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Early Los Angeles panorama
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Early view of Los Angeles panorama, south on Broadway from the courthouse on Hill Street. The numbered areas are listed as follows: #39 Franklin Street (now Court Street); #40 Third Street; #41 Spring Street School; #43 Dan Scheck residence; #44 A.G. Mappa residence; #45 Col. Vinyard residence; #46 Site of Times Building; #47 Fort Street (now Broadway); #48 Billy Buffum residence; #49 Henry Dockweiler property (John Milner used to live here), site of the city jail; #50 Wooden Water Pipeline; #51 Hill Street; #52 Old man Bear home, father of Henry Bear; #53 Central Park; #54 Site of Third Street Tunnel; #55 St. Vincent College; #57 George C. Tiffany residence; #58 The Hazard Pavilion; #59 Harley Taft home site; #65 Old Overland Stage Corral; #69 Bannings Hay Barn.
1 photographic print :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
L.A.-Views, Panoramic-Before 1900; S-000-892.5 4x5
Spring Street School (Los Angeles, Calif.)
St. Vincent's College (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Hazard Pavilion (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Overland Stage Corral (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Bannings Hay Barn (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Dwellings--California--Los Angeles
Universities and colleges--California--Los Angeles
Commercial buildings--California--Los Angeles
Lost architecture--California--Los Angeles
Streets--California--Los Angeles
Panoramic views
Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Time Period

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