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Los Angeles Railway Corporation Legal Records and Correspondence
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Legal documents and correspondence generated in the operations of Los Angeles Railway Corporation, the company that operated local streetcar transit from 1895-1945.
Los Angeles Railway Corporation (LARy) operated local streetcar transit in downtown Los Angeles from 1895-1945. LARy was also known as the Yellow Cars of Los Angeles, distinguished from the farther-reaching Pacific Electric Railway Company's "red car" interurban streetcars by vehicle color.
14.6 linear feet, 53 boxes
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