Stephen Gee

author, 'Iconic Vision'

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Author of “Iconic Vision: John Parkinson, Architect of Los Angeles,” “Los Angeles City Hall: An American Icon” and “Los Angeles Central Library: A History of Its Art and Architecture” and director of “Iconic Vision: John Parkinson, Architect of Los Angeles”


Stephen Gee on KCRW

Buildings in downtown are climbing up, and up. So it’s hard to remember that 90 years ago City Hall towered over the Southland.

John Parkinson and his "iconic vision"

Buildings in downtown are climbing up, and up. So it’s hard to remember that 90 years ago City Hall towered over the Southland.

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