Nuestro Pueblo


 
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Below, Ducommun and Garey streets, the general area where this picture was drawn, via Google maps’ street view. 

 



About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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1 Response to Nuestro Pueblo

  1. R. KOCH says:

    Gas Tanks>
    The impression I get is that the city was filled with them even in the middle of the street like this picture! They appear in almost every post-war LA movie. Check out CRY DANGER (1948). I’ve even seen them in some of the Black Dahlia crime scene pictures. Are they still around?

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