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Old Posted Apr 15, 2013, 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by tovangar2 View Post

I noticed an odd little survivor from the late 19th century recently. In the terrific 1952 photo below (taken from the top of City Hall) of the former Maier and Zobelein Brewery (Brew 102) one can see a bag company building beyond the brewery, across N Center Street (E Commercial St is on the right, the N Garey St on-ramp is in the foreground):


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A great story on the bag company. I'm going to have to get over there and take a look. My favorite era in L.A. history is the late Victorian/Edwardian area, about 1870-1910.

I had to Google El Aliso. Are there any photos of it? I understand it was gone by about 1892.
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