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Property Name West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Historic District
Reference Number 14000926
State California
County Los Angeles
Town Los Angeles
Street Address 11301 Wilshire Blvd.
Multiple Property Submission Name United States Second Generation Veterans Hospitals MPS
Status Listed 11/19/2014
Areas of Significance Politics/Government, Healthcare/Medicine, Architecture, Politics/Military, Landscape Architecture
Link to full file https://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/14000926.pdf
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West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs (West LA VA) Historic District is significant under criterion A for its association with Second Generation Veterans Hospital national context for the period 1923-1952. Four buildings from the NHDVS period (1888-1930), two of which are separately listed in the National Register (Chapel and Streetcar Depot), as well as the National Cemetery, contribute to the historic district. West LA VA Historic District is also significant for its Mission Revival architecture under criterion C. Integrating landscapes, open spaces, and streetscapes to create a pastoral environment, the historic district conveys a strong sense of time and place from its period of significance. Encompassing approximately 400 acres, including the National Cemetery, the historic district includes 64 contributing resources and 44 non-contributing resources in four discontinuous sections caused by construction of major thoroughfares and are linked historically.

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