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View of Early Los Angeles I think this is Broadway. The pyramid topped tower on the left is the previous city hall, which stood from 1889 to Los Angeles Area, Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles California, California History, Southern California, Hollywood Street, San Fernando Valley, City Of Angels

Photos of LA from the 1830s through today to celebrate 177 years of photography

Today is World Photo Day, marking the 177th anniversary of the invention of cameras as we know them today. To celebrate, we've pulled 19 cool photographs of Los

Barbecue on February 1913 to celebrate the opening of Montrose, a new subdivision in the Crescenta Valley. The celebration (and land. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Land Auction, California History, Southern California, Usc Library, Atwater Village, Title Insurance, San Gabriel Valley

When L.A. Was Empty: Wide-Open SoCal Landscapes

Early photographs of Los Angeles surprise for many reasons, but often what's most striking is how empty the city looks.

The Pacific Electric During WWII – 37 Historical Photos of the Red Cars' Activity From 1942 to 1945 Cities In Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles, Street Run, Main Street, Old Trains, Vintage Trains, Vintage California, Southern California, Forest Sunset

Steam Locomotive at Sixth and Main

The September 1945 cover of Pacific Electric Magazine features a steam engine running west on the eastbound track on 6th Street, at Main Street, in front of the Pacific Electric Depot, a publicity stunt for the Western Railroad Manpower Project.

Here is a collection of impressive photos that shows street scenes of Los Angeles in the and Olive Streets, 1930 Crowds . Photo B, Life Photo, Beach Photos, Old Photos, 1930s America, Olive Street, Bizarre Photos, California History, Southern California

At the corner of 7th and Olive Streets, downtown Los Angeles, 1937

MARTIN TURNBULL - Author of "The Garden of Allah" series of novels set during the golden years of Hollywood

Los Angeles Development Boom of the - Aerial view of constuction of cloverleaf. Los Angeles Map, Los Angeles Area, Downtown Los Angeles, California History, Southern California, San Fernando Valley, City Of Angels, Urban Life, San Luis Obispo

Time Capsule: Los Angeles Development Boom of the 1950s | grayflannelsuit.net

The dramatic population explosion and land development of Los Angeles in the early 1950s is captured in this 1953 photo gallery from Life magazine

Headquarters Archives - Page 2 of 10 - Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society California History, Model Train Layouts, Everywhere You Go, Downtown Los Angeles, Train Tracks, Historical Society, Urban Landscape, Model Trains, Platforms

Headquarters Archives - Page 2 of 10 - Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

6th and Main Platforms

Undeveloped Bunker Hill by William Reagh Bunker Hill Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo County, Downtown Los Angeles, Victorian Homes, Southern California, American History, San Diego, New York Skyline, Hollywood

Last House Standing on Bunker Hill

By 1969, bulldozers had cleared Bunker Hill of its Victorian mansions. Steam shovels had shaved 30 feet off its summit. Only one stubborn house remained.

Image from the Jack Finn collection. Photographer: Unknown Date: Unknown Location: San Pedro Street in downtown Los Angeles. Notes on back of print: PE 1260 J 734 Image Notes: Scanned from a 3 x 5 inch print Cities In Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Old Photographs, Image Notes, Historical Society, Old Pictures, Jack Finn

Western District Archives - Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society

Image from the Jack Finn collection. Photographer: Unknown Date: Unknown Location: San Pedro Street in downtown Los Angeles. Notes on back of print: PE 1260 J 734 Image Notes: Scanned from a 3 /14 x 5 3/4 inch print

One of my favorite buildings in downtown L. Times building but I don’t often see vintage photographs of it in color. So in my book, this one is a gem. Judging by the clothes on the women off to the right, I’d say this was taken in the California History, Southern California, Garden Of Allah, Downtown Los Angeles, Famous Places, Amazing Architecture, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Street View

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Scroll down to see the scanned pages from the original telephone book. ~oOo~ B & R Cafe - 4459 Whitter Blvd Bal Tabarin Cafe - 15513 S. Western Ave, Gardena. Dine-Dance-Big Colored Review Nig