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What California Used To Look Like In The '60s

1960s | December 12, 2016

1. The first BART car unveiled on June 27, 1965 in San Francisco.
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2. The Newport Beach Dory Fleet in the early 1960s when the fishing boats pulled right up onto the beach.
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3. A group of Brown Berets poses on a porch in South Central Los Angeles in 1968.
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4. Downtown San Diego 1961.
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5. A San Francisco cable car passes through Powell and Sutter street intersection in San Francisco in the early 1960s.
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6. The Capitol Records building standing at Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood.
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7. The famous Mad Tea Party ride at Disneyland.
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8. Surfers pose with their long boards on Redondo Beach in the 60’s.
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9. A 1960’s postcard featuring the Ramon Trailer Park.
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10. Police and the National Guard patrolled South Central Los Angeles during the 1965 riots.
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11. Market Street in San Francisco.
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12. Redwoods being prepared to travel downriver in Humboldt County.
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13. A track housing development in Daly City, an expanding residential area just south of San Francisco.
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14. The Sacramento Airport back in the 60’s.
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15. During the 1965 race riots in South Central Los Angeles.
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16. Leroy Grannis documented the surf culture in the 1960’s. This was a typical beach day back in the 60’s.
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17. The main drag of Yuba city near the California-Arizona border.
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H/T Matterdome

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