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Video of Avalon Ball 2012
Video of Casino Modern 2012
Good news for the original Woolworth's Department Store at 719 S. Broadway!
Firestone Tire Company Building is LA’s newest Landmark.
A video of the tea dance at the 2011 Queen Mary Art Deco Festival
Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1924 Ennis House sold in mid July for $4.5 Million. At 6000 square feet, this is the largest of the four “Textile Block” houses designed by Wright in Los Angeles.
The Art Deco Society of Los Angeles Preservation Committee has developed a Threatened Historic and Cultural Resources List. This list is designed to educate ADSLA members about Art Deco buildings and related cultural resources that we believe are threatened for demolition, or due to poor maintenance, may be subject to damage resulting in demolition or cause significant irreversible negative impacts.
We will be updating the list periodically as more threatened resources are discovered or the resources listed have been stabilized.
The Board of the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles is proud to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our volunteers at 2011’s many diverse events.