Tales, Medieval; Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages--England--Canterbury--Poetry; English literature--Middle English, 1100-1500; Literature, Medieval; Printing--England--History--17th century; Early printed books--Specimens; Printing--Specimens
Streets--California--Los Angeles; Central business districts--California--Los Angeles; Parking facilities--California--Los Angeles; Traffic congestion--California--Los Angeles;
A view of Windward Avenue looking East towards the Lagoon. Parked automobiles line the street, some of them double parked. In the foreground, a crowd of people fill the street, some of them seated, looking towards the West (towards the ocean and...
Rice, Joseph F.; Gain, Jack; Downey, Larry; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Wilshire Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
1935-1936 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players of Loyola University of Los Angeles presents "Few Are Chosen" by Jack Gain, Jr. and Larry Downey, directed by Joseph F. Rice, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in May 1936.
Loyola University of Los Angeles--Football; Football coaches; College football players; Football--Coaching
Black-and-white photograph of Head Football Coach, Jim Brownfield, kneeling with notebook held open on his left thigh. From left to right, Defensive Coach Tom Richards, Freshman Quarterback Jerry Lowery, and Starting Quarterback, Jim Ertman, stand...
Los Angeles Aqueduct (Calif.); Bombings; Water-supply--California--Management; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles; Newspapers--California--Los Angeles
To meet the need for water of its growing population, the City of Los Angeles began acquiring water rights in the Owens Valley in 1905. The Los Angeles Aqueduct was completed in 1913 to bring Owens Valley water to the city. During the 1920s, the...
A view of the garden at the residence of Paul de Longpre, with a large lattice pavilion on the left, a smaller gazebo partially visible on the right, and trees in the background. Inset in the upper right hand corner is a picture of de Longpre.
Photograph of Main St., Compton, showing buildings destroyed by the earthquake, including the Fargo Coffee & Tea Co., and cars crushed by the falling debris. In the distance, a crane lifts a pile of rubble, with a few onlookers.