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Name Santa Monica Boulevard

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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 Santa Monica Business District at Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard - 1938/04/23

Santa Monica Business District at Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard - 1938/04/23

Business district in downtown Santa Monica; site of Dr. Cowen Credit Dentists Office, Sponberg's Department Store, and Walgreen Drugs, at Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard.

Image of Santa Monica Business District at Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard - 1938/04/23

Santa Monica Business District at Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard - 1938/04/23

Business district in downtown Santa Monica at the southwest corner of Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard (then Oregon Avenue). On the corner is the Butler Building, site of Dr. Cowen Credit Dentists Office, Sponberg's Department Store, Walgreen Drugs, and the offices of Drs. Mortensen and Hromadka.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Marching band in an Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Horseback riders in the Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz , Elks Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz , Elks Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Sheriff Biscailuz on horseback in the Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935
Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica
 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade along Santa Monica Boulevard in Santa Monica.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

The Pirate Float in an Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

The Lifeguard Float in the Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Goodrum and Vincent Used Car Lot - 1935/09/00

Goodrum and Vincent Used Car Lot - 1935/09/00

A view of the Goodrum and Vincent Used Car Lot on Santa Monica Boulevard. Goodrum and Vincent was an important Santa Monica Buick dealership in the 1920s and was originally located on Fifth Street and Colorado Avenue. In 1935 the dealership moved to 1501 Santa Monica Boulevard.

Image of Henshey's Department Addition Under Construction, 1936 - 1936/07/27

Henshey's Department Addition Under Construction, 1936 - 1936/07/27

An addition to Henshey's Department Store under construction. The store was located at 400 Santa Monica Boulevard at 4th Street in Santa Monica

Image of Excavation for Henshey's Department Store Addition, 1936 - 1936/07/27

Excavation for Henshey's Department Store Addition, 1936 - 1936/07/27

Excavation preparing for a new addition to Henshey's Department Store, located at 400 Santa Monica Boulevard at 4th Street. The construction is next to a wall advertising Johnston's Public Market.

Image of Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935
 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade, May 30, 1935 on Santa Monica Boulevard near Fourth Street in Santa Monica. The Bay Cities building with the clock tower can be seen in the background, and on the right is the early Santa Monica City Hall.

Image of Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935
Memorial Day Parade in 1935.
 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 Memorial Day Parade in 1935. - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade, May 30, 1935 on Santa Monica Boulevard near Fourth Street in Santa Monica. The Bay Cities building with the clock tower can be seen in the background, and on the right is the early Santa Monica City Hall.

Image of Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica,1935
Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica,1935 Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade, May 30, 1935 on Santa Monica Boulevard near Fourth Street in Santa Monica. The Bay Cities building with the clock tower can be seen in the background, and on the right is the early Santa Monica City Hall.

Image of Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935
 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/05/30

Memorial Day Parade, May 30, 1935 on Santa Monica Boulevard near Fourth Street in Santa Monica. The Bay Cities building with the clock tower can be seen in the background, and on the right is the early Santa Monica City Hall.

Image of Bathing Beauties Posing with Route 66 Sign, Beverly Hills - 1938/08/01

Bathing Beauties Posing with Route 66 Sign, Beverly Hills - 1938/08/01

Bathing beauties pose with a sign designating Route 66, Will Rogers Memorial Highway, in Beverly Hills, August 1, 1938. Jean Myras is pictured. The building behind the women was built and used until recently as the Beverly Hills Post Office. It is now the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. It is located at the intersection of Santa Monica Blvd and Canon Drive in Beverly Hills, CA.

Image of Bathing Beauties Posing on Route 66, Beverly Hills - 1938/08/01

Bathing Beauties Posing on Route 66, Beverly Hills - 1938/08/01

Bathing beauties pose with a sign designating Route 66, Will Rogers Memorial Highway, in Beverly Hills, August 1, 1938. Jean Myras is pictured.