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View Presentations from Colloquium XV

Robert Dannenbrink – Process of Creating the Centers Concept Dr. Gilbert Estrada – History of Freeways in Los Angeles Dr. Tredib Banjerjee Article – Kevin Lynch in Los Angeles

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Watch video from Colloquium XV

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Come join us! Registration is $50 per person; for students with valid student IDs, $25. The fee includes morning coffee/tea service, the colloquium, and lunch. Register with Credit Card via PayPal Registration: $50  Student Registration (with Student ID): $25  2. Check payable to: “Los … Continue reading

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Our next Colloquium -The Los Angeles Centers Concept after 50 years -Then, Now and Beyond

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Announcing our two New Board Members – Stanley R. Hoffman, FAICP AND Clifford W. Graves, FAICP we are excited to have them on our team!

https://larphg.org/board/

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Listen to audio from Colloquium XIV Event

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Now see images from the very successful Colloquium XIV Event. A video of the panel discussions is being edited and will be posted soon.

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Colloquium XIV: Adding Voices to the LA Planning Story

Come join us! Registration is $50 per person; for students with valid student IDs, $35. The fee includes the colloquium, continental breakfast, and lunch. Please confirm your attendance to Alice Lepis, Secretary (alepis@prodigy.net) or at 818.769.4179 on or before noon … Continue reading

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Colloquium XIII: The Complete Street – Wrongs and Rights-of-way

As part of its Saturdays at The Huntington Library Colloquia series, the Los Angeles Region Planning History Group presented: Colloquium XIII The Complete Street – Wrongs and Rights-of-way When: Saturday, September 10, 2016 9 am-2 pm Where: Huntington Library, 1151 … Continue reading

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Colloquium XI – Black Gold in Paradise

The Influence of Oil and Energy Extraction on LA’s Urban Form Presented by the Los Angeles Region Planning History Group in cooperation with the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West Signal Hill Community Center, Signal Hill Saturday, April 11, 2015 … Continue reading

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