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Old Posted Nov 10, 2010, 9:42 PM
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i was perusing the historical los angeles forum pages at, when i stumbled upon this amazing aerial looking north on the harbor freeway across 7th street.

I am dating this photo in 1966 based on the point of construction on the union bank building.

The stuart K. Oliver house and the briggs are still sitting on their perch's at 4th and hope.

Any color photograph that shows the richfield tower is a cause for celebrating.

if you look closely towards the upper right of the photograph, you can see the salt box, and the BLUE castle on bunker hill avenue.

Cinnabar Street is still in existence, (kind of), though it and 3rd street have no buildings any longer.

what a photo!
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