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Title: Los Angeles, the old and the new;

Year: 1911 (1910s)

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Publisher: (Los Angeles, Times-Mirror ptg. & bdg. house

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coast, many of which may berented by the week or month, and at twopoints—Coronado and Catalina Island—regu-lar tent cities have been established. Theseare not composed of ordinary tents, but ratherof cloth houses, neatly fitted, and set in sym-metrical lines. They may be rented atmoderate prices, either furnished or unfurn-ished. The scene on the opposite page shows thesummer encampment at Catalina Island, wherethe neat cloth houses are set up under tallspreading eucalyptus trees, fronting on a streetthat is swept and sprinkled every day. Forthose who do not care to do their own cooking,there are delicacy stores, where everything inthe line of eatables may be purchased, includ-ing soup, piping hot. The camper at theseresorts has all the advantages of the music,the dancing pavilion and other attractions,besides the ever popular bathing, boatingand fishing. There are picturesque golfgrounds, and one of the finest bands on thePacific Coast plays regularly during thesummer months. 13

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TRIPS FROM LOS ANGELES. Following- are atnonof the principal trips ofinterest to tourists that may be made fromLos Ang-eles, within a limit of two days. Thetrips to Catalina Island, Santa Barbara andSan Dieg-o may be made within a day, butthat would leave but little or no time for in-spection. Unless otherwise stated, theseplaces are all reached by steam railroad. HALF-DAY TRIPS. Santa Monica, steam and electric railroad. Port Los Ang-eles, Long- Beach, TerminalIsland, San Pedro, Redondo Beach. Baldwins Ranch, San Gabriel Mission ;steam and tally-ho. Ostrich Farm ; steam and electric railroad. Soldiers Home ; steam and electric railroad. Pasadena ; steam and electric railroad. Whittier and Santa Fe Springs. Cahueng-a Valley ; electric railroad. San Fernando Mission. ONE-DAY TRIPS. Mt. Lowe ; electric railroad. Kite-shaped track of the Santa Fe system,including stops at Riverside and Redlands. Pomona and Ontario. Alamitos, Oxnard or Chino sug^ar factory. Santa Ana, Orange and Tustin. O

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