The northeast valley of Eagle Rock in 1910. (LAPL 00044175)
A novelty photo taken at the Electric Studio at 240 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA. The writing on the back of the photo reads: Dedico Este Pequieno Recuerdo a mi hermano Encarnacion Montes. — Jose Montes. Dated September 28, 1913. A second novelty photo from the Electric Studio.
An unpaved Crescent Drive in Beverly Hills, circa 1911. (LAPL)
A postcard image from the early 1910s with Angels Flight and its observatory tower in the background.
An undated (possibly 1910s), view of the base of a funicular known as Court Flight. (Los Angeles Public Library 00012815) To read about Court Flight‘s history, click here:http://onbunkerhill.org/court_flight#.VCLj9_ldXgs
The entrance to the Cawston Ostrich Farm in South Pasadena, circa 1912. (LAPL 00049452) Plucking Plumes. Taking a ride.
A Model T at Newhall Pass, circa 1916.
Enjoying the swimming pool at the Los Angeles National Forest, circa 1918.
Bullock’s Department Store’s Tea Room in downtown Los Angeles (Seventh & Broadway), circa 1915.
A bridge at Pasadena’s Busch Gardens in 1910. Photographer: H. C. Tibbitts From: http://www.pasadenahistory.org/thingstosee/buschgardens.html The Busch Gardens in Pasadena used to have lots of really eclectic little fairy tale sculptures within the 16-acre lower end of the park. Here is “Cinderella Feeding the Birds.” The top image shows how it looked around 1909, when the park first […]