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Image of Santa Monica City Hall, Fourth St. and Oregon Blvd. - early 1900s

Santa Monica City Hall, Fourth St. and Oregon Blvd. - early 1900s

Santa Monica City Hall, on the corner of Fourth Street and Oregon Boulevard (now Santa Monica Boulevard), was built in 1902. Note the early telephone lines and pole. This was the location of City Hall until 1939 when the current City Hall was opened on Main Street. The Fourth Street City Hall also housed the Santa Monica Police Department.

Image of First Methodist Church - 1940

First Methodist Church - 1940

The First Methodist Church of Santa Monica, at Fourth Street and Arizona Avenue.

Image of Santa Monica City Hall - 1930s

Santa Monica City Hall - 1930s

The old Santa Monica City Hall at Santa Monica Boulevard and Fourth Street, 1930s. This building housed the City Hall and Police Department from 1902-1938.

Image of The Old Santa Monica City Hall - early 1900s

The Old Santa Monica City Hall - early 1900s

The old Santa Monica City Hall on Santa Monica Boulevard and Fourth Street, served the city from 1902 to 1938.

Image of Santa Monica City Hall - 1925

Santa Monica City Hall - 1925

Santa Monica City Hall at corner of Fourth Street and Santa Monica Boulevard. Henshey's Department Store still under construction.

Image of The Tegner Building, Home of Henshey's Department Store, Late 1920s - 1920s late

The Tegner Building, Home of Henshey's Department Store, Late 1920s - 1920s late

The Tegner Building on Santa Monica Boulevard at Fourth Street was occupied by Henshey's Department Store from 1925 to1992. The building was demolished due to earthquake damage in 1994.

Image of Medical Building at Wilshire Boulevard and 4th Street. - undated

Medical Building at Wilshire Boulevard and 4th Street. - undated

Photographic copy of an illustration showing a Spanish revival style medical building at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Fourth Street with a drugstore at the ground floor corner. The description states "This Spanish type business building at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Fourth Street...and around which is growing the uptown shopping district...strikes a pleasing note in California commercial architecture."

Image of Fourth Street - undated

Fourth Street - undated

Fourth Street. Santa Monica Bay Woman's Club in background. Original to keep.

Image of Wilshire Boulevard - undated

Wilshire Boulevard - undated

A view of houses and palm trees on the south side of Wilshire Boulevard from Third Street to Fourth Street.

Image of Street Scene at 4th and Pico Boulevard - 1930

Street Scene at 4th and Pico Boulevard - 1930

Street Scene: 4th Street and Pico Boulevard , northbound.

Image of Seated Woman in Garden of Fourth Street Residence - undated

Seated Woman in Garden of Fourth Street Residence - undated

Fourth Street Residence, Santa Monica, California.

Image of Future Site of Santa Monica Place - 1980

Future Site of Santa Monica Place - 1980

Construction at the future site of Santa Monica Place, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry with Gruen Associates. It was constructed in 1980 at the south end of the Third Street Promenade. The Sears store can be seen on the south side of Colorado Avenue at Fourth Street.

Image of Sears Store and Construction at Future Site of Santa Monica Place - 1980

Sears Store and Construction at Future Site of Santa Monica Place - 1980

A city bus passing by construction at the future site of Santa Monica Place, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry with Gruen Associates. It was constructed in 1980 at the south end of the Third Street Promenade, between Broadway and Colorado Avenues. The Sears store can be seen on the south side of Colorado Avenue on either side of Fourth Street.

Image of Construction of Santa Monica Place - 1980

Construction of Santa Monica Place - 1980

Construction at the future site of Santa Monica Place, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry with Gruen Associates. It was constructed in 1980 at the south end of the Third Street Promenade. This is a view of the property looking toward Colorado Avenue from Broadway Avenue. In the background at the upper left is the Sears automotive site on Fourth Street and Colorado Avenue.

Image of Exterior Fountain at H. C. Holwedel's Fourth Street Residence - undated

Exterior Fountain at H. C. Holwedel's Fourth Street Residence - undated

An exterior view of the1906 residence of H. C. Holwedel, a Santa Monica architect, located at 958 Fourth Street. This view of a patio pool and fountain seen beyond a pergola. It is one of twenty 8x10 glass plate negatives by a photographer named Garrison who catalogued the Holwedel home. J.G. Wendel, Holwedel's uncle and one of the richest landowners in New York City, died in his nephew's home in 1914.

Image of Exterior view of the H. C. Holwedel Residence on Fourth Street - undated

Exterior view of the H. C. Holwedel Residence on Fourth Street - undated

The exterior, sidewalk view of the1906 residence of H. C. Holwedel, a Santa Monica architect, located at 958 Fourth Street. This view of the garden landscape is one of twenty 8x10 glass plate negatives by a photographer named Garrison who catalogued the Holwedel home. J.G. Wendel, Holwedel's uncle and one of the richest landowners in New York City, died in his nephew's home in 1914.

Image of Train Station and Santa Monica Hotel at Fourth Street and Colorado Avenue - 1906

Train Station and Santa Monica Hotel at Fourth Street and Colorado Avenue - 1906

An overhead view of the Southern Pacific Railroad train station and the Santa Monica Hotel at Fourth Street and Colorado Avenue.

Image of Residence on Ocean Park Boulevard and Fourth Street - undated

Residence on Ocean Park Boulevard and Fourth Street - undated

A Victorian-era private residence, viewed from curbside on Ocean Park Boulevard and Fourth Street.

Image of Home of H. C. Holwedel at 958 Fourth Street - undated

Home of H. C. Holwedel at 958 Fourth Street - undated

A copy of a photograph of the residence of H. C. Holwedel at 958 Fourth Street, built in 1906. H. C. Holwedel was a Santa Monica architect. J. G. Wendel, Holwedel's uncle and one of the richest landowners in New York City, died in his nephew's home in 1914. Photograph is inscribed: "Residence of H. C. Holwedel, Santa Monica. H. C. Holwedel, Architect, Santa Monica; 948 - 4th St., built 1906"

Image of Fourth Street in Santa Monica - 1938

Fourth Street in Santa Monica - 1938

Fourth street in Santa Monica.