A view looking east on Wilshire Boulevard near Rodeo Dr. in Los Angeles, California. Businesses along the street include the Brown Derby, W & J Sloane, Rigdan's and the California Bank. The Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel is visible on the right.
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A daytime view looking down Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The Wilshire Christian Church dominates the foreground, with the radio towers and headquarters building for the KFAC Auburn-Cord radio station immediately behind it. The...
A photograph of the veterans Hospital near Westwood in Los Angeles, California. The photograph shows a collection of four, five-storey brick buildings, one of which has a neoclassical-style entry with columns.
A view along the waterfront, showing a row of boats tied up at the docks. On the right is a covered structure where crowds of onlookers wait for the sailors to disembark. The oil wells on Signal Hill are visible in the distance.
Loyola University of Los Angeles--Football; College football players
Black-and-white photograph of two football players in uniform side-by-side in squatting position before a snap. Pieces of tape visible in upper center and bottom left corner of photograph. Notation "2a" written in bottom right corner.
A black-and-white photograph of two football players in uniform crouching on an outdoor field, facing one another, with one hand on the ground and their helmets touching. Both players are turned slightly to face the camera. Their jerseys are...
Note on image verso: "Please don't bite--With a smile for the photographer, Tomoe Nomura slips her hand into the mouth of Buttons, a four-year-old pilot whale at Marineland of the Pacific, as trainer Larry Clark tickes the whale's palate. Miss...
A view of the Santa Monica Bay, looking north towards the Palisades and bay from the California Incline, with mountains in the distance. What looks to be half of the remaining Long Wharf extends into the bay.
A view of the Port of Los Angeles, looking out towards the ocean, with a freight train in the foreground, and ships in the harbor. A sign for "E. K. Wood [Lumber]" can be seen on top of one of the buildings on the left.