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County of Los Angeles Land Use Survey Maps: Finding Aid
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Atlases

Volume  01

Whittier, 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Whittier. There is a key, two inserts, and thirty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  02

North (Covina area), 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Covina, West Covina, Azusa, and Glendora. There are two inserts, a key, and forty-two leaves of maps.
Volume  03

Pomona, 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Pomona, Claremont, and La Verne. There are four inserts, a key, and twenty-four leaves of maps.
Volume  04

Southeast / Norwalk, 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Artesia, Norwalk, and Santa Fe Springs. There are two inserts, a key, and twenty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  05

Compton, 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Compton and Watts. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  06

El Monte, 1936

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around El Monte and Arcadia. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-seven leaves of maps.
Volume  07

Vernon, 1936-1937

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Vernon, Southgate, Huntington Park, Bell, Montebello, and Maywood. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-two leaves of maps.
Volume  08

Inglewood, 1936-1937

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Inglewood, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Gardena, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, and Torrance. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-nine leaves of maps.
Volume  09

Torrance / San Pedro, 1936-1937, 1939

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around San Pedro (Los Angeles), Wilmington, Harbor City, the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Torrance, and Redondo Beach. There are two inserts, a key, and fifty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  10

Long Beach, 1936-1937

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Long Beach and Signal Hill. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-eight leaves of maps.
Volume  11

Puente Hills area, 1936-1937

A volume of land use maps focused on the Puente Hills area. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  12

Santa Monica, 1937-1939

A volume of land use maps focused on the area around Santa Monica. There are two inserts, a key, and thirty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  13

Beverly Hills, 1937 ; 1939

A volume of land use maps focused on the areas around Beverly Hills, Culver City, Inglewood, and a large part of the city of Los Angeles, including Hollywood, La Brea, Los Felis (or Feliz), central and south central Los Angeles, and part of downtown. There are five inserts, a key, and thirty-six leaves of maps.
Volume  14

Alhambra, 1936-1937

A volume of land use maps focused on the areas around Alhambra, Monterey Park, South Pasadena, San Marino, Pasadena, Glendale, and several neighborhoods in the city of Los Angeles. There are five inserts, a key, and twenty-one leaves of maps.
Volume  17

San Gabriel Valley, 1936-1939

Bound into the front of volume 18. Title supplied by cataloger.
Volume  18

Glendale / La Cañada area, 1939

11 sheets from volume 17 bound between cover and sheet 01. A volume of land use maps focused on the areas around Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Altadena, and Pasadena. There are thirty leaves of maps.
Volume  19

Burbank, 1939

A volume of land use maps focused on the areas around Burbank, Los Angeles, North Hollywood, and Glendale. There are twenty leaves of maps.