In a dark room with tin walls, on the second floor of an anonymous storage facility in Long Beach, seventy-five identical cardboard boxes are stacked on top of each other, coated in dust and stewing in a rather dank, unpleasant musk. No one has set foot in this room for more than a year, but not because the contents of the boxes lack value or intrigue. Each one contains a small, contentious piece of Los Angeles’s history: the infamous Hollenbeck mural—a nearly $200,000 piece of art commissioned by the city that has never seen the light of day…
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