View of Broadway looking north from Olympic Boulevard (then Tenth Street), circa 1929. The United Artists Theatre is visible on the left. In the distance behind it is future site of the Art Deco-style Eastern Columbia building, completed in 1930.
Part of the Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library.

View of Broadway looking north from Olympic Boulevard (then Tenth Street), circa 1929. The United Artists Theatre is visible on the left. In the distance behind it is future site of the Art Deco-style Eastern Columbia building, completed in 1930.

Part of the Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library.

The intersection of Broadway and Olympic in downtown L.A., as seen from the top of the United Artists Theater in 1937.
Discover the stories and history of L.A. tomorrow at the 6th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in USC’s Doheny Memorial Library.

The intersection of Broadway and Olympic in downtown L.A., as seen from the top of the United Artists Theater in 1937.

Discover the stories and history of L.A. tomorrow at the 6th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in USC’s Doheny Memorial Library.

1937 view of Broadway in downtown Los Angeles from the United Artists Theater. 
As blogger Brigham Yen writes, the historic theater—built in 1927 and until recently notable for a pair of prominent "Jesus Saves" neon signs—was recently sold to a national hotel developer and real estate company.
(Photo from the Automobile Club of Southern California Collection in the USC Digital Library.)

1937 view of Broadway in downtown Los Angeles from the United Artists Theater. 

As blogger Brigham Yen writes, the historic theater—built in 1927 and until recently notable for a pair of prominent "Jesus Saves" neon signs—was recently sold to a national hotel developer and real estate company.

(Photo from the Automobile Club of Southern California Collection in the USC Digital Library.)