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Original See's Candies building may win historic designation

February 5, 2009 |  6:58 pm

Sees_candyShe showed up at City Hall with boxes of See’s candy to hand out, although that wasn’t why Charlene Nichols was treated Thursday like a milk chocolate cordial.

Los Angeles Cultural Heritage commissioners politely turned down her samples of milk almond, vanilla buttercream and maple walnut candies but agreed to consider her recommendation that the original See’s chocolate factory be designated a city historic-cultural landmark.

The two-story structure at 135 N. Western Ave. hasn’t been the site of a candy box assembly line for decades, but Nichols urged that it be recognized as the birthplace of Charles Alexander See’s confectionery dynasty.

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Photo credit: See's

Correction: An earlier version of this post said the commission had agreed to the designation, rather than agreeing to consider it.

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