Los Angeles College (Los Angeles, Calif.); St. Vincent College (Los Angeles, Calif.)--History; Loyola Marymount University--History; Jesuits--California--Los Angeles;
A 63-page published booklet commemorating the first year of Los Angeles College. The catalog is divided into several chapters that cover the history of the school's founding, the development of the school curriculum, the rules and regulations for...
A trifold brochure supporting John F. Dockweiler's 1938 campaign to become Governor of California. A statement at the bottom of the first page reads, "The statement contained in this folder is in answer to a request addressed to Congressman John...
Chinese Restaurants--California--Los Angeles; Decoration and ornament, Architectural--California--Los Angeles
Looking east through West Gate onto Gin Ling Way, lined with shops and benches; non-illuminated neon sign hanging from gate reads: GinLing Way New Chinatown; signage with Chinese characters; restaurant sign announcing "60 cent lunch special"
A view looking inland toward the Pike. An oriental-style pavilion stands in the foreground, with the Bath House just behind it. Signs along the Pike advertise ice cream, Coca-Cola, and bowling, and the beach is crowded with visitors.
Streets--California--Los Angeles; City halls--California--Los Angeles; Stores, Retail--California--Los Angeles
A daytime view looking downhill on Beacon Street in San Pedro, California, with the domed, neoclassical-style City Hall on the right. Other businesses along the street include H.W. Scott Photograph Studio and a shoe store. Horse-drawn carts and...
Fairground at Bishop, California. Grandstands at right of photograph; judging tower at left. Automobiles, both parked and proceeding to fairground. Buildings in background. White Mountains are in the background. Title supplied by cataloger.
Chinese Restaurants--California--Los Angeles; Decoration and ornament, Architectural--California--Los Angeles;
From inside West Gate, looking east on Gin Ling Way toward Li-Po at the East Gate; banners with Chinese characters; Forbidden Palace restaurant on left; benches; parked automobiles; people strolling; address on awning to left:"463"