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Scenic photographs of Southern California
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Collection comprises photographs depicting scenes, events, and destinations primarily in Southern California between 1938-1942. Seven photographs show the Los Angeles flood of 1938 and the flood damage that had occurred in North Hollywood. The bulk of the photographs show locations in Los Angeles including Chinatown; the rose garden at Exposition Park; the Fern Dell trail in Griffith Park; daytime and evening views from the Griffith Observatory; the Rose Bowl in Pasadena; the Huntington Library and gardens in San Marino; Forest Lawn Memorial Garden in Glendale; and a series of photographs taken in Avalon, Catalina Island. Other photographs taken primarily in Southern California include Hollywood by the Sea at Oxnard Beach, Ventura County; the beach at La Jolla, San Diego County; Old Town San Diego; and Mission Santa Cruz and Mission San Juan Capistrano.
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Any rights (including copyright and related rights to publicity and privacy) held by Edna Munger were transferred to the California Historical Society (CHS) in February 2017 by Valda Tarbet. Reproduction or publication of materials in this collection beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of CHS. Please contact rights@calhist.org.
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