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Photograph of an aerial view of Hollywood, showing the Pickford-Fairbanks Studio on Santa Monica Boulevard, California, 1926. In the foreground, fake buildings have been arranged on the Pickford-Fairbanks lot as a movie set which appears to be the Thief of Baghdad set used in the 1924 film with Douglas Fairbanks, surrounded by the frameworks of other, incomplete set pieces. To the far right, the cylindrical dome of a sound stage is visible. The residential area of Hollywood can be seen behind this, spotted with trees in front of the mountains.
2 photographs : photonegatives, b&w 21 x 26 cm. negatives (photographic) photographs