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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Raymond bombing

Arrests are expected in the Harry Raymond bombing... An attempt at child visitation at Barbara Stanwyck's San Fernando Valley ranch  (18600 Devonshire) does not go well ... Paul Whiteman, Fanny Brice, Judy Garland and Ilona Massey at the Cocoanut Grove... And non-farming Jews are being forced to leave Ecuador.

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Myer Seigel Shops in 1938 advertising women's tailored suits for $270.00 in 2006 dollars.

Myer Seigel Shops were located at Seventh at Olive [Downtown Los Angeles], 5400 Wilshire [Miracle Mile], Pasadena, Bevely Hills, and Westwood Village. A definite clue as to the areas where the affluent people were to be found in Southern California in 1938. MIracle Mile, Pasadena, Beverly Hills and Westwood were not easily accessible by any transportation other than automobile in 1938.

Myer Seigel Shops were not for the okie farmer workers that came to California in the 1930's.


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