Bunker Hill is the focus of January's free LAVA Sunday Salon, plus recent news of lost Los Angeles

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Jan 15, 2018, 1:52:50 PM1/15/18
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dear friends,

This list is not very active, but please remember that we're always happy to hear your memories of or questions about old Los Angeles.

If you're in Los Angeles on 1/28, you'll want to join Nathan Marsak for his free talk and walking tour about the aesthetics of lost Bunker Hill. For more info or to reserve your spot, visit http://www.lavatransforms.org/event/salon118/

Nathan has been starring in a series of short videos about historic Los Angeles landmarks in his Cranky Preservationist persona.

You'll find them on Facebook:

or YouTube:

New on the Esotouric blog, your passport into the wonderful world of the William and Grace McCarthy photo archive, including rare views of early and boomtown Los Angeles: http://www.esotouric.com/mccarthy

And our year-end historic preservation survey, highlighting the gains, losses and endangered treasures still teetering on the brink: https://esotouric.com/2017preservation/

If you'd like to be on the receiving end of more frequent email updates, you can sign up for the Esotouric weekly newsletter, packed with historic preservation and local history links and musings (http://eepurl.com/baVxhP) or tune in to the You Can't Eat The Sunshine podcast, featuring in-depth Southern California explorations (http://www.esotouric.com/canteatsunshine). If on Facebook, join the Los Angeles History Happenings group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/185665338247332).  


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