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Los Angeles Mapped

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The U. S. Library of Congress and the Ira Gershwin Gallery has an online exhibit of maps of Los Angeles, most dating from the first half of the 20th century. Maps are zoomable and downloadable in Jpeg2000 format. There are still a few maps that are awaiting approval to be placed on the website, including a Soviet topographic one of Los Angeles produed in 1961.

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