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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Raymond bombing

March 1, 1938
Los Angeles


Reinforcements pour into Graz, Austria, in an effort gain control over Nazi unrest. Below, The Times spills lots of ink over "industrial freedom" ... Officers are assigned to protect vegetable peddler George Sakalis, a witness in the Harry Raymond bombing, by following him on his route ... And training for the "Welcomettes," who greet visitors at the downtown hospitality center, 505 W. 6th St.


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