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ethereal_reality Jan 26, 2014 10:36 PM

As a refresher, here's the Tick Tock in Hollywood.
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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality (Post 5606403)
Thanks for sharing these great details with us BDiH.

You mentioned the Tick Tock Tea Room....
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below: The Tick Tock building today at 1716 N. Cahuenga.
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google street view


HossC Jan 26, 2014 11:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Martin Pal (Post 6423771)
Curious if anyone knows--what exactly would this Army-Navy War Show entail, what would they do there and what was it for?

It says it's free to the public. Were they hoping to sell War Bonds or keep up enthusiasm or...? Just wondering.

THE TROJAN, Vol. 35, No. 68, January 05, 1944

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USC Digital Library

The Trojan, Vol. 35, No. 69, January 07, 1944

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USC Digital Library

The Milwaukee Sentinel - Jan 13, 1944

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news.google.com

Retired_in_Texas Jan 26, 2014 11:07 PM

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Originally Posted by ProphetM (Post 6423634)

They're slow-loading at the moment as they may be getting hammered with traffic. The engine will be on Display in UP's Colton yard next weekend and the weekend after that, but there's no schedule up yet beyond that. I am eagerly awaiting news on when it will come through here in Vegas!

Great Links on the "Big Boy." I figured they would have already had it up to Cheyenne. Then I read the schedule from the link you provided along with news on the U.P. Website. Then I got to thinking about the fact they are probably greatly concerned about bearings and piston bores. I have a suspicion they will be giving the running gear a thorough going over in Colton. It will probably be there for a while.

As youngster growing up in East Texas we were on the Missouri Pacific mainline (part of Southern Pacific) and would occasionally grab a train to Dallas or St. Louis. The Texas Eagle as it was known would occasionally show up behind a huge Mountain Class Steam Locomotive, even in the 1950s. Standing on the platform one could see the train coming about a mile away, at about half a mile away you could feel the ground begin to shake from the massive drivers thumping against the rail. I was told by an Uncle who engineered on the line that between Texarkana, Tx. and Little Rock, Ar. they would open it up and those Steam Engines would be pulling the train in excess of 110 mph. I'm sure the same would have been true between Ft. Worth and El Paso. I do remember that mail from St. Louis to Longview,Tx (roughly 700 miles) was basically overnight thanks to railway postal cars.

Martin Pal Jan 26, 2014 11:33 PM

Thanks, HossC., interesting!

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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality (Post 6423870)
As a refresher, here's the Tick Tock in Hollywood.

I ate in the Tick Tock Restaurant in the summer of 1984 with visiting family, precisely because I knew it was a historic Hollywood place. I don't know about the changes from it being the Tick Tock Tea Room to the Tick Tock Restaurant, but the interior was not like the photo of the "Tea Room" photo above.

The interior was like a big dining room your Grandma might have had. All the tables were big wooden round tables with tablecloths. If you all ordered similar meals, you were served, say, the potatoes and vegetables in glass serving bowls that you helped yourself from--like you would at Grandma's. There were wooden sideboards around the room, making it feel homey. If you wanted more of anything they brought you more.

Lots of comfort food type meals on the menu.

BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 12:13 AM

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Originally Posted by JScott (Post 6285618)
Since there's so much to be seen in this image, I thought it could use some TLC and enlarging. (Be sure to pan right.)

http://trinidadbay.net/img/lanoir/ea...geles_sky2.jpg
U.S.C. Digital Library/California Historical Society.

The U.S.C. Digital Library page doesn't give a date, but the steelwork for General Hospital can be seen under construction in the far upper left, so someone here should be able to nail down the precise year.

Anyway, it's quite worthwhile to go the photo on the U.S.C. page and play with that enlargement slider. The view at 100% is pretty amazing.

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"Tight squeeze."



1940 - Gas tanks on Center Street
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BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 12:39 AM







At the risk of confusing one type of gas with another . . .


Wilshire Gasoline 1930's (In front of St. Joseph's School) (Both phones?)
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1929 - Location unk. (Your caption here?)
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Something look top heavy?

1951 - 4901 Wilshire Boulevard - Signal Gas Completely gone.
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GaylordWilshire Jan 27, 2014 12:56 AM

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Originally Posted by BifRayRock (Post 6424047)
Something look top heavy?

1951 - 4901 Wilshire Boulevard - Signal Gas Completely gone.
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Well, at least the house behind it is still there...

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WCArch Jan 27, 2014 1:11 AM

Brand new article up on http://westcoastarch.blogspot.com/

Plan to have some more about LA up soon.

BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 1:13 AM




1929 - Rio Grande Oil Co. Station No. 1 - 738 E. 9th Street
(Convinced "Empire Rubber" exists somewhere on this thread, but unable to locate.) http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/co...d/32399/rec/11



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Tough choice, Rio Grande or Speedene?
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Wilshire Economy "To use Economy is Economy."
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LesT21 Jan 27, 2014 1:36 AM

Was really fascinated by this book, so put what I felt was a good bid on it. Got blown out of the water, winner paid $177 for it. Oh well, would have been neat to have.

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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality (Post 6421633)
Garden of Allah Guest Book, 166 pages, 1942. (not meant to leave the premises)

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1 day, 20 hours left on this auction.
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CityBoyDoug Jan 27, 2014 2:03 AM

Souvenirs from Hollywood
 
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Originally Posted by LesT21 (Post 6424131)
Was really fascinated by this book, so put what I felt was a good bid on it. Got blown out of the water, winner paid $177 for it. Oh well, would have been neat to have.

Judging from the comment in the book about ''Guests will kindly leave this book in the room'', means that a lot of them were stolen.

As the maid might have said..."Yeah Mable, another one gone today...that means we've lost 75 books this year''.
:D;)

BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 2:27 AM




When BH was still "quaint."


Different sources indicate The Beverly Hilton opened in '53. What occupied the same corner in '40? Flying A aka Associated Oil? http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/co.../93220/rec/157



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Tip's for Steak Sandwiches?
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Another example of a thick stop sign?
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'87
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BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 2:38 AM

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Originally Posted by GaylordWilshire (Post 6422898)
This was a short-lived branch of the Ahmanson Bank, which along with the Wilshire Central Building below, was replaced by the current Ahmanson Center completed in 1970.

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https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-D...2520PM.bmp.jpgLA Times Sept 16, 1963


Undated
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BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 3:20 AM

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Originally Posted by BifRayRock (Post 6046697)





Western view of Wilshire Boulevard looking toward Wilshire Boulevard Christian Church. Yes the Derby.

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These may not have been posted before, although they are awfully familiar.

1948 - Signal Oil
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1949
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1950
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Signal is reputed to have had a Station at Wilshire and Sycamore in '35.
Perhaps to someone else's eyes these compromised images reveal some of the otherwise unseen Wilshire.(?)

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FredH Jan 27, 2014 3:48 AM

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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality (Post 6423851)
This video with it's lively incidental music will brighten your afternoon.

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Here's the link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Rk1r6M0G8I

enjoy:)

Anyone know anything about the Put-N-Take Shop on the video?

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Interesting place

BifRayRock Jan 27, 2014 4:12 AM

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Originally Posted by BifRayRock (Post 6247921)



Bullocks may have been a virtual trailblazer by building as far west as Westmoreland, but others eventually saw the same light, e.g., Magnin's $3,000,000 "taj" at 3240 Wilshire. In Magnin's shadow, was Switzer's at 3250 Wilshire. Walter Switzer evidently started out at 2118 West 7th Street, before packing the covered wagon and moving to where the mighty Wilshire meets the New Hampshire (Avenue). However, Switzer's evidently predated Magnin's by 7 or more years since it was listed in '32, but not in '29. (Magnin's apparently dates from '39) Walter S's Flintridge residence must have been a long commute - even if it was not all bumper to bumper traffic on Vermont.

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Switzer had a nicely appointed interior, but not much merchandise - at least in these pictures! Hard to glimpse what was across the street.

Guessing this was early '30s.
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Fashion shoot alleged to have been taken outside of Switzer's. First guess, '48 Stude Champion?
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1931
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FredH Jan 27, 2014 4:45 AM

Intersection of Aliso Street & Lyon Street, Los Angeles, CA, 1932
 
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Trucker Jan 27, 2014 4:48 AM

Building ID
 
Hello,
Great thread.
Does this building look familiar to anyone?
Cheers,Pat

Photo from personal collection

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Those Who Squirm! Jan 27, 2014 5:16 AM

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Originally Posted by BifRayRock (Post 6424047)
1951 - 4901 Wilshire Boulevard - Signal Gas Completely gone.
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I'm just old enough to remember Signal gas stations. Through much of the 1960s, we had a wooden toy chest with a Signal promotional sticker stuck on it--specifically for some sort of contest they were running. We never bought gas at a Signal station and I never saw one, but if memory serves the name was familiar enough to me that I'd at least heard of it, maybe through TV or radio commercials.

Signal sponsored The Whistler, a popular radio suspense show that ran in the late 1940s and 1950s. If you like that sort of thing it's worth a listen and can be found wherever OTR recordings and podcasts are available.

CityBoyDoug Jan 27, 2014 7:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Trucker (Post 6424377)
Hello,
Great thread.
Does this building look familiar to anyone?
Cheers,Pat

Photo from personal collection

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The building does not look familiar to me but I'm sure someone will know it.

Welcome to the thread. Good to see you here.


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