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Long Beach

Long Beach is the fifth largest city in California. It has seen many transformations since 1888, the year it was incorporated.

From its early days as a beach-side retreat, to it's current standing as one of the most urban cities in the Western US, Long Beach has been tirelessly reinventing itself.

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Unknown Apartment Building12destroyed(1)
Pacific Coast Club10destroyed(1)
Heartwell Building12destroyed(1)
Jergens Trust Building10destroyed(4)
Omar H. Hubbard Building11destroyed(1)
Barker Brothers Building10destroyed(1)
Wise Building9destroyed(1)
Buffum's Department Store9destroyed(1)
The Hotel Virginia8destroyed(1)
Municipal Auditorium8destroyed(1)
1934 City Hall8destroyed(1)
1927 City Hall8destroyed(1)
The Hotel Alexander7destroyed(1)
The Long Beach Hotel5destroyed(1)
National Bank of Long Beach5destroyed(1)