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On the Move: The Ever-Changing Landscape of LA


Pic 1: A house in the intersection of 10th and Park View - ca. 1938. Photo from the UCLA Archives.


Pic 2: Unknown location - 1920s. The moving company's address can be seen on the right - 2200 Silver Lake Ave. Photo from the USC Archives.


Pic 3: A house in the 1100 block of 96th St. - seen here in 1955. Photo from the USC Archives.


Pic 4: Not the best place to break down - in the middle of Verdugo and Colorado. Love the Van de Kamp's bakery windmill on the left. 1955 pic from the USC Archives.


Pic 5: The Alhambra Hotel after it was moved 130 feet from its original location - 1924. Photo by William Reagh


Pic 6: The Castle and Salt Box on moving blocks shortly before they were moved to Heritage square (and shortly before they both burned down) - 1969. Photo by William Reagh



Pic 7: A greenhouse for Arthur Letts’ Holmby Hills estate - ca. 1927. Photo from the UCLA Archives.


Pic 8: Definitely a classic shot! The old LA High stalled high above Broadway and Temple - 1888. Photo from the USC Archives.


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