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Charlie Chaplin’s “City Lights” playing at The Los Angeles Theatre located at 615 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA Photo was taken in the year the theatre opened.

The Coconut Grove before the fire. What a beautiful place

Glitz, glamour, and a club filled with palms! That was the Coconut Grove Club of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angles. In it’s heyday, from the to the 1960

Picking and packing oranges in the orchards, near Los Angeles, California. The date in the corner is 1905.

Picking and packing oranges in the orchards, near Los Angeles, California

Completed in 1920, the charm & artistry of the French Village made it instantly popular with Hollywood’s creative elite.  The charming French Pavilion had originally been home to the designer Adrian. By 1930, it had been taken over by writer Cyril Hume & his wife, actress Helen Chandler. Both were to achieve notable successes while living there, Hume as the screenwriter for Tarzan of the Apes for MGM & Chandler as “Mina,” in Dracula (1931), which was filmed just up the Pass at Universal.

The Lost French Village of Hollywood

Completed in the charm & artistry of the French Village made it instantly popular with Hollywood’s creative elite. The charming French Pavilion had originally been home to the designer Adrian. By it had been taken over by writer Cyril Hume &

Del Campo Hotel, Anaheim [graphic]

Del Campo Hotel in Anaheim in 1888 on the corner of Olive and Broadway

Monument Valley National Park - Utah, USA by ana

Monument Valley is officially a large area that includes much of the area surrounding Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, a Navajo Nation equivalent to a national park.

los feliz with Griffith Observatory on the hill in the background.

Looking up the palm tree-lined residential area of Normandie and Franklin Avenue toward the Griffith Park Observatory. Photo dated LAPL Photo Archive

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