|WEST WISCONSIN AVE.|
-ON THE STAGE-
GAY GIRLY REVUE
This sure looks like the Theatre District. I see the Marquis for
WARNER, ALHAMBRA, & PALACE
in addition to the
They sound like Theatre names to me.
Jul 31, 2013
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Court of Reflections 1939 Exposition in San Francisco at Treasure IslandQuiet pools repeat the exquisite colorings of the walls of the Court of Reflections at San Francisco's Worlds Fair "Black light" directed on fluorescent paints and indirect colored lighting are responsible for the after-dark beauty of Treasure island, site of the Fair.
Jul 26, 2013
Jul 25, 2013
A corner of the Court of Flowers, looking through Triumphal Arch toward the Court of Reflections at the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island. San Francisco Bay.
Jul 24, 2013
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of 1939 in San Francisco, at Treasure Island
Two massive Elephant Towers flank the Portals of the Pacific, the main entrance to the Fair. The Towers are 120 feet high and are surmounted by three elephant motives, age-old symbols of pageantry.
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Jul 20, 2013
One of the two Elephant Towers at the Portals of the Pacific, main gateway of the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay. Foreground, one of many unique lighting elements. Background. Tower of the Sun.
Jul 19, 2013
|BALES OF COTTON READY FOR SHIPMENT|
now that's a lot of cotton balls.
Driving home from college years ago on a back road there was an old antebellum home surrounded by cotton fields. It was a step back in time. I will never forget the place.
Jul 18, 2013
Jul 17, 2013
|Year Round in downtown Phoenix, Arizona|
Hotel Westward Ho
AND PATIO SUITES
The Westward Ho on Central Avenue, with swimming pool in a beautifully landscaped patio, and dining roof atop the Patio Suites, extends clear through the block to First Avenue: Arizona's largest year 'round resort hotel!
Jul 15, 2013
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Jul 11, 2013
|YE EAT SHOPPE|
734 8th Ave. bet.45th-46th Streets NEW YORK 19
COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED AND AIR-COOLED
The Home of the Sizzling Platter
CUT FROM CHOICE CORN FED STEER
HISSING FROM THE BROILER--WITH EVERY JUICY DROP SEALED INSIDE
PLUS: GLOWING GRIDDLED ONION DISCS AND A
WHOLE BAKED GREEN TOMATO
A MEALY BAKED IDAHO, WITH PURE, FRESH BUTTER
A VEGETABLE OF YOUR CHOOSING
I always loved this card. Have had it for years.
Jul 10, 2013
|La Purissima Concepcion|
Mission # 9
|San Luis Obispo De Tolosa|
Mission # 10
|Mission San Juan Bautista|
Mission # 15
|Santa Clara, San Jose|
Mission # 17
|Mission Dolores, San Francisco, Founded 1776|
I have passed by Mission Dolores several times over the years on my way to a fantastic Burrito in the district.
Jul 8, 2013
True story, stopped near the tower to watch sunset one time it was very beautiful. When we turned back to get to the car we saw the most astonishing thing you can imagine. That's right the full moon rising at the same time.
Just can't grasp how big this place really is.
Jul 5, 2013
DIORAMAS AT STATE MUSEUM
E. 14th and Sherman Street, DENVER
THE CONCORD STAGECOACH was the acre of speed and comfort agross the plains and mountains in pre-railroad days.
Jul 3, 2013
The founding of the Spanish Missions in California furnished an epic in history. These historical monuments are reminders of the great Franciscan adventure. Years of patient labor, decades of heroic sacrifice by Fray Junipera Serra and his Franciscan Brothers lie behind the era of the founding of the twenty one Missions and their branches, the ruins of which still stand in wonder and beauty, at various points along 690 miles of California's glorious coastal region.
|San Gabriel Mission, founded 1771|
Mission # 4
|Mission San Fernando from memory garden |
and Father Junipero Serra Statue
Mission # 5