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Rainy Day in L. - Downtown Los Angeles a photo by Tosin Arasi (TIA International Photography)

The Masonic Club of Los Angeles in 1925. According to a 1926 city directory, its address was 619-621-629 South Grand Avenue. (LAPL 00068169) Bizarre Los Angeles

The Masonic Club of Los Angeles in According to a 1926 city directory, its address was South Grand Avenue.

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https://flic.kr/p/B8Ukot | Engine 23 Truck 5, 225 E. 5th Street, ca.1925 | LAFD Archive

Engine 23 Truck 225 E.

(1956) Wire Down for Air Conditioner Installation Atop Bullocks Store at Broadway and 7th St.

Wire down for air conditioner installation atop Bullocks store .-Broadway at St.

These two postcard views give a really good idea of what the old Los Angeles Civic Center looked like, and where the buildings were in relat...

Los Angeles Hall of Justice and the "old" county courthouse on Poundcake Hill.

Bunker Hill, Los Angeles, c. 1898

noirish Los Angeles - Page 9 - SkyscraperPage Forum Bunker hill

(1931)**# - Looking south on Main Street across Temple at the old Federal Building/Post Office and City Hall. Ornate 5-lamp streetlights can be seen in front of the Federal Building

- Looking south on Main Street across Temple at the old Federal Building/Post Office and City Hall. Ornate streetlights can be seen in front of the Federal Building

photos of the streets of los angeles - Google Search

photos of the streets of los angeles - Google Search

Los Angeles App: remember this when i go next time.

Free apps for exploring LA

Four smartphone apps help travellers weed through the city’s many offerings and navigate the sprawling City of Angels’ like a local.

along Main Street from Fifth Street, ca. 1906 (CHS-5088) | View of downtown Los Angeles, looking north on Main Street, ca.1906 Collection: TICOR/Pierce Date: circa 1906

View of downtown Los Angeles, looking north on Main Street, Collection: TICOR/Pierce Date: circa 1906

Sun building, West 7th & South Hill Street, Los Angeles, 1928

Sun building, West 7th & South Hill Street, Los Angeles, 1928

Yesterday's Print

Day and night, Broadway Place, Los Angeles, California, 1951

Love this view of the downtown L.A skyline. Can't wait until the new Wilshire Grand towers are built.

Los Angeles … a bit smoggy but had a fun time visiting my Aunt Jan!

Newsreel Theater (formerly the Tower Theater) at 802 S. Broadway, downtown Los Angeles.

- View of the Newsreel Theater (aka The Tower Theater) on the corner of…

Main Street at 5th, 1930. Eighty-plus years later, this view from the Rosslyn Million Dollar Hotel remains essentially the same.

Charnock Block, Downtown LA’s only bay-windowed one-time freakshow, about to be dismantled like a lego set.

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