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PLEASE REGISTER FOR OUR NEWEST CONVERSATION WITH THE AUTHOR --- THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 31, 2022, 6 PM. We are excited to present our 4th "CONVERSATIONS WITH THE AUTHOR" event via ZOOM featuring author BARRY SIEGEL discussing his recent book - DREAMERS and SCHEMERS which chronicles the history of the LOS ANGELES 1932 OLYMPICS.
Here is the link to the brochure with registration instructions: (CLICK HERE)
The LA Planning History Group is proud to welcome its newest esteemed member to its Board of Directors. ART CUETO, has agreed to lend his long history of experience to our Board as a well known leader in Southern California urban planning. Please look at his brief bio on our ABOUT - BOARD and ADVISORY PANEL on our website --- https://www.larphg.org/board/
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Thursday, January 27, 2022, 6 PM
We are excited to present our 3rd "CONVERSATIONS WITH THE AUTHOR" event via ZOOM featuring author KEN FARFSING discussing his recent book - BLACK GOLD IN PARADISE - RECLAIMING SIGNAL HILL — here is the link to the brochure with registration instructions: (CLICK HERE)
LAPHG is proud to announce CONVERSATIONS WITH THE AUTHOR
This is a new program of one hour presentations and discussions with authors of new books on the topic of urban planning in Los Angeles. Our next program is with Ken Bernstein, author of Preserving Los Angeles.
LAPHG is proud to welcome two new members to our Board: Allyne Winderman and Katherine Perez. We thank Clifford Graves for his valuable service to our Board.
In order to increase the LAPHG’s outreach to the community and broaden its experience and resources, the organization has established an Advisory Council to serve as a group of experts in urban development, planning and California history. Learn more about our new Advisory Council.
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THURSDAY EVENING — March 31, 6:00 – 7:15P.M. (Pacific Daylite Savings Time) Presented by Los Angeles Planning History Group Barry Siegel’s entertaining book is a captivating chronicle of how the 1932 Olympics were captured by the local city leaders to begin … Continue reading
THURSDAY EVENING — JANUARY 27, 2022, 6:00 – 7:15P.M. Presented by Los Angeles Planning History Group Ken Farfsing’s acclaimed book is a captivating chronicle of how Signal Hill transformed from a field of oil wells and uninviting industrial wasteland into … Continue reading
Thursday Evening — September 30, 2021, 6:00 – 7:15 p.m. Presented by Los Angeles Planning History Group Ken Bernstein’s successful book is a compilation of over 300 full page color images showcasing how the City of Los Angeles has demonstrated … Continue reading
THURSDAY — JUNE 24, 2021, 6:00 – 7:00 P.M.Presented by Los Angeles Planning History Group Death and dying have become the focus of a world suffering from the effects of the COVID pandemic as some cities continue to struggle with … Continue reading
As promised, here are the speaker presentations from the speakers at our Colloquium XVI – “Los Angeles’ Housing Crisis – Not the First Time”: Colloquium XVI Program Includes the November 14, 2020 program and Speaker Bio’s for Colloquium XVI – … Continue reading
We are glad you were able to attend our Colloquium and we thank you for your participation. Please download the evaluation survey form and return your feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org: Thank you again. The Los Angeles Planning History Group.
Los Angeles’ Housing Crisis: Not the First Time Presented by the Los Angeles Planning History Group (LAPHG) in association with The Huntington Library will present a FREE video conference Saturday, November 14, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Register at the … Continue reading
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT We regret to inform you of the postponement of our colloquium, which was scheduled for this Saturday, March 14th at the Huntington Library. We have received several phone calls and e-mails regarding the Novel Coronavirus and the … Continue reading
APA California has just announced that the 1970 Los Angeles Centers Concept (presented by LARPHG last March as our Colloquium XV) has been selected as the winner of the 2019 Planning Landmark Award. Please look at the APA California congratulations letter.
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