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Plummer Park's Historic Destruction 

October 19, 2011
Fiesta Hall, architect Henry L. Gogerty's notable Spanish Colonial Revival�style auditorium built in Plummer Park on former rancho land, will undergo a radically futurist redesign that swallows everything but the historic hall's southern wall and part of the roof. For more, read Sharon's Knolle's story: "Fury over Plummer Park Historic Destruction."
Fiesta Hall, as seen from Vista Street in West Hollywood, was carefully designed in Spanish Colonial Revival style by architect Henry L. Gogerty to blend in with similar civic and residential buildings from the 1920s to 1940s that make this section of WeHo one of the most livable areas of Los Angeles.
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Fiesta Hall, architect Henry L. Gogerty's notable Spanish Colonial Revival�style auditorium built in Plummer Park on former rancho land, will undergo a radically futurist redesign that swallows everything but the historic hall's southern wall and part of the roof. For more, read Sharon's Knolle's story: "Fury over Plummer Park Historic Destruction."
Published on October 19, 2011

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