Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Another beautiful photo by Dick Stagg:
LOS ANGELES IN THE 1920s – THE… FANCIFUL
DINING IN STYLE IN THE 1940s
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It’s like Christmas! hah!
Remind me to tell you about somebody’s Grandpa’s Christmas parties around the pool in the 1950s… They make us look tame. And there’s this box of pictures I want to get my hands on…
They didn’t waste any time, did they??
They never really stopped.
Is that a shoe store or the Gordon’s Gin store?
It’s the devil’s brew, aka, Gin in 1934.
Oh!!! I had to look again and zoom in…..it IS booze!
I wonder how many followers you could get with a blog that was only pictures of liquor. Probably a lot.
I’ll try it 😉
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