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Blums. Circa 1960..had my bridal shower here

Beverly Drive and Wilshire Blvd in used to meet my aunt in the late at Blums Restaurant. This is close to where Rodeo Drive is today.

Lawry's Prime Rib (late 1930s) - future home to Stear's for Steaks. Restaurant Row, La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills

I knew the owner, Mr. I worked in his Tam O'Shanter restaurant on Los Feliz. Both are still open today and are top rated restaurants!

The intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica Blvd c.1938. These street photos are some of my favorites!    Hollywood Historic Photos

The intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA, via Maria Mancini from vintage - los angeles - hollywood.

La Cienega by Dark Sevier

La Cienega by Dark Sevier

beverly hills ... Photo Credit: Auto Mobile Club of Southern California

Photo Credit: Auto Mobile Club of Southern California

Robinson's Department Store on Wilshire in Beverly Hills at about the time it opened in 1952

JW Robinson's Department Store, 9900 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA. Under construction prior to its opening in February by patricksmercy.

THE WESTSIDE | BEVERLY HILLS:  Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, facing east, ca 1965.  Notice the I. Magnin building only had three floors in this photo.  Eventually, two additional floors would be added, topped by a mansard roof.  Hollywood Historic Photos via Maria Mancini from vintage - los angeles - hollywood.

Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, ca Notice the I. Magnin building only had three floors in this photo. Eventually, two additional floors would be added with a mansard roof.

notions department of the 5 and dime was always my favorite section

Discuss Detroit: The Last Dime Store?

Inside the old 5 and dime

grocery store Nolan Trilogy (Under. Nolan's Bed) Temptation, Confession, Grace by Selena Kitt (New Adult Historical Romance)

Culver Hotel..where the Munckins stayed during the filming of "The Wizard Of Oz"

where the Munckins stayed during the filming of "The Wizard Of Oz"

The Villa - Buster's beautiful home still stands, although some of the land that included the swimming pool was sold

The Villa - Buster Keaton's beautiful home still stands, although some of the land that included the swimming pool was sold

A resident of Penn's wood for a half century. Mechanic and chemist by trade. My religion is respect. Sometimes NSFW.

Carriages dropped off passengers at the south end of the Promenade, drove around to the exquisite Bethesda Terrace to pick them up. Description from daytoninmanhattan.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

New York City Historical Photography

1894 promenaders in Central Park ended up at the stunning Bethesda Terrace -- Library of Congress

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