Historic Photos of Los Angeles

Historic Photos of Los Angeles

by Dana Lombardy


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Two letters of the alphabet are all that are needed to say the name of America’s second-largest city: L.A. Historic Photos of Los Angeles captures the historical essence of this rapidly moving, fast-growing, everchanging Pacific Coast city. Perhaps only New York can rank with Los Angeles in numbers of historical American architectural landmarks. From historic Union Station to Disneyland and the Hollywood sign, and from Griffith Auditorium to the Los Angeles Coliseum, readers of Historic Photos of Los Angeles will delight in watching the city grow before their eyes. With nearly 200 photographs gathered from the area’s top archives, this book tells the story of the meteoric growth and development of this landmark international destination. Historic Photos of Los Angeles is a must-have for history lovers and anyone who loves L.A.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781596523746
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 05/28/2008
Series: Historic Photos Series
Pages: 205
Sales rank: 1,229,664
Product dimensions: 10.32(w) x 10.22(h) x 0.97(d)

About the Author

For the past thirty-five years, Dana Lombardy has contributed as an editor, writer, cartographer, graphic artist, and designer for more than 100 history books and magazines, and was Publisher of Napoleon Journal from 1996 to 2000. A frequent speaker on the seminar circuit, Lombardy has made nearly twenty television appearances, including multiple episodes of the History Channel's Tales of the Gun series.

What People are Saying About This

Andrew Moore

"This collection of photographs, many of them by amateur photographers through the decades, paint a picture of a vibrant city. A city with problems, a city sprawling out of control, but a city full of life and ambition. Historic Photos of Los Angeles is a wonderful chronicle of our city. Sure it's not always pretty, but family histories rarely are. Like any good history book, this volume gives us a context from which to view Los Angeles as she stands today. If you love Los Angeles, warts and all, you'll love this book."--(Andrew Moore, thefelties.blogspot.com)

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