I've been working with Lapis Press on a series of mono prints using old lithographs which were found by a friend who is an antiquated/rare prints dealer. She found the original book from which the print we are using came from!
Jet Car Wash, 1961, architect unknown- contact me if you know the architect.
150 S. Market St., 1927, Architect Unknown- please contact me if you know this architect! Formerly New Peoples Savings.
Randy's Donuts, 1953, Henry Goodwin Architect
Carriage House and Land Office on property of Centinela Adobe, 1888, Architect TBD. Adobe builder and architect: Ignacio Machado.
Considered one of the oldest buildings in Inglewood.
Edison Switching Station, 1930's? architect unknown- let me know if you know the architect! On Florence Blvd.
LAX Theme Building, 1961, Pereira & Luckman, Paul Williams (pictured above) and Welton Becket architects.
Paul Williams website: http://www.paulrwilliamsproject.org/about/paul-revere-williams-architect/
Inglewood Theatre, 1919?, Carl Boller Architect. Formerly at 115 N. La Brea Ave
1940, Rudolph Schindler architect, Inglewood, Ca.
These are actually side by side houses. There was an article about the houses in the LA Times: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/home_blog/2011/11/schindler-house-inglewood.html
The Forum, 1967, Charles Luckman Architect
In this section I will share some of my research I have currently been working on.