Greater Los Angeles, 1932

<b>Greater Los Angeles, 1932:</b> This idiosyncratic wide-angle pictorial map, by graphic artist K.M. Leuschner, of "where to go and what to see" in the "Wonder City of America" sets the basin on a north-south axis and makes clear where the Spanish tilt of the old city meets <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST002296" title="Thomas Jefferson" href="/topic/politics-government/thomas-jefferson-PEHST002296.topic">Thomas Jefferson</a>'s preferred right angles.

( Seaver Center for Western History / Rizzoli )

Greater Los Angeles, 1932: This idiosyncratic wide-angle pictorial map, by graphic artist K.M. Leuschner, of "where to go and what to see" in the "Wonder City of America" sets the basin on a north-south axis and makes clear where the Spanish tilt of the old city meets Thomas Jefferson's preferred right angles.

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