A file photo from 1948 of an entire block along North Los Angeles Street, the last vestige of old Chinatown. The area was razed to make way for a freeway and parking area. The historic Lugo House, a white-gabled building, is at the extreme left. (Los Angeles Times)
Temple & Broadway: 1930's Los Angeles.....Note the "Prohibition" sign. The amendment prohibiting liquor lasted from 1919 until 1933. The sign was on the Women's Christian Temperance Building. The WCTU was a principal backer of Prohibition. The building was dedicated in 1888. The top floors were removed after being damaged in the '33 quake (originally 4 or 5 stories).
Spring Street Los Angeles, 1914 Yesterday's Print : Photo
Looking north on Spring Street from 2nd Street, Los Angeles, 1939
Bank of Italy Building on the northwest corner of Seventh Street and Olive Street, Los Angeles, 1921.
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Washington Street Bridge opening ceremony in Los Angeles, Calif., 1931
Los Angeles, 4th and Hill, 1940.
One of the earliest known pictures of DT LA at Spring and 1st in 1887.