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Fighting fire in 1910s LA
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Fighting Fires in Early-1900s L.A.

Rare photos reveal life in an early-20th-century fire station.
[Looking north from City Hall tower]. Los Angeles: 1932-33 by Anton Wagner, PC 17, California Historical Society.
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Anton Wagner’s Walk Through Depression-Era Los Angeles

How could a city with so many environmental challenges thrive beyond all expectations? Armed with a camera and notebook, one German PhD candidate walked the streets of Depression-era Los Angeles to find out.
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California Summer, Baby, is Getting Out of Hand: The Diggers and the Summer of '67

In June of 1967, those hip enough to be in the know were looking with worrisome eyes toward the summer months, anticipating the predicted invasion of 100,000 or more hippies to Los Angeles.
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The Bohemian Brownes of the Arroyo Seco

Clyde Browne was a Highland Park character who combined architecture and fine printing to express his deep regard for the principles of the Arts & Crafts movement.
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How Bees Came Buzzing to Los Angeles

Recently urban guerilla beekeepers have been fighting over the right to cultivate bees in their backyards. But beekeeping in Los Angeles is nothing new--its foothill have long been a popular area for apiaries.
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