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Question 1: Bullock (owner of the more mainstream Bullock's in ________).
Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, CaliforniaBunker Hill, Los Angeles, CaliforniaDowntown Los AngelesChinatown, Los Angeles, California

Question 2: While struggling to become an actress, a teen-aged ________ worked as a sales clerk.
Angela LansburyLauren BacallLiza MinnelliAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actress

Question 3: Branches were located in Palm Springs, Woodland Hills, Newport Beach, La Jolla, ________, and Palm Desert (formerly Bonwit Teller).
Long Beach, CaliforniaPalos VerdesLos Angeles County, CaliforniaGlendale, California

Question 4: [3] The women's shoe salon was paneled with the wood from a single ________ tree.
Central AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)North America

Question 5: A historic-cultural monument of the City of Los Angeles, on May 25, 1978 it was listed in the ________ as No.78000685.
History of the National Register of Historic PlacesNational Park ServiceNational Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)

Question 6: [5] The upper floors were not damaged because fleeing staffers shut off the elevators; the original decision to build the store without ________ may have actually saved the landmark from ruin.
New York CityAtlantaEscalatorTaipei

Question 7: The Wilshire Boulevard store suffered severe damage during the ________; looters broke in and shattered every display case on the first floor.
California1992 Los Angeles riotsLos Angeles Police DepartmentRodney King

Question 8: In its heyday, Bullocks Wilshire patrons included Mae West, John Wayne, Marlene Dietrich, ________, Greta Garbo, ZaSu Pitts[4] and Clark Gable.
Vertigo (film)Alfred HitchcockNorth by NorthwestPsycho (1960 film)

Question 9: In 1994, the building was acquired by ________ - its long-time neighbor.
Whittier Law SchoolSouthwestern Law SchoolStanford Law SchoolLoyola Law School

Question 10: Bullocks Wilshire, located at 3050 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California, is a 230,000-square foot (21 400 m²) ________ building.
Art NouveauDe StijlArt DecoBrutalist architecture







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