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Tracking down LA’s Victorian gems
When you say “Los Angeles architecture,” the word Victorian may not be the first to come to mind. But LA’s earliest great homes were Victorians, and despite the march of progress, many of the most awesome still survive. If you love these intricate creations, we’ve got a real treasure map for you.
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