"I'll eat oranges for you. You throw snowballs for me."
A photo souvenir postcard shot at Pasadena's Flag Studio, which had an artificial orange tree next to which tourists could pose. Courtesy of the David Boulé Collection.
California Sunshine orange crate label.
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New on the LAVA blog, David Boulé's July LAVA Sunday Salon talk on Southern California citrus lore: http://lavatransforms.org/salon-davidboule-july2014
Redlands CA, California Sunshine Brand fruit crate label
Vintage Crate Label
California Sunshine orange crate label. From the David Boulé Collection.
Walter Francis O'Malley. In 1958, as owner of the Dodgers, brought the Brooklyn Dodgers to LA.
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May 3, 1957 – Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley agrees to move the team from Brooklyn, New York, to Los Angeles, California. Inducted 2008
El Chato Taco truck.
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El Chato Taco Truck - 5300 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
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Vintage Los Angeles
Los Angeles City Limits #Vintage #Photography
Vintage Beach photo
Los Angeles City Limits, [Catalina Island Museum Collections]*
Catalina Island, California
Grauman's Chinese Movie Theatre. Marilyn Monroe. Jane Russell. June 26, 1953.
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Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell press their hand prints in wet cement as they promote their film ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood, California, June 26, 1953. Photo by Darlene Hammond
Philippes. French dipped Sandwiches.
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Philippe's, or "Phillippe the Original" is a restaurant located in downtown Los Angeles, California. The restaurant is well known for continuously operating since 1908, making it one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles. It is also renowned for claiming to be the inventor of the French Dip sandwich. The restaurant has been located at 1001 N. Alameda Street, on the edge of Chinatown, in the Historical District of Los Angeles, two blocks north of Olvera Street, since 1951.
Philippe's - the best the best the best French double dip sandwiches and pickles, yum
Phillipe's The Original French Dipped Sandwiches, Cali
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∆ beach zen// Third eye
PULP ART BOOK: VOLUME ONE - Neil Krug
Hippie couple sun
Far out. #bohemian ☮k☮ #boho #hippie #namaste #yoga #meditation #gypsy
Watts Tower LA California - The Watts Towers or Towers of Simon Rodia in the Watts district of Los Angeles, California, is a collection of 17 interconnected structures, two of which reach heights of over 99 feet (30 m). The Towers were built by Italian immigrant construction worker Sabato ("Sam" or "Simon") Rodia in his spare time over a period of 33 years, from 1921 to 1954. The work is an example of non-traditional vernacular architecture and American Naïve art
Watts Towers -Simon Rodia and his towers he worked on every day for 30 years.
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GETTY REBAR TREES DRAWING - Google Search
I <3 Watts Towers ( Simon Rodia worked on every day for 30 years.)
The Watts Towers or Towers of Simon Rodia in the Watts district of Los Angeles, California, is a collection of 17 interconnected structures, two of which reach heights of over 99 feet (30 m). The Towers were built by Italian immigrant construction worker Sabato ("Sam" or "Simon") Rodia in his spare time over a period of 33 years, from 1921 to 1954. The work is an example of non-traditional vernacular architecture and American Naïve art
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The Garden of Allah was a famous hotel in Hollywood, California, at 8152 Sunset Boulevard between Crescent Heights and Havenhurst, at the east end of the Sunset Strip. It was originally a 2.5 acre estate called Hayvenhurst that was built in 1913 by real-estate developer William H. Hay as his private residence. Alla Nazimova acquired the property in 1918 and then, in 1926, converted it into a residential hotel by adding 25 villas around the residence ... .
Garden of Allah site on Sunset and Crescent Heights in LA was playground for celebs in 1930s and the former home of Alla Nazimova
Garden of Allah Apartments | Garden of Allah, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood
Garden of Allah Hotel sign on Sunset Boulevard.
The Garden of Allah 1920s
Santa Barbara, California, Palms Trees, Santa Monica, Pictures, Roads Trips, Places, Vw Vans, Roadtrip
california dreaming. Road trip
There's no other place like it <3 Classic VW van parked near the beach in Santa Monica
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California, palm trees, blue van, beach, grass I used to live on this block in Santa Barbara!
Santa Barbara, CA. Photo by Kirsten Ellis of Beaux Arts Photographie. #santabarbara #montecito #visitsantabarbara #california #palmtrees