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Los Angeles, California
1911 March 1
Title supplied by cataloger.
Printed on Front: "Los Angeles, queen city of the southern part of California. If you would know more of California read Sunset Magazine."
Printed on back: "California Invitation Day Wednesday, March 1st, 1911. California wants people like you. Now's your chance to come out here. We've got sunshine, and green grass, and wildflowers right now, and all the comfort of an ideal home to offer you. You'll like it here, all right. There are special low rates on the Southern Pacific, beginning March 10th and in force till April 10th. Ask your ticket agent. No excuse now for not coming to see us and the things we're proud of. Perhaps you don't believe what we say about our climate and State. Come and see for yourself. We'll make good every way. Come on! Yours in hopes."
1 postcard : photographic postcard, black and white ; 11.3 cm x 7.9 cm
Los Angeles, California, California Counties Photography Collection , PC-CO, California Historical Society, PC-CO_00052
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