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Olvera Street statue of Felipe de Neve, Spanish governor of California and founder of Los Angeles. Los Angeles Almanac Photo.
History Timeline for Los Angeles County
Aircraft assembler at Lockheed Vega Plant in Burbank, 1942. Photo by David Bransby. Office of War Information, courtesy of Library of Congress.
Historical Sites & Structures
Avila Adobe at Olvera Street in Los Angeles. Los Angeles Almanac Photo.
Early Los Angeles History
Photo of Mural by Millard Sheets. Photo by Charles C. Pierce. Courtesy of the California Historical Society & USC Library.
Mexican Los Angeles
Woman in early Mexican California period, Juan Matias Sanchez Abode Museum, Montebello. Los Angeles Almanac Photo.
Miscellaneous Los Angeles History
Searchlights and anti-aircraft fire over Los Angeles, February 25, 1942. Photo by International News Photos of New York, courtesy of LA Examiner Collection, USC Library.
- First Landowner in Beverly Hills
- Bridget "Biddy" Mason, Former Slave, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
- Los Angeles Area Civil War Barracks
- 1871 Chinese Massacre
- Changing Boundaries of Los Angeles County, 1850-Present
- Dr. Elizabeth Follansbee
- Angelino Heights - Oldest Surviving Suburb of Los Angeles
- Los Angeles - Birthplace of Modern Pentecostalism
- Mount Lowe Railway & Echo Mountain Resort
- First Motion Picture Made in Los Angeles
- William Mulholland and "White Gold"
- Terrorist Attack on the Los Angeles Times, 1910
- Mount Lowe Railway and Echo Mountain Resort
- Ambassador Hotel
- Long Beach - the Original Hollywood
- Map of City of Los Angeles Territory Annexations, 1916
- Era of the Gambling Ships & the Battle of Santa Monica Bay
- Griffith Park Fire Tragedy of 1933
- Frank Shaw - First U.S. Mayor to be Recalled from Office
- The Pan Pacific Auditorium
- Paul Revere Williams - Famed Los Angeles Architect
- Murphy Ranch and the Nazis
- Executive Order 9066 - February 19, 1942
- Battle of Los Angeles, 1942
- Ralph Lazo - A True Friend
- Los Angeles Zoot Suit Riots
- The Spruce Goose
- Perez vs. Sharp - End to Miscegenation Laws in California
- The Missiles of Los Angeles
- A New Kind of City
- How Disneyland Went from Burbank to Anaheim
- East L.A. Walkouts, 1968
- The History of Eating Out in Los Angeles County
- The Brown Derby
- The Atomic Cafe
- Oldest Surviving Restaurants and Eating Establishments in Los Angeles
- Christmas Tree Lane, Altadena
- La Raza - Documenting a Movement & Overlooked Community
The following pages from other subject headings are of historical interest: