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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Nuestro Pueblo

Sept. 14, 1938, Nuestro Pueblo

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Broadway between 1st and Temple, looking toward Hill Street.

Oct. 20, 1943, Court Flight

Oct. 20, 1943: A fire destroys Court Flight.
Sept. 14, 1938: Joe Seewerker and Charles Owens visit Court Flight, another long-vanished downtown landmark. Today, the Hall of Records is also gone, as is the "slope across Broadway," where Court Flight once operated. 

Note: The original run of Nuestro Pueblo concluded in 1939. I’m going back and picking up the entries that I missed the first time.

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