Looking north on Highland Avenue at Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, 1937. Hollywood High School can be seen at far left, and in the center distance are the Hollywood United Methodist Church and the Hollywood First National Bank Building.
The Broadway entrance of the Grand Central Market, Los Angeles, early 1920’s. The market took over the ground floor of the Homer Laughlin Building when the Ville de Paris Department Store moved to 7th Street in 1917. The Million Dollar Theater can be seen at right.
A 6-minute drive through Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles in the 1940’s. Amazing footage of the long-gone residential neighborhood, many downtown landmarks, and the now-demolished Richfield Building on Flower Street.