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Free harbor jubilee, Los Angeles and San Pedro. April 26 and 27 1899 / J.F. Derby.

Free harbor jubilee, Los Angeles and San Pedro. April 26 and 27 1899 / J.F. Derby.

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Summary

Poster showing a woman in a jeweled dress blowing a horn and an aerial view of the port of Los Angeles, California. Railroad lines connect Los Angeles and the bay.
Promotional goal: U.S. .F3 1899.
Title from item.
Purchase; (DLC/PP-1984:168).
Exhibited: LC @ LA: Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, California, 2006.

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Date

01/01/1899
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Derby, J.F., , artist
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