Contents 1 History of the city of Sawtelle (now a district of Los Angeles) 2 Incorporated municipal area 2.1 Composition and boundaries 2.2 Educational facilities 2.3 Demographics of the incorporated area 2.4 Police service and crime 2.5 Public transportation 3 Unincorporated county area 3.1 Composition and boundaries 3.1.1 Veterans Administration hospital, office buildings, and national cemetery 3.1.2 Wilshire Federal Building 4 Demographics 5 In fiction and popular culture 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

History of the city of Sawtelle (now a district of Los Angeles)[edit] A Los Angeles Pacific Railroad streetcar on Santa Monica Boulevard in Sawtelle, 1890 In 1896, the Pacific Land Company purchased a 225-acre (0.91 km2) tract, which lay just south of the veterans home, and hired S.H. Taft to develop a new town named Barrett, after Gen. A.W. Barrett, Local Manager of the veterans home. When the Pacific Land Company attempted to secure a post office for the new town, the postal authorities objected to the name "Barrett" on account of its similarity to Bassett, California. In 1899, the name of the town was formally changed to Sawtelle (for W.E. Sawtelle who superseded Taft as manager of the Pacific Land Company).[5] The Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers served as an attraction for both tourists and local real estate speculators. In 1904, the Pacific Branch became a stop on the Los Angeles Pacific Railroad's “Balloon Route” [6][7] - a popular tour of local attractions conducted by an entrepreneur who escorted tourists via a rented streetcar, often from downtown Los Angeles to the ocean and back.[8] In 1905, residential lots and larger tracts in the new Westgate Subdivision, which joined “the beautiful Soldier’s Home”, and which was owned and promoted by Jones and Baker’s Santa Monica Land and Water Company, were for sale.[9] The new community of Sawtelle developed around the Pacific Branch when veterans’ families, as well as veterans themselves who were drawing relief, settled there.[10] Most of the community of Sawtelle thus grew up after the veterans home was established. Sawtelle existed as a separate city until 1922. According to the Los Angeles Times,[11] the following events took place:[12] In 1918, the voters of Sawtelle decided by a margin of three votes to merge their city with Los Angeles. The vote was 519-516. However, the Board of Trustees, equivalent to a city council, refused to accept the decision and "ordered a challenge in the courts." The city of Los Angeles, however, did not wait for a court decision but instead "rounded up a squad of policemen and 'swooped' down upon the Sawtelle City Hall, as one account put it at the time." Sawtelle city officials were locked out of the City Hall, and the city of Los Angeles took over all the municipal and school activities. In the meantime, the ousted Sawtelle trustees continued their case in the courts, and on September 15, 1921, the California Supreme Court decided the consolidation had indeed been illegal because the voters "had not been told on their ballots that they would have to pay a proportionate share of all Los Angeles debts for bonds." "Thirty-two days later the city of Los Angeles moved out of Sawtelle as quickly as it had moved in. Nine policemen packed up the records and left; eight firemen abandoned the fire engine and reported for work elsewhere." The city of Sawtelle was back in operation. In 1922, another election was held, and once again Sawtelle voters decided to join Los Angeles. This time the merger was permanent, and the municipal district or neighborhood of Sawtelle was created. Sawtelle was the fourth city to be merged with Los Angeles, after Wilmington and San Pedro in 1909 and Hollywood in 1910. A northern residuum of the Sawtelle area, containing federal lands that were the site of the Soldier's Home, as well as the Veteran's Administration hospital, cemetery and federal office buildings, remains unincorporated. It is not part of Los Angeles City, but rather is administered by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors within the Third Supervisorial District of this county.

Incorporated municipal area[edit] Composition and boundaries[edit] This larger 1.82-square-mile (4.7 km2) area is roughly bounded by the Interstate 405 freeway to the east, National Boulevard to the south, Centinela Avenue to the west, and on the north, by Bringham Avenue, San Vicente Blvd, and the grounds of the V.A. Greater Los Angeles Health Center in the unincorporated area.[13] Because the incorporated Sawtelle area now represents the northern part of the West Los Angeles area, it is bounded on the north by the areas of Brentwood and Westwood that bound West Los Angeles. To the south is the remaining part of West Los Angeles which is not considered to be a part of the Sawtelle district. Japanese businesses on Sawtelle Bvld. north of Olympic Blvd, in the Sawtelle municipal area The incorporated Sawtelle district extends about 1.0-mile (1.6 km) to either side of Santa Monica Boulevard, as it runs westward about 1.3-mile (2.1 km) from the Interstate 405 freeway and Sawtelle Boulevard, toward Santa Monica city, ending at Centinela Avenue. Within the incorporated (city) district lies a Japanese American community along Sawtelle Boulevard, between Santa Monica and Olympic Boulevards. It includes Japanese-oriented markets and restaurants, several plant nurseries, karaoke bars and shops. These are remnants of a larger Japanese-American business presence in the area before World War II, when many of these shops were closed and the residents caught up in the Japanese-American internment.[14] On Sawtelle Boulevard, at the southern edge of the Sawtelle area, is the Japanese Institute of Sawtelle, a cultural center for the Nikkei community of West Los Angeles.[15] Educational facilities[edit] Public Schools Sawtelle is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District Nora Sterry Elementary School Westwood Charter School Emerson Middle School Daniel Webster Middle School These elementary schools serve the incorporated Sawtelle area: Brockton Avenue School Nora Sterry Elementary School Westwood Elementary School These middle schools serve the Sawtelle area: Emerson Middle School Daniel Webster Middle School University High School The Sawtelle area is within the University High School attendance district. Private Schools[16] Arete Preparatory Academy Brawerman Elementary School New Horizon School New Roads Elementary School Park Century School Saint Sebastian School Southern California Montessori School Wildwood School Asahi Gakuen, a weekend Japanese supplementary school system, operates its Santa Monica campus (サンタモニカ校・高等部 Santamonika-kō kōtōbu) at Daniel Webster Middle in Sawtelle. At one time all high school classes in the Asahi Gakuen system were held at the Santa Monica campus.[17][18] As of 1986 students took buses from as far away as Orange County to go to the high school classes of the Santa Monica campus.[19] As of 2018[update] three campuses (Santa Monica, Orange, and Torrance) have high school classes.[20] Demographics of the incorporated area[edit] In 2009, the Los Angeles Times's "Mapping L.A." project supplied these Sawtelle neighborhood statistics: population: 35,844; median household income: $57,710.[21] (The unincorporated area population is much smaller (see below) at about 634 persons.) Police service and crime[edit] Los Angeles Police Department operates the West Los Angeles Community Police Station at 1663 Butler Avenue, 90025, serving the neighborhood.[22] There exists some gang activity within the area, although it has decreased considerably over the past decade. The Sotel 13 gang has claimed Stoner Park and its surrounding community as its territory since the 1950s,[23] and gang graffiti can still be found throughout the neighborhood.[24] Public transportation[edit] The area is now served by buses of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority,[25] but as with a great deal of the Westside the lion's share of bus service is provided by the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus and the green coaches of the Culver CityBus system. The Sawtelle neighborhood is served by the Bundy Station on the Expo Line.

Unincorporated county area[edit] Composition and boundaries[edit] "Old soldiers" observing Memorial Day at the cemetery in the early 20th century The Sawtelle unincorporated area in the County of Los Angeles is composed of seven parcels. These include the Veterans Administration and other federal buildings. This territory consists of six parcels owned either by the U.S. government or the state of California. A private utility company owns the seventh parcel. It is under the zoning and governmental control of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors within the Third Supervisorial District.[3] It is bounded by an irregular line starting at Levering and Veteran Avenues on the northeast, south on Veteran Avenue to the northern boundary of Westwood Park, west or south on Sepulveda Boulevard or the San Diego Freeway (Interstate 405) to Ohio Avenue, west or north on Ohio Avenue or Purdue Avenue to the rear line of properties facing Rochester Avenue, west to Federal Avenue, north along Federal or Bringham Avenue or the western limit of the former Veterans Home grounds to Chayote Street, east on Chayote to Woodburn Drive, south on the western limit of the hospital grounds to Waterford Street, east on Waterford to Sepulveda Boulevard, north to the northern limit of the Los Angeles National Cemetery, and east on a line to Levering and Veteran Avenues. (Thomas Guide to Los Angeles County, 2002.) The unincorporated area is completely surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. It is bordered by the Los Angeles communities of West Los Angeles to the south, Brentwood to the northwest, and Westwood on the northeast. According to 2005 estimates by Los Angeles County government, the population of the unincorporated area of Sawtelle is 634.[26] Veterans Administration hospital, office buildings, and national cemetery[edit] Main article: Sawtelle Veterans Home West Los Angeles [VA] Medical Center, 11301 Wilshire Blvd., built in the unincorporated Sawtelle area in 1977. Previously called VA Wadsworth. The grounds of the former Veterans Home, which was established in 1888, along with a cemetery and hospital for former soldiers and sailors, is also referred to as Sawtelle. This area, containing former hospital and apartment buildings and the historical veteran's home, and now converted to research and office space, is mostly north of Wilshire Boulevard. Since 1977, this area has formally included the Veterans Affairs (VA) Wadsworth Medical Center (now the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center),[4] which is south of Wilshire Boulevard from the former veteran's home site (see illustration above). This major hospital serves as part of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.[4] The veterans home and hospital areas are both located west of the modern Interstate 405 freeway (San Diego Freeway), which bisects this federal parcel of land. It was part of a controversial plan in the 1960s, in which the property was proposed to be exchanged for Hazard Park in Boyle Heights, which would become home to a new VA hospital. The plan was shelved after seven years because of heavy public opposition.,[27][28] and instead, the present West Los Angeles Medical Center was built as the new hospital, in 1977. The Wilshire Federal Building in unincorporated Sawtelle, California at 11000 Wilshire Boulevard. The building is often mistakenly assumed to be in Westwood, but it sits just outside City of Los Angeles territory. The Los Angeles National Cemetery, which is located east of Interstate 405, between Sepulveda Boulevard and Veteran Avenue, contains the remains of some 85,000 veterans and family members from the Mexican War to the present. The Wilshire Federal Building (photo at right, description below) is also east of the 405 freeway, immediately south of Wilshire Boulevard and the cemetery. Wilshire Federal Building[edit] A major stand-alone federal office building in the area is the 19-story Wilshire Federal Building[29] (completed 1969) at 11000 Wilshire Blvd, Westwood, Los Angeles. The federal building is the most prominent symbol of federal power in the Los Angeles area, and is thus a popular site for protests against government policies. It includes the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Los Angeles field office.[30]

Demographics[edit] From the 1980 U.S. Census to the 1990 U.S. Census an increase in construction caused the population to increase by 6.7%; the addition of 692 dwelling units increased the units in Sawtelle by 10.6%. The 1990 census stated that there were 14,042 residents in Sawtelle. There was no racial majority at that time. Barbara Koh of the Los Angeles Times stated that "The racial percentages in Sawtelle in the 1990 Census were virtually unchanged from 1980".[31] In 1990, 48% of the residents were Anglo White, 26% were Latino or Hispanic, 23% were Asian, and 3% were Black.[31]

In fiction and popular culture[edit] In Neal Stephenson's science fiction novel, Snow Crash, he coined the name "Fedland" for the unincorporated Sawtelle area, because in the novel it is one of the few bits of land still under the direct control of the United States government (the rest of the city having been taken over by corporations).[citation needed]

See also[edit] Los Angeles portal History of the Japanese in Los Angeles Stephen W. Cunningham—Los Angeles City Council member, 1933–41, succeeded in killing public-housing proposal for Sawtelle

References[edit] ^ Annexation Map City of Los Angeles ^ Naomi Hirahara, Thinking L.A.: How West L.A. became a haven for Japanese-Americans, UCLA Newsroom, April 15, 2015 ^ a b Sawtelle Zoning Study, Los Angeles County ^ a b [1] Wadsworth VA website ^ Luther A Ingersoll,Ingersoll's Century History, Santa Monica Bay Cities - Prefaced with a Brief History of the State of California, a Condensed History of Los Angeles County, 1542-1908; Supplemented with an Encyclopedia of Local Biography, ISBN 978-1-4086-2367-1, 2008 ^ Pacific Electric Westgate Line ^ Pacific Electric Santa Monica Air Line ^ Wadsworth Chapel ^ Loomis, Jan (2008). Brentwood. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0-7385-5621-1.  ^ Robbing Veterans of Pension 1904 ^ "Police Seizure of City Hall Starts Sawtelle on Exit Path" by reporter George Garrigues, Los Angeles Times (Westside section), January 10, 1963 Library card required ^ "A coup that stuck", Los Angeles Times, December 17, 2006 ^ [2] Incorporated Sawtelle boundaries are shown ^ Okazaki, Manami (November 4, 2017), "Sawtelle Japantown: A return to one's roots?", The Japan Times  ^ [3] Official website for the Japanese Institute of Sawtelle ^ ^ "サンタモニカ校・高等部." Asahi Gakuen. Retrieved on March 30, 2014. "DANIEL WEBSTER MIDDLE SCHOOL 11330 W. Graham Place, Los Angeles, CA 90064 " ^ "Mapping LA: Sawtelle." Los Angeles Times. Retrieved on May 9, 2014. ^ Puig, Claudia. "'School of the Rising Sun' : Surroundings Are American but Classes, Traditions Are Strictly Japanese." Los Angeles Times. November 13, 1986. p. 1. Retrieved on March 30, 2014. ^ "学園概要." Asahi Gakuen. Retrieved on March 3, 2018. "高等部(サンタモニカ校、トーランス校、オレンジ校)" ^ "Sawtelle" entry on the Los Angeles Times "Mapping L.A." website ^ West LA Community Police Station ^ Romero, James. "Gangster's Paradise Lost." (Archive) Los Angeles City Beat, November 6, 2003. Retrieved on May 11, 2013. ^ Romero, Dennis. "David Morales: Sawtelle Shooting Takes Life, Injures Another in West L.A." (Archive) LAWeekly. Wednesday January 4, 2012. Retrieved on May 11, 2013. ^ Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority ^ Los Angeles County, unincorporated population estimates (2005) ^ "Victory for Save Hazard Park Assn". Los Angeles Times. 5 September 1969. p. C6.  ^ "Hazard Park Swap Foes Stage Protest". Los Angeles Times. 6 March 1967. p. E7.  ^ Wilshire Federal Building ^ "Los Angeles Division." Federal Bureau of Investigation. Retrieved on June 9, 2015. "11000 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 1700 Los Angeles, CA 90024" ^ a b Koh, Barbara. "Home-Grown : Development: Old-timers lament as nurseries and duplexes give way to pricey condos, making the ethnic neighborhood into just another part of West L.A." Los Angeles Times. July 7, 1991. p. 1. Retrieved on March 27, 2014.

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