Los Angeles central police station, Los Angeles, circa 1920
- Los Angeles central police station, Los Angeles, circa 1920
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- Los Angeles Times
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
City street with pedestrians, cars and buildings including Los Angeles central police station, which includes the city jail. Sign on building reads: Leonard Freefield Company Printers.
The Central Los Police Station, a Romanesque revival style building faced with rusticated stone, was designed by architect Charles L. Strange, and opened around 1908. Strange was also the architect of the Hotel Green, in Pasadena (1887), and the Superior Court Building in Santa Ana (1900-1901).
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- 10 x 12.5 cm.
- b&w glass negative
- news photographs
Police stations--California--Los Angeles County
City & town life--California--Los Angeles
Jails--California--Los Angeles County
- Los Angeles Central Police Station
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
- Resource type
- still image
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