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The Carousel and Skipper's Hot Dog On a Stick, Santa Monica Pier, probably late '60s

The Carousel and Skipper's Hot Dog On a Stick, Santa Monica Pier, probably late…

East LA in 1921 (I can't believe how fast L.A. has grown! This is ALL city now as far as the eye can see!!!)

On older maps of the city, Lincoln Heights is labeled "East Los Angeles," a name now used for a community three miles to the southeast.

America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Oil well derricks on the beach along the coast of the U.S. Pacific coast state of California indicate how thorough i

America's petroleum industries pour out fuel and lubricants for the United Nations. Oil well derricks on the beach along the coast of the U. Pacific coast state of California indicate how thorough i

Early version of the California Incline, 1905. The California Incline is a slanted road in Santa Monica, California, connecting Ocean Avenue with the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). It technically runs along California Avenue, a major east-west street in Santa Monica.

View of the Santa Monica shoreline from Palisades Park, circa The tracks of the Los Angeles & Independence R. run where Pacific Coast Highway is today. To the right, a motorcar ascends an early version of the California Incline.

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