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What places best represent postwar suburbia in Los Angeles?
What places best represent postwar suburbia in Los Angeles?
What places best represent postwar suburbia in Los Angeles? What Los Angeles neighborhood do you think is the best examp
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What places best represent postwar suburbia in Los Angeles?
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The end of WWII brought about an explosion in Los Angeles’ population and an unprecedented need for middle-class housing. In the San Fernando Valley and other parts of Los Angeles, Post War subdivision rapidly replaced agricultural land and their designs reflected mid-20th century ideals for home ownership and suburban living. Today the best examples still evoke a sense of time and place. They may feature important design concepts and landscape elements, reflect variations of the Ranch House design, and may be associated with ethnic or cultural groups.

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