Jan. 5, 1908
I love looking through the early 20th century issues of The Times. For one thing, they are only about 26 pages and the ads are amazing. Here's a shout-out to Nathan Marsak of the 1947project. Feeling a little run down? Nothing like a swig of radium and sulfur to perk you up. "Sparkles like champagne AND it's radioactive." I kind of like that.
(Bonus fact: Colegrove was named for Sen. Cornelius Cole and was bounded by Melrose Avenue, Sunset Boulevard, Gower and Sewart streets, according to The Times).