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    Young men picking fruit on Albert Prince's orchard in North Hollywood, 1920s. Prince is standing on the left holding a piece of wood. The area is now part of North Hollywood Park. Weddington Family Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

    The North Hollywood Pacific Electric Car Station was located at the intersection of Chandler and Lankershim Boulevards. It was part of a very efficient rail system that was dismantled due to competition from the automobile in 1952. This picture probably dates from 1919. Los Angeles Valley College Historical Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

    Hollywood Way, looking south, approaching Lockheed Air Terminal in 1944. Camouflage is visible on the roof of the plant. On the left is the Vega Plant which was the first plant to use fluorescent lighting. Sign for the Skyroom Cafe is on the left; the Terminal Drive-In is on the right. Coralie Hewitt Tillack Collection. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

    Men in Lankershim, now North Hollywood, in a field of pumpkins in 1915. Pumpkins were sometimes called "Lankershim oranges" at that time. Weddington Family Collection.

    Hollywood Tourist Court 1940s by Vintage Roadside, via Flickr

    Grocery shopping at the Hollywood Market c.1940s

    Odyssey Disco Beverly Blvd West Hollywood CA

    ..old Hollywood

    50's Frederick's of Hollywood

    Original Hollywood Sign (1923) The Hollywood Sign originally said "Hollywoodland" before it was shortened in 1945.

    The Hollywood sign originally said "Hollywoodland" when it was installed in 1923, to advertise for a housing development. It wasn't supposed to be permanent. The last four letters were removed when the sign was refurbished in 1949.

    hollywood brown derby on vine street 1928 and now

    The corner of Hollywood and Vine (1932)

    (1926-1929) Within a short period of 4 years, the Hollywood Bowl shell would go through a series of design modifications all with the intent of improving the acoustics. The 1929 shell stood until 2003.

    Notice of Auction Sale of Horses, San Fernando Valley, 1910. :: San Fernando Valley History

    The Hollywood Theatre on Hollywood Blvd. - 1938

    1956 Frederick's of Hollywood

    The Hollywood Bowl

    Hollywood and Vine, Los Angeles, CA, 1959