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Finding Aid of the Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project records

Finding aid prepared by Katie Richardson and Janeal Speight, August 2010

The processing of this collection and the creation of this finding aid was funded by the generous support of the Council on Library and Information Resources.

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project.
Title
Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project records
Collection no.
0226
Date [inclusive]
1938-1997
Extent
46.0 Linear feet, 26 boxes plus oversize material
Language
English
Abstract
The collection spans from 1938 to 1997 and consists of items related to the redevelopment of Bunker Hill: legal documents, reports, studies, brochures, proposals, serials, books, photographs, design proposals, and Community Redevelopment Agency studies.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project records, Collection no. 0226, Regional History Collections, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Historical Note

The Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project began in 1955 when the city of Los Angeles decided to modernize the downtown area by building skyscrapers and giving it a more sophisticated look. Spearheaded by the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, California, and its principal downtown planner, Yukio Kawaratani, Bunker Hill was transformed and eventually became synonymous with downtown L.A. Its long-standing history can be separated into seven distinct periods:

I. "The Rise of Bunker Hill" occurred in the twenty years before and after the turn of the century and was characterized by the construction of Victorian mansions, hotels, and commercial real estate.

II. "The Decline of Bunker Hill" extended throughout the 1920s, 30s, and 40s as new construction projects were discouraged by the "Hill" residents. As a result, Bunker Hill was passed by, while other construction projects were completed in the downtown area.

III. "The Studies and Planning" period started after World War II. Encouraged by the California Community Redevelopment Law and Federal Housing Acts of 1946 and 1949, a redevelopment plan was finally adopted for Bunker Hill in 1959.

IV. "The Start of Implementation" of the redevelopment process took place in the 1960s. Acquisition, relocation, and site clearance occurred during the first five years, followed by the construction of the first four new developments and a new street system.

V. "The Signing Years" of the 1970s resulted in as many as 14 agreements for office, hotel, and housing development projects, of which five were constructed within the decade. Transportation measures to handle future traffic concerns were also pursued.

VI. "The Building Boom" of the 1980s saw an explosion of over a dozen office, residential and hotel projects constructed particularly on the hilltop. Bunker Hill redevelopment funds also helped to facilitate the construction of thousands of low and moderate income housing units throughout the city.

VII. "The Recession" of the 1990s halted the construction of many office buildings. Fortunately, one hotel and an apartment building still underwent construction and the historic Angel's Flight Railway was restored.

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Scope and Content

The collection consists of items related to the redevelopment of Bunker Hill: legal documents, reports, studies, brochures, proposals, serials, books, photographs, design proposals, and Community Redevelopment Agency studies. Also found within the collection are planning documents and other related materials concerning surrounding downtown areas: Central City East, South Park, Financial District, Historic Core (including the Broadway Corridor), Seventh Street Retail Development, and various housing, tourism, retail, and transportation reports.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
August 2010
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

The collection contains published articles; researchers are reminded of the copyright restrictions imposed by publishers on reusing their articles and parts of books. It is the responsibility of researchers to acquire permission from publishers when reusing such materials. The copyright to unpublished materials belongs to the heirs of the writers. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Acquisition

The Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project was given to the University of Southern California, in 1999 by Yukio Kawaratani, the principal downtown planner for the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, California.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project. -- Archives
  • Central Business District Redevelopment Project (Los Angeles, Calif.). -- Archives

Genre(s)

  • Brochures
  • Legal documents
  • Photographs
  • Reports

Geographic Name(s)

  • Bunker Hill (Los Angeles, Calif.)-Archives

Personal Name(s)

  • Kawaratani, Yukio

Subject(s)

  • City planning--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources
  • City planning--California--Los Angeles--History--20th century--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Subject Files 1938-1997 

Arrangement

Original order was kept when filing the materials. The parcel number/letter was assigned by the Community Redevelopment Agency to help keep track of a particular site or building within the Bunker Hill area.

Box Folder

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project - Contract for Sale of Land for Private Development Parcels A, E-3, E-4, L & M - by and between the Community Redevelopment Agency and Shapell Government Housing, Inc. and Goldrich & Kest Inc. a joint venture 1978 January 30 

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development approximately 800 apt units on 5 sites totaling 13.67 acres.

1 1

 Housing Development Opportunity - Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L & M 1976 November 5 

Scope and Contents note

Announcement of development, 23 pages plus site maps.

1 2

 Noise Assessment Proposed Condominium Development on Parcel A of the Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project, City of Los Angeles prepared by J.J. Van Houten & Associates- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L & M 1982 August 27 

Scope and Contents note

Project #1172-82, 44 pages.

1 3

 Kamnitzer Cotton Vreeland- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L & M 1975 

Scope and Contents note

Architects for Promenade Towers includes a book showing their projects.

1 4

 Promenade Towers: A City within a City- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L & M undated 

Scope and Contents note

Leasing brochure with floor plans.

1 5

 Participation/Development Agreement with Fidelity Group Inc. 1976 July 19 

1 6

 Bunker Hill: Parcel C- A Luxury Hotel prepared by Ridgway Development Ltd. 1974 January 22 

Scope and Contents note

Development proposal (synopsis of previous work).

1 7

 Reuse Appraisal Update, Parcel C, Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project prepared by Property Evaluation Services 1976 December 20 

Scope and Contents note

Results of field inspection, data research, and appraisal analyses.

1 8

 Report of Potential Market Demand and Statement of Estimated Annual Operating Results for a Proposed Hotel on Parcel C in Bunker Hill Redevelopment Area of Los Angeles prepared by the Harris, Kerr, Forster and Co (CPAs) for the Americana Hotels and MAT Associates 1977 March 2 

Scope and Contents note

Report on site location, economic environment, rooms supply and demand, etc.

1 9

 Bunker Hill Hotel - Parcel C prepared by MAT Associates Developers Archisystems, Architects and Engineers 1977 May 

Scope and Contents note

Preliminary designs.

1 10

 The Sheraton Grande Hotel Los Angeles- Parcel C 1982 August 

Scope and Contents note

Hotel advertising brochure and conference facilities guide.

1 11

 Maxwell Starkman AIA and Associates- Parcel C 1979 December 7 

Scope and Contents note

Architectural projects and company profile (loose leaf).

1 12

 Bunker Hill Square prepared by the Connecticut General Life and Galbreath-Ruffin Corporation- Parcel D 1965 

Scope and Contents note

Office leasing brochures: 2 large and 1 small.

1 13

 The Promenade prepared by Shapell Government Housing and Goldrich Kest- Parcel E-3 and E-4 1981 January 1 

Scope and Contents note

Sales/leasing brochure.

1 14

 The Promenade West prepared by Shapell Government Housing and Goldrich Kest- Parcel E-3 and E-4 undated 

Scope and Contents note

121 S Hope, Sales/leasing brochure.

1 15

 Feasibility Analysis: Parking Structure - Retail Complex (Disposition Parcel F) prepared by the Development Research Associates 1965 January 11 

1 16

 Bunker Hill Development Information - Parcel F prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1969 February 

Scope and Contents note

Development offering package.

1 17

 Bunker Hill Center prepared by the Boise Cascade Urban Development- Parcel F 1971 March 

Scope and Contents note

Development proposal package.

1 18

 Los Angeles World Trade Center - The Focal Point of Pacific Basin Trade by the LA World Trade Center- Parcel F undated 

Scope and Contents note

Office and retail leasing brochure, 5 pp.

1 19

 Unicon Update: A Pictorial Review of Recent Projects of Unicon Parking Structures Inc. prepared by Unicon Parking Structures- Parcel F 1976 April 

Scope and Contents note

Advertising brochure with Trade Center on cover.

1 20

 Bunker Hill Hotel prepared by John Portman and Associates- Parcel G undated 

Scope and Contents note

Bound photos of models and plans for Bonaventure Hotel.

1 21

 For Los Angeles A Great New Western International Hotel prepared by Western International Hotels- Parcel G undated 

Scope and Contents note

Promotional brochure with photos of model and sketches.

1 22

 Los Angeles Bonaventure Meeting and Convention Planner prepared by Western International Hotels- Parcel G undated 

Scope and Contents note

Promotional brochure with floor layouts and room sizes.

1 23

 Westin Bonaventure prepared by the Los Angeles Bonaventure Company- Parcel G 1985 September 4 

Scope and Contents note

Press kit w/photos, announcement of Flower St entrance.

1 24

 Los Angeles Bonaventure Hotel - Public Area Artwork prepared by John Portman and Associates- Parcel G undated 

Scope and Contents note

Notebook binder of locations and types of artwork.

1 25

 John Portman and Associates/Portman Properties by John Portman and Associates- Parcel G undated 

Scope and Contents note

Color photo catalog of their projects.

1 26

 Security Pacific National Bank: Press Material by the Security Pacific National Bank- Parcel I 1971 May 

Scope and Contents note

Ground breaking ceremonies.

1 27

 Consent to Assignment and Association prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel J-1 1978 June 27 

1 28

 Proposed fine art works for parcel J-1 undated 

Scope and Content

5 8"x10" photos

1 29

 A Public Park Concept for the Roof Deck of the Atlantic Richfield Plaza Parking Garage prepared by Charles Kober and Associates- Parcel J-2 1978 March 

General note

J-2

1 30

 YMCA press kit prepared by the YMCA Central City Development Committee- Parcel J-2 1982 

Scope and Content

Press kit for proposed downtown YMCA.

1 31

 Stuart M. Ketchum - Downtown YMCA by YMCA of Metropoitan LA- Parcel J-2 1986 

General note

J-2

Scope and Contents note

Chronicle of Downtown YMCA.

1 32

 Annual Program Report prepared by Stuart M. Ketcham - Downtown YMCA- Parcel J-2 1987 October 

General note

J-2

1 33

 Request for Development Proposals - First Street Properties, Downtown LA, Corporate Office Tower prepared by LA County- Parcel K, Q and W-2 1988 March 4 

Scope and Contents note

Development offering packet in color, for portion of Parcel Q.

1 34

 Draft Environmental Impact Report prepared for the County of Los Angeles and the Community Redevelopment Agency by Michael Brandman Associates- Parcel K, Q and W-2 1990 May 

1 35-36

 Proposed Eighth Implementation Agreement to Contract for Sale of Land for Private Redevelopment of Parcel L and M between Central Redevelopment Agency and Grand Promenade, LTD- Parcel l and M 1985 December 

Scope and Contents note

Updates original agreement for BH Parcels A, E-3, E-4, L and M signed in 1978.

1-2 37, 1

 Parcel L Condominiums by Kamnitzer Cotton Vreeland 1982 January 29 

Scope and Contents note

Notebook of 8x10 photos of design model.

2 2

 Slick System Pays Off in Productivity by Karl P. KellerK- Parcel P-2 1983 April 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from publication: Building Design and Construction about 400 S Hope project.

2 3

 Feasibility Study - Elderly High-Rise Complex Bunker Hill Market Area prepared by Walker and Lee Real Estate Research and Consulting 1975 November 5 

Scope and Contents note

Market feasibility study for Parcels X and Y.

2 4

 Senior Citizen Housing and Multipurpose Social Service Center prepared by the Bunker Hill Retirement Housing Foundation and Central Redevelopment Agency 1976 October 12 

General note

X-2 (b)

Scope and Contents note

Report to Carla A. Hills of HUD explaining project /seeking support.

2 5

 Bunker Hill Elderly Housing Project prepared by Daniel L. Dworsky, FAIA and Associates undated 

General note

X-2 (b)

Scope and Contents note

24 pages of schematic design studies in color.

2 6

 Executive Summary - Senior Citizen Housing and Multipurpose Social Service Center on Bunker Hill prepared by the Bunker Hill Retirement Housing Foundation 1976 October 12 

General note

X-2 (b)

2 7

 Agreement to Contract for Sale of Land for Private Development - Parcel A Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L & M 1983 April 12 

Scope and Contents note

Promenade Towers 123 S Figueroa.

2 8

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project - Contract for Sale of Land for Private Development Parcel B by and between Central RA and Fidelity Group, Inc.- Parcel B 1976 April 

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: low to medium-rise office development of about 222,000 sq ft of floor area.

2 9

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project - Parcel C - by and between CRA and MAT Associates, a limited partnership- 1977 October 24 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: hotel complex of 500 rooms.

2 10

 Disposition and Development Agreement between CRA and Connecticut General Life Insurance Co for Parcel D 1965 March 

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: approximately 40-story office bldg with about 620,000 sq ft space, located above an elevated plaza.

2 11

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project Parcel E - Residential Towers / Disposition and Development Agreement between CRA and City Reconstruction Corp and Bunker Hill Redevelopment Co. 1965 May 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: 1200-1750 dwelling units in high, medium, and low rise bldgs with recreation and open space.

2 12

 Bunker Hill Parcel E Grant Deed, Agreement containing Covenants affecting real property, and Amendment to Agreement containing covenants affecting real property with City Reconstruction Company 1965 

General note

(legal documents)

Scope and Contents note

2 copies of Grant Deed only.

2 13

 The Promenade prepared by Kamnitzer Cotton Vreeland- Parcel E-3, E-4 1977 August 29 

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: E-3 - 140 dwelling units, E-4 - 135 dwelling units. Sponsors: Shapell Government Housing, Inc. and Goldrich Kest and Assoc - preliminary design drawings.

2 14

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project Parcel F - Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and Boise Cascade Urban Development Corp and Boise Cascade Home & Land Corp (developer) 1970 May 25 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: 250,000 sq ft commercial development with 2-story rooftop open space and up to 50-ft high subordinate buildings.

2 15

 Agreement Implementing and Interpreting the Disposition and Development Agreement with Boise Cascade Urban Development Corporation- Parcel F 1971 May 27 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Revised scope of development: no rooftop higher than 5 stories, with one 13-story bldg covering 25% of site.

2 16

 Second Agreement Implementing and Interpreting the Disposition and Development Agreement- Parcel F 1973 March 27 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Confirms assignment from Boise Cascade to Bunker Hill Center Associates, headed by Edward K. Rice. Revised scope of development: to provide for 4 pedestrian bridges and secondary transit lines and station.

2 17

 Third Implementation Agreement between the Community Redevelopement Agency and Bunker Hill Center Associates- Parcel F 1974 December 31 

General note

(legal document)

2 18

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project Parcel G - Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and Los Angeles Portman Company (developer) 1974 August 7 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: hotel with at least 1000 guest rooms and at least 28-story with elevated south plaza.

2 19

 Global Architecture 57- Parcel G 1981 

Scope and Contents note

Periodical featuring Portman work in Atlanta and LA.

2 20

 Global Architecture 28- Parcel G 1974 

Scope and Contents note

Periodical featuring Portman work in Atlanta, Chicago and San Francisco.

2 21

 Disposition and Development Agreement between CRA and Dillingham Corporation- Parcel G 1969 March 5 

General note

(legal document)

2 22

 Disposition and Development Agreement between CRA and Central Plants, Inc.- Parcel H 1966 March 14 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: central heating and cooling plant designed and developed to create a park-like treatment of the site.

2 23

 Amended Owner-Participation Agreement by and between CRA and Stuart K. Oliver & Ruth H. Oliver and Caltech Petroleum Investment Corp and Security Pacific National Bank- Parcel I 1970 October 9 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: 1.6 million sq ft in a 50-story office bldg with landscaped plaza.

2 24

 Agreement Containing Covenants Affecting Real Property in Connection with the Certificate of Completion- Parcel I 1984 September 

General note

(legal document)

2 25

 Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and John S. Griffith & Co.- Parcel J-1 1971 March 5 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: office tower4 at least 28-story and 500,000 sq ft of floor area.

2 26

 Assignment of Interest and Assumption of Duties of Developer in the Disposition and Development Agreement covering Parcel J-1 between Community Redevelopment Agency and John S. Griffith and McKeon Construction 1972 June 29 

General note

(legal document)

2 27

 Revised Schedule of Performance Parcel J-1 1974 October 16 

General note

(legal document)

2 28

 Implementation Agreement between Community Redevelopement Agency and Atlantic Richfield Co and McKeon Construction- Parcel J-1 1979 October 2 

General note

(legal document)

2 29

 Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and Atlantic Richfield Co.- Parcel J-2 1968 September 23 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: parking structure up to 2550 spaces, roof deck height limited to sidewalk at Hope and 4th and to be developed for recreational or other uses, and landscaped open space.

2 30

 First Implementation Agreement- Parcel J-2 1970 February 27 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

To commence grading prior to conveyance of title.

2 31

 Second Implementation Agreement- Parcel J-2 1970 March 9 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Adds Flower Street LTD as developer.

2 32

 Participation Agreement between CRA and YMCA of Metropolitan LA- Parcel J-2 1984 November 29 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: fitness center complex with outdoor areas.

2 33

 First Implementation Agreement to Owner Participation Agreement by and among CRA and Walt Disney Concert Hall I, Inc.- Parcel K, Q and W-2 1991 July 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development for Parcel K: Concert hall of 2500 seats, chamber music hall 1000 seats, hotel of up to 400 rooms, auxiliary office and retail space, and 3057 underground parking spaces.

3 1

 Parcels N and O Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and Robert F. Maguire III 1979 June 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: Two office towers over 30 stories with low-rise structures, about 1.5 million sq ft floor area.

3 2

 Photographs of Proposed Fine Art for Parcels N and O (Crocker Center) undated 

Scope and Contents note

Large loose-leaf binder, 8x10 photos, and a plan showing proposed locations. Artists: Robt Graham, Miro, Dubuffet, Hockney.

3 3

 Amended Owner Participation Agreement by and Between CRA and Olympia and York California Equities Corp and O'Melveny & Myers- Parcel P-2 1980 November 7 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: office development of 625,000 sq ft, up to 40 stories, with a low-rise structure for commercial activity.

3 4

 400 S Hope St, Los Angeles, California by Olympia and York- Parcel P-2 1980 

General note

P-2

Scope and Contents note

Office leasing brochure.

3 5

 Owner Participation Agreement between CRA and Pacific Telephone and Telegraph- Parcel V 1959 June 29 

General note

V

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Site on Grand Ave described as Exhibit A was to be for a telephone central office bldg of not less than 4 levels used in connection with the existing adjacent telephone central office bldg at 434 S Grand Ave.

3 6

 Amendment of Owner Participation Agreement with Pacific Telephone and Telegraph- Parcel V 1961 November 17 

General note

V

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Included additional property described in Exhibit B and provided for the construction of a one-story alternate bldg and future construction of a multi-story parking structure to serve the telephone central office bldg nearing completion.

3 7

 Second Amendment to the Owner Participation Agreement with Pacific Telephone and Telegraph- Parcel V 1966 June 28 

General note

V

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Provided for the construction of an 8-story addition to the previously constructed 8-story telephone office bldg and a micro-wave radio tower on the roof of the 16-story bldg. On remaining Exhibit B site parking, which is covered by temp interim parking.

3 8

 Contract for Sale of Land for Private Development by and between CRA and Retirement Housing Foundation- Parcel X and Y 1977 December 15 

General note

X and Y

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: Phase I on Parcels X1 and Y1 about 764 senior dwelling units in 3 hi-rise bldgs and multi-purpose Social Service Center of 50,000 sq ft. Phase II on Parcel X2 to have about 350 dwelling units and 400 parking spaces.

3 9

 Implementation Agreement- Parcel X and Y 1978 December 18 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Provided for financial aspects of the development, including HUD financing and agency participation.

3 10

 Second Implementation Agreement- Parcel X and Y 1981 May 5 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Recognized that parcel split into 2 - X-2 (a) and X-2 (b). X-2 (a) w/an additional 332 units (Phase II). X-2 (b) prkg structure by another developer

3 11

 Third Implementation Agreement- Parcel X and Y 1981 May 6 

General note

X and Y

General note

(legal document)

3 12

 Fourth Implementation Agreement- Parcel X and Y 1982 November 4 

General note

(legal document)

3 13

 Disposition and Development Agreement by and between CRA and Maguire Partners - Crocker Properties - South Tower- Parcel X-2 b(2) 1981 June 15 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: Hill and 2nd prkg structure 700 spaces, finished rooftop landscaped plaza for Angeles Plaza residents. Easements and structural support for future 2-story health care facility and downtown people mover on roof deck.

3 14

 First Implementation Agreement- Parcel X-2 b(2) 1981 October 19 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Revises completion schedule.

3 15

 Second Implementation Agreement- Parcel X-2 b(2) 1982 March 31 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Revises completion schedule.

3 16

 Third Implementation Agreement- Parcel X-2 b(2) 1983 January 3 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Revises completion schedule and includes delivery dates for specific portions of structure to the adjacent land owner.

3 17

 Owner-Participation Agreement between CRA and Times-Mirror Corporation- Parcel W-1 1959 June 29 

General note

W-1

General note

(legal document)

3 18

 California Performing Arts Plaza by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1982 July 2 

Scope and Contents note

Preliminary outline operating plan.

3 19-20

 California Plaza Los Angeles by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1983 

Scope and Contents note

Leasing brochure.

3 21

 Isozaki: At the Moment, the Best Architect in California Is from Japan by Charles Fleming- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1986 March 

Scope and Contents note

Copy from California Magazine, pp 83-89, 91, 119.

3 22

 Memorandum concerning developer selection by BH Task Force Majority Report- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 July 14 

Scope and Contents note

39 pp brochure, recommending BH Associates.

3 23

 BH Associates: California Center by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Boxed set 4: Site Plan Concept, Phasing / Original.

3 24

 BH Associates: California Center by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Boxed set 4: California Center folder w/ press release, correspondence, 8x10 photos of drawings, HUD Redevelopers form 6004, etc.

3 25

 The Angeles Plaza fact sheet by BH Corporation- Parcel X-2(b) undated 

Scope and Contents note

3 pp

3 26

 Final Environmental Impact Statement - Bunker Hill Elderly Housing Project by HUD- Parcel X-2(b) 1977 July 

3 27

 Disposition and Development Agreement between CRA and Bunker Hill Associates, a Limited Partnership- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1981 September 30 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Scope of development: 5 parcels 11.21 acres, 3.2 million sq ft office in 3 towers 37-60 stories. Minimum 750 residential, 450 hotel, 160,000 sq ft commercial retail, MCA, central performance plaza, landscaping.

3-4 28-29, 1-3

 A Grand Avenue: The Maguire Partners Proposal by Maguire Partners- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 February 

Scope and Contents note

Xerox copy of proposal for Bunker Hill.

4 4

 Restated Disposition and Development Agreement (as amended 2/83) Incorporating First Amendment- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1983 February 

General note

(legal document)

4 5

 Attachments to Restated Disposition and Development Agreement- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1983 February 

General note

(legal document)

4 6-9

 First Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1983 April 

General note

(legal document)

Scope and Contents note

Metropolitan Structures (Met Life Insurance) becomes general partner in BH Assoc, development to take place in 8 separate phases.

4 10

 California Plaza Retail Analysis prepared by Larry Smith and Company Ltd.- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1982 July 

4 11

 Museum of Contemporary Art Outline Specifications by Arata Isozaki Assoc, Gruen Assoc, John A. Martin and Assoc, Syska and Hennessy, Darby Sanchis and Assoc- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1983 July 22 

4 12

 Arthur Erickson Selected Projects 1971-1985 by Barbara E. Shapiro (curator)- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1985 

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition catalog.

4 13

 Board Briefs newsletter by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 March 24 

Scope and Contents note

10 pp summary of 5 major proposals for the development.

4 14

 Museum Towers prepared by Museum Tower- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Small leasing brochure.

4 15

 LA City council Approves Huge California Plaza Project for Bunker Hill; Work to Start Next Fall by the Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1982 January 19 

Scope and Contents note

Press release.

4 16

 Development Offering Remaining 8.75 Acres of Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 

4 17

 Reuse Appraisal for Parcels RSTU and Y-1 prepared by Keyser Marston and Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1981 October 

4 18

 Bunker Hill press release with 8x10 photos prepared by Metropolitan Structures- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

4 19

 Music Center Progress Report- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Fund raising brochure.

5 1

 California Center Environmental Impact Report prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1981 September 

5 2

 California Center proposal submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1981 January 20 

Scope and Contents note

Xerox copy handout of item #116

5 3

 California Center press release submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 March 5 

5 4

 Maguire Partners press release by Maguire Partners- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 February 29 

5 5

 Five developers' proposals- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

8 1/2 x 11 drawing copies

5 6

 Ralph Jackson and Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

8x10 photos of models and drawings, news releases about proposal, Cabot, Cabot and Forbes.

5 7

 Olympia and York - Trizec- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

8x10 photos of drawings and a press release.

5 8

 Cabot, Cabot and Forbes- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

8x10 and 10x14 photos of site plans and building sections.

5 9

 Central City East, Los Angeles - An Evaluation of Policy Strategies for Single-Room Occupancy Hotels Report prepared by the Urban Land Institute 1987 July 19-24 

Scope and Content

42 pp report.

5 10

 To Build a Community: Report on the Mayor's Citizens' Task Force on Central City East by the Mayor's Citizens' Task Force 1988 May 

Scope and Content

42 pp report.

5 11

 Briefing Report: Central City East, Central Business District Redevelopment Project by the CRA Housing Committee 1991 May 

5 12

 Briefing Report Appendices: Central City East, Central Business District Redevelopment Project by the CRA Housing Committee 1991 May 

Scope and Contents note

Contents: ULI report (same as item #151, 5/88 Mayor's Citizens' Task Force (same as item #152, Workshop on Homelessness (item #156 ), Economic Base Study, and International Downtown Association Award.

5 13

 The Changing Face of Misery: Los Angeles' Skid Row Area in Transition, Volume V: Study Overview and Implications prepared by Hamilton, Rabinovitz and Altschuler Inc. for Community Redevelopment Agency 1988 April 

5 14

 Workshop on Homelessness by the Downtown Strategic Plan Advisory Committee 1990 May 10 

5 15

 Social Impact Evaluation of Central City East: Study of the Central Division Facility - Police Building Impacts on the Skid Row Community prepared by SET - Social Engineering Technology for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 

5 16

 Economic and Financial Situation of Los Angeles Single Room Occupancy Hotels prepared by HR and A - Hamilton, Rabinovitz and Altschuler for Rent Stabilization Division for Community Redevelopment Agency 1989 April 

5 17

 Briefing Package: South Park by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1990 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder

5 18

 South Park: A Compelling Vision prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency circa 1991 

5 19

 South Park brochure prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1992 June 

5 20

 South Park: A Downtown Community prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1982-1983 

Scope and Contents note

2 copies 9/1982, 2 revised copies 10/1983"

5 21

 South Park: An Evaluation of Residential Development Potential and Strategies for the South Park Area of Downtown LA prepared by the Urban Land Institute 1985 September 9-13 

Scope and Content

47 pp report.

5 22

 RFP: South Park Housing, Phase III prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1986 March 

5 23

 RFP: South Park Rental Housing, New Construction prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 July 

5 24

 Los Angeles Convention Center - Phase II Architectural Proposal prepared by Gruen Associates/I. M. Pei and Partners 1986 May 16 

5 25

 RFP: South Park Housing, Phase III prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1991 

5 26

 Los Angeles Convention Center Expansion: Hotel/Exhibit Hall Master Plan Study prepared by Gruen Associates/ Pei Cobb Freed and Partners 1990 December 

5 27

 Los Angeles Convention Center Expansion Project Report prepared by Convention Center Area Task Force 1992 November 

5 28

 Historic Core: Central Business District Redevelopment Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1993 

Scope and Contents note

Folders with map and project status.

5 29

 Palaces of Finance: A Walking Tour of Spring Street Historic District co-sponsored by the LA Conservancy and Spring Street Association 1983 

5 30

 Los Angeles Actor's Theatre Performing Arts Center, Urban Development Action Grant application prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1982 July 

5 31

 Ronald Reagan Building prepared by the State of California 1990 October 

Scope and Contents note

Brochure commemorating opening of building.

5 32

 State Building Expansion Facility: The Broadway Centre, 320 West 4th prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1991 

5 33

 First and Broadway Site: Invitation for Development Proposals by the State, County, and City 1986 

5 34

 Broadway Consumer and Business Survey prepared by the Wilshire Organization for Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 January 

5 35

 Broadway Retail Trade Area Analysis - Executive Report prepared by Linda S. Coughlin and Associates for Community Redevelopment Agency 1988 December 15 

5 36

 The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Historic Preservation Projects (with application standards) 1979 

6 1

 Earthquake Hazard Reduction: Cumulative Impacts on Historic Buildings, A Critical Issues Study prepared by the Community Redevelopmeny Agency and LA Conservancy 1986 

Scope and Contents note

Same as item #245, carton 9"

6 2

 Broadway Theatres Entertainment District Study prepared by Kosmont & Assoc, Levin & Assoc, and others, for Community Redevelopment Agency 1995 May 

6 3

 Broadway Historic Theater District: A Walking Tour prepared by LA Conservancy 1986 

6 4

 RFP: Broadway Theatres Entertainment District, Program Development and Implementation Plan prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1992 

6 5

 Spring Street Times prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987-1989 

Scope and Contents note

Newsletter/brochures, 1 copy-1987, 2 copies-1988, 1 copy-1989.

6 6

 Society of Architectural Historians, Southern California Chapter Spring Street Newsletter 1980 December 

6 7

 Biddy Mason's Place: A Midwife's Homestead by Dolores Hayden 1988 

Scope and Contents note

Poster for The Power of Place project.

6 8

 The Architects: Gruen Associates catalog submitted by Bunker Hill Associates undated 

General note

R, S, T, U, Y-1

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 1

6 9

 The Architects: Kamnitzer Cotton Vreeland catalog submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated   Removed from box set 1.

6 10

 The Architects: Arthur Erickson Architects small brochure submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 1.

6 11

 Developers: Cadillac Fairview: A Portfolio of Properties submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 2.

6 12-13

 Developers: Cadillac Fairview Annual Report submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 2.

6 14

 The Consultants Syska and Hennessy Engineers submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1979 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 15

 The Consultants POD Inc, landscape architecture portfolio submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 16

 The Consultants Larry Smith and Co Inc submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 17

 The Consultants Sol Arc, Architecture and Energy Consulting submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 18

 The Consultants Barton-Aschman Assoc, Western Regional Offices submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 19

 The Consultants CinePlex movie theaters submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 20

 The Consultants: Barton-Aschman into the '80s submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 21

 The Consultants: The George Lang Corp submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 22

 The Consultants Henry C. Beck and Co, General Contractors submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 23

 The Consultants: Martin and Associates submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 24

 The Consultants: Proposal from the Bella Lewitsky Dance Company for the Dance Gallery to be included in California Center submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

6 25

 ALL Disposition Agreements for Bunker Hill parcels undated 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder

6 26-27

 Skid Row news clippings 1980-1986 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder

6-7 28, 1

 777 Tower, Cesar Pelli & Associates undated 

Scope and Contents note

Office leasing brochure.

7 2

 801 Tower, The Architects Collaborative (TAC) undated 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure

7 3

 Wholesale Produce Market - UDAG application 1980 July 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder

7 4-5

 ULI Briefing package for panel analysis of LA CBD Retailing prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 June 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder, contains 2 more copies of item #276"

7 6-7

 Atlantic Richfield Plaza prepared by Albert C. Martin and Associates circa 1970s 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure

7 8

 Chase Plaza prepared by Gin Wong &amp: Associates undated 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure

7 9

 Home Savings Tower by Albert C. Martin & Associates 1986 

Scope and Contents note

schematic drawings

7 10

 515 South Figueroa by Albert C. Martin & Associates ca. 1980s 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure

7 11

 Hyatt Regency Los Angeles by Charles Luckman and Associates undated 

Scope and Contents note

hotel leasing brochure

7 12

 1000 Wilshire Building by Reliance Development Group, Inc. Kohn Pedersen Fox and Langdon Wilson Mumper 1984 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure

7 13

 Seventh Street: Mecca for Merchants - A Walking Tour prepared by LA Conservancy 1970 

7 14

 Open Space Downtown: A Citizen Task Force Case Study Report on Citicorp Plaza prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1990 November 

7 15

 Central Library: Documentation and Pre-Demolition Salvage of Artwork (historic preservation grant application A) 1984 December 

7 16-17

 Central Library: Pre-Construction Stabilization of Painted Artwork (historic preservation grant application B) for History Room and Rotunda murals, stenciling 1984 December 

7 18-19

 Central Library: Supplement to the Environmental Impact Report (renovation and expansion) prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 March 

7 20

 Guidelines for Preservation, Restoration, and Alterations to the Central Library of Los Angeles a report by the Southern California Chapter/ American Institute of Architects Library Study Team 1978 September 

8 1-2

 Executive Summary: Final Environmental Impact Report Central Library Renovation and Expansion prepared by the LA Bureau of Engineering 1978 July 

8 3

 Concept for Saving and Expanding the Central Library by Charles Luckman Associates 1977 March 

Scope and Contents note

folder of presentation materials

8 4

 Summary of Status of New Central Library Project and CLA's Comments on CRA Report Adopted 8/18/76, prepared by Charles Luckman Associates 1976 September 16 

8 5

 Broadway/Central Library: Impact Analysis prepared by Charles Kober Associates for Community Redevelopment Agency 1976 August 

8 6

 The Public Research Library of the Future by the Office of Academic Planning, USC 1975 July 

Scope and Contents note

report of study, includes loose: chronology of Events Dealing with Problems of the Central Library Bldg, LA"

8 7

 Analysis of the Usage of the Central Library of the Los Angeles Public Library prepared by J. Cushman and R.M. Hayes, Institute of Library Research 1968 October 14 

8 8

 Produce Market Planning and Implementation Program prepared by The Arroyo Group 1976 

8 9

 Wholesale Produce Market - UDAG application, volume I 1978 June 1 

8 10

 Wholesale Produce Market - UDAG application, volume II 1978 June 1 

8 11

 Wholesale Produce Market - UDAG application, volume III (summary report) 1978 June 1 

8 12

 Wholesale Produce Market - Title IX Implementation Grant amended application 1978 August 1 

8 13-14

 Los Angeles Wholesale Produce Market: Project Manual prepared by The Arroyo Group 1979 May 1 

8 15-16

 Adjustment Strategy for Revitalization of the Los Angeles Wholesale Cut Flower Market by Wilsey & Ham for City Economic Development Office 1976 December 

8 17

 Adjustment Strategy for Revitalization of the Los Angeles Wholesale Cut Flower Market, includes EIR by Wilsey & Ham for City Economic Development Office 1976 December 

8 18

 Downtown Los Angeles Seafood and Related Industry Market Study by West Coast Fisheries Development Foundation for CRA 1987 December 

8 19

 The CBD-Based Apparel Industry: Conclusions, Recommendations and Suggestions for Further Investigation by Mayor's Ad Hoc Committee for Special Study of the Apparel Industry, with CRA 1979 March 27 

8 20

 Jewelry Mart Proposal - Urban Development Action Grant application, part 1 original application Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 April 

8 21

 Jewelry Mart Proposal - Urban Development Action Grant application, part 2 supplemental material by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 September 

8 22

 Citizen Report: Summary of Initial CBD Redevelopment Implementation Activities by the Project Advisory Committee and City Wide citizens Advisory Committee 1977 June 

8 23

 Proposed Initial Annual Work Program for the CBD Redevelopment Project: Executive Summary by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 July 28 

8 24

 Proposed Second Annual Work Program for the CBD Redevelopment Project Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 October 1 

8 25

 Proposed Third Annual Work Program for the CBD Redevelopment Project Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 October 1 

8 26

 Proposed Fourth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1980 January 

9 1

 Proposed Fifth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1981 July 1 -1982 June 30 

9 2

 Sixth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1982 July 1-1983 June 30 

9 3

 Seventh Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1983 July 1 -1984 June 30 

9 4

 Eighth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1984 July 1 -1985 June 30 

9 5

 Ninth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1985 July 1 -1986 June 30 

9 6

 Tenth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1986 July 1 -1987 June 30 

9 7

 Eleventh Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1987 July 1 -1988 June 30 

9 8

 Twelfth Annual Work Program for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1988 July 1 -1989 June 30 

9 9

 Biennial Report for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1986 April 

9 10

 Biennial Report for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1986-1988 

9 11

 Biennial Report for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1988-1990 

9 12

 Biennial Report for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1992 

9 13

 Redevelopment Plan for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1975 

Scope and Contents note

Ordinance #147,480 adopted by City Council 18 July 1975"

9 14

 Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1978 December 

9 15-16

 Downtown Strategic Plan Los Angeles prepared by the Downtown Strategic Plan Advisory Committee 1993 

9 17

 Los Angeles Downtown Strategic Plan Final Draft prepared by the Downtown Strategic Plan Advisory Committee 1993 June 10 

9 18

 Fact Book Downtown Los Angeles prepared by the Downtown Strategic Plan Advisory Committee 1991 

9 19

 Report of the Citizens Advisory Committee on the Los Angeles City Central Business District Redevelopment Plan prepared by the Citizens Advisory Committee 1976 July 

9 20

 Earthquake Hazard Reduction: Cumulative Impact on Historic Buildings: A Critical Issues Study Final Report coordinated by the Community Redevelopment Agnecy of the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Conservancy 1986 

Scope and Contents note

Another copy at item #180, carton 5

9 21

 LA Alive- Again Community Redevelopment Agency/ City of Los Angeles 1983 December 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint of article from Muse Air Monthly Magazine.

9 22

 Downtown Public Art written by Christopher Knight 1983 August 28-31 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from Herald Examiner.

9 23

 Downtown Los Angeles Office Building Map by Jones Lang Wootton 1983 

9 24

 Public Art in Downtown Los Angeles prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1986 

Scope and Contents note

Art guidebook.

9 25

 Technical Report: Shrubs and Trees for Landscaping and Screening prepared by the Department of City Planning Los Angeles 1968 

9 26

 Metro Rail Station Area Master Plan, Central Business District: Draft prepared by the Community Redevelopment Agency City of Los Angeles 1985 

Scope and Contents note

Plans for proposed developments and integration with proposed Metro Rail Stations in the CBD.

9 27-28

 Downtown Los Angeles from the Los Angeles Times reprinted by the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles 1982 

10 1

 Los Angeles Central City Community Plan (A part of the General Plan of Los Angeles) prepared by the Department of City Planning 1983 June 10 

10 2

 Los Angeles Central City Proposed Plan prepared by the Department of City Planning Los Angeles 1972 June 

10 3

 Determination of Eligibility Report Los Angeles Central Business District prepared for the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles by Roger G. Hatheway and Associates 1983 June 

10 4-5

 Central Business District Redevelopment Project- Stipulated Judgement court case number C133468 1977 November 22 

Scope and Contents note

State of Calif Superior Court Case #C1334678, dismissing protests to CBD Redevelopment project.

10 6

 The Power of Place, Los Angeles by Dolores Hayden, Gail Dubrow, and Carolyn Flynn undated 

Scope and Contents note

historical pamphlet

10 7

 Guide to Downtown Los Angeles by AAA of Southern California 1973 July 

10 8

 Seven Compelling Reasons for the CBD Redevelopment Plan by the Office of the Mayor, Los Angeles 1975 

10 9

 Los Angeles CBD Employee Travel Baseline Survey: Final Report by Barton-Ashmann Associates and Recht Hausrath & Associates 1987 April 

10 10-11

 Transfer of Development Rights - Ordinance #163617 1988 June 21 

10 12

 Downtown Los Angeles: The Dynamics of the Real Estate Market by Price Waterhouse 1992 

10 13

 Business profile of Downtown: New Bench Mark Data Documenting the Economic Importance of the Downtown Area by Western Economic Research Co 1989 

10 14

 1993 Los Angeles Basin Real Estate by Grubb & Ellis 1993 

10 15

 Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Greater Los Angeles 1993 

Scope and Contents note

packet of information

10 16

 Requirements for Office/Commercial Projects Located within the CBD Redevelopment Project 1988 August 

10 17

 Report on the Refinements of SCAG's Regional Growth Forecasts for the Los Angeles CBD by Cordoba Corp and Michael Popwell Assoc 1990 June 4 

10 18

 Civic Center Development Plan: An Element of the General Plan of the City of Los Angeles by LA City Planning Dept 1969 March 12 

10 19

 CBD Transfer of Floor Area Ratio Implementation Policy - Public Benefit Program Payment Guidelines the Community Redevelopment Agency 1991 September 5 

10 20

 State Historic Building Code 1979 August 

10 21

 Secretary of the Interior: Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings 1979 January 

10 22

 Los Angeles and the Palm Tree: Image of a City by the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee 1984 

Scope and Contents note

Art catalogue.

10 23

 The Sixty-Mile Circle: The Economy of the Greater Los Angeles Area by the Security Pacific Corp 1984 February 

10 24

 LA 2000: A City for the Future by the Los Angeles 2000 Committee 1988 November 

Scope and Contents note

Final report.

10 25

 Recommendations to Strengthen Retail Activity in Downtown Los Angeles by ULI 1978 June 19-23 

Scope and Contents note

panel service report

10 26

 A Greater Downtown for the 21st Century by LA City Planning Dept 1990 July 

10 27

 Los Angeles Centopolis 1980: General Development Plan by the Central City Committee and LA City Planning Dept 1962 January 

10 28

 Concepts for Los Angeles by the LA City Planning Dept 1967 September 

10 29

 GOALS: Planning Goals for the Los Angeles Metropolis - discussion paper by the City and Regional Planning Commissions 1967 June 

10 30

 Concept Los Angeles: the Concept of the Los Angeles General Plan by LA City Planning Dept 1970 January 

10 31

 Downtown Art in Public Places Policy by the Community Redevelopemtn Agency 1985 August 26 

Scope and Contents note

Another copy in carton 12, #332

10 32

 Skyline - Signage Policy draft by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1986 January 

10 33

 Downtown Los Angeles map by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1984 

10 34

 Los Angeles Central City Community Plan, a part of the General Plan by the City of LA 1989 April 

Scope and Contents note

3-ring binder

10 35

 Central Business District Core Area Development Framework by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 

Scope and Contents note

draft, 3-ring binder"

10 36

 Regional and Community Shopping Centers Map of Los Angeles and Orange Counties by Coldwell Banker 1977 

Scope and Contents note

map, land use inventory map"

10 37

 Community Redevelopment Agency Programs and Projects 1983-1984 

10 38

 Redevelopment/Revitalization Projects by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

Project areas pamphlet

10 39

 Central City Los Angeles 1972/1990 Preliminary Plan by the Committee for Central City Planning and Wallace, McHarg, Roberts and Todd, consultants 1972 April 

Scope and Contents note

Brochure describing the plan.

10 40

 Central Business District Redevelopment Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1991 

Scope and Contents note

Status report, brochure.

10 41

 The Community Redevelopment Agency Los Angeles 1987 

Scope and Contents note

Packet of info about CRA, with map, fact sheets, brochure, and a newsletter.

10 42

 Workshop on the Development Marketplace for Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1980 October 9 

Scope and Contents note

Workshop held at Hyatt Regency, transcript of discussion.

10 43

 Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series A, $16,000,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1980 June 4 

10 44

 Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series B, $30,000,000 1981 July 15 

10 45

 Amendment: Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series B, $30,000,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1981 November 18 

10 46

 Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series E, $48,000,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 June 24 

10 47

 Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series G, $190,170,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987 January 28 

10 48

 Tax Allocation Bonds for CBD Redevelopment Project, Series H, $15,960,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987 February 25 

10 49

 California Community Redevelopment Law and Statutes Referenced Therein prepared by Kane, Ballmer & Berkman 1990 January 1 

Scope and Contents note

Includes changes from statutes enacted in 1989.

11 1

 Design for Development: Bunker Hill by I.M. Pei & Associates, Barton-Aschman, Roy Wenzlick 1964 January 

11 2

 Transportation Aspects of the Bunker Hill Urban Renewal project by Barton-Aschman for I.M. Pei & Associates 1964 January 

11 3

 The Central City Employee: A Survey of Shopping Habits by LA Times Marketing Research 1975 October 

11 4

 Bunker Hill Redevelopment Research Summary by Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons Inc. and Lawrence Halperin Assoc 1969 June 24 

11 5

 Metropolitan Area Trends - Upper Bunker Hill Urban Design Study by Development Research Associates 1969 July 7 

11 6

 Annual Report by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1969 

11 7

 Hotel-Motel Market Demand Analysis, Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project by the Development Research Associates 1969 

11 8

 Guide for Developers - First Phase, Land Disposition, Parcel B-1 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1963 April 

Scope and Contents note

Land disposition report, 15 pages.

11 9

 Preliminary Geologic Investigation Bunker Hill by Donald R. Warren, Eng. for Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall 1962 May 

Scope and Contents note

The BH Redevelopment Area is located on the south limb of the Los Angeles anticline.

11 10

 Market Analysis - Upper Bunker Hill by the Development Research Associates 1969 October 28 

11 11

 A Parking Standards Report - Volume I by the Parking Standards Design Associates 1971 February 15 

Scope and Contents note

Study justifying recommended changes in the city parking standards due to shift to compact cars.

11 12

 A High Profile for Bunker Hill - Demand for High-Rise Office Space Turns Downtown to Boomtown by Joseph Giovannini 1982 March 7 

Scope and Contents note

In California Living, LA Herald Examiner.

11 13

 LA City Ordinance 147480: Approving and Adopting the Development Plan for the CBD Redevelopment Project 1975 July 18 

11 14

 Court case: Brnani Bernardi et al vs. City Council of LA (case no. C133468 about CBD redevelopment) 1977 November 22 

11 15

 Owner-Participation Agreement between CRA and Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1959 June 29 

11 16

 Amended Financing Plan for Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project (loan application to HUD) 1970 July 21 

General note

Legal document.

11 17

 Loan and Capital Grant Contract between CRA and US govt [HUD] (Calif. R-1) 1959 November 25 

Scope and Contents note

Legal document.

11 18

 Supplemental Agreement between City of LA and CRA 1960 May 20 

General note

Legal document about Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project 1-B (Calif. R-1).

11 19

 Assistance Agreement re: Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project 1-B 1960 April 8 

General note

Legal document.

11 20

 Tract map No. 30780 1979 

Scope and Contents note

Survey of 4th to General Thaddeus Kosciuszko Way, Hope to Olive Streets, showing easements, slope, tunnel structure.

11 21

 Los Angeles Redevelopment: How It Got Where It Is by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

48-pg history of CRA and redevelopment in LA, some discussion of blight.

11 22

 Formation of the Community Redevelopement Agency 1948 

Scope and Contents note

Copies of various documents of CRA incorporation, minutes of early meetings.

11 23

 LA City Ordinance 113231: formation of Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project 1-B 1959 March 31 

General note

Newspaper public notice.

11 24

 LA City Ordinance 108424: approval of tentative plan for Central Redevelopment Plan No. 1 and establishing area as Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project No. 1-B 1956 November 14 

General note

Newspaper public notice.

11 25

 Agreement Containing Covenants Affecting Real Property 1965 May 9 

General note

Legal document.

11 26

 Bunker Hill by John Chapman 1968 November 3 

Scope and Contents note

LA Times West Magazine, pp 18-20, 23-24, 26"

11 27

 LA 200! A Special Issue Celebrating Our Bicentennial from the LA Herald Examiner 1980 August 31 

11 28

 Bunker Hill First Phase Land Disposition, Parcel B-1 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1963 May 

General note

These items have been removed from their leather packet for preservation purposes. The leather packet has been put on the shelf with the collection.

Scope and Contents note

Leather packet for offering for sale of first parcel of land - 36 items included (originally, not all are in packet).

11 29-31

 Local Grant-in Aid and Cooperation Agreement between LA and Community Redevelopment Agency 1968 January 22 

General note

Legal document.

11 32

 Declaration of Restrictions (Attachment No. 11) 1965 May 20 

General note

Legal document.

11 33

 California Community Redevelopment Law (as amended through 1961 regular legislative session) 1961 

General note

Legal document.

11 34

 Los Angeles Public Library re-opening brochure 1993 October 

11 35

 Center-City Living - The Loft Approach: Las Grand Market 1982 July 18 

Scope and Contents note

Several articles in LA Times Home section.

11 36

 Engineers at Work Figuring on Razing: Contract Requires Exact Estimates as to Bunker Hill 1912 November 10 

Scope and Contents note

LA Sunday Times, photocopy and transcription of article about re-grading Bunker Hill.

11 37

 Market Analysis - Redevelopment Parcel B-1 by Roy Wenzlick and Co. for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1962 November 15 

Scope and Contents note

Concluded that favorable residential market exists.

12 1

 You and the Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1961 

Scope and Contents note

10 pp booklet to explain redevelopment and process.

12 2

 LA Renaissance by Milton Stark 1961 September - October 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from California Highways and Public Works.

12 3

 El Pueblo Grande: A Non-Fiction Book about Los Angeles by John D. Weaver 1973 

Scope and Contents note

Ward Ritchie Press

12 4

 Funicular Railways: From Angels Flight to Shasta Springs by Joseph Campbell 1993 

Scope and Contents note

Borden Publishing

12 5

 Angels Flight by Walt Wheelock 1993 

Scope and Contents note

Borden Publishing Co

12 6

 The Battle of Bunker Hill by Bromley and Company 1971-1975 

Scope and Content

Included in this file are the book The Battle of Bunker Hill by Bromley and Co, and a Parchment of the Historical Documents Co. about the Battle of Bunker Hill (1971).

12 7

 Pacific Electric Railway: A Pictorial Album of Electric Railroading by Donald Duke 1958 

Scope and Contents note

Pacific Railway Journal, San Marino.

12 8

 Design for Development - Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1968 May 1 

12 9

 Design for Development - Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1971 January 6 

12 10

 Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project Biennial Report 1986-1988 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1988 November 

12 11

 Los Angeles Metropolitan Area Today by ULI 1987 

Scope and Contents note

ULI Fall meeting, descriptions of all major bldgs, downtown and region"

12 12

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project Biennial Report by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1986 October 

12 13

 Bunker Hill Subordinate Tax Allocation Bonds, Series A, $100,000,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 October 17 

12 14

 Downtown Art in Public Places Policy by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 August 26 

Scope and Contents note

Another copy at carton 10, item #282.

12 15

 Proposed North-South One-Way Street System for the CBD by the LA Department of Transportation 1985 September 25 

12 16

 Bunker Hill Fact Book by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1984 

Scope and Contents note

[book marked 1983]

12 17

 Programs and Projects of the by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1983-1984 

Scope and Contents note

Progress reports.

12 18

 Develop Offering - Remaining 8.75 acres of Bunker Hill, Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1979 

12 19

 Bunker Hill Project Tax Allocation Bonds, Series C, $18,250,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1980 April 23 

12 20

 Progress Report 1976-1980 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1980 

12 21

 Angels Flight by Walt Wheelock 1978 

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of original edition.

12 22

 Bunker Hill - The Impact of a Redevelopment Project on Downtown Los Angeles by Richard K. Meyer 1978 June 

Scope and Contents note

Stanford University Senior Honors Project.

12 23

 Overview of Federally Assisted Projects in Downtown Los Angeles: Implemented Projects and Future Opportunities by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 December 

12 24

 Report to Mayor Yorty regarding conclusion of Bunker Hill Redevelopment litigation by Roger Arneberg (city attorney) 1964 March 

12 25

 Judgement of California Superior Court in re Bunker Hill litigation 1964 February 

Scope and Contents note

Ruling in favor of Community Redevelopement Agency

12 26

 Los Angeles Headquarters City - Dynamic Center of the New West by LA DWP circa 1960 

12 27

 Community Redevelopment Agency Combined Annual Report - Fiscal 1967-1968 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1968 

12 28

 Community Redevelopment Agency Annual Report 1965/1966 1966 

12 29

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project - Tentative Plan by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1956 June 

12 30

 Bunker Hill Project - Owner Participation Agreements (memo to agency members) by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1959 July 16 

Scope and Contents note

Lists owner participants of 10 parcels with summary text of agreements.

12 31

 Cultural Heritage Board Report circa 1962 

Scope and Contents note

Text and pictures of 27 monuments

12 32

 Community Redevelopment into Assets by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1949 June 

12 33

 Tax Increments - Bunker Hill (memo from LA County auditor) by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1963 July 26 

12 34

 The Economic Phases of the Bunker Hill Renewal Project and Report Supplement by Henry A. Babcock, consulting engineers, for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1956 May 15 

12 35-36

 Final Environmental Impact Report for the Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1973 December 12 

12 37

 Legal Response to Superior Court Preliminary Injunction Request by State Senator Alan Robbins to stop Agency payment for a pedestrian bridge 1975 July 

Scope and Contents note

Preliminary injunction denied.

12 38

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons and Lawrence Halprin & Assoc. 1971 March 

Scope and Contents note

Urban design study.

12 39

 Feasibility Study of High-Rise Project for the Elderly on Bunker Hill by Walker and Lee- Parcel X and Y 1975 

Scope and Contents note

[no title page]

12 40

 Bunker Hill Urban Design Services Memorandum Report 1 by Charles Kober Associates 1975 July 

Scope and Contents note

Jon Jerde proposals to activate the project

12 41

 Los Angeles Central City Community Plan (a part of the General Plan of the City of Los Angeles) by LA Dept of City Planning 1983 June 

12 42

 Infrastructure Decision Making: New Direction in Public Facility Financing in California by California Planning Roundtable, American Planning Association 1983 February 

Scope and Contents note

California Plaza article

12 43

 LA Alive - Again by David Reed and Jane Lasky 1983 December 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from Muse Air Monthly

12 44

 Partnerships - New Models for Urban Development by Urban Design International 1982 Fall 

Scope and Contents note

Special issue of this journal, BH Redevelopment article by Edward Helfeld, vol 4 no 1.

12 45

 Downtown Development Study by the Central City Association 1981 

Scope and Contents note

Current and planned downtown development data.

12 46

 A Greater Downtown for the 21st Century by LA Dept of City Planning 1990 July 

12 47

 Bunker Hill Redevelopment Project Biennial Report by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1993 

12 48

 Bunker's Comeback by Cynthia Joyce 1968 May 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from Los Angeles Magazine, pp 38-40.

12 49

 The Architects: A Chance for Greatness by Walter McQuade circa 1970 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from Fortune magazine.

12 50

 Sprawling Los Angeles Gets a New Skyline in Business Week 1969 December 13 

12 51

 WBE: Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons presentation brochure 1970 

12 52

 Citizen Guide to Redevelopment by California Redevelopment Association circa 1988 

Scope and Contents note

1 original booklet and one copy.

12 53

 Los Angeles Central City Community Plan: Part of the General Plan of LA by the LA Dept of City Planning 1989 October 13 

12 54

 Los Angeles 30: Three Decades that Changed LA by Kathleen Neumeyer and Rubin Carson 1990 

Scope and Contents note

2 articles copied from Los Angeles Magazine, 1) 30 People, 2) 30 Things that have changed LA.

12 55

 Jon Jerde: Redesigning the City 1986 May 

Scope and Contents note

Art catalogue.

12 56

 Los Angeles Bicentennial: A Legacy for the Future by the Los Angeles 200 Committee 1985 July 

12 57

 Development Opportunities in Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 June 

Scope and Contents note

2 packets/not complete

13 1

 Bunker Hill Completion Program 1977-1986: Draft by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 March 

13 2

 Market Analysis of Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Taylor Dark and Val Higginbotham 1977 

13 3

 Concept Los Angeles: The Concept of the Los Angeles General Plan by the LA City Planning Commission 1974 April 

13 4

 Bunker Hill Pedestrian Connection Schematics by Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons 1976 

13 5

 Angel's Flight: Technical Report by R. Duell and Associates 1978 October 

13 6

 Bunker Hill Redevelopment Plan by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 June 

13 7

 Programs for Transportation and Parking: Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by Barton-Aschman Associates 1970 May 

Scope and Contents note

Key document

13 8

 High-Rise Apartment Buildings by Yukio Kawaratani 1963 November 

Scope and Contents note

UCLA term paper in eng. Class - contains also Oct 1961 Urban Land article ""High-Rent Apts in the Suburbs"" and 1/17/63 CRA memorandum about elementary-age school children from high-rise bldgs"

13 9

 Bunker Hill Redevelopment: Implementing a Dynamic Plan for Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

2-pg brochure

13 10

 Cushman & Wakefield in Downtown Los Angeles 1979 

13 11

 Board Briefs: Public Invited to Attend Meeting on Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 March 24 

Scope and Contents note

One original and one copy.

13 12

 The Story of Ann: A Leading Lady in Urban Redevelopment 1961 June 29 

Scope and Contents note

Draft, Ann St redevelopment, CRA redev. project, began in 1955.

13 13

 California Plaza by Bunker Hill Associates 1983 October 3 

Scope and Contents note

Press kit, various materials relating to the development.

13 14

 California Plaza by Bunker Hill Associates 1982 July 1 

Scope and Contents note

Spiral bound book of plans for pedestrian circulation, parking, phasing, etc.

13 15

 CRA: Present and Past Agency Board Members undated 

Scope and Contents note

appt dates, 11/48-2/96

13 16

 Brief History of the CRA of LA Operations 1948-1965 1965 

13 17

 Bunker Hill Contracts - Chronological Index 1950-1964 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1964 

13 18

 Project Index by the Community Redevelopment Agency circa 1963 

13 19

 Annual Report: fiscal 1964-1965 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1965 September 30 

13 20

 Redevelopment Plan for the Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project 1B, a Part of Central Redevelopment Area 1 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1958 

13 21

 Rebuttal Statement on Relocation (of Bunker Hill residents) by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1958 November 14 

Scope and Contents note

Key document.

13 22

 Final Argument on Bunker Hill Redevelopment Plan by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1959 January 7 

13 23

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project - offering of multiple parcels by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel A, B, C, G, I 1968 

Scope and Contents note

Includes maps, site descriptions.

13 24

 Amended Redevelopment Plan - Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project 1B by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1968 

13 25

 100 Years (And More) of Bunker Hill History by Bergen and Lee, public relations, for City Reconstruction Corp 1967 

13 26

 Amended Design for Development by the LA Dept of City Planning 1970-1971 

Scope and Contents note

case #3595

13 27

 Bunker Hill Project, Tax Allocation Bonds, Series B, $10,000,000 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1971 October 20 

13 28

 Citywide Plan: A Portion of the General Plan of LA by LA Dept of City Planning 1974 

13 29

 Los Angeles Central City Proposed Plan by LA Dept of City Planning 1972 June 

13 30

 Downtown Los Angeles 1982 by Austin Scott and others 1982 April 25-28 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from LA Times.

13 31

 Community Redevelopment Agency promotional folder 1982 December 

Scope and Contents note

Various materials/info on the Community Redevelopment Agency

13 32

 Downtown Public Art by Christopher Knight 1983 August 28-31 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from LA Herald Examiner.

13 33

 Los Angeles: Renewed Leasing Downtown by Karen St. George 1983 December 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from National Real Estate Investor.

13 34

 LA City Council Approves Huge California Plaza Project for Bunker Hill; Work to Start next Fall by Bunker Hill Associates 1982 January 19 

Scope and Contents note

Press release

13 35

 Downtown Los Angeles by Ronald McNees 1990 April 15 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from Southern California Real Estate Journal.

13 36

 Celebrate the "New" Central Library - Opening Festival 1993 October 3 

Scope and Contents note

Brochure

13 37

 Central Library Returns 1994 February 

Scope and Contents note

In Vision magazine (of LAPL?) Vol 2 no 1.

13 38

 Five-Year Implementation Plan of Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1994 October 20 

Scope and Content

This Five-Year Implementation Plan was adopted 1994 October 20.

13 39

 Lost Streets of Bunker Hill by Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris and Gail Sansbury 1995 

Scope and Contents note

Reprint from California History, Winter 1995/96, vol LXXIV no 4, pp 394-407, 448-449.

13 40

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project: Background Materials by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1994 

Scope and Contents note

1) Redevelopment Plan 25 June 1970, 2) Design for Development 6 Jan 1971, 3) Downtown Strategic Plan, Bunker Hill Excerpts Aug 1994.

13 41

 Bunker Hill: Urban Center of the West circa 1972 

Scope and Contents note

brochure

13 42

 Central City Association Annual Report and Information by Central City Association 1983 

Scope and Contents note

folder of materials

13 43

 Urban Transportation in Transition 1972 April 

Scope and Contents note

Special issue of Nation's Cities (vol 10 no 4), magazine of national League of Cities.

13 44

 Parking Issues Affecting the Bunker Hill Redevelopment Program by Barton-Aschman Associates for CRA 1969 July 

13 45

 Improving Public Transportation in Los Angeles by Citizens Advisory Council on Public Transportation 1967 July 

Scope and Contents note

Conclusion: Major improvement needed to supplement autos, should proceed with a known solution and should build a new rapid transit system.

13 46

 Transit Expressway Report by MPC Corporation 1967 February 

Scope and Contents note

Testing and evaluation of the Transit Expressway demonstration project.

13 47

 Westinghouse Transit Expressway by Westinghouse Electric Corp 1966 April 

Scope and Contents note

South Park Allegheny County PA, early people mover prototype.

13 48

 Transportation Aspects of the Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by Barton-Aschman Assoc for I. M. Pei 1964 January 

Scope and Contents note

Street system plan prepared as part of I. M. Pei planning and design contract for Bunker Hill. It later became the street system adopted with the Amended Redevelopment Plan in 1968 and constructed with relatively few modifications.

13 49

 Two Angels on a String: The Story of Angel's Flight by Donald Duke 1958 February 

Scope and Contents note

Copy from Pacific Railway Journal (vol 2 no 5).

13 50

 The Case for the Development of a Grade Intersection at Fourth and Hope Streets by Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall 1962 June 25 

13 51

 Los Angeles Central Business District Transportation Study by Schimpeler-Corradino Assoc, LA Dept of Transportation 1983 December 

Scope and Contents note

Transportation programs to replace the capacity that was lost with the Downtown People Mover Project.

13 52

 Real Estate Development Potential in the Metro Rail Corridor by Economic Research Associates for CRA 1984 March 

Scope and Contents note

To estimate increased real estate value of metro Rail to redevelopment areas.

13 53

 Economic Analysis of Metro Rail Benefit Assessment in Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment agency 1985 February 

13 54

 Real Estate Development Potential in the Metro Rail Corridor by CRA/Economic Research Associates 1984 October 

13 55

 Metro Rail Joint Development Central Business District by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1984 January 

Scope and Contents note

Context and development objectives.

13 56

 Metro Rail Overview by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1984 January 

Scope and Contents note

Metro Rail from CRA downtown perspective.

13 57

 Traffic Impact Analysis for Bunker Hill Parcels K, Q, and W - Draft Report by Barton-Aschman Associates for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1985 October 

13 58

 Dallas Walkways: A Report on a Sheltered Pedestrian System in the Business Center by Vincent Ponte (planner) for City of Dallas 1979 October 

13 59

 Los Angeles Downtown People Mover - Executive Summary by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1980 April 

14 1

 7th Street DPM Retail Concourse by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1979 August 

Scope and Contents note

Application for Federal Assistance from the UMTA Section 3 Urban Initiatives Joint Development Program

14 2

 Application for Federal Assistance: Final Design and Implementation Phase, Los Angeles Downtown People Mover by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1979 March 

14 3

 Parking Management Plan Proposals by the Parking Management Steering Committee 1977 October 

Scope and Contents note

""Recommendations to encourage voluntary reduction of parking supply and encourages use of car-pooling and transit"""

14 4

 Draft Environmental Impact Report - Los Angeles Downtown People Mover Program by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 September 

14 5-6

 Rapid Transit Stations in the LA CBD, Urban Design and Joint Development Studies by Wallace McHarg Roberts and Todd for So Cal RTD 1978 May 

14 7

 Angel's Flight by R. Duell and Associates for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 October 

Scope and Contents note

19 pp, technical report and basic preliminary information"

14 8

 Bunker Hill People Mover Program - Letter to Mayor Tom Bradley by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1974 April 26 

Scope and Contents note

Community Redevelopment Agency response to series of questions and concerns raised by mayor's staff.

14 9

 Bunker Hill People Mover - Progress Report by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1973 December 

14 10

 Bunker Hill People Mover - West Leg Route Selection by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1973 November 30 

Scope and Contents note

Recommends elevated Second Street route over Pacific Electric tunnel route on the basis of cost and service.

14 11

 Bunker Hill People Mover and Peripheral Parking System - Traffic Feasibility Study by VTN Consolidated Inc for Community Redevelopment Agency 1973 November 

Scope and Contents note

""Concludes that both the Eastside and Westside satellite parking facilities are feasible"""

14 12

 Bunker Hill People Mover presentation by VTN Corp and Westinghouse Electric Corp 1973 July 31 

Scope and Contents note

""Proposal to put together a planning concept, business plan, and implementation plan for CRA"""

14 13

 Downtown Distribution Plan - San Bernardino Express Busway by Wilber Smith and Assoc 1973 March 9 

14 14

 Traffic Feasibility Study of the Proposed West and East Peripheral Parking Terminals - Draft by VTN Engineers 1972 August 31 

14 15

 Peripheral Parking Program - Patronage and Revenues - Central City Los Angeles by Wilber Smith and Associates 1973 April 

14 16

 A Peripheral Parking Program - Central City LA - 1972-1980 - Draft Report by Wilber Smith and Associates 1972 March 

14 17

 The People Mover and Peripheral Parking System by John Kincel (Community Redevelopment Agency) 1972 

Scope and Contents note

binder, ""early studies notebook of charts, diagrams, maps"""

14 18-19

 The People Mover - Auxiliary Transit and Satellite Parking System by John Kincel (Community Redevelopment Agency) 1972 

Scope and Contents note

copy of portion of item #450

14 20

 Proposed Central City Elevated Pedway Plan - Staff Report by LA Dept of City Planning 1971 September 

14 21

 Kaiser Engineers 1971 February 

Scope and Contents note

consultant brochure

14 22

 Pacific Electric Tunnel: A Feasibility Study to Develop the Concept of Satellite Parking for the Downtown Area by LA Bureau of Engineering 1971 January 

14 23

 Review of Access Plans for Parcels I, F, and C by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1971 May 

14 24

 Bunker Hill Pedestrian Transport System Alignments and Space Requirements by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 December 

Scope and Contents note

""Alignment of Downtown Auxiliary Rapid Transit (DART) and easement space requirements of Bunker Hill Transportation vehicles"""

14 25

 Proposed Parking Program - Bunker Hill by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 April 

14 26

 Square Foot Cost Averaging Principle for Parking Structures by Richard F. Roti 1970 November 

Scope and Contents note

""costs of self-park parking structures"", publ by National Parking Assoc"

14 27

 Downtown Auxiliary Rapid Transit by Transportation Committee of General Plan Advisory Board 1970 April 

14 28

 Programs for Transportation and Parking - Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 May 

Scope and Contents note

""with Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons design study became the revised transportation plan for Bunker Hill featuring satellite parking and a people mover system"""

14 29

 Proposed People Mover System Developed in Conjunction with Bunker Hill Satellite parking Program by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 April 

14 30

 The Needs and Specifications of a Special Pedestrian Transport System for Bunker Hill by Barton-Aschman Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1969 September 

14 31

 Final Environmental Impact Statement - Downtown People Mover Project by UMTA, US Dept of Transportation 1980 June 

Scope and Contents note

Chapter 4 - Description of proposed action (describes DPM system characteristics

14 32

 System Specification - Volume 1 - Downtown People Mover Project by the City of LA 1980 April 

14 33

 Rideshare - A Guide for Downtown Los Angeles by Central City Assoc of LA, BOMA of LA, Commuter Transportation Services, Inc. for CRA 1987 

15 1

 Status Reports on Transportation in Downtown Los Angeles by the Downtown Strategic Plan Consultant Team (Barton-Aschman, Kaku Assoc, Korve Engineering) 1990 October 

Scope and Contents note

""prepared for LA Downtown Strategic Plan Citizens Advisory Committee"""

15 2

 Break the Evening Gridlock by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987 April 

Scope and Contents note

"Actions to manage traffic on downtown streets.

15 3

 Jobs, Housing and Transportation: The Great Balancing Act by California Planning Roundtable (APA) 1988 October 

Scope and Contents note

""issues paper on California jobs/housing imbalance"""

15 4

 Strategic Actions for Improving Transportation in Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987 April 

Scope and Contents note

Downtown employer and employee transportation survey and actions to improve the transportation system.

15 5

 Downtown Los Angeles: As We Know It and Love It by the Downtown LA Transportation Roundtable / Barton-Aschman Assoc 1989 April 

15 6

 How Much Is Too Much? Parking in Downtown Los Angeles by the Community Redevelopment Agency, Barton-Aschman Assoc 1986 July 

Scope and Contents note

""At issue is the amount of parking that developers are required to provide for new housing projects"""

15 7

 A Guide to the Restoration and Reconstruction of Angel's Flight - The Historic Inclined Railway in Downtown Los Angeles by LA Conservancy 1992 

Scope and Contents note

""fold-out pamphlet for wide distribution"""

15 8

 Parking in Downtown Los Angeles: Its Role in Transportation and Development Policy - White Paper by the Community Redevelopment Agency, Barton-Aschman Assoc 1985 December 7 

Scope and Contents note

""Arguments against the City requiring more than one parking space per 1000 square feet of commercial floor area in downtown"""

15 9

 Summary Draft Report for the Development of Milestone 6: Land Use and Development Questions and Answers by RTD Metro Rail Project 1982 September 

Scope and Contents note

Master plan integration, land use impacts, and development possibilities.

15 10

 Preliminary Draft Report for the Development of Milestone 6: Land Use and Development by RTD Metro Rail Project 1982 September 

15 11

 Preliminary Draft Report for the Development of Milestone 4: Station Location Alternatives by RTD Metro Rail Project 1982 June 

Scope and Contents note

This 4th of 12 milestone reports addresses the location of stations along the 18-mile metro rail route, including the CDB.

15 12

 Preliminary Draft Report for Milestone 3: Route Alignment Alternatives by RTD Metro Rail Project 1982 June 

Scope and Contents note

""This 3rd of 12 milestone reports addresses the route alignment alternatives along the 18-mile metro rail project, including the CDB"

15 13

 Upper Fifth Street traffic analysis memo by Barton-Aschman Assoc 1982 April 26 

Scope and Contents note

Recommended retention of one-block street.

15 14

 Parcel A Bunker Hill traffic impact memo by Barton Aschman Assoc 1982 August 20 

15 15

 Fourth Street - Pedestrian Facilities memo by Barton-Aschman Assoc 1982 June 3 

15 16

 Seventh Street Retail Concourse Pedestrian Study by Wilber Smith and Assoc for the Community Redevelopment Agency 1982 January 

Scope and Contents note

""Proposed connection of four retail blocks and a Downtown People Mover station by pedestrian bridges"""

15 17

 Parking and Traffic Impact Report, California Center and Bunker Hill Residential: Summary of Assumptions and Findings by Barton-Aschman Assoc- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L, M 1981 January 20 

15 18

 Parking and Traffic Impact Report, California Center and Bunker Hill Residential by Barton-Aschman Assoc- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L, M 1981 April 

Scope and Contents note

""Conclusion: full on-site parking impacts on traffic flow acceptable"""

15 19

 Los Angeles Downtown People Mover: Joint Development Opportunities by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 December 

15 20

 Walkways under Plexiglas...A Natural Extension of Man's Living Space by Rohm and Haas Co 1976 

Scope and Contents note

brochure on Plexiglas pedestrian walkway installations

15 21

 CBD / Bunker Hill People Mover System by Wallen Associates 1975 February 

Scope and Contents note

proposed amendment to consulting contract

15 22

 Bunker Hill Pedway - Architectural Graphics Report by John Follis and Assoc 1974 July 

Scope and Contents note

schematic designs and preliminary graphics schedule

15 23

 Central City Elevated Pedway System: Proposed Plan and Staff Report by LA City Planning Department 1971 September 

15 24

 Claim for DPM Work Third Place Tunnel by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1981 August 

Scope and Contents note

""claim for $3.8 million to UMTA for funding to complete the construction of the remaining portions of the Bunker Hill tunnel"" - 2nd copy in carton #11"

15 25-26

 Downtown People Mover Element of the Circulation Distribution System: Executive Summary by LA City 1976 July 30 

Scope and Contents note

proposal for an UMTA grant

15 27

 Downtown People Mover Element of the Circulation Distribution System (grant application) by LA City 1976 July 30 

Scope and Contents note

proposal for an UMTA grant

15 28

 People Mover: West Terminal Parking Site by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1974 July 

Scope and Contents note

""5 maps and report describing preliminary proposals"""

15 29

 Central City Elevated Pedway Proposed Plan (First Phase) by LA Dept of City Planning 1972 March 9 

15 30

 Downtown People Mover Element of the Circulation Distribution System: Application for Federal Assistance by LA City 1977 February 

Scope and Contents note

UMTA grant application

15 31-32

 Los Angeles Bicentennial Monument and Time Capsule at Angel's Flight by LA 2000 Committee 1981 

Scope and Contents note

foldout pamphlet

15 33

 Angel's Flight and Other Funiculars by Ed Strauss 1980 

Scope and Contents note

article from Rail Classics

15 34

 Estimates of Traffic, Revenues and Expenses for the RTD, Appendix B, Final Report by Coverdale and Colpitts 1968 May 

15 35

 Sources of Funds for Financing Rapid Transit (Appendix C), Examination of Alternate Modes of Rapid Transit for the LA Metro Area (Appendix D) - Final Report by Stone & Youngberg, Simpson and Curtin 1968 May 

15 36

 Los Angeles People Mover - A Walk along the Route by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1977 

Scope and Contents note

31-page booklet for PR

15 37

 The Los Angeles Downtown People Mover by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

6-page promotional brochure

16 1

 The Downtown People Mover - Circulation Distribution System by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1976 

Scope and Contents note

foldout promotional brochure

16 2

 Parking and Traffic Impact Report, California Center and Bunker Hill Residential by Barton-Aschman Assoc- Parcel A, E-3, E-4, L, M 1981 February 

16 3

 Central City Pedestrian Study 1971 

Scope and Contents note

inventory lists this for 1982 as ""preliminary draft study"" - same thing??"

16 4

 Carveyor System proposed for the Downtown Los Angeles Area by George Cronk and Samuel E. Lunden 1956 March 9 

Scope and Contents note

reprint from Southwest Builder and Contractor

16 5

 Urban Design Integration - Downtown People Mover by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1978 

16 6

 Metropolitan Structures by Metropolitan Structures commercial developers undated 

Scope and Contents note

brochure describing their projects

16 7

 Transportation for the 21st Century: A Plan for Los Angeles County - Staff Recommendation by LA Metropolitan Transportation Authority 1955 February 15 

16 8

 Robert E. Clark, AIA Architect by Robert E. Clark- Parcel E circa 1974 

Scope and Contents note

resume and portfolio by project architect for Robert E. Alexander, architect for Bunker Hill Towers"

16 9

 Jan Peter Stern, sculptor - biography and artworks (photos) by Jan Peter Stern- Parcel D 1972 

Scope and Contents note

folder

16 10

 Proposal for the Residential Towers Site Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by City Reconstruction Company 1965 March 1 

16 11

 Broadway Historic Theater District - walking tour by the LA Conservancy 1986 

Scope and Contents note

brochure

16 12

 Central City West by Center City West Associates undated 

Scope and Contents note

Central City West specific plan

16 13

 Last Remaining Seats VII by LA Conservancy circa 1984 

Scope and Contents note

""seventh annual series of classic films in historic theaters"" brochure"

16 14

 What Do the Roaring 20's and High-Tech 80's have in Common? undated 

Scope and Contents note

1-pg announcement of ""Spring Renaissance"" week on Spring St, start of Spring St Renewal campaign"

16 15

 Lewitsky at Bunker Hill: A New Home for Dance (Dance Gallery) 1980 

Scope and Contents note

binder w/letters of support, background, photos, economic impact"

16 16

 Office Building Inventory, Downtown Los Angeles 1990 

Scope and Contents note

shows address, size, vacancy, bldg class"

16 17

 CRA State Certification (copy), and city resolution 1959 July 20 

General note

(legal document)

16 18

 Summary of Site Clearance and Improvement Costs for Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1958 September 2 

16 19

 Los Angeles Racquet Club brochure 1975 May 

Scope and Contents note

atop World Trade Center, 333 S Figueroa. Announcement of opening"

16 20

 Security Pacific Bank's New Headquarters Building 1971 April 

Scope and Contents note

small brochure

16 21

 Developments 70 by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 October 

Scope and Contents note

small brochure about projects

16 22

 Security Pacific National Bank - Quarterly Report 1971 March 31 

Scope and Contents note

small brochure includes announcement of beginning of construction

16 23

 Bunker Hill Towers sales information circa 1976 

Scope and Contents note

floor plans, prices, fact sheet, news clippings, photos, ""The View from the Hill"" (3 copies) sales brochure"

16 24

 Historic Core Fact Sheet undated 

Scope and Contents note

3 pages

16 25

 Spring Times by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1988 Spring 

Scope and Contents note

Issue 1, newsletter for ""Greening of Spring Street"" redevelopment"

16 26

 South Park: News of Downtown's Neighborhood by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1987 March 16 

Scope and Contents note

Issue II

16 27

 South Park: News of Downtown's Neighborhood by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1988 Summer 

Scope and Contents note

Issue V

16 28

 Existing Land use map of South park by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

small map

16 29

 Bunker Hill Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency- Parcel G 1968 June 

Scope and Contents note

packet of info, solicitation for offers, maps: vicinity, site and disposition maps"

16 30

 Architectural Record 12 1980 December 

Scope and Contents note

feature articles on urban centers

16 31

 Los Angeles: Host City 1984 Olympic Games map by Atlantic Richfield 1982 

Scope and Contents note

map

16 32

 Downtown Los Angeles: Discover the Heart of the City of Angels by Community Redevelopment Agency and Downtown Marketing Council 1994 

Scope and Contents note

map/brochure

16 33

 Angels Walk - Bunker Hill/Historic Core District by Community Redevelopment Agency, LA Dept Trans, Maguire Partners, MTA 1997 

Scope and Contents note

48-page brochure, ""transit and walking districts of historic LA"""

16 34

 Land Use map of downtown by Coldwell Banker 1965 February 

Scope and Contents note

about 18x24 inches

16 35

 Commercial Real Estate - Downtown News Quarterly Report on Downtown LA 1993 May 10 

16 36

 Downtown Strategic Plan Study: LA City Council Districts and Rail Transit Lines (map) by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1991 October 

Scope and Contents note

map

16 37

 FILE: Angel's Flight by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1956-1996 

Scope and Contents note

Contains materials about re-opening of Angel's Flight in 1996, press releases, duplicates of some materials contained elsewhere in this collection, photocopies of photos, interview transcripts, misc.

16 38-39

 BINDER: Pre-1950's undated 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white 8x10 photos (4), highway interchange model.

16 40

 BINDER: 1960's undated 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white 8x10 photos (10 aerial, 3 surface parking lots, 10 models/artist's conception, 8 misc BH).

16 41

 BINDER: 1970's undated 

Scope and Contents note

8x10 photos (some color) (7 various models, 2 mock-ups of People Mover showing City Hall and Pershing Square, 4 aerial of BH Project from different directions).

16 42

 BINDER: 1980's undated 

Scope and Contents note

Photos of various size (27 models and plans, 8 aerials of BH and downtown).

16 43

 BINDER: Angels Flight undated 

Scope and Contents note

B and white 8x10 photos (15) before dismantling.

16 44

 FILE: Tentative Disposition Plan - BH Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1960 May 25 

16 45

 FILE: Early Project Boundary Map by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1958 May 

16 46

 FILE: Early Site Plan BH Redevelopment Project undated 

16 47

 FILE: Survey Plat Map BH Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1962 March 26 

Scope and Contents note

Revised 13 July 1962, for Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall.

16 48

 FILE: Design Suggestion undated 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 49

 FILE: Grading and Storm Drains by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 50

 FILE: Detail of Contour Map (Fifth Street?) undated 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 51

 FILE: "Scheme 10" (Fourth Street grading?) by Daniel, Mann, Johnson, Mendenhall undated 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 52

 FILE: Existing Land Uses for BH by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1957 December 

Scope and Contents note

One reproducible, one copy.

16 53

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 1 of 2 by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

One reproducible, one copy.

16 54

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 2 of 2 by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 55

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 1 of 4 by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

One reproducible, one copy.

16 56

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 2 of 4 by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 57

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 3 of 4 by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

One reproducible, 7 copies.

16 58

 FILE: Proposed Land Use Plan for BH - 4 of 4 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Reproducible.

16 59

 FILE: Disposition Maps for BH Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1976 October 

Scope and Contents note

Revisions: Oct 76, Aug 77 (2 copies), Jan 79, Apr 81 (2), Mar 82, May 83, Oct 86.

16 60

 FILE: Illustrative Development Plans for BH Redevelopment Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1979 May 

Scope and Contents note

Revisions: May 79, Jan 81 (agency model photo), Apr 81, May 82 (4).

16 61

 FILE: Aerial Photos by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1976 November 

Scope and Contents note

Nov 76 (2) and Apr 79 (4)

16 62

 FILE: Various maps and models undated 

Scope and Contents note

City East Housing (SROs and Transitional), Seventh St Concourse (1979), aerial photos and models, LA Redevelopment Areas, Downtown Strategic Plan (1990), CBD redevelopment (1975), BH Pedestrian circulation (1976 & 1979), CDB planning areas (1991) and more.

16 63

 Yukio Kawaratani business card undated 

16 64

 FILE: Ephemera undated 

16 65

 A Peripheral Parking Program - Central City Los Angeles by Wilber Smith and Assoc for LA Board of parking Commissioners 1972 May 

Scope and Contents note

Recommended a peripheral parking plan with a people mover system.

17 1
Box Binder

 Skidmore Owings and Merrill project portfolio by Skidmore Owings and Merrill 1979 

Scope and Contents note

photographs of major projects, leather cover"

17 2
Box Folder

 The Consultants Four Seasons Hotels portfolio submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 3.

17 3

 Los Angeles Central Library: Maguire Partners Proposal prepared by Barton Myers Associates 1981 October 

17 4

 1000 Wilshire Building prepared by Langdon, Wilson, Mumper circa 1970 

Scope and Contents note

project description, plans and elevations, model photographs, master plan and phasing"

17 5

 FILE: Plans and Models undated 

Scope and Contents note

Various sizes: I.M. Pei, Solomon & Cordwell, Michael Graves, Arthur Erickson, Albert C. Martin, Welton Becket Assoc, Cesar Pelli, Cabot Cabot & Forbes, South Park Assoc, Gruen, Ogren Juarez & Givas/Dworsky.

17 6

 FILE: Plans and Models (unidentified) undated 

17 7

 FILE: CRA Redevelopment Project locations by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

81-84 (2), 1986 (3), nd (1)

17 8

 FILE: Property Map, Final Project Report for BH Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1960 

Scope and Contents note

Revisions through 1960, shows private/public ownership, block and parcel numbers.

17 9

 Study Model of the BH Urban Renewal Project by the Community Redevelopment Agency undated 

Scope and Contents note

8x10 photo on cover.

17 10
Box Binder

 Maguire Partnership project portfolio 1977 

Scope and Contents note

Photographs of 3 LA office projects, leather cover.

17 11
Box Folder

 The Sheraton Grande - Parcel C by MAT Associates/Maxwell Starkman AIA and Associates 1980 

Scope and Contents note

Preliminary design drawings and schematic specifications.

18 1

 Bunker Hill Los Angeles Development Information prepared by Solomon Cordwell and Associates- Parcel E 1965 

Scope and Contents note

Development and design proposal.

18 2

 Security Pacific Plaza, Los Angeles: A Blending of Advantages- Parcel I 1975 September 

Scope and Contents note

Supplement to Security Pacific News.

18 3

 California Center by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Proposal / joint venture of Cadillac Fairview/CA Inc, Goldrich Kent and Assoc, Shapell Govt Hsg, 80 pp.

18 4

 BH Associates: California Center by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Boxed set 4: Proposal / joint venture of Cadillac Fairview/CA Inc, Goldrich Kent and Assoc, Shapell Govt Hsg, 80 pp (duplicates of item #116).

18 5-6

 BH Associates: California Center by BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Boxed set 4: Supplemental Report to proposal.

18 7

 The Architects:The Architecture of Arthur Erickson submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1975 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 1.

18 8

 The Architects: Arthur Erickson Associates Limited catalog submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1977 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 1.

18 9

 Developers: Affirmative Action program submitted by Bunker Hill Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1980 February 29  

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 2.

18 10

 Developers: Shapell Industries packet of brochures and reports BH Associates- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 2.

18 11

 Developers: Goldrich Kest and Associates packet of brochures and reports BH Associates: The Developers- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

Removed from box set 2.

18 12
Box

 Angel's Flight oil painting by Momo G. Shibukawa 1938 

Scope and Contents note

Oil on canvas, stretched, no frame, 20x24 inches.

19

 Angels Flight photograph undated 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 16x20 inches, mounted on black foamcore, inventory date of 1925 is incorrect, photo also in TICOR collection, dated 1910 which is perhaps too early.

19

 Angeles Plaza sketch: Bunker Hill Senior Citizen Housing by Daniel L. Dworksey and Associates 1979 

Scope and Contents note

Inked sketch of project, 19x25 inches, mounted, no framing.

19

 Bunker Hill proposed Park/Museum/Angels Flight drawing 1978 

Scope and Contents note

Colored sketch of proposed park at top of Bunker Hill, 15x19 inches, mounted on black foamcore.

19

 Downtown LA, oblique aerial photograph, looking northeast at Bunker Hill and downtown 1967 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 16x19 inches, black foamcore mounting.

19

 Photo of produce market (?), downtown high-rises in background undated 

Scope and Contents note

6x17 color panorama, mounted on board, 1990s.

20

 [created] Monterey Hills Redevelopment Project map by CRA of LA undated 

20

 Bunker Hill Steps - watercolor undated 

Scope and Contents note

12x19.5, matted.

20

 Plan Sections and Parking - Bunker Hill Renewal Project by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

6 pages, 18x24 inches.

20

 Preliminary Sketch Studies - Bunker Hill Renewal Project by Pereira & Luckman 1958 

Scope and Contents note

20 pages, 18x24 inches.

20

 Trees for Bunker Hill by Eckbo, Dean, Austin & Williams 1968 

Scope and Contents note

Large portfolio of mounted photographs of recommended trees.

21
Box Folder

 Moving People in Los Angeles - A Summary Report of the Los Angeles Circulation / Distribution program 1977 June 

Scope and Contents note

A key public oriented documentation of the Downtown People Mover Project up to and including 22 Dec 1976 Dept of Transportation selection of LA as grant recipient.

22 1-2

 Bunker Hill: Symbol of the Urban West by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1970 

Scope and Contents note

Brochure, photographs by Julius Shulman.

22 3

 Central City Los Angeles 1972/1990 - Preliminary General Development Plan by the Committee for Central City Planning and Wallace, McHarg, Roberts and Todd, consultants 1972 

Scope and Contents note

bound copy, same as item #284?"

22 4

 [created] Metro Rail Joint Development- Central Business District by the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) of Los Angeles and the Southern California Rapid Transit District (SCRTD) 1984 January 

22 5
Box

 Master Plans - Los Angeles California City Planning Commission 1948 - Community Redevelopment 1948 

Scope and Contents note

48 pages, 18x24.

20
Box Folder

 Bunker Hill Transportation Report by Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall for Community Redevelopment Agency 1969 February 13 

22 6

 California Plaza Los Angeles, Phase 2 by Arthur Erickson Architects, WZMH Group- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 1987 May 28 

Scope and Contents note

master plan provisions for events

22 7

 Technical Summary Upper Hill Development Parcel, Bunker Hill by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1971 June 

Scope and Contents note

various maps and plans for site, market demand analysis"

22 8

 System Specification, Volume 2 for the Downtown People Mover by LA City 1980 April 

22 9

 Status of Development Projects: Bunker Hill, Little Tokyo and CBD Redevelopment Projects by the Community Redevelopment Agency 1989 July 

Scope and Contents note

3-pg brochure

22 10

 Downtown Access map 1987 November 23 

Scope and Contents note

downtown street map, things to do, DASH shuttle route"

22 11

 Commercial Real Estate - Downtown News Spring 1997 Special Report 1997 March 24 

Scope and Contents note

Downtown News section pp 11-22

22 12

 Museum Towers- Parcel R, S, T, U, Y-1 undated 

Scope and Contents note

leasing brochure

22 13

 Bunker Hill Square by Connecticut General Life and Galbreath-Ruffin Corp- Parcel D 1965 

Scope and Contents note

office leasing brochure (oversize pamphlet)

22 14

 Hill Street Metro Planning Assessment by RTD and the Community Redevelopment Agency 1992 

Scope and Contents note

""design and planning opportunities around Hill Street Metro Rail Stations, 15 oversize pages with color Xerox designs"""

22 15

 Bonaventure Hotel (?) cut away view undated 

Scope and Contents note

Mounted on board 12x17.

22 16

 FILE: Grand Hope Park drawing and plan by Lawrence Halprin 1988 

22 17
Box

 Railroad spikes undated 

Scope and Contents note

From old Angel's Flight location??

23

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Series 2:  Photographs 1961-1993 

Arrangement

Original order was kept in organizing this series and original folder titles and labels were used to describe the photographs.

Box Folder

 FILE: Downtown LA aerial photos by Western Economic Research Company 1968 

Scope and Contents note

11x17; 1968, 1977, 1981, 1984, 1986, 1989 (bldgs identified).

22 18
Box

 MISC PHOTO undated 

Scope and Contents note

5 rolls of 35 mm negatives (I.M. Pei models 3/15/63; dem 39 & 40 4/24/64; dem 41, 43, 45, 46 1/26/65; dem 49-51 7/26/65; dem 50-51 12/20/65), 6 polaroid slides (subj??), 1 5x7 negative of model, 1 5x7 and 22 4x5 negs (unidentified).

24
Box Folder

 Demolition 2 1961 December 13-26   20 photos

25 1
Box Folder

 BH 5-1 1961 December 15   4 photos

25 1

 BH 5-1 1961 December 26   1 photo

25 1

 BH 7-3, 916 W 1st 1961 December 15   1 photo

25 1

 BH 7-3 1961 December 26   1 photo

25 1

 BH 12-5, 231 S Bunker Hill Ave 1961 December 13   2 photos

25 1

 BH 12-5, 231 S Bunker Hill Ave 1961 December 26   1 photo

25 1

 BH 13-10 1961 December 13   3 photos

25 1

 BH 13-10 1961 December 26   1 photo

25 1

 BH 14-5 1961 December 13   3 photos

25 1

 BH 14-5, 212-220-222 Grand Ave 1961 December 26   3 photos

25 1

 Demolition 7 1962 May 15   1 photo

25 2
Box Folder

 350 Clay St 1962 May 15   1 photo

25 2

 Demolition 18 1962 October 5- December 3   41 photos

25 3
Box Folder

 BH 6-13, 113 S Flower 1962 October 5   6 photos

25 3

 BH 7-19, 117 S Flower 1962 October 5   5 photos

25 3

 BH 8-1, 916-922, 924 W 3rd 1962 November 1   8 photos

25 3

 BH 13-9, 256 S Bunker Hill Ave 1962 November 1   2 photos

25 3

 BH 13-9, 605 W 3rd 1962 November 19   3 photos

25 3

 BH 13-9, 256 S Bunker Hill Ave 1962 November 19   4 photos

25 3

 BH 15-12, 413-423 W 3rd 1962 October 5   5 photos

25 3

 BH 20-3, 311 S Grand Ave 1962 November 19   7 photos

25 3

 BH 20-3, 311 S Grand Ave 1962 December 3   1 photo

25 3

 Demolition 20 1962 December 3 - 1964 February 19   35 photos

25 4
Box Folder

 BH 8-1, 205 S Figueroa 1962 December 3   1 photo

25 4

 BH 9-9, 254 S Figueroa 1962 December 3   6 photos

25 4

 BH 9-9, ["basement"] 1964 February 19   3 photos

25 4

 BH 9-19, 234-238 S Figueroa 1962 December 3   6 photos

25 4

 BH 9-19 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 4

 BH 10-9, 719-733 W 3rd 1962 December 3   6 photos

25 4

 BH 10-9, ["rear wing demolition"] 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 4

 BH 24-1, 904 W 3rd 1962 December 3   4 photos

25 4

 BH 24-1, ["demolition"] 1963 May 14   7 photos

25 4

 Demolition 21 1962 December 3   6 photos

25 5
Box Folder

 BH 23-1, 800-804-808 W 3rd 1962 December 3   4 photos

25 5

 BH 23-1, 309 S Flower 1962 December 3   2 photos

25 5

 Demolition 23 1962 December 3 - 1963 December 3   19 photos

25 6
Box Folder

 BH 17-1, 301-307 S Hill 1962 December 3   8 photos

25 6

 BH 17-1, 301-307 S Hill 1963 February 4   4 photos

25 6

 BH 17-1, 301 S Hill 1963 May 2 (?)   1 photo

25 6

 BH 17-1, [excavation below ground level] 1963 December 3   6 photos

25 6

 Demolition 24 1962 February 26 - 1963 May 14   33 photos

25 7
Box Folder

 BH 5-19, 127 & 131 1/2 S Hope 1963 February 4   4 photos

25 7

 BH 6-9, 129 S Flower 1963 February 4   3 photos

25 7

 BH 6-9, 129 S Flower 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 7

 BH 14-7, 228 S Grand Ave 1963 February 4   3 photos

25 7

 BH 14-13, 501 W 3rd 1963 February 4   2 photos

25 7

 BH 14-13, 501 W 3rd 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-6, 724-728 W 3rd 1963 February 4   3 photos

25 7

 BH 22-6, 308 S Flower 1963 February 4   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-6, 306-308 S Flower 1963 March 1   2 photos

25 7

 BH 22-9, 322 S Flower 1963 May 14   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-8 & 9, [sidewalk] 1963 February 4   2 photos

25 7

 BH 22-10, 300 block of Flower 1963 February 4   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-10, 300 block of Flower 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-11, 330 S Flower 1963 February 4   1 photo

25 7

 BH 22-11, 330 S Flower 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 7

 BH 2214 1962 February 26   1 photo

25 7

 BH 2214, 356 S Flower ["gasoline tank excavation"] 1963 May 14   1 photo 1

25 7

 BH 23-10, 346-356 S Figueroa 1963 February 4   3 photos

25 7

 BH 23-10, 346 S Figueroa 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 7

 Demolition 25 1963 February 4 - August 5   36 photos and 2 negatives

25 8
Box Folder

 BH 7-15, 905-911 W 2nd 1963 February 4   1 photo

25 8

 BH 7-15, 905-911 W 2nd 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 8

 BH 8-8, 211-215 1/2 S Figueroa 1963 February 4   3 photos

25 8

 BH 13-9, 255-259 S Grand Ave 1963 February 4   2 photos

25 8

 BH 13-9, 255-259 S Grand Ave 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 8

 BH 13-9, 255-259 S Grand Ave undated   5 photos

25 8

 BH 14-13, 501 W 3rd 1963 February 4   1 photo

25 8

 BH 14-13, 501 W 3rd 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 8

 BH 17-19, 353-355 S Hill 1963 February 4   4 photos

25 8

 BH 17-19, 353-355 S Hill ["dem complete"] 1963 May 14   1 photo

25 8

 BH 17-19, 353-355 S Hill 1963 August 5   2 photos

25 8

 BH 17-19, 353-355 S Hill undated   1 photo

25 8

 BH 18-5, 322-324 & 326-328 S Olive 1963 February 4   6 photos

25 8

 BH 18-6, 330-322 & 334-336 S Olive, 333 S Clay 1963 February 4   5 photos

25 8

 BH 18-6, 334-336 S Olive 1963 February 5   1 photo

25 8

 BH 18-6, 333 S Clay 1963 March 1   1 photo

25 8

 Demolition 26 1963 March 1- August 2   27 photos

25 9
Box Folder

 BH 13-4, 218-220 S Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   1 photo

25 9

 BH 13-7, 244-246 S Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   5 photos

25 9

 BH 17-6, 316 S Clay [bldg condition] 1963 March 1   5 photos

25 9

 BH 17-6, 316 S Clay 1963 May 14   1 photo

25 9

 BH 17-6, Clay St 1963 August 2   1 photo

25 9

 BH 17-6 1965 March 11   4 photos

25 9

 BH 19-4, 300-304 S Grand Ave 1963 May 14   5 photos

25 9

 BH 22-19, 333 S Hope 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 9

 BH 23-3, 818-820 1/2 W 3rd 1963 May 14   3 photos

25 9

 Demolition 27 1963 March 1- 1964 March 9   19 photos

25 10
Box Folder

 BH 7-17, 133 S Figueroa 1963 May 14   4 photos

25 10

 BH 9-18, 219 S Flower 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 10

 BH 12-1, 201-205 & 207 S Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   4 photos

25 10

 BH 12-1, Hope and 2nd Sts 1963 March 1   3 photos

25 10

 BH 12-1, [Hope and 2nd Sts] 1964 March 9   1 photo

25 10

 BH 27-6, 447 S Hope 1963 May 14   3 photos

25 10

 BH 27-6, 447 S Hope 1963 July 10   1 photo

25 10

 BH 27-6, [excavation] 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 10

 Demolition 28 1963 May 14 - August 2   12 photos

25 11
Box Folder

 BH 17-21, 339-343 S Hill 1963 May 14   5 photos

25 11

 BH 17-22, 333-337 S Hill 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 11

 BH 19-5, 300 block S Grand Ave 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 11

 BH 22-1, 702 W 3rd 1963 August 2   3 photos

25 11

 Demolition 29 1963 May 14 - July 10   44 photos

25 12
Box Folder

 BH 7-5, 900 block W 1st ["removals only"] 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 12

 BH 7-6, 924 W 1st 1963 May 14   3 photos

25 12

 BH 7-7, 900 block W 1st 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 12

 BH 7-10, 122 S Fremont 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 12

 BH 7-11, 126 & 128 S Fremont 1963 May 14   5 photos

25 12

 BH 7-10 & 11, 124 & 128 S Fremont 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 12

 BH 12-3, 221 S Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   8 photos

25 12

 BH 12-10, 200 block of Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   2 photos

25 12

 BH 20-3, 310 S Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 14   6 photos

25 12

 BH 22-18, 337-341 S Hope 1963 May 14   5 photos

25 12

 BH 22-18, ["dem. activity"] 1963 July 10   1 photo

25 12

 BH 22-22, 321-323 S Hope 1963 May 14   6 photos

25 12

 Demolition 30 1963 July 10   12 photos

25 13
Box Folder

 BH 9-12, 805-817 W 3rd 1963 July 10   4 photos

25 13

 BH 10-8, 236 S Flower 1963 July 10   4 photos

25 13

 BH 22-13, 340-346 S Flower 1963 July 10   4 photos

25 13

 Demolition 31 1963 July 10   5 photos

25 14
Box Folder

 BH 16-5, 231 S Hill 1963 July 10   2 photos

25 14

 BH 25-5, 427-429 S Figueroa 1963 July 10   3 photos

25 14

 Demolition 32 1963 July 10   16 photos

25 15
Box Folder

 BH 514, 719-721 W 3rd 1963 July 10   3 photos

25 15

 BH 18-8, 344 S Olive & 345 Clay St 1963 July 10   8 photos

25 15

 BH 22-7, 312 S Flower 1963 July 10   1 photo

25 15

 BH 2414, 307-311 S Figueroa 1963 July 10   4 photos

25 15

 Demolition 33 1963 October 28   15 photos

25 16
Box Folder

 BH 1414, 251 S Olive 1963 October 28   5 photos

25 16

 BH 22-4, 712 W 3rd 1963 October 28   3 photos

25 16

 BH 22-5, 720-722 W 3rd 1963 October 28   5 photos

25 16

 BH 22-4 & 5, Flower and 3rd Sts 1963 October 28   2 photos

25 16

 Demolition 34 1963 October 28 - 1964 March 9   12 photos

25 17
Box Folder

 BH 25-2, 913-915 W 5th 1963 October 28   2 photos

25 17

 BH 25-2, 5th St 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 17

 BH 25-3, 905-911 W 5th 1963 October 28   2 photos

25 17

 BH 25-3, Figueroa and 5th Sts 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 17

 BH 25-3 1964 March 9   5 photos

25 17

 BH 25-2 & 3 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 17

 Demolition 35 1963 October 31 - 1964 April   32 photos

25 18
Box Folder

 BH 9-13, 247-251 S Flower 1964 January 16   5 photos

25 18

 BH 9-13, [from a distance] 1964 April   1 photo

25 18

 BH 11-1, 708 2nd 1964 January 16   7 photos

25 18

 BH 24-11, 339-341 Figueroa 1964 January 16   2 photos

25 18

 BH 26-9 1964 February   1 photo

25 18

 BH 26-10, 458 Figueroa 1963 October 31   4 photos

25 18

 BH 26-10, [458] Figueroa 1964 February   6 photos

25 18

 BH 26-12 & 13, 433 Flower 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 18

 BH 26-12 & 13, 433-437 Flower 1964 January 16   2 photos

25 18

 BH 26-12 & 13, [433-437 Flower] 1964 February   2 photos

25 18

 BH 26-11 1964 January 16   1 photo

25 18

 Demolition 36 1963 October 31 - 1964 March 4   12 photos

25 19
Box Folder

 BH 8-2, Vicinity of Figueroa, 2nd, Fremont and 3rd 1963 October 31   1 photo

25 19

 BH 8-2, Vicinity of Figueroa, 2nd, Fremont and 3rd 1964 March 4   11 photos

25 19

 Demolition 37 1964 March 4   11 photos

25 20
Box Folder

 BH 15-9, Clay and Olive Sts [Blackstone Apts?] 1964 March 4   11 photos

25 20

 Demolition 38 1964 M arch 4 - April   38 photos

25 21
Box Folder

 BH 7-4, 1st St 1964 March 4   3 photos

25 21

 BH 7-4 1964 April   2 photos

25 21

 BH 7-12, Fremont 1964 March 4   3 photos

25 21

 BH 14-1, Olive and 2nd 1964 March 4   6 photos

25 21

 BH 14-19 1964 March 4   1 photo

25 21

 BH 14-20, Olive 1964 March 4   8 photos

25 21

 BH 17-27, 328, 338, 340 Clay 1964 March 4   15 photos

25 21

 Demolition 39 1964 April   15 photos

25 22
Box Folder

 BH 22-21 1964 April   5 photos

25 22

 BH 26-11 1964 April   3 photos

25 22

 BH 27-8 1964 April   7 photos

25 22

 Demolition 40 1964 April - August 28   29 photos

25 23
Box Folder

 BH 20-5, [Stevens Apts] 1964 April   9 photos

25 23

 BH 21-3 1964 April   7 photos

25 23

 BH 21-3, Bunker Hill Ave 1964 April 23   1 photo

25 23

 no site number 1964 August 28   12 photos

25 23

 Demolition 41 1965 January 26   3 photos

25 24
Box Folder

 ["17-15, 20"] 1965 January 26   3 photos

25 24

 Demolition 42 1964 April   2 photos

25 25
Box Folder

 BH 12-1 1964 April   2 photos

25 25

 Demolition 43 1965 January 26   10 photos

25 26
Box Folder

 BH 17-6 1965 January 26   7 photos

25 26

 BH 17-23 1965 January 26   2 photos

25 26

 BH 17-24 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 26

 Demolition 45 1965 January 26   2 photos

25 27
Box Folder

 BH 23-2 1965 January 26   2 photos

25 27

 Demolition 46 1965 January 26   19 photos

25 28
Box Folder

 BH 5-10, [residence] 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 28

 BH 9-16, [residence] 1965 January 26   2 photos

25 28

 BH 10-2 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 28

 BH 13-6, [residence] 1965 January 26   2 photos

25 28

 BH 14-11, [residence] 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 28

 BH 15-5 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 28

 BH 19-3 1965 January 26   4 photos

25 28

 BH 21-2 1965 January 26   6 photos

25 28

 BH 21-4 1965 January 26   1 photo

25 28

 Demolition 47 1965 July 26   3 photos

25 29
Box Folder

 BH 12-1 1965 July 26   3 photos

25 29

 Demolition 48 1965 May 6 - July 26   9 photos

25 30
Box Folder

 BH 19-9, [Grand Ave and 3rd] 1965 May 6   2 photos

25 30

 BH 19-9 1965 July 26   1 photo

25 30

 BH 22-17 1965 May 14   2 photos

25 30

 BH 22-17 1965 July 26   4 photos

25 30

 Demoliton 49 1965 July 26 - December 20   19 photos

25 31
Box Folder

 BH 5-13, [residence and garage] 1965 July 26   2 photos

25 31

 BH 12-7, [residence] 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 31

 BH 19-1 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 31

 BH 19-19 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 31

 BH 20-12 1965 July 26   8 photos

25 31

 BH 21-5, [residence] 1965 July 26   3 photos

25 31

 Hope St 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 31

 Cinnibar St 1965 December 20   2 photos

25 31

 Demolition 50 1965 May 14 - December 20   3 photos

25 32
Box Folder

 BH 14-10, [Grand Ave and 2nd] 1965 May 14   2 photos

25 32

 BH 19-19 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 32

 Demolition 51 1965 December 20   2 photos

25 33
Box Folder

 BH 12-6, [residence] 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 33

 BH 12-8, [residence] 1965 December 20   1 photo

25 33

 Demolition 52 1965 July 26   1 photo

25 34
Box Folder

 ["20, 8, 9"] [residence] 1965 July 26   1 photo

25 34

 No Demolition Numbers, Site Numbers Only #1 1962-1965   27 photos

25 35
Box Folder

 BH 6-7, 4th St viaduct (Bunker Hill Ave) 1962 March   5 photos 5

25 35

 BH 6-8 1965 May 14   1 photo 1

25 35

 BH 9-10 1965 May 14   3 photos 3

25 35

 BH 9-14 1963 May 22   3 photos 3

25 35

 BH 12-2 1965 May 6   4 photos 4

25 35

 BH 12-2 1965 May 14   5 photos 5

25 35

 BH 13-5, 233 S Grand Ave 1963 May 10   1 photo 1

25 35

 BH 13-5, 232 Bunker Hill Ave 1963 May 10   1 photo 1

25 35

 BH 15-4 1965 May 6   2 photos 2

25 35

 BH 15-4 1965 May 14   2 photos 2

25 35

 No Demolition Numbers, Site Numbers Only #2 1961-1965   22 photos

25 36
Box Folder

 BH 15-11 1961 December 1   4 photos 4

25 36

 BH 18-1 1963 April 24   1 photo 1

25 36

 BH 19-16, [The Ems] 1965 May 14   1 photo 2

25 36

 BH 21-1 1965 May 11   7 photos 7

25 36

 BH 21-8, Interiors: "Bunker Hill House 2nd floor" 1963 April 11   3 photos 3

25 36

 BH 23-13 October 22   2 photos 6

25 36

 BH 23-14 October 22   1 photo 1

25 36

 BH 23-15 October 22   2 photos

25 36

 BH 23-22 October 22   1 photo

25 36

 No Demolition or Site Number #1 1962 January   14 photos

26 1
Box Folder

 [looks like all BH area] 1962 January   14 photos 18

26 1

 No Demolition or Site Number #2 1963 September   12 photos

26 2
Box Folder

 "Shots of Beacon Street Area" 1963 September   12 photos 12

26 2

 No Demolition or Site Number #3 1962 May 2-1969 December 9   46 photos

26 3
Box Folder

 339 S Bunker Hill Ave 1962 May 2   1 photo 1

Taken from back of photo

Norm, These are to make sure this building doesn't get torn down. Please keep for your files. 5/10/62 initials: DJB

26 3

 "View from County Court House, 1st and Grand" 2 photos attached for panorama scene 1962 September 13   1 photo 1

26 3

 "View n'ly from hotel roof at 2nd and Figueroa" initials(?) 1962 September 13   1 photo 1

26 3

 "View e'ly from Boylston s/o 2nd St" initials(?) 1962 September 13   1 photo 1

26 3

 "Storm damage from storm of Feb 9 & 10, 1963 - photos taken by Lee Vose and Al Levy" [on Figueroa, Clay, Olive, 3rd, Bunker Hill] 1963 February 11   12 photos 12

26 3

 3rd and Figueroa 1963 May 14   2 photos 2

26 3

 [Untitled] 1963 October 31   9 photos 10

26 3

 [Untitled] 1964 March 24   7 photos 7

26 3

 Cleveland @ Union Pacific 6th & Olive 1965 January 26   2 photos 2

26 3

 "1st day of Hauling - Tom M Hess Inc - 25 trucks, 1 Loader" 1969 March 19   2 photos 2

26 3

 [Election campaign signs?] "Figueroa St - 4/5th on Electrolier [?]" 1969 March 28   1 photo 1

26 3

 "Flower St - 4th/5th - New Pole (Electrolier) (Fixture not ?)" 1969 March 28   1 photo 1

26 3

 "Figueroa St @ 4th or 5th on Bridge / Electrolier" 1969 April 1   4 photos 4

26 3

 [Untitled] 1969 December 9   2 photos 2

26 3

 No Demolition or Site Number #4 1973-1981   36 photos

26 4
Box Folder

 "Tree wells being installed Grand Ave and 1st St" ["GN to Pier 1"] 1973 August 27   7 photos 7

26 4

 "T1-BH-DEM-1 Ret. Wall to Remain" 1981 February 26   2 photos 2

26 4

 "T1-BH-DEM-1 Hill St Sidewalk Area" 1981 February 26   1 photo 1

26 4

 "T1-BH-DEM-1 Fill Site for Phase II, SCH." 1981 February 26   1 photo 1

26 4

 "T1-BH-DEM-1 Site of Proposed Multi-Story Garage Structure, Hill s/o 2nd St" 1981 February 26   2 photos 2

26 4

 "T1-BH-DEM-1" 1981 February 26   1 photo 1

26 4

 Photos of the last riders [Angels Flight] undated   21 photos 21

26 4

 "Southwest corner of Hill and 2nd St view west" - 4 x 5 photo undated   1 photo 1

26 4

 Unidentified Photos #1 undated   46 photos

26 5
Box Folder

 Various demolition scenes, wrecking ball, overturned tractor undated   25 photos 25

26 5

 Preserving / Moving houses undated   12 photos 12

26 5

 Alternative models for Hope / Flower and 4th St. interchange undated   9 photos 9

26 5

 Unidentified Photos #2 Undated   21 photos

26 6
Box Folder

 [Various] undated   18 photos 23

26 6

 Angels Flight undated   1 photo 1

26 6

 Old Houses undated   2 photos 2

26 6

 Unidentified Photos #3 Undated   30 photos

26 7
Box Folder

 Aerial b/w photos undated   30 photos 30

26 7

 Unidentified Photos #4 Undated   15 photos

26 8
Box Folder

 Color (DWP building in several scenes) - [negatives included] undated   15 photos 15

26 8

 Slides #1 Undated   74 slides

26 9
Box Folder

 "BH MISC" Box 1 / #1 of 2 undated   20 slides 20

26 9

 "BH MISC" Box 1 / #2 of 2 undated   9 slides 9

26 9

 "BH MISC" Box 2 / WBE ANGELS FLIGHT undated   18 slides 18

26 9

 "MISC Bunker Hill Box 3 / #1 of 2 undated   20 slides 20

26 9

 "MISC Bunker Hill Box 3 / #2 of 2 undated   7 slides 7

26 9

 Slides #2 1961-1963   70 slides

26 10
Box Folder

 "I. M. Pei Chart and Models of 5/29/63", "May 27th Pei Charts and Models" 1963 June 3   20 slides 20

26 10

 "I. M. Pei" / #1 of 2 1963 January   19 slides 19

26 10

 "I. M. Pei" / #2 of 2 1963 January   4 slides 4

26 10

 Bunker Hill Model Circa 1961   12 slides 12

26 10

 Temple Project 1962   15 slides 15

26 10
Oversize

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph, looking south, over Bunker Hill, freeway interchanges 1965 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white photograph, 32x40 inches, in small black frame, damaged and repaired with tape.

1

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph by Lloyd De Mers Air Views 1982 January 20 

Scope and Contents note

Color photo, 30x39 inche4s, mounted on masonite, shows Bunker Hill high rise construction.

2

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph - Major Buildings Construction Period by Western Economic Research Company 1987 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 32x46 inches, mounted on white board, photo by Brewster Pacific Corp taken 22 Aug 1986. Image shows proposed and under construction, and dates of previous construction.

3

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph - Unused Development Rights Western Economic Research Company 1987 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 32x46 inches, mounted on white board, photo by Brewster Pacific Corp, taken 22 Aug 1986, shows parking lots and structures, TDRs available.

4

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph by Western Economic Research Company 1990 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 32x46 inches, mounted on white board, photo by Brewster Pacific Corp, taken 22 Sept 1989, shows redevelopment boundaries and constructed and planned bldgs, current to Apr 1990, Metro Blue and Red Line construction.

5

 Downtown LA, aerial photograph by Western Economic Research Company 1990 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white, 32x46 inches, mounted on white board, photo by Brewster Pacific Corp, taken 22 Sept 1989, shows redevelopment boundaries and constructed and planned bldgs, current to Apr 1990, Metro Blue and Red Line construction, several sites pinpointed.

6

 Grand Hope Park posterboard 1993 March 25 

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