An exterior relief by Eugene Maier-Krieg, a Hollywood production artist who worked on the 1925 version of Ben-Hur.
The Title Guarantee Building looking over the Golden Age of Los Angeles.
Ballin designed a series of six panels that cover the lobby ceiling and trace Los Angeles’ history from prehistoric times to its modern present (in 1930).
Dating to the 1800's as a central gathering place, the park was formally designed in 1910 by John Parkinson.
The Title Guarantee Building rising above the Angeleno skyline.
Hand-laid tile glazed in period colors adoring the lobby ceiling.
John Parkinson is one of the city's most heralded architects, designing icons like Los Angeles City Hall and Union Station.
Founder of the Title Guarantee & Trust Company.