U.S. Courthouse: Lion Sculptures – Los Angeles CA

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Description

These cast stone eagle facades decorating the outside of the courthouse were carved by Henry Lion in 1938 with support from the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

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U.S. General Services Administration, "Eagle"

www.publicartinla.com

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Location Info


312 North Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Location notes: Was originally built to serve as both a post office and a courthouse.

Coordinates: 34.0552, -118.2414

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