The Arroyo Seco, rockets, and the growth of Los Angeles

10/3/2012

"Whether it was for the idyllic landscapes such as the Arroyo, or the industry that was born in the Arroyo, Los Angeles has grown by capturing the imagination of millions," writes Lorne Platt. In this column from the "AAG Newsletter," Platt attributes the origin of Los Angeles' growth, at least in part, to the Arroyo Seco and a group of students who attempted to test a rocket motor in the 1930s. Read more.

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