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...
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A daytime view of the central business district in Torrance, California, near the intersection of Sartori and El Prado. The shops lining the street include a candy store and a furniture store. The central street is full of parked cars.
Interior view of the Bath House, or Plunge, on the Long Beach Pike. There is an observation gallery along the wall above the pool. A sign at the top of a slide leading into the pool reads, "Warning: not responsible for accidents resulting from...
A view of the ocean front amusement area known as the Pike in Long Beach, California. In the center is the two-story Bath House with grand portico. The five storey building with the red roof seen on the left side of the image is the Hotel Virginia.
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 looking south along the beach, with the Pike visible along the shore. An oriental pavilion stands in the foreground, with the Bamboo Slide--a tower structure with a ramp leading up to it and a spiral slide wrapping around it--and the...
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.