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Paul DeLongpre Residence Photos

Vintage photographs of Paul DeLongpre’s Residence

The largest collection of vintage photos of Paul DeLongpre and his residence is in the website. All of the photographs are available for purchase.


One of Hollywood's most famous residents was Paul Delongpre. Born in France in 1885, DeLongpre started painting flowers when he was 12. A bank failure in Paris brought him to New York in 1886, where he began again with an exhibition of floral paintings. Flowers were expensive and there were not a great variety in New York. In 1889, DeLongpre moved to Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

DeLongpre loved bicycling around the area looking...

Historical and Vintage Photos of Hollywood

Vintage Hollywood Photographs

The finest and largest collection of old Hollywood photos is on the website with more than 12,000 photographs from which to choose, the collection has more than 90 subject matters including, the Capital Records Tower, Griffith Observatory, Mocambo nightclub, the Hollywood sign and Sunset Boulevard.  All of the photographs in the collection are available for purchase.


Vintage Hollywood Bowl Photos

One of Hollywood's most famous and popular entertainment venues is the Hollywood Bowl.  Located on the west side of the Cahuenga Pass, the ...

Pilgrimage Play photos


Pilgrimage Play

The largest collection of Pilgrimage Play photos is on the website. When Mrs. Christine Witherill Stevenson withdrew from the Hollywood Bowl in 1920, she was intent on promoting her religious place. She purchased a 29 acre Canyon across the Cahuenga Pass from the Hollywood Bowl. After building a crude structure, which was later to develop into the beautiful Pilgrimage Play Theater, Mrs. Stevenson journeyed to the holy land to obtain authentic fabrics, utensils, and props. She wrote the entire play from her translation of the four Gospels according to the King James...