Between the years 1907 and 1953, Los Angeles had an Alligator Farm that was located at 3627 Mission Road in Lincoln Heights. This postcard hails from around 1910.
“Drop In!” Yikes!
A postcard from 1910. For a pc, it is not very pc.
“Tex” the trainer.
“A bunch of babies” at the California Alligator Farm
“Exceeding the Speed Limit” in 1910.
Riding an alligator in 1919.
Unknown silent movie star visits the farm, c. 1920s.
Okeechobee, the Farm’s 500-year-old resident, c. 1920.
Feeding time, 1920s.
Kind of scary if you ask me. This undated photo was taken at the Alligator Farm.
Shooting the Chutes!
Hanging out in 1933!