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Logging LA’s historic houses
West Adams. Berkeley, Wilshire and Windsor Squares. Fremont and Westmoreland Places. St. James Park. Maybe you’ve toured a few addresses or glimpsed a gorgeous mansion driving by. But now Historic Los Angeles has catalogued these districts’ homes in their own blogspots. Once inside, can you return to the modern world?
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