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Sort order. A fascinating look at the history of Los Angeles Harbor told through postcards with elucidating captions. What an interesting mess! Between the canneries, the oil docks, the military, and the fishing boats - not to mention all the bathers at Cabrillo Beach and the Red Car line - you can why San Pedro is never going to attain the gloss of other beach communities, like Manhattan or Redondo. These are great photos; I especially like the one showing "The Turtle Club. Mary Gonzales marked it as to-read Jan 03, Lisa Hernandez marked it as to-read Apr 08, Daniel marked it as to-read Jul 27, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Wilmington Waterfront Park Vincent Thomas Bridge Catalina Sea and Air Terminal Multiculturalism Statue Fireboat Ralph J. Los Angeles Port Police Headquarters Port of Los Angeles Administration Building Liberty Hill John S. Gibson Park Memorials Downtown Harbor Under construction Warner Grand Theater. Historic Downtown San Pedro San Pedro City Hall Los Angeles Fire Department Museum Los Angeles Maritime Museum Vinegar Hill Historic District Post Office, San Pedro Muller House Museum Park Cabrillo Way Marina Japanese American Fishing Village Memorial Municipal Warehouse No.

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Early Views of West Hollywood. Early LA City Views - Early LA Buildings - Yale passing by the Los Angeles Harbor Lighthouse. Historical Notes Since , the light has stood, but a 5-day storm in caused it to tilt inland a bit. Historical Notes The lighthouse was built around twelve steel columns and sits at the end of the 9,foot San Pedro breakwater.

Historical Notes By , the years of exposure has led to rusted through walls, broken windows, cracked masonry, and leaks during storms. The harbor appears to be filled to capacity with steam ships and train cars are full of cargo. Historical Notes Lumber was in enormous demand as a result of the growing towns surrounding San Pedro.