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My grandmother lived there, 1936-1964
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Long Beach Pike
Long Beach California
Vintage Los Angeles
Los Angeles Area
Long Beach Pike by KID DEUCE, via Flickr
Madam Anna at the Pike
San Pedro California
San Luis Obispo County
Beach Art Deco
Works Progress Administration
Art Deco Architecture
Art Deco Fashion
University Of Southern California
Los Angeles Architecture
St Patty's Day Drinks
Digital Signage System
Long Beach State
St Pattys Day
Long Beach, Ca. The PIKE on the beach from 1902 till 1979 photos taken about 1980 after the Pike closed for good and before what was left was hauled away.
Pontoon Bridge: A dip into the Cerritos Channel of Long Beach Harbor. Remember when this bridge was raced across in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", filmed in 1963.
Amusement Park Rides
Old Looff Carousel Building from the Long Beach Pike | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Old Abandoned Houses
Damaged house - Long Beach earthquake - March 10, 1933
Long Beach City
City By The Sea
"Building a Great City by the Sea." Long beach city boosters ad featuring the still-unfinished Breakers Hotel, 2-12-1926
Craftsman Style Homes
Wtf Fun Facts
Caused quite a stir in 1976 when a real dead body was found in the Fun House amusement ride at the Pike, Long Beach CA.
Traditional Tattoo Old School
Vintage Style Tattoos
Famous Tattoo Artists
Bert Grimm's World Famous Tattoo, 26 Chestnut Place, Long Beach CA. Now Outer Limits. Still the oldest continuously-operating tattoo parlor in the continental U.S.
Seaside Avenue, east of Pine Avenue, Long Beach, 1961.
Manhattan Beach California
Vintage Neon Signs
Long Beach Pike | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Ford Motor Company Long Beach Assembly Plant, Assembly Building, 700 Henry Ford Avenue in Long Beach, 1937. Source: Woodhaven Historic Art
Long Beach, California. I got my 13.1 tattoo here. Place has been around forever. It's awesome!
Herman The German
"Herman the German" huge crane moved to Long Beach, California, from Germany after WWII