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LOS ANGELES TIMES MAGAZINE MAP No.2 : HOLLYWOOD

LOS ANGELES TIMES MAGAZINE MAP No.2: second in the hometown series of maps of Southern California communities by artist Paul Shaffer. Next in your hometown series: Beverly Hills, Dec. 8.

November 10, 1985

Population: 180,996 Percentage of residents under 15: 13.3 Percentage of residents 65 and over: 15.1 Average per capita income: $9,779 Average household income: $19,981 Percentage of households with incomes under $7,500: 29.3 Percentage of college graduates: 25.7 Number of housing units: 92,422 Percentage of houses valued at $200,000 or more: 36.2 Median home value: $155,475 Year Hollywood became a part of Los Angeles: 1910 Date first Hollywood studio established: Oct. 1, 1911 Number of television stations: 8 Number of radio stations: 13 Number of theaters: 28 Initial 1,500 stars put in place on Walk of Fame: February, 1960 Total number of stars lining sidewalks today: 1,809 Cost of a star, including city permit fees: $3,000 Mann's Chinese Theater initially known as: Grauman's Chinese Theatre Number of personalities whose footprints are in Chinese Theatre forecourt: 170 Other imprints in theater forecourt: Betty Grable's leg; Jimmy Durante's nose; Al Jolson's knee; Harpo Marx's harp Oldest restaurant: Musso & Frank Grill, established 1919 Cost of each letter of new Hollywood sign erected in 1978: $27,777.77 Total yearly attendance for Hollywood Bowl: More than 650,000 Nickname for Frederick's of Hollywood: the Purple Palace Number of houses designed by Frank Lloyd Wright: 4 Percentage of Hollywood High School students who are foreign-born: 80 Number of languages or dialects spoken in Hollywood schools: About 80 Number of historic cultural monuments: 216 Celebrities buried in the Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery include: Tyrone Power, Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Nelson Eddy, Peter Finch, Cecil B. DeMille Produced by Linden Gross. Research by Los Angeles Times library staff. Demographics reflect currently available figures.

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