Photograph of Grand Avenue facade of Los Angeles County Hall of Administration. "Grand Avenue facade of building" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "Monday, April 18, 1960".; "One of the most lavishly-planned local government office buildings in the nation! This is the impression created by a visit to the new $24,751,000 County Hall of Administration nearing completion at Civic Center. This view is accented by figures showing this building cost $8250 per occupant, compared with $4369 for the nearby State Building No.2, which will be completed next year. The County Building will house 3000 workers from ten departments, plus the Board of Supervisors and its staff. These constitute less than 10 per cent of the 37,000 persons of county employ. Viewing the Mall façade of the two-blocks [sic] long Hall of Administration, which also has entrances on Temple and Hill Streets and Grand Avenue, the visitor is confronted with a vista of gleaming red Texas granite (cost: $1,100,000) and white ceramic veneer (cost:$950,000)" -- Examiner clipping attached to verso, dated, "Monday, March 18, 1960".; Streetscape. Horizontal photography.