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Title supplied by cataloger. View of 7th Street, west from Hill Street. The prominent building on the right corner is the Pantages Theatre; its large marquee is advertising the Rin Tin Tin movie "A Hero of the Big Snows". The theater was designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca, and opened on August 16, 1920. Directly behind the Pantages is the Los Angeles Athletic Club, built in 1911 by Parkinson & Bergstrom. This building was notable at the time for being the first in Southern California to have a swimming pool on an upper floor. Other historical buildings visible in this photograph are: The Brack Shops, built in 1914; Union Oil Building and Roosevelt Building, both built in 1922 by Curlett & Beelman; the Real Estate Building; and The Brockman Building, built in 1911 by Barnett, Haynes & Barnett. Crowds of people and numerous cars and trolleys can be seen lining the streets and sidewalks. Photo dated: 1926.
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00068285 Security Pacific National Bank Collection N-000-898 8x10; L.A.-Streets-Hill and 7th. CARL0000071391 http://188.8.131.52/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/106691
Brack Shops (Los Angeles, Calif.) Brockman Building (Los Angeles, Calif.) Los Angeles Athletic Club Pantages Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.) Real Estate (Los Angeles, Calif.) Roosevelt Building (Los Angeles, Calif.) Union Oil Building (Los Angeles, Calif.) Hero Of The Big Snows (Motion picture) Motion picture theaters--California--Los Angeles Commercial buildings--California--Los Angeles City traffic--California--Los Angeles Theaters--California--Los Angeles Bergstrom, G. E.(George Edwin),1876-1955 Parkinson, John,1861-1935 Priteca, B. Marcus(Bernard Marcus) Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.) Seventh Street (Los Angeles, Calif.) Barnett, Haynes & Barnett Curlett & Beelman