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Old Posted Mar 13, 2014, 12:02 AM
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Per the LAPL: "Exterior view of a Van de Kamp's Bakery on a corner of Verdugo Road.... Workers are assembling the windmill on top. A sign in the window says the bakery will be closed Saturday, May 28."

This appears to be the dis-assembly of the windmill... I wonder if instead of "will be closed" the sign says "will close"--as in "for good."


Under the tree, the windmill closer to when it was built.

And here's an interesting shot from USC:


"House moving problem, 3 January 1958. House that was being moved broke down and blocked traffic at Verdugo Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard."

Looks like there was yet another Deco building at the intersection.

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