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Old Los Angeles Mansions | Look Back at Vintage Los Angeles: Paul De Longpre -- The King of ...

Updated Ah, the King of Flower Painters, or so it reads in a 1904 article about Paul De Longpre , French artist and Hollywood res.

The Brousseau Mansion in 1960. Shortly before the leveling of Bunker Hill.

The Brousseau Mansion, once located at 238 South Bunker Hill Drive, in (Photographer: Arnold Hylen / California State Library) Bizarre Los Angeles

The Lima apartments, an example of the residential ‘hotels’ of the early 20th century in Bunker Hill, formerly desirable apartment buildings...

The Lima apartments, an example of the residential ‘hotels’ of the early century in Bunker Hill, formerly desirable apartment buildings before the area’s decline.

Steam-powered inspiration - melodysmuse: Victorian Mansions of Eureka, CA : The Carson Mansion is one of the most written about and photographed Victorian houses in California, and perhaps, in the United States. ~ A pity about the canopy… #gothic #steampunk

Steam-powered inspiration - melodysmuse: Victorian Mansions of Eureka, CA : The Carson Mansion is one of the most written about and photographed Victorian houses in California, and perhaps, in the United States. ~ A pity about the canopy…

(1950)* - Exterior of the "Hopecrest," commonly known as the Hildreth Mansion, as seen from across the intersection of Hope and Fourth streets. Numerous stairs lead up to the house, which is surrounded by palms, flowers, shrubs, and trees. 	 By 1954, the Hildreth Mansion was but a beautiful memory, destroyed by the CRA's visions of urban renewal. Today, the 5th tallest building in Los Angeles, Bank of America Plaza (formerly Security Pacific Plaza), is located where the H

The Hopecrest manor at Hill and Streets in (Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection)

Hildreth Mansion - 357 South Hope Street  HildrethII by molly_louvain, via Flickr

- - Exterior view of the ornate Hildreth Mansion, located at 357 S. Hope Street, as seen from across the unpaved street. A stone retaining wall is being built and the steps are not yet in place.

Elmwood Mansion The house is empty now (Emma died in 1970) but the house is still furnished just as it was at the time of her death. Richmond, Kentucky

Elmwood Mansion in Richmond, Kentucky USA, was built in 1887 for William Walker Watts and his wife Mary. Their daughter Emma Watts died in she was the last person to live in the home. The estate is mantained today though a trust set up by Emma.

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