Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses; built works - dwellings -public accommodations - hotels

Designers: Mayberry, Edward Leodore, Jr., Structural Engineer (firm); Edward Leodore Mayberry Jr. (structural engineer)

Dates: [unspecified]

6 stories

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330 West Ocean Boulevard
Waterfront, Long Beach, CA 90802-4634

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Building Notes

In 1925, D.H. Doud was the Manager of the Blackstone Hotel in Long Beach. (See Long Beach, California, City Directory, 1925, p. 198.)

In the 1940s, the Blackstone Hotel advertised that it had single, double and twin rooms with baths. Following the 1933 Earthquake, postcards for the hotel underscored that the building was "A safe reinforced steel and concrete building," with a "solarium on each floor." (See In the 1940s, the Blackstone Hotel advertised that it had single, double and twin rooms with baths. Following the 1933 Earthquake, postcards for the hotel underscored that the building was "A safe reinforced steel and concrete building," with a "solarium on each floor." (See Postcard of the Blackstone Hotel and Apartments, Long Beach, Curt Teich Postcard Company, Chicago, IL, card #7B-H1516, accessed 11/12/2018.)

PCAD id: 1951