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Here's another type of license.

A Los Angeles manicurist's license for the year 1928-29.


ebay (found a long time ago) Dolores Edgington - 2327 Scarff St. - Los Angeles Calif


This is extra interesting because we have a photograph of the manicurist.





"To my wonderful Sweet-heart Phil. from Dolores, All My Love" Novio yo de ano. De Dolores


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My word, e_r, how like Louise Fazenda she looks!


https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0010233...er/rm292882944
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When I googled Louise Fazenda, to see if she ever used 'Dolores Edgington' as a sort of nom de guerre,
I found out she is from Lafayette, Indiana. That's where I am!

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When I googled Louise Fazenda, to see if she ever used 'Dolores Edgington' as a sort of nom de guerre,
I found out she is from Lafayette, Indiana. That's where I am!
And all along, I pictured you sitting in a sleek office building overlooking Wilshire.
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Well, it ain't exactly Will-Shire Bool lee-vard.



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A. L. Reynolds' Man-Angel No. 1

Only two photographs have been indentified (on the internet) as the man-powered, oar rowed airship, Reynolds Man-Angel.

One of the two photographs was taken at the recently discussed Fiesta Park! (piloted by Herbert Burke)


welweb.org

At far right you can see the German church*, /which we also discussed. (pretty cool huh)


Here's Hoss' map again (the tacky arrow is mine)


Lib 1909 Map posted by HossC

There's much confusion between Reynolds' Man-Angel and a second oar driven airship...the "Thomas Baldwin Air-Oared Airship".

If interested; you can real all about it HERE (amazing photographs!)


*"Salem's Kirche der Ev[angelisch] Gemeinschaft" (Salem's Church of the Evangelical Community)
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Perry Mason Friday: Residential mysteries



Mystery house 1



Mystery house 2



Mystery house 3


Three of mystery house 4--love the '56 Sunliner...the prop department seems to have been a little sloppy-- "RICK" was the character's first name...and it looks like the box may have been whitewashed to cover some lettering....






Sets and locations, cars and actors were often recycled on PM--this is 160 S June used again just a few episodes after it first appeared. (King Vidor's daughter's house)...



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Many years ago I used to drive by that motel and think "Gosh, they must have named it that for the 1963 TV series 'The Farmer's Daughter', because I see CBS Television City right across the street, so the show gotta must have done aired on CBS."

Boy, I thought I was clever! I felt like such a schmuck when I found out "The Farmer's Daughter" actually aired on ABC.

BTW, Happy 96th Birthday to Grauman's Egyptian Theatre.

I recall that The Carol Burnett Show referenced the Farmer's Daughter Motel on occasion and even set a sketch or two there with a photo of it as the establishing shot.
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