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LOS ANGELES 1961: Here's a beauty from Chinatown in 1961. From the caption (courtesy the FB group VINTAGE LOS ANGELES): "Looking at Chinatown in March, 1961. At this time it was often referred to as “New Chinatown”. The original L.A. Chinatown area was razed for Union Station and New Chinatown was developed in its nearby current location."

LOS ANGELES 1961: Here's a beauty from Chinatown in 1961. From the caption (courtesy the FB group VINTAGE LOS ANGELES): "Looking at Chinatown in March, 1961. At this time it was often referred to as “New Chinatown”. The original L.A. Chinatown area was razed for Union Station and New Chinatown was developed in its nearby current location."

Benches lined with people reading newspapers with headlines of the D-Day  invasion; in Pershing Square Park, Los Angeles, California.

A journalist's dream: Benches lined with people reading newspapers with headlines of the D-Day invasion; in Pershing Square Park, Los Angeles, California.

An aerial tour of Los Angeles, California in the early 1960s. To purchase a clean DVD of this film for personal home use or educational use contact us at que...

An aerial tour of Los Angeles, California in the early To purchase a clean DVD of this film for personal home use or educational use contact us at que.

San Francisco 1960s

San Francisco, 1961

Teaching with The Monster at the End of This Book. Includes questions, activities, vocabulary and many extras. Great for preschool, kindergarten, or 1st grade.

The Monster at the End of This Book (Children's). Want to get this for my kids. This was my favorite book growing up.

MORE ADVERTISEMENTS FROM 1961: The always zany JERRY LEWIS is looking especially apoplectic as a bullfighter grabbing the bull by the tail in this 1961 advertisement for Consolidated Paper. Don't pull too hard, Jerry! The bull ain't gonna like it!

MORE ADVERTISEMENTS FROM The always zany JERRY LEWIS is looking especially apoplectic as a bullfighter grabbing the bull by the tail in this 1961 advertisement for Consolidated Paper. Don't pull too hard, Jerry! The bull ain't gonna like it!

Hold your breath and wish for these prices as reflected in this 1961 GUNS magazine ad.

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