|Title||Los Angeles City Hall|
|Description||Los Angeles City Hall entrance festooned with Christmas decorations. It was the tallest building in Los Angeles, by law, until the 1950s. This Goodhue-esque structure has a steel frame covered in granite-like terra cotta on California granite base with classical detailing at the base (Greek main entrance and Romanesque arcades); its Moderne campanile-like tower was influenced by Ziggurat construction. It was designed by associated architects Austin, Parkinson and Martin, and is located at 200 N. Spring Street, on the southeast corner of S. Spring and W. Temple streets in Downtown's L.A. Civic Center.|
|Place||Downtown; Los Angeles|
|Collection||Los Angeles City Archives Department of Engineering Historical Photos|
|Provenance||City of Los Angeles Engineering Department|
|Cataloged by||Sklar, Anna|
|Copyright||Los Angeles City Archives, City Clerk|
|Photographer||City of Los Angeles Engineering Staff|
Los Angeles City Hall (Los Angeles, Calif.).
City halls California Los Angeles.
Public buildings California Los Angeles.