The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Still one of the best pics on this place!
The Oriental Laundry sign in the background includes the phrase "NOT in the TRUST". Can anyone explain what this refers to?
How many kids today ever even seen a "TOP"?
But this one runs a close second.
Talking to Santa, 1948
Van Nuys Street with Christmas decorations, 1948
Captioned "P-E Station, Sierra Madre" 1947, assume this is the Pacific Electric station for the famous red cars...snow has got to be fake, even in Sierra Madre, rarely snows
Hollywood Blvd Christmas decorations, 1945
View of the Santa Claus Lane parade looking west on Hollywood Boulevard at Las Palmas. Thousands of spectators are shown on Hollywood Boulevard as they watched a section of the parade pass before them. Photo dated: November 24, 1945.
Residents of the Optimist Home for Boys in Highland Park, wearing choir robes, sing in front of a Christmas tree on December 21, 1944. My father was a member of this Oprtimist Club, and every year they would hold a big picnic to raise money for this boy's home.
Joan Leslie, beautiful sun goddess of Southern California's All-Winter Sun Festival, and Santa Claus are shown on a rocket ship float in the colorful Santa Claus Lane parade. Photo dated: November 21, 1940.
All the above pictures from the LA Country Library photo collection
I see them just fine.
I'll throw mine in.
Corner of Renfrew and Broadway. (Vancouver B.C.) 1951.
Made the papers. Article went on the explain about hoodlums and hot rods.....
pretty easy to caption this.....
take one sidecar .add one lion and there you have it
1956 Buick Wildcat III
1953 Model Airplane Meet, Willow Grove Field, Pa
That's when model airplane engines ran on regular gas with a spark plug,points and condenser
This is Zion National Park.
yes !!! The girls are Back !!!!!
1947 Tulsa, OK
Out of the past? Oops... that was Mitchum not Lancaster.
That could be my Impala
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