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1900-John Baker Winery

A landmark was the winery owned by John Baker, who built it from adobe bricks made on his own property in Santa Fe Springs, California.

Virginia Dare Winery, Cucamonga, California 1910  Located at Foothill Blvd. (Route 66) and Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

Virginia Dare Winery, Cucamonga, California 1910 Located at Foothill Blvd. (Route and Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Home sweet home!

The world's largest winery is rotting on the edge of San Francisco ...

The world’s largest winery is rotting on the edge of San Francisco bay

The world's largest winery is rotting on the edge of San Francisco ...

Thomas Winery in Rancho Cucamonga, California

The Inland Empire on Route 66 - From Rialto to La Verne, California - Page 2

Calif. Wine Assn. Winery Geyserville, south of Hamilton Ln. Geyserville. Creator/Contributor: Price, Andrew, b.1843. Photo circa 1888

Winery Geyserville, south of Hamilton Ln.

The anniversary of Sunset Blvd.'s opening in 1904: The procession at the intersection of Sunset and Glendale (then Lake Shore Avenue). This view looks west toward the present-day site of the Echo and Echoplex music venues. Technically, still here, but so not. (Automobile Club of Southern California Archives).

The procession at the intersection of Sunset and Glendale (then Lake Shore Avenue). This view looks west toward the present-day site of the Echo and Echoplex music venues. Courtesy of the Automobile Club of Southern California Archives.

The last buildings of old Chinatown are seen in June 1949 at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Los Angeles Street. The buildings were torn down to make way for the Hollywood Freeway and Civic Center projects. (Los Angeles Times)

PHOTOS: Los Angeles Chinatown then and now

The last buildings of old Chinatown are seen in June 1949 at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Los Angeles Street. The buildings were torn down to make way for the Hollywood Freeway and Civic Center projects.

25 Photos of the Los Angeles River Before It Was Paved in 1938 - Sepia Tones - Curbed LA

25 Photos of the Los Angeles River Before It Was Paved in 1938

[All photos via the amazing LA Public Library photo collection] This is the year and especially the summer of the Los Angeles River--on January it officially became a river again (not just a.

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