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Los Angeles Stock News Photographs
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The Los Angeles Stock News Photographs Collection (circa 1920s-1940s) contains 122 black-and-white photographs featuring images taken mostly in Los Angeles and its surrounding areas. Images include: Gray building fire; livestock show; Braille Institute of America; an archery range; Sun Val Drive-In Theatre; Chinatown; Los Angeles Plaza; Olvera Street; Gay's Lion Farm; Los Angeles Harbor; Mission San Gabriel; Mission San Fernando; diners and sandwich stands; and others.
1 box (1 linear foot)
The Gerth Archives and Special Collections is not the copyright holder for these photographs. If a patron wishes to make copies of materials in this collection, it is the responsibility of the researcher to attempt to locate the holder of the copyright to obtain permission for publication. Full responsibility for legal questions relating to the use and publication of manuscripts rests with the researcher. All photographs have been stamped with "Film City Syndicate". Photographs stamped with "Columbia News Service, Columbia newsphoto" are notated at file level.
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