Think of Palm Springs, and you’re likely to envision a desert oasis dotted with sleek, Midcentury Modern buildings. But as you’ll read in the Fall 2014 issue of Preservation, the city has no shortage of buildings dating back to the earlier part of the last century.
These buildings from the 1920s and ‘30s tell the stories of Palm Springs' earliest days. But perhaps the structure with one of the more interesting, winding tales is the El Mirador Tower.... Read More →
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