Los Angeles 1873

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At the beginning of what were to be two decades of almost explosive growth, Los Angeles had just begun to expand beyond that area developed during its Spanish and Mexican periods. A.E. Matthews’ view looks toward the original Spanish plaza in the distance across fields that were soon to be filled with buildings.

The museum quality edition of this view is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper to highlight the shades and tones of this fine lithograph.

Size: 12 1/2 x 20 1/4 inches – Toned, Cover-stock Paper

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