In case you are in southern California August 23rd at lunchtime. Come to the address below and enjoy taco truck, mariachis, Horchata and bonding with the “Wall”. Cd’s, rocks, pennies, computer parts, credit cards, keys, jewelry and junk drawer items staying out of land fills and improving an alley instead.
This is my mother’s work!
The Bradbury Mansion in Los Angeles, CA - Occupied for years by various film companies and onetime home to Hal Roach’s Rollin Film Company. It was so drafty that Harold Lloyd dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”. c. 1927 (Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.)
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Early view of the General Motors plant in early suburban Van Nuys, 1948. The General Motors Assembly plant started production in 1947. It was one of the first major industrial companies to come to the San Fernando Valley and aided in its transformation from an agricultural to a suburban/industrial area.
The El Capitan theater at night, Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles. Captured in 1926 by E.O.Hoppé.