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Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, 1947

Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, 1947

1924)*# - Panoramic look over the “Hollywoodland” Sign and over the ridge of the Hollywood Hills showing a detailed view of Burbank with streets annotated. Note the vast amount of farmland and open fields.

- Panoramic look over the “Hollywoodland” Sign and over the ridge of the Hollywood Hills showing a detailed view of Burbank with streets annotated. Note the vast amount of farmland and open fields.

The things that I love the most in this picture are the old cars, but this construction in Los Angeles City might be the most iconic. Capitol Records building.  Lo que mas amo de esta foto son los autos viejos, pero esta construcción en la ciudad de Los Angeles podria ser la mas iconica. Edificio de la disquera Capitol.

The things that I love the most in this picture are the old cars, but this construction in Los Angeles City might be the most iconic. Capitol Records building shown.

A bulldozer demolishes a Chavez Ravine home on May 9, 1959. Courtesy of the Los Angeles Examiner Collection, USC Libraries.

A bulldozer demolishes a Chavez Ravine home on May Courtesy of the Los Angeles Examiner Collection, USC Libraries.

JUL 30 1967 These Houses On Stilts In Hollywood Hills Between Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley Are Typical Builders, who have to reach for sites in some areas, predict high-rise apartments eventually will replace houses.

Press Photo: JUL 30 1967 These Houses On Stilts In Hollywood Hills between Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley Are Typical Builders, who have to reach for sites in some areas, predict high-rise apartments eventually will replace houses.

Chateau Elysee  Before it was the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centrity Centre, the French-Normandy style castle on the corner of Franklin and Bronson was known as the Chateau Elysee. The Manor, as it was called in the 1930s, thrived as a residential hotel for famous actors like Bette Davis, Cary Grant, Clark Gable and Ginger Rogers.

Residential apartment house, Château Élysée at 5930 Franklin Ave., Hollywood: built by Thomas Ince's widow as a luxury long-term residential apartment house for movie stars.

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