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Bob Hope Patriotic Hall

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Identification

Bob Hope Patriotic Hall
209186

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
brick
applied masonry
romanesque revival

Usages

museum
institutional office

Facts

  • The building holds military memorabilia, artifacts and documents from the American Revolution through the recent wars in the Middle East.
  • A gymnasium on the 10th floor capable of hosting volleyball, basketball games has bleacher seating for 300 spectators.
  • The Hall was opened to the public in September 1926.
  • The design of the building is Romanesque in expression.
  • Following his death, the Hall was renamed in honour of Bob Hope the London, England-born veteran entertainer for his lifetime contribution to U.S. armed services personnel.
  • The building has been awarded the Certificate of Honor by the American Society of Architects, Southern California chapter.
  • Built as a living memorial to all veterans.

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Location

1816 South Figueroa Street
1816 South Figueroa
90015
Central City
Los Angeles
California
U.S.A.

Technical Data

40.84 m
40.84 m
10
1925

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