17 Southern California buildings with presidential ties

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In 1880, Rutheford B. Hayes became the first U.S. President to visit Los Angeles. Prominent residents and city officials celebrated the occasion with an eight-course feast. Since then, plenty of commanders in chief have stopped by the city, whether to court voters, meet with foreign dignitaries, or simply to hit the golf course. Here’s a look at some Southern California landmarks that have hosted some of our nation’s leaders.

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