Did you Know? The Hollywood sign was once read as Hollywoodland
Harry Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, built the sign in 1923. It began as a $21,000 billboard for Chandler's Hollywoodland real estate development. In 1949, the sign was shortened to the one we are all familiar with.
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