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The notion that Los Angeles does not care about its history and historic buildings has been pervasive among outsiders. In fact, the city is breaking new ground in its approach to historic preservation by moving beyond architecture to protect places that are socially and culturally meaningful to Los Angeles’s diverse communities. Ken Bernstein, head of the city’s Office of Historic Resources, and architectural photographer Stephen Schafer discuss their new Angel City Press book Preserving Los Angeles: How Historic Places Can Transform America's Cities.
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