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Monday, November 1, 2010 Old Windows

Just windows the Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood, where the famous surreal photographer Man Ray lived during the Nazi years in Europe and once they were gone he headed back to Paris

Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood
Lido Apartments on Wilcox in Hollywood

The La Leyenda Apartments, 1737 North Whitley, from 1926

The La Leyenda Apartments, 1737 North Whitley, from 1926 -
The La Leyenda Apartments, 1737 North Whitley, from 1926 -
The La Leyenda Apartments, 1737 North Whitley, from 1926 -
The La Leyenda Apartments, 1737 North Whitley, from 1926 -

The Fleur Des Lis 1825 North Whitley built in 1928 by architect C. Waldo Powers

The Fleur Des Lis - 1825 North Whitley - built in 1928 by architect C. Waldo Powers -

The Fontenoy at 1811 North Whitley, where Tom Mix used to live, and where even in the fifties and sixties Mae West, Milton Berle, Jackie Gleason, and Irene Ryan might show up at a party. Architect Leland A. Bryant designed this building in 1928.

The Fontenoy, 1811 North Whitley, Leland A. Bryant, 1928
The Fontenoy, 1811 North Whitley, Leland A. Bryant, 1928
The Fontenoy, 1811 North Whitley, Leland A. Bryant, 1928
The Fontenoy, 1811 North Whitley, Leland A. Bryant, 1928
The Fontenoy, 1811 North Whitley, Leland A. Bryant, 1928

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Technical Note:

These photographs were taken with a Nikon D200 the lenses used were AF-S Nikkor 18-70 mm 1:35-4.5G ED, or AF Nikkor 70-300 mm telephoto. The high-resolution photography here was modified for web posting using Adobe Photoshop 7.0 software.

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