The Spirit of the West in “California Constructor” Magazine, 1 March 1928

by Paul R. Spitzzeri The extended economic boom in greater Los Angeles during the 1920s included the migration of hundreds of thousands of people to the region and one of the biggest consequences of that phenomenon was the building of houses, commercial structures, schools, roads, bridges, and other general elements of infrastructure. For these first... Continue Reading →

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