Broadway Revisited — Part 2

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Here’s a better look at the courthouse at Temple and Broadway, where Wednesday’s photo of Broadway was probably taken. In what I call “seismic Darwinism,” the courthouse was demolished after being damaged in the Long Beach quake. The Hall of Records was torn down in 1973 to make way for the Criminal Courts Building and completion of a Civic Center Mall, The Times said.

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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2 Responses to Broadway Revisited — Part 2

  1. CatM says:

    I think the Natural History Museum has the Courthouse Clockface in its Los Angeles room.

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