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Musso & Frank Restaurant Hollywood
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Musso & Franks Grill
Musso & Frank's, 6667 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles. The oldest restaurant in Hollywood, it opened in 1919, and they still make the best Tom Collins in town.
Sinatra & Bacall at the Musso and Frank Grill in Hollywood
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Frank Sinatra and Lauren Bacall have drinks at Musso and Frank Grill in Los Angeles, 1957. (© Frank Worth/Courtesy of Emage International/Getty Images)
Musso and Frank Grill in hollywood. the best martini in town!
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The Musso & Frank Grill on Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, 1940’s.
The Longest Lunch Counter in the World. F. W. Woolworth Co Los Angeles California
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Vintage postcard: the longest lunch counter in the world, F.W. Woolworth Co. 431 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
Glamour in the street, California, 1959. Photo by Elliot Erwitt.
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Los Angeles, 1959. Photo by Elliott Erwitt. on 30 something urban girl tumblr #photography #vintage #elliotterwitt #losangeles
Glamour in the Street, California, 1959 (Elliot Erwitt)
The Zep Diner, Hollywood, CA 1929
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The Zep Diner in Hollywood, California - 1929
The Zep Diner, vintage Los Angeles photograph, 1931. #zeppelin
.Look at those cars...it looks like some type of diner for the space age...
http://custard-pie.com/ The Zeppelin Diner in Downtown Los Angeles - 1931 - Now that's a Diner I wish I could have gone to - Norm Hansen-RPM Mortgage http://www.rpm-mtg.com/nhansen
Los Angeles-the great depression.
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Los Angeles -- The Great Depression
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December 5th 1933: Prohibition ends On this day in 1933, Prohibition officially ended in the United States upon the ratification of the 21st Amendment to the Constitution. Utah was the final state to ratify the amendment, and this gave the measure the required 75% of state approval. The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment of 1920 which had imposed Prohibition, which banned alcohol in the United States. This is the only time in US history when one amendment overturned another.
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Prohibition Food Trends and Tipples
On December 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment to the Constitution ended what had been called America’s “noble experiment.” The experiment was Prohibition – a nationwide ban on the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages. The ban had been in place from 1920 through 1933.
American History Blog: The Repeal of Prohibition
Orange County Sheriff's deputies dumping illegal booze, Santa Ana, 3-31-1932
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August 1936. Oklahoma farm family on highway between Blythe and Indio.
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Traveling Light: 1936. This picture should be shown to every high school History class with the words,"So, you think YOU'RE deprived because you didn't get the latest iPhone....?"
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Can you imagine? Standing on the side of the road, homeless, car-less, with your two young children? :( Forced by the drought of 1936 to abandon their farm, they set out with their children to drive to California. Picking cotton in Arizona for a day or two at a time gave them enough for food and gas to continue. On this day they were within a day's travel of their destination, Bakersfield. Their car had broken down en route and was abandoned."
Waiting for the bus.......Great vintage photos on this site<3..Miss Moss : Exploring Shorpy
L.A. burns, 1992.
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1992 L.A. Riots by Gary Leonard / Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection.
1992 Los Angeles Riots
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Los Angeles Orphan Asylum in Boyle Heights (date unknown, most likely early 1900’s). The orphanage operated in L.A. from 1890-1953, when it moved to Rosemead.
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Los Angeles Orphan Asylum in Boyle Heights 1900s
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From a series of detail photographs from a Library of Congress visual survey taken before the Richfield Building’s demolition document the exquisite craftsmanship lost in its destruction.
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Richfield building detail.
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A stylish couple arrives for a day at the races at Hollywood Park, 1930’s. Another image from the prolific Herman Schultheis, who is currently the subject of an exhibit at the Los Angeles Public Library Central Branch.
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Vintage Hollywood park racetrack
A stylish couple arrives for a day at the races at Hollywood Park, 1930’s. Another image from the prolific Herman Schultheis. Hollywood Park finally closed late 2012
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Broadway and 6th Street, downtown Los Angeles, 1920’s. A streetcar is approaching the crowded, chaotic intersection (no crosswalks, no traffic signals: no problem.)
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What a scene. The caption said "Broadway and 6th - Los Angeles" but this looks so much like a busy street in NY...
An orchestra mirrored in the Hollywood Bowl reflecting pool, 1968. The pool has since been replaced with box seats.
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Did you know that the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, once had a pool of water in front of the stage? It was there to add atmosphere to amphitheater concerts, but was drained and eventually removed in the early 1970s to make room for additional box seats. Here is Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic Orchestra in 1963.
Ok, not a swimming pool, but way cool! An orchestra mirrored in the Hollywood Bowl reflecting pool, 1968. The pool has since been replaced with box seats.
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A drug store on the corner of Hope Street and West Pico, shining brightly in a seemingly deserted night-time Los Angeles, 1926.
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rogerwilkerson: Los Angeles - 1955
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A forlorn driver in a Los Angeles parking lot, circa 1955
Please Feed The Meters: The Next Parking Revolution
There’s plenty to hate about driving—traffic jams, car accidents, speeding tickets—not to mention the endless headache of finding a spot to park. So what if you discovered an invention that could wean us from our vehicles, combating suburban sprawl and making city streets less dangerous, congested, and polluted? Well, that device has been around for nearly 80 years: It’s called the parking meter.
hot air balloons in the desert
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You know, I think that's one of the places that hot air balloons might be the preferred way to travel!
in san diego I always took these for grantite because there was a launcher in my neighborhood and I saw them everyday. when people would visit, they'd run outside every 5 seconds and be like WHOAAA! and to me it was just as normal as an airplane. but now I miss then :( #thatsmylongstory ;)
Hot air balloons against an evening sky
Hot air balloon ride. Bucket list.
Sweetly Scrapped: 100 Free Ephemera and Vintage Clipart and Images