Los Angeles City Historical Society and the Town Hall Los Angeles invite you to author Stephen Gee’s presentation on
"Los Angeles City Hall: An American Icon"
Los Angeles City Hall is one of the most iconic buildings in America; some say, the world. A bold symbol of the ambition of America and its people, City Hall graces California as one of its most enduring landmarks. Now comes the definitive book chronicling its history, Los Angeles City Hall: An American Icon.
The book, penned by television producer and writer, Stephen Gee, celebrates the 90th anniversary of City Hall and all of the important decisions made within the architectural landmark’s walls that have impacted the lives of millions of people and defined the region.
The Los Angeles City Historical Society and Town Hall Los Angeles will welcome Stephen Gee for a special Coffee & Conversations event in which he will speak about the importance of Los Angeles City Hall, its storied history, its architectural innovation, and the threats that almost destroyed it forever.
City Club Los Angeles
555 S. Flower St. 51st Floor
Los Angeles, California, 90071
$8 underground valet parking with 3-hour validation.
8:00 am Breakfast & Networking
8:30 am Remarks + Q&A
9:30 am Program Concludes
Business casual is acceptable. No jeans nor tennis shoes.
TICKETS - MEMBERS ONLY
Register early – seating is limited for these informal, intimate conversations with continental breakfast service. Member tickets are $25 and includes a continental breakfast.
LACHS Members: This even is co-hosted with Town Hall Los Angeles who also takes the reservations. To get the the $25 Member Ticket, please select Non-Member Ticket and enter promo code: THLAPartner (caps matter).
About Stephen Gee
Stephen Gee is a writer and television producer based in Los Angeles. His previous books include Iconic Vision: John Parkinson, Architect of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Central Library: A History of Its Art and Architecture (with Arnold Schwartzman). Gee has worked on numerous award-winning television productions and has directed and produced live coverage of high-profile news stories, including U.S. presidential elections, important court cases, Hollywood events, as well as disasters—including the 9/11 tragedy. A graduate of London’s City University, he began his career as a newspaper reporter in Norfolk, England. He has lived in Los Angeles since 1995.
About Town Hall Los Angeles
As Los Angeles’ largest and oldest public forum, Town Hall Los Angeles is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing a platform for discussing and debating today’s most pressing issues from a nonpartisan point of view. www.townhall-la.org