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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.

The original Raymond Hotel, from the east, showing greenhouses and workers which probably supplied the hotel.

The original Raymond Hotel in Pasadena, California from the east, showing greenhouses and workers which probably supplied the hotel.

Charles Lummis Residence (El Alisal)  1894 – Charles Lummis house

)* - Exterior view of Lummis House, "El Alisal", located at 200 East Avenue in Highland Park. View shows the front facade. Date built: Architect: Charles F. Lummis was the founder of the Southwest Museum and the California Landmarks Club.

Los Feliz, Shakespeare Bridge

The Eastsider publishes stories from Echo Park and the northeast corner of the City of Los Angeles and neighboring East Los Angeles.

A 1909 photo taken in Los Angeles. On back of the photo reads: "Dear Mary, I wish you would write to me. This is a picture of myself, Everette and Allen. It is not good. But I will send it. Nell." (Bizarre Los Angeles)

A 1909 photo taken in Los Angeles. On back of the photo reads: "Dear Mary, I wish you would write to me. This is a picture of myself, Everette and Allen. But I will send it.

Taken at the Selig Zoo, circa 1928, located at 3800 Mission Road adjacent to Lincoln Park. (Water and Power.org). Bizarre Los Angeles

Taken at the Selig Zoo, circa located at 3800 Mission Road adjacent to…

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