Up in the Valley there’s an indication as to how we used to live. Low slung structures, lots of open space. Cool shade from the towering trees. This is, of course, a rare, precious, disappearing commodity. In the autumn of 1939 a fellow named P. N. Morgan designed and built a twelve-room, four family residential… Continue reading 10912 West Blix St., No. Hollywood
Over in Mid-City, on Wilshire Boulevard near the corner of Lucas Street, there’s an unassuming Late Moderne commercial structure. It was built in the fall of 1951, of precast concrete construction, designed by the architectural firm of McClellan, MacDonald & Markwith, its principal designer being Jack H. MacDonald. Construction was by Buttress & McClellan. So,… Continue reading 1138 Wilshire Blvd.