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It was here that Mc Laughlin built himself a rather imposing “Mc Mansion” on the northwest corner of that intersection. Known as the "Father of Hollywood," Whitley Heights is named for him.*(ca.

Between 18 it was located in a large building on Temple Block sharing space with a theatre and marketplace.* The County Courthouse building utilized an open-air elevator shaft that was added to the building before the turn of the last century.

The circular shaft can be seen just to the left of the left palm tree.

If you look closely, you can see the elevator car is between the first and second floors.**# (ca.

The line would extend north along Texas to Temple and then westward to the Los Angeles City Limits at Hoover Street and beyond. Mattison who extended the line westward along Prospect Avenue to Laurel Canyon, opening it to residential development.

The end of the line was at Prospect Avenue (later Hollywood Blvd.) and Wilcox. ##*^ In addition to selling his railroad, Mc Laughlin sold his beautiful mansion on the norhwest corner of Prospect (later Hollywood) and Wilcox to Eli C. In 1900, date of this photograph, the Hurd home was bought by farmer and banker H. Whitley, a director of the State Bank of Owensmouth.

Between 18 it was located in a large building on Temple Block sharing space with a theatre and marketplace.* The County Courthouse building utilized an open-air elevator shaft that was added to the building before the turn of the last century.

The circular shaft can be seen just to the left of the left palm tree.

If you look closely, you can see the elevator car is between the first and second floors.**# (ca.

The line would extend north along Texas to Temple and then westward to the Los Angeles City Limits at Hoover Street and beyond. Mattison who extended the line westward along Prospect Avenue to Laurel Canyon, opening it to residential development.

The end of the line was at Prospect Avenue (later Hollywood Blvd.) and Wilcox. ##*^ In addition to selling his railroad, Mc Laughlin sold his beautiful mansion on the norhwest corner of Prospect (later Hollywood) and Wilcox to Eli C. In 1900, date of this photograph, the Hurd home was bought by farmer and banker H. Whitley, a director of the State Bank of Owensmouth.

1906)^ - View showing the LA County Courthouse and Jail looking west.