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Great Old Pictures of Hollywood

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The largest collection of Hollywood pictures is is at

There are thousands of pictures of all of Hollywood famous places and celebrities of the Golden Age of Hollywood.  Some of the popular nightclubs include Ciro's, Cafe Trocadero and the Mocambo.  Celebrities that ate and drank at these famous places included Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth and Errol Flynn.

Barnsdall Park was one of Hollywood’s first parks that was donated so the public could enjoy the beautiful area of Hollywood.  Aline Barnsdall built a beautiful home on the property and then donated the property to Los Angeles.

The Hollywood Athletic Club was founded in 1921 with the purpose of providing a good atmosphere for those who wanted to participate in athletic endeavors.   Located on Sunset Blvd. the Hollywood Athletic Club was a popular place with Hollywood’s businessmen.

The Hollywood Legion Stadium was one of two boxing stadiums in Los Angeles.  Located on El Centro Ave., the stadium was host to many of the country’s best boxers.  The stadium’s seats were filled with some of Hollywood’s most popular celebrities including Charles Chaplin.  

The Pantages Theater pictures on the web site show the famous palace type theater hosting movie premieres and the 1950 Academy Awards.   Build by Alexander Pantages, the theater was one of the world’s most beautiful movie palaces.  Premiere at the theater included Sparacus and When Tomorrow Comes.

Other pictures of Hollywood include some of the finest aerial photos, which were taken by Robert Spence.  In the 1920s, Spence used a biplane to take his photos.  There are more than 200 classic aerial photos.

All the pictures of Hollywood on the web site are available for purchase.

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