Two-story building in Ferguson Alley, part of Chinatown, Los Angeles, November 1933 | Photograph of a two-story building in Ferguson Alley, part of Chinatown, Los Angeles, November 1933. The two-story brick building can be seen at center. Flowers can be seen on a second-story balcony, where a Chinese man can be seen sitting in a chair. A metal gate covers a shop window on the first floor. Two automobiles can be seen in the foreground at right, and a man is visible ...
Chinatown residents pray to save Old Chinatown Buddist Temple, Los Angeles (Calif.) Prayers offered--These elderly Chinese men pray in front of boarded-up entrance of the Buddhist Temple off Ferguson Alley, adjoining the Plaza, in the hope of saving it from demolition by the city. Chinese are taking lead in preservation drive Creator/Contributor: Los Angeles Times (Firm), Publisher Date: September 14, 1950
Young men congregate at the head of Ferguson Alley, ca.1900 | A group of self-assured young Chinese men hanging around the confluence of Ferguson Alley and Calle de los Negros about 1900.USC Digital/California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960
man crouching outside the door to Tuey Farlow Cafe, ca. 1937 | A man crouching outside the door to Tuey Farlow Cafe, (which serves mixed drinks, chop suey, chow mein, and "GENUINE CHINESE DISHES OF ALL KINDS"). ca. 1937Streetscape. Horizontal photography.USCdigital archive/Dick Whittington collection