Message - Re: Help regarding thesis - Interior Space for the Blind

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Posted by  Tony Castillo on July 18, 2001 at 19:43:36:

In Reply to:  Help regarding thesis - Interior Space for the Blind posted by Salomi on April 18, 2001 at 03:20:24:

I am currently writing a short analytic essay for my Visual Art's class. The building I will be working on is The Deaf Community Center in Eagle Rock, California. This is four-story Mediterranean style structure built in 1927 in a cruciform planned layout. The building was renovated from its original use as a Women's Christian Temperance Union to a facility for deaf and hard-hearing people and their families. It is a picturesque building and definite source for your thesis. The facility is part of the Greater Los Angeles Council on Deafness, Incorporated. I had a tour yesterday from one of the coordinators. Contact Rachel Braver or the facility to learn more at (323) 550-4206. Good luck

Tony Castillo,
Urban and Regional Planning major at California State Polytecnic University, Pomona.

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