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Los Angeles in the twenties and thirties was a city of myth by the seaside. It was a time of boom, of flamboyance and experimentation, and this new city, assisted by a huge public relations program, drew into its envrons the talented and ambitious, including the designers and architects who would create a unique testament to the Art Deco style. Wright, Neutra and Schindler were practicing in Los Angeles at the same time as the Art Deco architects Beelman, Clements, Wurdeman and many others.