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Old Posted Aug 6, 2014, 6:21 PM
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I didn't get the slide but I thought I could scrub it up a bit.

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Originally Posted by Beaudry View Post
Too remarkable not to share. Everyone's favorite domain of noir, Bunker Hill, shot from a rare western viewpoint. Autumn of 1962, I'd gauge, given progress on the DWP skeleton. The Alta Vista, about which I wrote last night, and which loomed large o'er the Third St Tunnel, has been demolished, and the El Mar, which hugged the Hope St retaining wall, is removed as well; and look, there's the storied Stuart K Oliver dead-center! Taken atop Niblack/Lawless's (of Luckman Assoc) Signal Oil bldg, I'd wager, which opened at Wilshire & Beaudry in the spring of '60; it was a curiosity that Signal had a heliport atop, which may have taken our amateur photographer there.



Oh, and I have ulterior motives in sharing this. Somehow I let this slide slip by me a couple nights ago on the eBay! Did anyone here win it? It's worth puh-lenty to me if you're willing to pass it on.

Looking northeast from 6th Street and Beaudry, ca.1964
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