Thursday, March 14, 2019

45 Vintage Photos of California in the Late 1940s

Los Angeles



Los Angeles



Looking northeast at Wilshire Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles  



San Francisco. City Hall



San Francisco. Union Square



San Francisco. Union Square



San Francisco. Union Square



San Francisco



San Francisco



Ralphs, Wilshire Boulevard and Crescent Drive, Los Angeles



 San Francisco



 San Francisco



 San Francisco



 San Francisco



 San Francisco



Somewhere in California



Somewhere in California



Somewhere in California



Somewhere in California



Street scene in California



Street scene in California



Yosemite National Park



Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills Hotel



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



 Catalina Island



Hollywood Blvd, late 1940s


Los Angeles Railway Birney no. 1031 rolls through the intersection of Temple and Edgeware



The Players Club, 8225 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles



Looking north on Broadway from just north of 10th Street, Los Angeles



NBC Radio City, Sunset Boulevard at Vine Street, Los Angeles



Santa Catalina Harbor



Olvera Street, Los Angeles



West Broadway St in San Diego



Alioto's Seafood Grill, San Francisco



Park and University at the Georgia Street bridge, San Diego



Late construction shot of Park La Brea, Los Angeles



Looking north on Vine Street from Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles



Looking west on Hollywood Boulevard from Las Palmas, Los Angeles




2 comments:

  1. Great pictures loved them Keep them coming. Thanks for the great post

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