Torrey Honors Urban Plunge
Torrey Honors Urban Plunge
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thegetty:

May the design, colors, and textures of Union Station continue to be admired and appreciated for years to come. These photos were taken on the eve of the 75th Anniversary of the station. What did the opening celebration look like? The Huntington features it.
We’re teaming up The Huntington’s tumblr to bring you historic Los Angeles images on Wednesdays through August 6 as part of No Further West.
thegetty:

May the design, colors, and textures of Union Station continue to be admired and appreciated for years to come. These photos were taken on the eve of the 75th Anniversary of the station. What did the opening celebration look like? The Huntington features it.
We’re teaming up The Huntington’s tumblr to bring you historic Los Angeles images on Wednesdays through August 6 as part of No Further West.
thegetty:

May the design, colors, and textures of Union Station continue to be admired and appreciated for years to come. These photos were taken on the eve of the 75th Anniversary of the station. What did the opening celebration look like? The Huntington features it.
We’re teaming up The Huntington’s tumblr to bring you historic Los Angeles images on Wednesdays through August 6 as part of No Further West.
thegetty:

May the design, colors, and textures of Union Station continue to be admired and appreciated for years to come. These photos were taken on the eve of the 75th Anniversary of the station. What did the opening celebration look like? The Huntington features it.
We’re teaming up The Huntington’s tumblr to bring you historic Los Angeles images on Wednesdays through August 6 as part of No Further West.
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losangelespast:

A lone figure climbs the steps of a backlit Los Angeles City Hall, 1928.
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losangelespast:

The Art Deco Sears tower in Boyle Heights at night, Los Angeles, date unknown.
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losangelespast:

The old Los Angeles County Courthouse, with City Hall in the background, late 1920’s. The Courthouse - seriously damaged in the Long Beach Earthquake of ‘33 - was demolished in 1936.
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losangelespast:

Before stop lights: A seemingly impenetrable thicket of traffic, with cars, trolleys, horse-drawn carriages, and pedestrians, 7th and Broadway, Los Angeles, 1920’s.
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losangelespast:

Justice Street, the last unpaved street in Los Angeles, with City Hall in the background, 1931.
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losangelespast:

Angels Flight crossing over Clay Street, Los Angeles, 1960. Every building on either side of the street would meet the wrecking ball within a few short years.
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losangelespast:

The Griffith Observatory at night, with the street lights of the Los Angeles basin burning bright in the background, 1940.
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eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California
eversolightly:

“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!”The Last BookstoreLos Angeles, California