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The Venice Canals, California. Daughters & I so enjoyed walking among all these canal homes so full of their own character.

Venice Beach Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Helen Fern

The canals in Venice, California, circa 1966, shortly before a $10 million renovation. (LAPL 00057285) Bizarre Los Angeles

The canals in Venice, California, circa 1966, shortly before a $10 million renovation. (LAPL 00057285) Bizarre Los Angeles

Pacific Ocean Park also known as POP, was a twenty-eight acre nautical-themed amusement park built on a pier at Pier Avenue in the Ocean Park section of Santa Monica, California. It operated from 1958 - 1967

Pacific Ocean Park–or as it was commonly known in Los Angeles from the through the P.–was extraordinary in both its glamorous rise and spectacular fall.

The Mystery Island Banana Train at Pacific Ocean Park

See Santa Monica's lost amusement park : The park’s South Sea Island allowed visitors to ride on a mini train through an equatorial jungle while animated monkeys threw bananas.

Santa Monica Christmas decorations, 1972

Santa Monica Christmas decorations

Santa Monica Pier, late 1940's. Natural History Museum. The Pier my father knew when he grew up in Santa Monica.

The Pier my father knew when he grew up in Santa Monica.

The California Incline in Santa Monica, circa 1910s -  only one automobile in sight!  And look at how short those palm trees are! At the time, the California Incline was called “Sunset Trail” which was how the locals got from Ocean Ave down to (what we now call Pacific Coast Highway) to get to Santa Monica beach to take in the sunset.

The California Incline in Santa Monica, circa 1910s - only one automobile in sight! And look at how short those palm trees are! At the time, the California Incline was called “Sunset Trail” which was how the locals got from Ocean Ave down to (what we now call Pacific Coast Highway) to get to Santa Monica beach to take in the sunset.

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