Monday, April 8, 2013

Biltmore Hotel - Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles Biltmore - Los Angeles, California

Published by California Postcard Co., Los Angeles, California
Number: 26070N

Pershing Square Showing the Los Angeles Biltmore - Los Angeles, California

Pershing Square is located in the heart of the downtown shopping district, close to theatres, cafe and leading hotels. It affords a delightful resting place for countless visitors and Southern Californians.
Beneath this park is located the world's largest underground garage - three floor levels accommodating over 2,200 cars.

Western Publishing & Novelty Co.
C.T. Art-Colortone by Curt Teich
LA-101
2C-H1300

Biltmore Hotel - Los Angeles, California

Mailed from Los Angeles, California to Miss Louis Kocher of Dayton, Ohio on July 25, 1938:

Dear Miss Kocher,
They have guidance out here after your own heart. But they sure do believe in grouping by tests. We are having a lovely time. Weather is perfect and friends are grand - only I'm too fat.
Margaret Hemovar

Los Angeles Biltmore - Los Angeles, California

Western Publishing & Novelty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.
A C.T. Art-Colortone by Curt Teich Card
Number: 6A-H19

Biltmore Hotel - Los Angeles, California

"THE HOST OF THE COAST"
Los Angeles, California

Largest hotel in western America. 1500 rooms, six restaurants, including the Biltmore Bowl famous supper club. Situated between two tropical garden parks. It is the social and business center of the southland.

Mailed from Los Angeles 14, California to The Beylers of South Bend 16, Indiana on May 16, 1946:

The 8 1/2 hr flight from Chgo to L.A. is the way to travel. Very cold here today. Fur coat a necessity. Regards, "Little Lulu"

Biltmore Hotel - Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles 13, California
The largest hotel in western America. 1500 Rooms. Situated between two tropical parks in heart of business district. Home of the Biltmore Bowl, world-famous Supper Club.
Underneath the lawn is foreground is Pershing square garage with capacity for 2000 cars.

Mailed from Los Angeles 20, California to Miss Rose Weinmann of National Standard Co. of Niles, Michigan on April 3, 1957:

Wed. A.M.
Dear Rosie,
All calls finished except Larry Cornelius this noon. This a big city - seems like every call I made required 10-20 miles of driving - Never know where I am. Take sleeper to Phoenix to-night. Best Wishes, Alfred

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