Detail 4 of 4 of South Central Codex and Slauson serenade, Los Angeles, 1995. Slauson A Line Station (formerly the Blue Line), Long Beach Avenue at 58th Drive, Los Angeles (Florence). Timeline of Los Angeles history on the upper, platform level--encompasses the first few billion years of cosmic accretion, continental drift and prehistoric life to the arrival of the first human beings, Native American cultures, Spanish explorers and European technology, Mexican ranchos, Manifest Destiny, 19th-century urbanization, population boom, new immigrantd, Central American society, community activists, and the coming 21st century. On the lower, street level, four ceramic and concrete panels depict the lives of everyday people and celebrate values shared by those who live and work in this area: love and family, church and school, the work ethic and community service. Centrally featured in the Community Service panel is the late County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn. Porcelain enamel on metal (92 panels) and handcut glazed ceramic tile (4 pieces), by East Los Streetscapers (Wayne Healy, David Botello, Ricardo Duffy). Sponsored by MTA Metro Art.--Dunitz, Street gallery, rev. 2nd ed., p. 237, #34.