LA_COUNTY_GERERAL_HOSPITAL_WW_2_Women_s_Ambulance_Defense_Corps_Tab_Inv_K3365_01_za

LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women’s Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365

LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women's Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365
LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women's Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365

LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women's Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365
LOS ANGELES COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women’s Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365. All items are guaranteed to be 100% original, we do not sell reproductions. LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women’s Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365. Please use image super sizer for the best view. You get the item pictured, we do not use stock photos or other sellers images. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Auctiva gets you noticed! Track Page Views With.
LA COUNTY GERERAL HOSPITAL WW 2 Women's Ambulance & Defense Corps Tab Inv# K3365
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NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket

NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket

NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Baseball Letterman Varsity Jacket- All Sizes Available We can add custom embroidery, patches, printing or labels on these jackets as per customer’s requirements. This listing is for a beautiful well made Authentic Style Varsity College Jacket. Very well manufactured, strong material and hardware. Will last you for years to come. Manufactured by County Enterprises. Varsity jacket is crafted in a superior quality finest 100% Satin Body and Satin Sleeves. 2 Front Side pockets and 1 inside pocket in the jacket. The polyester quilted inside lining-Padded is excellent insulation keeping you warm, even during the coldest days. Rib knit cuffs, Collar and Bottom of Jackets made by soft shell knit material – protect your skin. Available in Black, Pink, Green, Blue, Purple, Red, White, Cream, Gray, Brown, Dark Blue & Yellow colors. Available in Men, Women and Kids sizes. You will definitely love the. Supreme quality and design. We accept Pay pal. Do Not Forget to Check Out. All the items are readily available and if any item is x-stock, it will be arranged from outlet in Pakistan. In the unlikely event that your product is faulty in anyway or not as described, Please return us when received and we will. E b a y. We would appreciate it after receiving your item, You would leave us feedback in a timely manner. We will be happy to work with you to resolve any issues. We value your trust and confidence and appreciate your loyalty as a customer.
NBA Los Angeles Clippers Red Satin Bomber Letterman Varsity Baseball Jacket
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Flavorite Brand VINTAGE San Fernando, California Orange Crate Label 1930 Genuine

Flavorite Brand VINTAGE San Fernando, California Orange Crate Label 1930 Genuine

Flavorite Brand VINTAGE San Fernando, California Orange Crate Label 1930 Genuine
This uncommon vintage 1930 orange crate label depicts two fairies with butterfly wings injecting flavor into oranges growing in a grove of trees at nighttime against a backdrop of fireflies. “Flavorite” is obviously a combination of “flavor” and “favorite”. Some of the new labels that emerged in the Advertising Age of California Orange Crate Labels (1920 – 1935) reflected the Art Deco design movement. At its best, this art treatment created a feeling of modern elegance. On labels of the 1920s and early 1930s, it was combined with innovative color treatments made possible because of the development of new printing ink formulations and sophisticated printing registration techniques. The result was a succession of attractive new label designs such as Flavorite. Through its use of stylized imagery Flavorite successfully conveys its advertising message by using an unusual design theme and color treatment in conjunction with a prominent display of oranges as an integral part of the design. McClelland & Jay T. Flavorite Brand label printed by Western Lithographic Company, Los Angeles, CA, #130 Used by the American Fruit Growers, Inc. Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA The packing house of American Fruit Growers was at 2160 East Seventh Street, Los Angeles.
Flavorite Brand VINTAGE San Fernando, California Orange Crate Label 1930 Genuine
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LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model

LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model

LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
Scalecraft Models 1/28 Scale Los Angeles County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Registration #N957LA Solid Wood Desk Top Display Model Helicopter with Wood & Metal Stand Item #2061. Brand New in Foam Padded Box. Superior quality model constructed of solid wood. Their skilled craftsmen with a wealth of detail have hand-carved & hand-painted each model, with great concern for exact accuracy. The model airplane measures 15.50″ long x 15.50″ rotor spin.
LA County Sheriff Eurocopter AS-350 Desk Top Display Helicopter 1/28 SC Model
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Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32

Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32
Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32
Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32
Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32

Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32
Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster (December 17, 1983 – February 26, 1984) from The Tokugawa Art Museum. Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition Los Angeles County Museum of Art Poster (December 17, 1983 – February 26, 1984) from The Tokugawa Art Museum, Framed. It is in very good condition-Please see photos for the details. Measures 15″ x 32″, 6.5 Lbs Weight. If you have any questions, Please let us know.
Shogun The Shogun Age Exhibition LA County Museum of Art Poster, 15 x 32
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John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed

John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed

John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
John Wardman is a listed artist who worked in Los Angeles Chinatown district in the early 1930’s. Original signed watercolor, an image of a Victorian Home with 3 figures, signed in the lower left. Noted in pencil on the rear by the artist: “Bunker Hill Ave (between 2 & 3rd on W si of st)” in the upper left and “H-31″ in lower right possibly for 1931. In what appears to be another handwriting on the upper right is John W. The painting is on watercolor paper measuring approximately 15″x11″. There are signs of age, use, and wear; some foxing to the paper, some remnants of the artists tape along the border, please see photos for condition details.
John William Wardman (1902-1994) 1930s Watercolor Los Angeles Bunker Hill Listed
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ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports

ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports

ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports. TITLE: Annual Report of the Surveyor-General of the State of California for The Year 1862. Houghton, Surveyor-General of California, et al. PUBLISHER: Sacramento, California: Benjamin P. DESCRIPTION: 148 pages, folding chart. CONDITION NOTES: VERY GOOD. Some peeling to spine. Pages clean, except for a couple of pages with light foxing. Chart properly folded with a small stub tear. Want to see the mother of all land rushes underway? Read the reports from the various California county surveyors touting their bounty, counting their cattle, and bickering over boundaries (in the two appendices). A report to Leland Stanford, Governor of California in the 12th year of statehood, compiled from correspondence by county surveyors and assessors, as well as state civil engineers. State and County Boundaries. Canals, and Drainage of the Sacramento Valley. An additional report on Irrigation by Civil Engineer Calvin Brown serves to detail the growing realization of the state’s unique climate, and its unusual dependence on seasonal water flow for agricultural abundance in the absence of a cold winter. Reports on Railway construction and Flood mitigation round out the statewide portion. Inally, two appendices include reports by each county’s surveyor and assessor giving insight into the state’s resources and the degree to which agriculture has progressed and survey/boundary issues have been resolved… Very readable and fascinating. Each county official was required by state law to report, but some submitted a short, very subjective descriptive letter, and others submitted full tables of statistics. Others, such as Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Bernardino submitted no letters, though some of their data appears on statewide tabulations. San Diego’s data appears nowhere. Is this a wartime measure, or is it a matter of insignificant population or agricultural yield that keep the Southern counties out of the Surveyor-General’s report? Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
ANNUAL REPORT of California SURVEYOR-GENERAL 1863 Post Gold Rush County Reports
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SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos

SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos

SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER: 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos. EXTREMELY RARE FEATURE STORY: Set of nine silver photographs measuring from 9 x 7 detailing the flood of 1938, which was the worst in 70 years in Los Angeles, California. This set of news service photographs comes complete with captions telling of this disaster. By World Wide Photo Service.. The Los Angeles flood of 1938 was one of the largest floods in the history of Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside Counties in southern California. The flood was caused by two Pacific storms that swept across the Los Angeles Basin in February-March 1938 and generated almost one year’s worth of precipitation in just a few days. Between 113-115 people were killed by the flooding. [1] The Los Angeles, San Gabriel and Santa Ana Rivers burst their banks, inundating much of the coastal plain, the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, and the Inland Empire. Flood control structures spared parts of Los Angeles County from destruction, while Orange and Riverside Counties experienced more damage. [1] The flood of 1938 is considered a 50-year flood. [3] In response to the floods, the U. Army Corps of Engineers and other agencies began to channelize local streams in concrete, and built many new flood control dams and debris basins. These works have been instrumental in protecting Southern California from subsequent flooding events, such as in 1969 and 2005, which both had a larger volume than the 1938 flood The Associated Press (AP) is an American multinational not-for-profit news agency headquartered in New York City that operates as a cooperative, unincorporated association. The AP is owned by its contributing newspapers and radio and television stations in the United States, all of which contribute stories to the AP and use material written by its staff journalists. As of 2007, needs update? News collected by the AP was published and republished by more than 1,700 newspapers, in addition to more than 5,000 television and radio broadcasters. The photograph library of the AP consists of over 10 million images. The AP operates more than 200 news bureaus in more than 100 countries. It also operates the AP Radio Network, which provides newscasts twice hourly for broadcast and satellite radio and television stations. As part of their cooperative agreement with the AP, most member news organizations grant automatic permission for the AP to distribute their local news reports. The AP employs the “inverted pyramid” formula for writing that enables the news outlets to edit a story to fit its available publication area without losing the story’s essentials. Cutbacks at rival United Press International in 1993 left the AP as the United States’ primary news service, although UPI still produces and distributes stories and photos daily. Other English-language news services, such as the BBC, Reuters and the English-language service of Agence France-Presse, are based outside the United States.
SCARCE NEWS FEATURE DISASTER 1938 Los Angeles Flood Wide World News Svc Photos
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RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE

RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE

RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE
This is a fantastic and RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Aquatint and Etching on Paper, by early California printmaker Harold Lukens Doolittle 1883 – 1974. This artwork depicts a delightful, forested landscape scene of tall, finely detailed redwood trees in Northern California. This print is from an edition of unknown size, and likely dates to the 1930’s. Titled: “Redwood Giants” in the lower left corner and signed: Harold L. Doolittle in the lower right corner. Approximately 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches including frame. Actual visible artwork is approximately 8 3/4 x 10 inches. Good condition for nearly a century of age, with a few faint scuffs to the surface of the paper please see photos. Acquired from an old collection in Los Angeles, California. If you like what you see, I encourage you to make an Offer. Please check out my other listings for more wonderful and unique artworks! 1883 – Pasadena, California. 1974 – Temple City, California. Harold Lukens Doolittle (1883 – 1974) was active/lived in California. Harold Doolittle is known for Printmaker-landscape. Harold Doolittle (American 1883 – 1974) was born in Pasadena, California. He was an etcher and civil engineer who studied at Cornell University and Throop Polytechnic Institute. He worked for many years as chief design engineer for the Southern California Edison Company. He was a bit of a Renaissance man, working in all the graphic processes including photography and collotype, but he is most noted for his aquatints. Doolittle built his own press, mezzotint rocker and preferred to make his own linen paper. He was a member of the Pasadena Society of Artists, Chicago Society of Etchers, Society of American Graphic Artists, California Society of Etchers and the California Print Makers. He served as president of the California Print Makers in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s. Doolittle is represented in the Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Los Angeles Public Library, California State Library, Dayton Art Institute and Brooks Memorial Gallery. Biography from Crocker Art Museum Store. Etcher, lithographer, Harold Lukens Doolittle was born in Pasadena, CA on May 4, 1883. Doolittle studied art at the Throop Institute and civil engineering at Cornell University. Largely self-taught as an artist, he is known primarily for his aquatints. He was a mechanical engineer for Southern California Edison for 30 years and, upon retirement, continued etching on his hand-made rag paper. He died in Temple City, CA on Jan. Member: American Fine Art Association San Francisco Art Association Chicago Society of Etchers; Society of American Etchers California Society of Etchers; Calif. Prairie Makers Pasadena Society of Artists. Exh: San Francisco Art Association, 1919-20 California Society of Etchers, 1920 In: CSL; AIC; LACMA; LA Public Library; Library of Congress; San Diego Museum. AAA 1919-29; WWC 1929; WWAA 1936-62; SCA; California Design, 1910.
RARE Old Early California Arts & Crafts Landscape Print, Redwoods DOOLITTLE