Everyone daydreams about living in another age, when things were simpler, or more romantic, or more exciting, or almost anything at all. For some it's Paris in the twenties, and drinking with Hemingway, while others go to those medieval festivals to sip mead, and others reenact Civil War battles. And some women read those romance novels, the bodice-rippers as they call them, and there its always the late nineteenth-century in the misty English countryside. And we have a Dickens festival each year out here in Riverside out at the edge of the Mojave Desert, where, most of the time, a lot of folks pretend they're cowboys, waiting for Wyatt Earp to drop by. And some people want to live in the fifties, where Happy Days last forever. But there was Hollywood in the twenties, the last decade of silent film Rudolf Valentino and Clara Bow the other legendary stars the center of everything, before the Crash and a decade of misery. And some days you just want to visit with your old friends from those amazing days, and out here you can. This is the Security Pacific Bank Building, 6383 Hollywood Boulevard, also known as the Cahuenga Building 1921, John and Donald B. Parkinson.