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The Hollywood Freeway Silver Lake Boulevard off-ramp (1951) via the Los Angeles Examiner Collection in the USC Digital Library

The Hollywood Freeway Silver Lake Boulevard off-ramp (1951) via the Los Angeles Examiner Collection in the USC Digital Library

It’s hard to believe that the Sunset Strip was ever this empty. This photo was taken at around the corner of Sunset and Sweetzer in 1930. The Sunset Tower Apartments (the tall Art Deco building on the left) would have just opened. It must have really stood out at the time—not much else was around! It’s now a hotel but back then was an upscale apartment block.

It’s hard to believe that the Sunset Strip was ever this empty. This photo was taken at around the corner of Sunset and Sweetzer in 1930. The Sunset Tower Apartments (the tall Art Deco building on the left) would have just opened. It must have really stood out at the time—not much else was around! It’s now a hotel but back then was an upscale apartment block.

Hollywoodland Hollywoodland sign hollywood story Photo 02

Hollywoodland Hollywoodland sign hollywood story Photo 02

Hollywood Freeway, Los Angeles, 1950s- some things NEVER change

Hollywood Freeway, Los Angeles, 1950s- some things NEVER change

1950s Los Angeles

1950s Los Angeles

This is a shot of Sunset Strip in 1949. On the right, about halfway up, we can see Ciro's nightclub (now the Comedy Store). The white building next to it is the Hacienda Park Apartments (later renamed the Coronet and is now the Plaza del Sol office building. It all looks a bit sparse (buildings AND traffic) compared to what we’re used to seeing these days, doesn’t it?

This is a shot of Sunset Strip in 1949. On the right, about halfway up, we can see Ciro's nightclub (now the Comedy Store). The white building next to it is the Hacienda Park Apartments (later renamed the Coronet and is now the Plaza del Sol office building. It all looks a bit sparse (buildings AND traffic) compared to what we’re used to seeing these days, doesn’t it?

Hollywoodland

Hollywoodland

Frozen Bubbles in Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Canada

Frozen Bubbles in Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Canada

San Francisco, 1951

San Francisco, 1951

A traffic snarl in Los Angeles, circa 1946. (LAPL 00046379) Bizarre Los Angeles

A traffic snarl in Los Angeles, circa 1946. (LAPL 00046379) Bizarre Los Angeles

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