The Southeast Corner of Grand and 7th, 1912
C. C. Pierce, Photographer, 1572 West Pico Street, Los Angeles, Calif., Phone EX 3132. Written on the back is Negative # 7361, Dated 1912, “The S-E corner of Grand and 7th after the Main Post Office moved across the street.” While there is nothing on the double tracks, it is obvious this is a trolley route and while it is difficult to detect in the photo, there is overhead trolley wire. To the left of the corner, beginning at the far left, is the Crystal Cafe and then Candy Laundry at the address 532. At 532-1/2 is the White House Photo Company, specializing in Kodak Finishing, enlarging and developing of roll film. At address 534 is the Busy Bee Lunch Room and also a window sign store. To the right of the corner is Japanese Abba Employment Office, an unnamed fine tailor shop (for ladies and gentlemen), two barber shops (one with a barber pole), the other named Dupee’s Barber Shop, and a real estate office.
Michael Patris Collection