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Los Angeles in the 50s. It's so sad that in 60 years some parts of DTLA are in such sad neglect and are just now rejeuvenating. But this is a light and fun look into midcentury LA. #losangeles #madmen #1950s

Los Angeles in the It's so sad that in 60 years some parts of DTLA are in such sad neglect and are just now rejeuvenating. But this is a light and fun look into midcentury LA.

LA's Best 24-Hour Restaurants: Where to Eat All Day and All Night

LA's best 24-hour restaurants: where to eat all day and all night

Canter’s bakery shuts down due to vermin infestation, reopens with C health grade

This photo from 1926 shows how much downtown Los Angeles has changed. We’re looking across the corner of 5th and Flowers Streets towards the newly opened Central Library. The striking building with the pyramid-topped tower is still there but everything else around it is gone, except for the Biltmore Hotel behind it. In fact, downtown L.A. looks quite dilapidated but of course now the library is surrounded by skyscrapers. Where the photographer is standing will later become the Bonaventure…

This photo from 1926 shows how much downtown Los Angeles has changed. We’re looking across the corner of and Flowers Streets towards the newly opened Central Library. The striking building with the pyramid-topped tower is still there but everything el

Circa 1955 view looking north across the intersection of First and Grand. Courtesy of the Photo Collection, Los Angeles Public Library.

Recently rediscovered photos shed new light on Bunker Hill, a downtown Los Angeles neighborhood razed in the name of urban renewal.

Lawry's on La Cienega 1938

Lawry's on La Cienega 1938

1880 Lugo House on the Plaza

Lugo House, facing west on the plaza, c.

The Chinese Junk Cafe once existed at 733 N. Main. This particular entrance was located just inside the entrance to Christine Sperling's China City. Photo was probably taken in the 1940s. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

The Chinese Junk Cafe once existed at 733 N. This particular entrance was located just inside the entrance to Christine Sperling's China City. Photo was probably taken in the (Bizarre Los Angeles)

https://flic.kr/p/4nBijE | Great Russell St, Birmingham, 1967 | During the enforced mass demolition of homes, with the grim tower-blocks of the 1970s being constructed behind. Photo by Phyllis Nicklin, who was a Geography lecturer at Birmingham University.

furtho: “ P Nicklin’s photograph of old houses and new flats in Great Russell Street, Birmingham, 1967 (via brumpic) ”

Rain pictures at 8th and Hill, 1952 :: Los Angeles Examiner Collection

Rain pictures at and Hill, 1952 :: Los Angeles Examiner Photographs Collection,

noirish Los Angeles - Page 1437 - SkyscraperPage Forum

noirish Los Angeles - Page 1437 - SkyscraperPage Forum

Hollywood noir. California, 1942. Photography by Russell Lee (1903-1986).

Hollywood noir. California, 1942. Photography by Russell Lee (1903-1986).

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