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Old Posted Jun 18, 2011, 1:42 AM
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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality View Post
The label for this is '2nd St. hill'.


Nice view of Los Angeles's first Jewish synagogue there on Broadway! (The church-like building just left of center.)

Here's a ground-level view:

USC Digital Library

And a map showing its location on Fort Street (now Broadway). For years the synagogue was right next door to City Hall:

I think I got this from Beaudry. Don't really recall...

You can just see the corner of the synagogue at far left in this 1888 view of the brand new City Hall:

USC Digital Library


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