Image: 1939 May Co. Wilshire from http://www.thedepartmentstoremuseum.org/2010/06/may-company-los-angeles-california.html .
“Completed in 1939, the May Company Building …in the Wilshire district, Los Angeles, is a celebrated example of Streamline Moderne architecture. The building’s architect Albert C. Martin, Sr., also designed the Million Dollar Theater and Los Angeles City Hall. The May Company Building is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.
“The Los Angeles Conservancy calls it ‘the grandest example of Streamline Moderne remaining in Los Angeles’. It is especially noted for its gold-tiled cylindrical section that faces the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue, of which it occupies the northeast corner.”
To see streamline moderne buildings in California that are likely to still be standing click on: https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Category:Streamline_Moderne_architecture_in_California .