Lincoln Park in Los Angeles, circa 1900. Then named Eastlake Park, the fifty-acre site occupied the former bed of the Arroyo de las Pasas. More on the park’s early history in L.A. as Subject’s latest KCET contribution.
(Photo part of the Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library)

Lincoln Park in Los Angeles, circa 1900. Then named Eastlake Park, the fifty-acre site occupied the former bed of the Arroyo de las Pasas. More on the park’s early history in L.A. as Subject’s latest KCET contribution.

(Photo part of the Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library)

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