This unusual oval framed image was taken from the rocks of Three Arch Bay, looking south toward Dana Point in the distance. It has a Laguna Beach postmark of April 15, This postcard shows a lot of hand-painted vegatation where there isn't any!
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Like most of his social contemporaries, Graves sought to purchase a weekend home along the fashionable beachfront destination of Brighton Beach. No, not that Brighton Beach. Brighton Beach, California— the one here in Los Angele s.
Brian Addison is an award-winning writer and photographer based out of Long Beach, where his love of books, whiskey, and perspective are continuously fulfilled. City Rising is a multimedia documentary program that traces gentrification and displacement through a lens of historical discriminatory laws and practices. Learn more.
The Pacific Electric Railway Companynicknamed the Red Carswas a privately owned mass transit system in Southern California consisting of electrically powered streetcarsinterurban cars, and buses and was the largest electric railway system in the world in the s. Electric trolleys first appeared in Los Angeles in Huntington and banker Isaias W.
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Shortly after the turn of the 20th century an accumulation of factors led to a worldwide explosion in the popularity of postcards. The middle class had grown much larger in size, and the excess money it had to spend on nonessential goods was enough to support a large industry. Technical advances in photography and printing also allowed businesses to meet this growing demand. Advertisements now promoted and helped legitimize postcards as an alternative way to stay in touch with friends and family without the need of lengthy letter writing.
Capacity: 6, according to a Los Angeles Public Library photo caption. The building was of wood frame construction built on pilings on the beach. The Harold Lloyd two-reeler "Number, Please?
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