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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Cupid’s Sorrowful Tale

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May 13, 1910: Mrs. Mallory gets 90 days in jail for running a disorderly house on Spring Street and a $50 fine for violating liquor laws … and the sorrowful story of a young woman who met a sailor on leave in San Diego.   

May 13, 1910, Disorderly House  

May 13, 1910, Babies

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