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The sign was first erected in 1923 and originally read "HOLLYWOODLAND". Whitley had already used a sign to advertise his development Whitley Heights, which was located between Highland Avenue and Vine Avenue.Its purpose was to advertise the name of a new housing development in the hills above the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. He suggested to his friend Harry Chandler, the owner of the (1934)^ - Scaffolding covers portions of the emerging Los Angeles Times Building as cranes clamp to the top like stick insects. Hotel stood on the southeast corner of North Main and Market streets since 1863.The Armory Building was designed in 1912 by State Architect J. Woollett for the California National Guard 160th Infantry.In 2003 the California Science Center's Board of Directors voted to rename the historic Armory Building as the Wallis Annenberg Building for Science Learning and Innovation due to contributions toward the renovation and re-invention of the building by architect Thomas Mayne, which reopened in 2004.^ The seven and a half acre Rose Garden, also called Sunken Garden, evolved from the redevelopment of Agricultural Park, and was completed in 1928.In a great wave it swept across to the City Hall, to the Federal Building and to the Hall of Justice and Hall of Records…The day after this event, the Electrical Age Exposition opened at the Pan-Pacific Auditorium for a nine-day run.In 1991, the Exposition Park Rose Garden was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.^ The Pacific Mutual Building, located at 523 W.
(1936)*# - Traffic at San Fernando Road and Fletcher Drive, Glendale.Originally named Agricultural Park in 1876, the 160-acre site was developed and served as an agricultural and horticultural fairground until approximately 1910, at which point it was re-named Exposition Park.On November 6, 1913, Exposition Park was formally dedicated, and became the home to a state Exposition Building and the county Museum of History, Science and Art, later broken up and renamed the Natural History Museum.It was used until the new Times Building was opened in 1935. The Rosslyn Hotel an Annex are on the northwest and southwest corners respectively.The building was torn down in early 1938.**^(1935)^ - A Foster and Kleiser billboard outside of 11 W. The theatre above is the 1st Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, later the Grand Theatre. Several of the legible signs read: United Cigars, "Money to Loan", All-American Lines Bus Depot, Turquoise Room, and Hotel Barclay. The Central Oil Field as seen above is situated just south of the largest producing oil field in the history of the Southland called the Los Angeles Oil Field.