Early Real Photo 7th and Broadway Los Angeles CA

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  • Item Category: Fine Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 10,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction

Early Real Photo 7th and Broadway Los Angeles CA

This is an original real photo, probably from the 1920s. This 8" x 10" black and white photo is of downtown Los Angeles at the corner of Seventh (7th) and Broadway. You can see several cable cars, plus a number of businesses - a bustling city, even 85 years ago. It is unmarked on the front, and on the back, it says "Looking South at 7th & Boradway Los Angeles" in pencil. T is also a stamp that says "From the Los Angeles Chamger of Commerce".

This is a great photo, and it is clearly from the early part of the 1900s. Look at the way people are dressed, and at the cars! This photo is very clear and sharp, and in great shape. The top corners have some rounding, and the bottom corners have small creases. T is a tiny tear in the lower left hand corner. See my other auctions, as I am listing more fantastic old photographs! I am happy to combine shipping for mulitple items.

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