November 1926: Corner of 7th and Broadway in Los Angeles.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: KeystoneLink
April 1958: Pedestrian traffic at 7th and Broadway about noon. According to a short Los Angeles Times article on April 16, 1958, the movies "The Brothers Karamazov" and "The High Cost of Loving'" opened at the State Theatre that day.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Los Angeles TimesLink
July 9, 1974: Pedestrians around noon at 7th and Broadway. This photo was published in the July 10, 1974, Los Angeles Times.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Larry Sharkey / Los Angeles TimesLink
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