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So much, too, for the work of Paul Williams, the architect later commissioned to bring a bit of the jet age into this jazz-age building, most notably with its much-filmed midcentury modern coffee shop. If this school follows many of the other L.
Visitors have been drawn to the place for generations, and so it was for Dallas developer Jim Lake. NPR - Historic L.
Art "The Doorman" Nyhagen 1918-2003.
Other Cities. The exterior never had any redeeming qualities, and its original mediocrity has been botched by hideous intrusions of a relatively recent vintage. The hotel served as the stomping grounds for a staggering list of Hollywood legends, heads of state, and what would be an endless list of famous personalities from the 20th Century.
The mastermind of this effort to erect a hypertrophic Rockefeller Center of the West Coast? BBC News "Americans and their past".
Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald who famously burned down one of its bungalows in a marital spat , Albert Einstein, the sequestered Charles Manson jury, and Nikita Khrushchev who received a visit from Mickey Mouse at the hotel in lieu of a much-anticipated trip to Disneyland , as well as — so one often hears — six Academy Awards ceremonies and every U. Academy Award ceremonies IMDb: A Documentary Film.
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An on-site police outpost is planned, intended to help supervise the new mini-city population of juveniles. Objects Also Die: The former centerpiece of the Wilshire corridor and treasure of Los Angeles was left to deteriorate.
Kennedy's moment of victory in the Ambassador Hotel on June 4, 1968, minutes before he would be shot and killed in the hotel's kitchen.