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Montana Ave, Santa Monica 1940's...Home at this point....2014

Montana Ave, Santa Monica at this

Vintage Photos of The Ink Well, segregated beach in Santa Monica during the Early 20th Century

Santa Monica, CA A section of the Santa Monica Beach referred to as the “Ink Well” was one of the few areas in California where African Americans were allowed to enjoy beach access in a largely segregated society. Read More at Los Angeles Public Library

https://flic.kr/p/FjPKR8 | Looking east on the Santa Monica Pier, ca.1973 | Canopy-roof for the carousel center, and the arched sign for Sport Fishing and the end of the I-10 at the crest of the hill.

Canopy-roof for the carousel center, and the arched sign for Sport Fishing and the end of the at the crest of the hill.

Ceremonies marking the opening of a 400-foot tunnel beneath Colorado and Ocean Avenues in Santa Monica on February 1, 1936.  The tunnel (later renamed McClure Tunnel) joins the Roosevelt Highway (later, Pacific Coast Highway) to Lincoln Boulevard.  The caption reads: "Through tunnel to coast at Santa Monica went a cavalcade of autos when the ribbon was cut February 1st.  Flat arch construction and four traffic lanes are features."  "Plans for an elaborate dedicatory ceremony wh...

Ceremonies marking the opening of a tunnel beneath Colorado and Ocean Avenues in Santa Monica on February The tunnel (later renamed.

East side of Third Street Mall (1200 block) looking north from Arizona Ave. on February 14, 1970. :: Santa Monica Image Archive

Stewart Photo on the right side where I bought my first and second cameras and much of my early camera gear! Third Street in when it was known as the Santa Monica Mall. Courtesy of the Santa Monica Public Library Image Archives.

https://flic.kr/p/U4BMf8 | Santa Monica, California

Looking North on Third Street - One of the busiest shopping thoroughfares Santa Monica California

General Telephone Co. building, 1960 was the largest employer for Santa Monica for years..General Telephone Co. of California announced Monday Jan 15, 1985 that it plans to move its corporate headquarters from Santa Monica, where it is the city's largest private employer, to Thousand Oaks in Ventura County.

General Telephone Co. building, 1960 was the largest employer for Santa Monica for years. Took my repairman course there in A month later was on the PD. Never climbed a pole again!

westside-historic: “  The Santa Monica Pedestrian mall in the 1970s. Source: http://santamonicacentric.com/third-street-promenade/ ”

westside-historic: “ The Santa Monica Pedestrian mall in the 1970s. Source: http://santamonicacentric.com/third-street-promenade/ ”

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