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Nuestro Pueblo


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These Nuestro Pueblo columns are genuine treasures. I'm particularly grateful for this one. Years ago, I obtained a vintage postcard of the 1909-10 post office/federal building, and looking back now, I realize that single object was the ultimate beginning of my fascination with old Los Angeles. As you might guess, then, I am truly appreciative of your blog! I read it every day, and more often than not, I learn something new and interesting about historical L.A. I was especially thankful for your series on Spring Street. Spring, Broadway and Temple Square are my personal obsessions of late, and you've contributed greatly to my knowledge of these long-lost centers of civic culture. Thank you so much for all your efforts here!

The grand "Million Dollar Post Office" on Temple Square was opened to the public 100 years ago today...


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