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View of the intersection of Alameda Street and Marchessault Street in Old Chinatown

Lisa See collection. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California1881/1910

National Trust for Historic Preservation

National Trust for Historic Preservation
Washington, DC, United States

The photographs were found in the 1940s by donor Lisa See's father, Richard See, and her grandfather, Eddy See, in or around their family's antique business, F. Suie One Company, when it was located at 510 Los Angeles Street. The store was located on one of the last blocks of Old Chinatown to be demolished. One cabinet card photograph in the collection is stamped "Yee, Photo / 510 North Los Angeles Street," the same address, so possibly the location was formerly a photography studio.

Details

  • Title: View of the intersection of Alameda Street and Marchessault Street in Old Chinatown
  • Creator: Lisa See collection. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California
  • Date Created: 1881/1910
  • Location Created: Los Angles, California

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