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A Sense of Place 

'The Gilmore Island,' 1914–1940s

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”The Gilmore Island,“ 1914--1940s

Photographs Courtesy of A.F. Gilmore Company archives

Fund-raiser, 1940s

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Gilmore Field, opening night, May 1939

When men looked like Fred Mertz: Tusquellas’ hams, 1940s

Happy days, 1940s

Minor-league baseball at Beverly and Fairfax, 1939

Park LaBrea, Pan Pacific Auditorium and the Gilmore properties, 1940s

Gilmore Ranch and oil derricks, January 1914

Gilmore Oil rig, 1920s

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Melons at the Market, 1930s

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