examiner Collection photographs