Photograph of a site plan for proposed Ambassador Center, phase III. A note at the bottom of the photograph reads: "Ambassador International. Phase III. Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall. Architects & Engineers".; "Look at the future. Subject to variations in details necessitated by the Ambassador Hotel's future growth, a three-phase immediate and long-range development announced by Schine Enterprises will eventually bear fruit as the glittering 21-acre wonder portrayed in the night time drawing at left. Bounded by Wilshire boulevard, Catalina street, Eight street and Mariposa avenue, the overall center would include a new hotel (lower right on sketch above) with some 2000-plus rooms, two 25-story office buildings (lower left on sketch), a 37-story structure (at rear of twins) and four 50-story skyscrapers. Square footage space would be four times greater than that of Rockefeller Center. (Story, page one)" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "July 11, 1957". Verso dated, "July 11, 1957".