Los Angeles From the Air Then and Now

Los Angeles From the Air Then and Now

by Dennis Evanosky, Eric J. Kos
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Los Angeles From the Air Then and Now by Dennis Evanosky, Eric J. Kos

Tour Los Angeles like never before with this exciting new book filled with breathtaking sky-high then-and-now images of some of LA's most famous landmarks and locations. Graze along the top of the Hollywood Hills, home to the iconic HOLLYWOOD sign, which originally spelled out HOLLYWOODLAND in 1923. It was a PR stunt launched by a local real estate developer, but proved so popular most of the sign is still standing today. Discover the diamond views over Dodger Stadium. While the ballpark's general appearance hasn't changed much since it was completed in 1962, the ballpark and its surrounding area are now known as “Dodgertown.” Fly over Bel Air after the devastating forest fire of 1960 and discover Beverly Hills in 1922 just as the area was being subdivided. Much has changed over the years in these exclusive enclaves — check out Grauman's Chinese Theater, the Brown Derby, Olympic Stadium, Santa Monica Pier, and more.

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ISBN-13: 9781607101284
Publisher: Thunder Bay Press
Publication date: 11/01/2010
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 11.30(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Dennis Evanosky is a former editor at Hills Newspapers in the East Bay. In 1997 his love of history helped fashion an award-winning calendar that featured the history of his Oakland neighborhood. Together with Eric J. Kos he has written East Bay Then and Now (2004) and San Francisco In Photographs (2006) along with several local history books for Californian communities.

Eric J. Kos is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has provided his design expertise to various publications in the East Bay since 1997. In 2001 he helped start his first corporation, Stellar Media Group, which publishes the Alameda Sun, a free weekly newspaper in California.

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