The old Beverly Hills Waterworks building on La Cienega Boulevard.; "The old Beverly Hills Waterworks, which is now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science's Margaret Herrick Library on La Cienega just north of Olympic (333 S. La Cienega). Although it does look like a church and most people still think it's a church, it never was. It was built in 1928 to treat the drinking water in Beverly Hills and the tower was used to take the fumes of hydrogen sulfide high in air to be blown away so that neighbors didn't complain about the rotten egg smell" -- a USC Digital Library patron.; Originally, the image was captured as "A church with a tall square tower".; Streetscape.