Los Angeles (Calif.)

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1731 S. Figueroa St. [Los Angeles]

Postcard is addressed to Miss W. Pierce, 1901 Lexington Avenue, Hollywood, Calif. It is inscribed on the verso: "Monday - Dearie I did not like to leave you last evening, but hope you get all right very soon. We had such a pleasant visit. Love from Ann [O'Neill?]"

1932 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles, California

Item is an amateur film consisting of footage of the 1932 summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. Competitions filmed include swimming, rowing and equestrian jumping. Also included is footage of the Olympic flame and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Film was mistakenly identified on reel as footage of the 1936 Olympics.

1st car, Aug[ust] 25-08 - No. 04 - [San Gabriel Mission]

Group portrait showing men, women and children standing beside a Tilton's Trolley, in front of the San Gabriel Mission. A circle is drawn in pencil around three women in the photograph; the woman in the middle of this circle is Caroline Little Pierce.

5301 Lexington Avenue as it looked, 1909

Photograph shows a front and side view of the house. "1901 Lexington Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal." is written on the verso of the photograph, however the property pictured is 5301 Lexington Avenue.

Hugh Blair, Parts - Bits

Head and shoulders studio portrait of Actor Hugh Blair for the main part of the photograph with various head shots of Blair in costume in the bottom half.

KT [Ken Taylor]

Photograph is a head and shoulders portrait showing Ken Taylor wearing a beard and a top hat.

Merry Christmas

Item is Christmas card from Ted Taylor produced on a sheet of photographic paper and featuring an image of a strip of film with each frame showing Ted Taylor at his typewriter.

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. "Lefty" Flynn

Caption attached to photograph reads: "Former Yale grid star wed to Viola Dana of screen fame. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. "Lefty" Flynn from a photo made after their recent quiet wedding at Los Angeles, Calif. "Lefty" Flynn was a former grid star of Yale and now is an independent screen star. Mrs. Flynn is the former Viola Dana, screen star."

Spring 1920...street set on new Metro lot, Hollywood

Caption on the verso of the print reads: "Left to right: Carl Wilmore, Boston Post; Ted Taylor, Metro news director; Herbert Howe, representative Picture Play; Antonio Moreno, Vitagraph serial star; Alice Lake, Screen Classic featured player; Howard Strickling, Metro news department; and S.F. Jacobs, London Picture Show. The scene is the New York street at the Metro studio."

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