Topanga Canyon Road under construction, circa early 1900s. In the background is visible Pedro Orsua and a team of horses. This image was donated by Laura B. Gaye, from her book "Land of the West Valley." San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

View of San Fernando Valley from Summit, Topanga, circa 1937 postcard :: San Fernando Valley History. - Wow! have to find the location of my house from the 1958-1995.

Topanga Canyon, California, USA

Topanga Canyon, CA

Pierce CC: Topanga Canyon Boulevard circa 1921

Hollywoodland sign in 1923, with the rural San Fernando Valley beyond.

1930: Constructing tunnels through Elysian Park, which will become the Pasadena Freeway.

View of the Santa Susana Pass and Chatsworth. The postmark is dated May 7, 1941. West Valley Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library/

A view of the San Fernando Valley from Topanga Canyon :: "Dick" Whittington Photography Collection, 1924-1987

Old Topanga Canyon Road | Yelp

November 5, 1913 - People watch in amazement as the Los Angeles Aqueduct water starts flowing down the cascades into the San Fernando Valley.. 52 Mule Team http://www.pinterest.com/pin/461056080575713332/ http://www.pinterest.com/slt1954/old-la/

my beautiful purple valley!!! :) "Hello" from the San Fernando Valley postcard, circa late 1950s :: San Fernando Valley History

This avenue of Mexican fan palms, the earliest of its kind in Los Angeles, was planted in the 1870s, and was famous as a curiosity in the pre-automobile era. Seen here in 1930, the avenue is now part of the Orthopaedic Hospital complex near Adams Blvd and Flower St. Courtesy of the USC Libraries - Dick Whittington Photography Collection.

The Sepulveda Pass, Santa Monica Mountains. Dropping down into the Los Angeles Basin from the San Fernando Valley. The Getty Museum is to the left high up in the mountains.

The Road Home, Highway 66 in Alberta Canada, by Vincent Piotrwoski, on 500px.

HISTORY / Historic photograph of the Chateau Marmont.

The Mission Inn - Riverside, California

Avenue of the Giants - Redwoods in Northern California. I love this part of Cali. The most amazing State.

Sequoia Road ~ Grant Grove of giant sequoias in Kings Canyon National Park, California

San Pedro, California, 1979 - John Margolies

old Route 66, Arizona