An art panel sits on the back of a truck, just before it is installed at La Cienega/Jefferson Station. This panel depicts the 1932 Olympic Village, which was built in the Baldwin Hills. The concept of the Olympic Village originated with the 1932 Olympic games in Los Angeles. It later became the norm for the host country to build accommodations in this fashion for visiting athletes.

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