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Title
Santa Monica Bay and Palisades Park cliffs from Santa Monica Pier, [1920s?]
Contributor
Bartlett, Adelbert, 1887-1966 (photographer)
University of California, Los Angeles. -- Library. -- Dept. of Special Collections (repository)
Santa Monica Athletic Club (subject)
Deauville Club (Santa Monica, Calif.) (subject)
Windemere Hotel (Santa Monica, Calif.) (subject)
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection
Bartlett (Adelbert) Papers
Rights Information
copyrighted
The copyright holder of these items has granted the UC Regents permission to make them publicly available on the web.
Description
Bird's-eye view of Santa Monica Bay, with many boats, with Santa Monica Pier with crowd in foreground, crowded beach, Pacific Coast Highway, Deauville Club, Santa Monica Athletic Club, Windermere Hotel, and Palisades Park cliffs in background
Handwritten at edge of negative: 2607
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic negative
Identifier
edu.ucla.library.specialCollections.bartlett:923
uclamss_1300_0921
0921
ark:/21198/zz002bf620
Language
No linguistic content
Subject
Santa Monica Pier (Santa Monica, Calif.)
Santa Monica Bay (Calif.)
Palisades Park (Santa Monica, Calif.)
Beaches -- California -- Santa Monica
California Highway 1 (Calif.)
Place
California
Santa Monica

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