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San Pedro

San Pedro

Shady Acres, Long Beach, CA, I think was next to the flood channel on LB Blvd.

Shady Acres, Long Beach, CA, I think was next to the flood channel on LB Blvd.

Long Beach in 1900. #Los Angeles History

Long Beach in 1900. #Los Angeles History

Old Long Beach postcard. Maybe the breakwater wasn't finished yet?

Old Long Beach postcard. Maybe the breakwater wasn't finished yet?

cherry beach...every morning during summer I would wake up to the sound of my mother vacuming and getting her housework done so we could all head to Cherry Beach

cherry beach...every morning during summer I would wake up to the sound of my mother vacuming and getting her housework done so we could all head to Cherry Beach

Dubbed "Retro Row," 4th Street is where the vibrancy and creative spirit of Long Beach lives! Stretching between Cherry and Junipero, the district is home to an exciting group of 40+ independent merchants.

Dubbed "Retro Row," 4th Street is where the vibrancy and creative spirit of Long Beach lives! Stretching between Cherry and Junipero, the district is home to an exciting group of 40+ independent merchants.

The LA Harbor Channel Entrance called "Angel's Gate"

The LA Harbor Channel Entrance called "Angel's Gate"

Rainbow Pier and Auditorium, Long Beach, CA...I used to hunt for large crabs there when I was a kid! Note, no jetty and the waves.

Rainbow Pier and Auditorium, Long Beach, CA...I used to hunt for large crabs there when I was a kid! Note, no jetty and the waves.

Union Pacific Train in Long Beach, CA, Circa 1920. A three-car passenger train is shown in the foreground.  Visible businesses at left in the background include Long Beach Drug Company, Hartsook, and Hotel Del Mar.  A streetcar marked “San Pedro” is also visible.  At upper right in the background, the Cliff Dwellers’ Inn can be seen in the distance. For information about copyright and ordering images from the LBPL Digital Archive, see http://www.lbpl.org/history.

Union Pacific Train in Long Beach, CA, Circa 1920. A three-car passenger train is shown in the foreground. Visible businesses at left in the background include Long Beach Drug Company, Hartsook, and Hotel Del Mar. A streetcar marked “San Pedro” is also visible. At upper right in the background, the Cliff Dwellers’ Inn can be seen in the distance. For information about copyright and ordering images from the LBPL Digital Archive, see http://www.lbpl.org/history.

Pike, Long Beach, 1930s. Photo shows views of the Pike looking east from Cedar Way. For information about copyright and ordering images from the LBPL Digital Archive, see http://www.lbpl.org/history.

Pike, Long Beach, 1930s. Photo shows views of the Pike looking east from Cedar Way. For information about copyright and ordering images from the LBPL Digital Archive, see http://www.lbpl.org/history.

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