- Type of Place
- Metro Area
- Los Angeles/San Diego
- Politics c. 1860?
- Unions, Organized Labor?
Sundown Town Status
- Sundown Town in the Past?
- Was there an ordinance?
- Don't Know
- Don’t Know
- Year of Greatest Interest
- Still Sundown?
- Surely Not
Method of Exclusion
Main Ethnic Group(s)
Culver City started to break in the 1960s and was
completely broken by 1980.
“Although we had many nightclubs here in the
1920s and 1930’s, and Louis Armstrong, Lionel
Hampton and many others played here at Frank
Sebastian’s Cotton Club there were written restrictive
covenants. They were not just aimed at the black (then
called Negro) population, however. They were aimed
at Negroes, unmarried couples, and other ethnic
groups. One, I have seen personally from 1923
precludes ‘negroes, mexicans and those of the asiatic
-Culver City historian