HISTORIC-CULTURAL MONUMENTS
IN LINCOLN HEIGHTS
Level of declaration determined by number series as follow:
0 - 999 Series = City declared monuments.
1000 - 1999 Series = State declared monuments.
2000 - 2999 Series = Federal declared monuments.
Monument
No.
Adopted/
Approved
MONUMENT NAME
ADDRESS
42
9/14/1966
San Antonio Winery
725-749 Lamar Street
738-744 Gibbons Street
144
5/21/1975
Residence
2054-2056 Griffin Avenue
Built circa 1887, it is unusual for Queen Anne decorations to be developed in a masonry house.
145
05/21/1975
Residence
3537 Griffin Avenue
A circa 1886 residence described as Queen Anne with Italianate elements.
153
4/21/1976
Site of Lincoln Park Carousel (Demolished)
Mission Road & Selig Place
Designed by Oliver & Ross Davis in 1914, the beautiful Lincoln Park Carousel was burned by vandals on August 25, 1976.
156
7/7/1976
Fire Station No. 1
2230 Pasadena Avenue
Built in 1940, it is a sterling example of Streamline Moderne architecture.
157
7/7/1976
Residence
3110 N. Broadway
Built circa 1880, this residence is an excellent example of Queen Anne architecture.
261
6/3/1983
Lincoln Heights Branch Library
2530 Workman Street
Constructed in 1916 and designed by Hibbard & Cody, it is a two-story Italian Renaissance building of brick and stucco. It is said to be one of the City's most visually interesting neighborhood public buildings and one of the few remaining Carnegie libraries in the area.
263
6/3/1983
Villa Rafael
2123 Parkside Avenue
The original portion of this house was built in 1904. In 1923 Giovanni and Tranquilla Vai acquired the property. On March 25, 1929 Mr. Vai secured a permit to modify the structure, listing J. A. Wilson as the architect for the modification. Its architecture is described as Spanish Colonial Revival exterior with an Italian Renaissance-influenced interior.
384
8/5/1988
Department of Water and Power Building
2417 Daly Street
Remodeled to its present condition by theater architect S. Charles Lee, this Art Deco building represents the Department of Water & Power's usage of Moderne styling for district offices during that time.
388
10/21/1988
Edison Electric Company (Los Angeles #3 Steam Power Plant)
650 S. Avenue 21
Built 1902-1909? A steam and hydroelectric plant on Alhambra Ave. (the first to use new, efficient steam turbine technology).
396
11/23/1988
Federal Bank Building
2201 N. Broadway
Built circa 1910, this unusual Italian Renaissance building features a corner dome designed by architects Neher & Skilling.
1910/11
442
6/20/1989
Albion Cottages and Milagro Market
1801-1813 Albion Street
Built circa 1870, these cottages and Turn-of-the-Century neighborhood market are a window into the past.
443
6/20/1989
Bowman Residence (Exterior Only)
2425 Griffin Avenue
This one-and-one-half-story Eastlake home was built circa 1885. One of the early owners of this home was William H. Bowman, a Turn-of-the-Century land and commercial developer
468
12/5/1989
Sacred Heart Church
2210-2212 Sichel Street
2801 Baldwin Street
Built in 1893 and designed by Frank Capitan, it is one of the few remaining churches of late Nineteenth Century Los Angeles. It has a significant Victorian Gothic Revival exterior with a transitional square tower (now without the upper stories and spire). It also features a historic stained glass window and an ornate altar.
533
6/11/1991
Residence
2660 Sichel Street
Built in 1893 as a two-story house in the Eastlake style.
587
11/30/1993
Lincoln Heights Jail (Los Angeles City Jail)
401-449 N. Avenue 19
The Art Deco portion of the jail was built in 1931 by the Los Angeles City Construction department. The Bauhaus Modern addition was built in 1949, designed by Kaufman and Stanton.
2344
5/19/1987
Lincoln Heights Branch Library
2530 Workman Street
(See # 261 above)
2447
 
Binford Residence
2200-2212 Eastlake Avenue
3201 Baldwin St.
2454
 
Schliebitz Residence
2063 Griffin Avenue
2455
 
Nicol Residence
2309 Hancock Street
2456
 
Lemberger - Sigler Residence
2800 Manitou Avenue
2457
 
Todd Residence
2808 Manitou Avenue
2458
 
Stoltenberg Residence
2901-2907 Manitou Avenue
2460
 
Olin Residence
2622-2624 Mozart Street
2475
 
Girard - Vai Residence
2113-2113 1/2 Parkside Avenue
(See # 263 above)
2476
 
Clark-Doody Residence
2139-2141 Parkside Avenue
2537
 
Foyen Residence
2242 Workman Street

Oldest Schools
90031
sorted by year - Source: LAUSD website

SCHOOL
ADDRESS
YEAR OPENED
Lincoln Senior High 3501 North Broadway
1878
Griffin Elementary 2025 Griffin Avenue
1882
Gates Elementary 3333 Manitou Avenue
1890
Glen Alta Elementary 3410 Sierra Street
1890
Hillside Elementary 120 East Avenue 35
1890
Albion Elementary 322 South Avenue 18
1892
Was Hayes St. 1892-1903
Was Nineteenth St. 1904-1916
Then Albion from 1917
Latona Elementary 4312 Berenice Avenue
1914
Dorris Place Elementary 2225 Dorris Place
1925

 
 
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