In Photos: Unique Architecture From the Past

Mailbox, Los Angeles, 1917.

‘California’s position as a magnet for nonconformist beliefs further enhanced the construction of buildings in Hollywood.’ – Jim Heimann

The Cream Can, Los Angeles, California, 1928.

‘The Hollywood connection, the sprawling geography, and the culture of the automobile propelled this architectural type to prosper and flourish there— making California a bit more crazy than the rest of the world.’ – Jim Heimann


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