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The Igloo ice cream parlour in Hollywood (1920s)

Hollywood is 100 years old: a history of Tinseltown in pictures - Telegraph Austrian actress Eva von Berne sitting on a fake iceberg in front of The Igloo, an ice cream parlour shaped like an Inuit dwelling, in Hollywood

1920s - View showing a boy and girl enjoying Hoot, Hoot ice cream in front of Hoot Owl Café. I Scream Hoot Owl Cafe was in the shape of an owl. The head rotated; the eyes, made from Buick headlamps, blinked; the sign: Hoot Hoot, I Scream, used elements of a theater marquee. For over 50 years, Tillie Hattrup ran this refreshment spot designed and built by her husband, Roy in 1926-27. It was originally on Valley Boulevard, then moving to 8711 Long Beach Boulevard, before being demolished in…

The Hoot Owl Cafe was built in and Tillie Hattrup ran this refreshment stand for 50 years. Her husband, Roy Hattrup built and designed the cafe. It was torn down in (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection)

Black cat casting call, Los Angeles, 1961

Casting Call for Black Cats to Star in Roger Corman Movie in Los Angeles, 1961

Vintage LA

Vintage LA

The Freezer (occasionally confused as the Samarkand Ice Cream Parlor), was a small chain of ice cream stands in Los Angeles. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

The Freezer (occasionally confused as the Samarkand Ice Cream Parlor), was a small chain of ice cream stands in Los Angeles.

Ansel Adams' photo of the Brown Derby in Hollywood in 1940.

Ansel Adams 1940 photos of Los Angeles - Here is The Brown Derby - Downtown gallery drkrm will show the collection for the first time this month.

Flower crown discovered by M O R G A N E on We Heart It

I love the idea of a fresh-flower crown for the bride. It's more beautiful than a jewel tiara, the flowers can be dried and kept, it's whimsical. There's just something so special about it. after the bride and groom are married?

Edward Steichen: in high fashion, the Condé Nast years, 1923-1937

Actress Gloria Swanson, captured through lace by photographer Edward Steichen. Gloria Swanson photograph taken by Edward Steichen

Darth Vader

Darth Vader

goal: eyes as center of focus. Notice that the eyes are dead center in this shot.

Elizabeth Taylor back when. In her day, she was the most beautiful actress in Hollywood with her bright violet eyes and dark hair.