Los Angeles: Portrait of a City
From its time as a tiny frontier town to the glittering urban metropolis it’s become, explore the City of Angels. Take a tour through Los Angeles from the 1880s through the present day in this book that tells the tale of everything from two Olympics and Bobby Kennedy’s assassination to the city’s pop cultural movements and its health food fads. Over 500 images, captured by notable photographers including Julius Shulman, Garry Winogrand, and William Claxton, accompany essays by California historian Kevin Starr and Los Angeles literature expert David L. Ulin.
- 13.7” H x 10.4" W
- 572 pages