Metallic wreaths and other holiday decorations at Hollywood and Vine in 1932.
Part of the California Historical Society Collection in the USC Digital Library.
View looking north up Vine Street toward the the Hollywoodland sign, shortly after it was installed on the Santa Monica Mountains in 1923. As CurbedLA reports, the landmark recently underwent a nine-week restoration that required 255 gallons of paint.
Part of the Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library.
Hostess may be closing its factories, but the memory of its products lives on. Here, a truck advertises “Slo-Baked” Wonder Bread on Vine St. in Hollywood in 1931.
This photo from the USC Libraries’ “Dick” Whittington Photography Collection was recently digitized as part of the NEH-funded project, Invisible L.A.
Part of the Title Insurance and Trust / C.C. Pierce Photography Collection in the USC Digital Library.