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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.

Model of Downtown Los Angeles 1940

''This photo, taken in shows an insanely detailed model of downtown Los Angeles, a WPA project that was displayed at the Museum of Natural History. The photo is one of hundreds in a new Taschen book called “Los Angeles: Portrait of a City”.

Joseph's Café, Los Angeles, CA, 1926; 4065 West Pico Boulevard; South Norton Avenue. (Dick Whittington Studio)

INTERIOR OF -- SW corner of Pico and Norton Josephs Royale confectioners caterers cafe

The Theme Building at LAX, designed by William Pereira and Charles Luckman and opened in LA Airport.

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Image of Depot/Livery Stable, 1876

The Hollywood Flower Pot in 1920. One source said that the shop was once located at 1124 N. Vine Street while another source said it was located at 1100 N. Vine, which would have been the corner of Vine and Santa Monica Blvd. Either way, it appears to be a defunct address. (LAPL)  Bizarre Los Angeles.

The Hollywood Flower Pot in One source said that the shop was once located at 1124 N. Vine Street while another source said it was located at 1100 N. Vine, which would have been the corner of Vine and Santa Monica Blvd.

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.

The California Piano Supply Co.(aka. Doc Manning's Big Red Piano), circa 1930. Once located at 2251 Venice Blvd. near Western, it's now the site of "Charlie's Fixtures, Inc."  The building was an architectural icon for over 40 years. The New Yorker Magazine once described it as "evidence of Southern California's special brand of madness." (Bizarre Los Angeles)

California Piano Supply Company, circa It was located at 2251 Venice Boulevard in Culver City. In the it was renamed Big Red Piano and they tried to move it to preserve it. Unfortunately, the building did not survive the move

Somewhere in Los Angeles, Febraury 12, 1912. (LAPL 00020815) Bizarre Los Angeles

Somewhere in Los Angeles, Febraury (LAPL Bizarre Los Angeles

Ride The Last Red Car - Los Angeles April 1961: Documentary of the last Red Car from Downtown LA to Long Beach in April 1961.

Ride The Last Red Car - Los Angeles If you recall - Roger Rabbit this is the story of the Red Car. April Documentary of the last Red Car from Downtown LA to Long Beach in April

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