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The Outsiders Midnight Showing  Los Angeles Theatre (Now Closed)  615 South Broadway. Los Angeles, Calif.

The Outsiders Midnight Showing Los Angeles Theatre (Now Closed) 615 South Broadway. Los Angeles, Calif.

These images were shot by my father, Ed Alinder, on 35 mm Kodachrome film in Southern California in 1940-44, and on a visit in 1947. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 1947.

Travel: My Father’s Color Images of Southern California in the 1940’s

These images were shot by my father, Ed Alinder, on 35 mm Kodachrome film in Southern California in 1940-44, and on a visit in 1947. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 1947.

LOS ANGELES - DOWNTOWN:  The Los Angeles Theater, 615 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA  90014

LOS ANGELES - DOWNTOWN: The Los Angeles Theater, 615 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Others may see old buildings, urban decay and harsh realities: This is what I see when I'm in downtown Los Angeles...1931

Others may see old buildings, urban decay and harsh realities: This is what I see when I'm in downtown Los Angeles...1931

Intersection, Venice Boulevard and Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 1931 :: "Dick" Whittington Photography Collection, 1924-1987

Intersection, Venice Boulevard and Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 1931 :: "Dick" Whittington Photography Collection, 1924-1987

Night shot looking down Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, toward the Eastern Columbia department store building.

Night shot looking down Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, toward the Eastern Columbia department store building.

This photograph taken at Seventh street and Broadway yesterday morning shows what little effect the strike on the Los Angeles Rail way street-car lines had on business activities in the retail shopping district. Normal trolley car operations are apparent. (Los Angeles Times, Nov. 25, 1934).

This photograph taken at Seventh street and Broadway yesterday morning shows what little effect the strike on the Los Angeles Rail way street-car lines had on business activities in the retail shopping district. Normal trolley car operations are apparent. (Los Angeles Times, Nov. 25, 1934).

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