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Handing her garter over to the winner ~ Culver City Race Track, LA CA c.1927 by DIck Whittington
Evolution of The Bicycle, Los Angeles, August 4, 1933
BIKE TO THE FUTURE!!!
Mickey Rooney, Olivia De Havilland, Dick Powell and Joe E Brown under the microphone at the nation-wide broadcast from Los Angeles of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on October 10, 1935
RIDE ‘EM COWBOY!!!!!!!!!!!
If This is Spring, Come on Summer - Harbingers of spring, now just two days away, swarmed over the Southland beaches yesterday in the form of adorning bathing beauties. Here is a group of them from the Girls’ Dare Club on the strand at Venice. When they bowl they simply knock ‘em over and when they swim the waves grow even wilder - March 19, 1934, Los Angeles Times
make up artist Lois Burwell, Beverly Hills, California, August 15, 2013
a youthful group stands outside of the Disney Brothers Studio on 4647 Kingswell Avenue in Los Angeles in 1925
top, left to right - Lillian Bounds Disney (Walt’s wife), Walt Disney, Ruth Disney (Walt and Roy’s sister), Roy Disney, and Roy’s wife Edna
The Kingswell studio was two blocks west of the boys’ Uncle Robert’s home where both were staying. They produced the Alice in Cartoonland series and some of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series here. This is where the Walt Disney Company officially began on October 16, 1923
third picture shows Walt and Roy with some of their employees
and the fourth, the same people, superimposed on the location today - which is now home to a printing company called Extra Copy. they even salute Disney inside the shop!
A traffic policeman stops for a tea break, Broadway and 11th Street, Los Angeles, 1927
Sunday school class on the steps of 1st Presbyterian Church in Eagle Rock. Pictured are approximately 52 children, both boys and girls of various ages, as well as seven female teachers sitting in the back row. The church was established on March 5, 1914 and was first occupied on Easter Sunday, April 4, 1915. It later became the Creswell Hall and eventually succumbed to demolition in 1962 or 1963. Eagle Rock is a neighborhood in northeastern Los Angeles that derives its name from a massive boulder at the district’s northern edge, which contains an indentation that casts a vaguely bird-shaped shadow on the rock at certain times of day. In 1906 Eagle Rock became an independent city and was incorporated in 1911 with a population of approximately 600; in 1920, population had grown to 2,250. Just one year later, in 1921, this figure had leaped to 3,800, and by 2005, the U.S. census estimated the population at approximately 27,875 [via]