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The Bryson Block on the northwest corner of 2nd and Spring Streets. A maze of trolley car wires is in the foreground. The block was commissioned by John Bryson, Sr., Los Angeles mayor, and George H. Bonebrake, banker. The building was six stories plus a basement and contained a lodgeroom on the sixth floor. There was a court in the center of the building. The architects were Joseph Carter Newsom and Samuel Newsom and the building was completed ca. 1888.
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00019231 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection L.A.-Buildings-Bryson Block.; A-001-464.3 4x5 CARL0000023154 http://184.108.40.206/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/88865
Commercial buildings--California--Los Angeles Commercial strips--California--Los Angeles Street-railroads--Wires and wiring Newsom, Joseph C Newsom, Samuel Spring Street (Los Angeles, Calif.)