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1st Street - 13 of the Oldest Buildings since 1890's

1st Street - 13 of the Oldest Buildings since 1890's | Japanese-City.com

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327 E 1st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Thirteen buildings on First Street were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 as a national landmark, this is significant in Japanese-American history.

A stretch of 13 buildings along and near East 1st Street in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo has been named a National Historic Landmark, overcoming earlier fears that the Northridge earthquake might have too badly harmed that cradle of Japanese American culture. - Los Angeles Times

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