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The intersection of 26th Street and Maha Bandoola Street (Photo: John Siow). Source: IHBCs Context 150, published in July 2017. Written by Linda Shetabi, a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow, specialising in heritage conservation policy and urban governance. She has served on numerous advisory committees in Los Angeles. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/150/index.html#25/z
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