Kroc, Ray - food, nutrition, body
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Ansel Adams: School children at Manzanar, 1943
Ansel Adams: internees on their way to school at Manzanar War Relocation Center, Owens Valley, California, 1943. From the Ansel Adams at Manazar collection at the Library of Congress More Manzanar pictures | More Ansel Adams pictures [PD] This picture is in the public domain.
The war is over and US forces are being demobilized back to peacetime status. Here, 52 submarines and 4 submarine tenders of the US Navy Reserve Fleet rest in Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California, circa Jan 1946.
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Boughs of Holly
The official blog for Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe & Mercantile! "Boughs of Holly" provides a glimpse behind the scenes of this charming little online Shoppe!
What is a Hangtown Fry?
The dish consists of fried breaded oysters, bacon, and eggs cooked together like an omelete, fritatta style (flat omelette). Although some dispute the above story and say that it was the last request of a man about to be hanged, it is generally agreed that it got its start in Hangtown, formerly called Dry Diggings […]
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Wells Fargo Bank Historical Museum, S.F. - Sacramento, General View,1865, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA
California History - Sacramento - 1865 (I wonder where in Sacramento. Look at the hills!)
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Wells Fargo Bank Historical Museum, S.F. Northwest from Roof of Capitol - Sacramento, General View, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA
California History - Sacramento - 1880
Photos of L.A.'s Most Famous Streets When They Were Dirt Roads
Like some of the very people who drive on them, a few Los Angeles streets have achieved the height of fame. Sunset Boulevard lent its evocative name to Billy Wilder's classic film noir. Pasadena's Colorado Boulevard appears on millions of television screens each New Year's Day as the route of the Rose Parade. And to many around the world, Pacific Coast Highway instantly conjures up images of surfers, convertibles, and movie stars. (In L.A., we're more likely to think of traffic, wildfires…
Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’
#TodayInCAHistory: On June 24, 1900, Oliver Lippincott drove the first automobile in Yosemite. A Los Angeles-based photographer, Lippincott spent several weeks photographing both Yosemite and his new invention the Locomobile, which was a steam-powered 2 cylinder vehicle with a top speed of 40 MPH.