In the 50s and the 60s, Los Angeles was an industrial and financial giant created by war production and migration, the city assembled more cars than any city in U.S.A, except Detroit, that later will be the main cause for being the city of “smog,” or one of the most polluted cities in the United States.
We found a handful of amazing vintage photos that show the City of Angels during the 50s and 60s on this cool blog neat stuff.
So take a trip down the memory lane, and check out this amazing vintage photos of Los Angeles.
Andersen’s Restaurant – Los Angeles, 1954
Capitol Records on Hollywood and Vine, 1962
Drug King & Rexall – Hollywood and Vine, 1965
Gravmans Chinese Theater Hollywood Blvd, 1965
Hody’s Restaurant on Hollywood and Vine, 1965
Hollywood Blvd from Vine Street, 1965
Kress, Carnation & General of America Insurance – Los Angeles, 1954
Miracle Mile Mayco, 1950s
Pantages Theater on Hollywood Blvd, 1965
Rex Arms, Mobilgas – Los Angeles, 1954
Rose Parade – Pasadena, 1962
Santa Monica Blvd – Los Angeles, 1964
The Brown Derby – Los Angeles, 1954