Los Angeles in 1913 had a population of 465,000, and boasted of over 600 miles of graded and graveled streets, of its position as the commercial capital of southern California, and of its spacious homes. The following photographs are from Frank W. Staley’s Views of Los Angeles.

Weeping Willow, Echo Park
Weeping Willow, Echo Park
Residence and Park, Beverly Hills
Residence and Park, Beverly Hills
Pacific Ave and Park, House facing the sea, Long Beach
Pacific Ave and Park, Long Beach
Hollywood Residences
Hollywood Residences
Bathing Scene and Amusement Pier, Venice
Bathing Scene and Amusement Pier, Venice
Boulevard, Hollywood
Boulevard, Hollywood
Broadway, north from 8th Street
Broadway, north from 8th Street
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