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"Angeles: A Glimpse into the Historic 1932 Olympics and Iconic Landmarks" Step back in time to the thrilling 1932 Olympics held in Los Angeles

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Ice Hockey

Olympics / 1932 / Ice Hockey
Ice hockey: Canada beating USA 2-1 at Lake Placid

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Fencing

Olympics / 1932 / Fencing
Fencing: Piller (Hungary) defeats Gaudini (Italy) in sabres

Background imageAngeles Collection: Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA

Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA. 1930s

Background imageAngeles Collection: Catalina: Now see Santa Catalina, the Scenic Riviera of the

Catalina: Now see Santa Catalina, the Scenic Riviera of the USA.... yet only a short delightful voyage from Los Angeles. Travel poster for tourism to Santa Catalina Island, California

Background imageAngeles Collection: New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA

New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA
The New Pavilion Saltair (built in 1926) and bathers on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The first Saltair, completed in 1893

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Bobsleigh

Olympics / 1932 / Bobsleigh
German two-man bobsleigh team at Lake Placid

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Bobsleigh

Olympics / 1932 / Bobsleigh
Champion American bobsleigh team, nicknamed the Red Devils

Background imageAngeles Collection: Map, Santa Catalina Island, California, USA

Map, Santa Catalina Island, California, USA
Map of Santa Catalina Island, off the coast of California, USA, with inset scenes. 1935

Background imageAngeles Collection: Map, route of Santa Fe Railroad, USA

Map, route of Santa Fe Railroad, USA
Map showing the route of the Santa Fe Railroad, USA, from the Great Lakes in the east, to the Gulf of Mexico in the south, and the Pacific coast in the west

Background imageAngeles Collection: Frank Wykoff at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic stadium

Frank Wykoff at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic stadium
Frank Clifford Wyckoff (1909 1980) was an American athlete and triple gold medal winner in 4x100 m relay at the Olympic Games in 1924, 1928 and 1932

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Hockey

Olympics / 1932 / Hockey
Hockey: India beats USA by 24 to 1

Background imageAngeles Collection: Ouija Board Danger

Ouija Board Danger
The Ouija Board - Doorway to the Occult - by Edmund C Gruss, chairman of the Department of History at Los Angeles Baptist College at Newhall, California

Background imageAngeles Collection: Sikorsky S-55, N414A, of Los Angeles Airways

Sikorsky S-55, N414A, of Los Angeles Airways

Background imageAngeles Collection: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, USA

Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, USA
The Memorial Coliseum (sports stadium), Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, USA. It has hosted the Olympic Games twice, in 1932 and 1984. Date: 20th century

Background imageAngeles Collection: Lightning Strike

Lightning Strike
Jay Wang

Background imageAngeles Collection: G Jefferson fails at pole vault, 1932 Olympics

G Jefferson fails at pole vault, 1932 Olympics
A falling American pole-vaulter grips the cross bar as he makes his descent at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games, failing to make a height of 13 feet 9 inches. Date: 1932

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Decathlon

Olympics / 1932 / Decathlon
Decathlon: Wilson Charles (USA) placed 4th

Background imageAngeles Collection: Douglas DC-3S N1R

Douglas DC-3S N1R (msn 4129) of the BROOKLYN DODGERS (Brooklyn National League Baseball Club), marked with Dodgers World Champions just behind the entry door

Background imageAngeles Collection: Hollenbeck Park, Los Angeles, California, USA

Hollenbeck Park, Los Angeles, California, USA. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageAngeles Collection: The Times Building, Los Angeles, California, USA

The Times Building, Los Angeles, California, USA. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageAngeles Collection: A biplane in Los Angeles

A biplane in Los Angeles
A biplane in a studio photograph showing it flying over Los Angeles

Background imageAngeles Collection: Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City

Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City
The Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The first Saltair, completed in 1893, was jointly owned by a corporation associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day

Background imageAngeles Collection: Actress from the Mack Sennett Comedy Studios

Actress from the Mack Sennett Comedy Studios
A rather lovely actress in a rather skimpy swimsuit from the Mack Sennett Comedy Studios, Los Angeles, USA. She holds a fine striped parasol and stands at the end of a jetty

Background imageAngeles Collection: Olympics / 1932 / Hammer

Olympics / 1932 / Hammer
Hammer: O Callaghan (Eire) wins with a throw of 53.92 metres

Background imageAngeles Collection: Asia, South East Asia, Philippines, Clark, Clark Expo, formerly the Philippine National

Asia, South East Asia, Philippines, Clark, Clark Expo, formerly the Philippine National Centennial Exposition center or Expo Pilipino

Background imageAngeles Collection: Secret passage

Secret passage
Branko Markovic

Background imageAngeles Collection: Endeavour Last Fly

Endeavour Last Fly
Andrew J. Lee

Background imageAngeles Collection: c. 1920s - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers

c. 1920s - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers
Early 20th century vintage press photograph - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers arriving in Los Angeles. Probably Alice Dunbar

Background imageAngeles Collection: North American P-51C-10-NT Mustang N1202 Houstonian

North American P-51C-10-NT Mustang N1202 Houstonian (msn 111-29080, formerly 44-10947), with race number 60. One of three owned by Oil Tycoon Glenn McArthy

Background imageAngeles Collection: Junction of Hollywood and Vine Street, California, USA

Junction of Hollywood and Vine Street, California, USA
Junction of Hollywood and Vine Street, Los Angeles, California, USA, with cars and pedestrians. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageAngeles Collection: Fashion Plate (Fashionable Walking Dresses in Dec. 1807) M.86.266.61

Fashion Plate (Fashionable Walking Dresses in Dec. 1807) M.86.266.61

Background imageAngeles Collection: Coconut palm tree with sky background with boost color processing

Coconut palm tree with sky background with boost color processing

Background imageAngeles Collection: LOS ANGELES, CA, USA - NOVEMBER 7, 2013: Little Tokyo Historic District in the afternoon

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA - NOVEMBER 7, 2013: Little Tokyo Historic District in the afternoon

Background imageAngeles Collection: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 11, 2013: Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 11, 2013: Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California. The landmark sign dates from 1923

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles, California, USA skyline

Los Angeles, California, USA skyline

Background imageAngeles Collection: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 29, 2016: The Hollywood sign overlooking Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 29, 2016: The Hollywood sign overlooking Los Angeles. The iconic sign was originally created in 1923

Background imageAngeles Collection: Tropical beach background with palm trees silhouette at sunset. Vintage effect

Tropical beach background with palm trees silhouette at sunset. Vintage effect

Background imageAngeles Collection: Beach scene. Instagram filter sunbed, clouds and sky

Beach scene. Instagram filter sunbed, clouds and sky Palm trees against sky. Retro style image. travel, summer, vacation and tropical beach background concept

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles, California, USA skyline and highway at dusk

Los Angeles, California, USA skyline and highway at dusk

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles, California, USA downtown skyline at night

Los Angeles, California, USA downtown skyline at night

Background imageAngeles Collection: LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 29, 2016: The Hollywood sign on Mt. Lee

LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 29, 2016: The Hollywood sign on Mt. Lee. The iconic sign was originally created in 1923

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles, California, USA palm trees and buildings

Los Angeles, California, USA palm trees and buildings

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles, California at City Hall

Los Angeles, California at City Hall

Background imageAngeles Collection: Los Angeles City Hall from the air, USA

Los Angeles City Hall from the air, USA

Background imageAngeles Collection: An aerial photograph of City Hall, Los Angeles

An aerial photograph of City Hall, Los Angeles, probably 1930s

Background imageAngeles Collection: Imperial Cotton Mills, Los Angeles, possibly 1920s

Imperial Cotton Mills, Los Angeles, possibly 1920s

Background imageAngeles Collection: The exterior of Nat Goodwin's Cafe, Ocean Park, California

The exterior of Nat Goodwin's Cafe, Ocean Park, California, 1920s Date: 1920s

Background imageAngeles Collection: Bathing Everyday in the year at Ocean Park, Venice Beach

Bathing Everyday in the year at Ocean Park, Venice Beach, California Date: Pre-1920s and 1920s



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"Angeles: A Glimpse into the Historic 1932 Olympics and Iconic Landmarks" Step back in time to the thrilling 1932 Olympics held in Los Angeles, where ice hockey took center stage. The city was abuzz with excitement as athletes from around the world showcased their skills on the icy rink. Fencing also captivated spectators, displaying grace and precision that left audiences in awe. Amidst all the Olympic fervor, another attraction beckoned visitors - the New Pavilion Saltair and bathers at Salt Lake City. This picturesque spot offered a respite from the games, allowing people to soak up some sun while enjoying breathtaking views of nature's splendor. The adrenaline rush continued with bobsleigh races that had hearts pounding. Teams raced down treacherous tracks, pushing boundaries for glory and gold medals. The sheer speed and skill exhibited by these athletes left spectators breathless. Santa Catalina Island emerged as a prominent destination on maps during this time. Its allure drew tourists seeking an escape to paradise amidst California's coastal beauty. Meanwhile, Santa Fe Railroad provided a convenient route for travelers exploring America's vast landscapes. Intriguingly, Frank Wykoff made his mark at the iconic Los Angeles Olympic stadium during these games. His athletic prowess shone brightly as he sprinted towards victory, etching his name into sporting history forever. Beyond sports events, Hollywood Bowl illuminated nights with its enchanting ambiance; it became synonymous with entertainment excellence in Los Angeles. Celebrities graced its stage while music filled every corner of this magical venue. However, not everything was sunshine and joy during those times – cautionary tales warned against Ouija Board Danger lurking beneath innocent-looking board games that could potentially unleash supernatural forces upon unsuspecting players. Transportation also played a significant role in shaping Angeles' identity; Sikorsky S-55 helicopters operated by Los Angeles Airways revolutionized air travel, connecting people to new horizons with speed and comfort.