Westwood is a district in western Los Angeles, California and is best known as the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Westwood was carved from the old Wolfskill Farm, a 3,000 acre tract that was purchased in 1919 by wealthy retailer Arthur Letts.
1941 - Heading north on Westwood Blvd approaching Wilshire Blvd in Westwood Village. Ralphs Grocery store in the distance on the right hand side.
Today from Google Maps. Best shot I could get to see the old Ralphs grocery store building.
1941 - Westwood Village Ralph's Supermarket on the corner of Linbrook Drive and Westwood Blvd.
Today from Google Maps. The old Ralphs grocery story building, I believe this is now a coffee and tea cafe.
1941 - Bank of America on the corner of Kinross Ave and Westwood Blvd.
Today from Google Maps. No more Bank of America neon sign tower on the building.
LINK: 20th Century Nostalgia from vieilles_annonces on Flickr.