A fedora’d passerby peers into the camera at the corner of Hollywood and Vine on a sunny day in 1938.
Los Angeles before the car was king: trolleys, bikes, horse-drawn carriages, the Angels Flight, and shoe leather were the modes of transport on Third Street in 1905.
A moody, soft-focus view down Hollywood Boulevard, night, 1930.
A street fight breaks out in front of the Novelty Theater on Main Street, Los Angeles, circa 1937.
A lone figure climbs the steps of a backlit Los Angeles City Hall, 1928.
A Pacific Electric Red Car trolley trundles along the western edge of Echo Park on its way to Hollywood, 1950’s.
The Art Deco Sears tower in Boyle Heights at night, Los Angeles, date unknown.
A shining DC-3 parked in front of the Grand Central Airport terminal as night falls, Glendale, California, 1940’s.
Hollywood stars of yesteryear beating the Southern California heat poolside, 1930-1960
The International style L.A. Department of Water and Power building at night, 1965.