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Historic Map - Los Angeles, CA - 1891

Los Angeles, Cal., population of city and environs 65,000. Litho. Elliott Pub. Co.

The city of Los Angeles was founded in 1781 by Felipe de Neve, a Spanish governor. In 1821, after declaring independence from Spain, the city became a part of Mexico. Following the Mexican-American War, in 1848 the city became a part of the United States. Two years later, the city was incorporated. Experiencing frequent booms in population, it has grown to be the second largest city in the United States. This beautiful map provides a look back to the early days of the city. Complete reference list below. 

Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:

  1. Lacy Ward & Co. Pipe Works.
  2. Henry's Mattress Factory.
  3. County Hospital Buildings.
  4. Soap Works.
  5. S. P. Passenger and Freight Depot.
  6. S. P. Machine Shops.
  7. Baker Iron Works.
  8. Roller Flour Mills.
  9. Nauds Warehouse.
10. Castellar St. School.
11. French Hospital.
12. Orphan's House.
13. Pressed Brick & Terra Cotta Works.
14. Public Plaza.
15. Pico House.
16. Baker Block.
17. Philadelphia Brewery.
18. Los Angeles Gas Works.
19. Los Angeles Canning Works.
20. Boyle Heights Power House.
21. Occidental College.
22. Old Mission Church.
23. Catholic Orphan Asylum.
24. Lowe Gas Works.
25. S. P. Central Depot.
26. Santa Fe R.R. Depot.
27. U.S. Hotel.
28. Temple Block.
29. County Court House.
30. W. C. T. U. Temperance Temple.
31. High School.
32. Sand St. School.
33. Public School.
34. Bellvue Av. M. E. Church.
35. Bellvue Av. M. E. Church, South.
36. Sisters of Charity Hospital.
37. Park Cong. Church.
38. Temple St. Cable Co. Power House.
39. Bethany Pres. Church.
40. Public School.
41. Ellis College.
42. 2nd St Park.
43. 2nd St. Cable Co. Power House.
44. Public School.
45. Public School.
46. Central Baptist Church.
47. Cal. Bank Building,
48. First Pres. Church.
49. Nadeau House.
50. Bryson-Bonebrake Block.
51. Wilson Block.
52. Los Angeles National Bank.
53. Natick House.
54. First National Bank.
55. Farmers and Merchants Block.
56. Cathedral.
57. Westminster Hotel.
58. Trinity Church, South
59. First Baptist Church.
60. First M. E. Church.
61. First Congregational Church.
62. 6th St. Park.
63. St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
64. Normal School.
65. Bellvue Terrace.
66. Simpson Tabernacle.
67. English Lutheran Church.
68. Emanuel Pres. Church.
69. Public School.
70. 7th St. Park.
71. M. E. Church.
72. Catholic College.
73. University of Southern California.
74. Riveria.
75. Whittier.
76. Santa Ana.
77. Downey.
78. Long Beach.
79. San Pedro.
80. Catalina Island.
81. Pacific Cable Co. Central Power House.
82. Electric Light Works.
83. Grace M. E. Church.

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