Thomas S. Hines

architectural historian

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Architectural historian and professor emeritus at the University of California Los Angeles

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Thomas Hines, research professor of architecture and urban design and history at UCLA, explains what made LA a capital of Modern architecture.

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Thomas Hines, research professor of architecture and urban design and history at UCLA, explains what made LA a capital of Modern architecture.

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