1920  (1919) (1921) (1910-1920) (1920-1930) (Table of Contents)


Carolyn Elayne Alexander Images of America: Venice, Arcadia: San Francisco, CA 2004 (1999), 128 pp., 1920   See Text

Harry Carr Los Angeles City of Dreams (Illustrated by E.H. Suydam), D. Appleton-Century Co.: NY, 1935, 402 pp., 1920 See Text

Ingersoll's Century History Santa Monica Bay Cities (Being Book Number Two of Ingersoll's Century Series of California Local History Annals), 1908, 1908a, 1920 See Text

[p. 327] Chapter XI Venice of America and Its Founder, Abbot Kinney See Image

James W. Lunsford The Ocean and the Sunset, The Hills and the Clouds: Looking at Santa Monica, illustrated by Alice N. Lunsford, 1983, 1973, 1948, 1920, 1907, 1893, [late] 1800s   See Text

McKinley School Kindergarten, including Karl Rydgren, 1920 Photographer unknown. Photograph from the collection of Alyssa Navopanich, See Image

Tom Moran and Tom Sewell Fantasy by the Sea Peace Press: Culver City, CA, 1980 (1979) (Originally published by Beyond Baroque Foundation with a grant from the Visual Arts Program of the National Endowment for the Arts), 1920, 1900s, See Text

Cecilia Rasmussen L.A. Then and Now: In 'Whites Only' Era, an Oasis for L.A.'s Blacks Los Angeles Times, 3 July 2005 B2, 1920  See Text

Ted Shawn Studio Opening Program, 1920See Images and Text

1920 Program 1 Shawn Studio Opening Program

1920 Program 2 Shawn Studo Opening Program

Ted Shawn Ruth St. Denis Pioneer & Prophet Prospectus San Franciso: John Howell, Pub., John Henry Nash, Printer, List of Subscribers; several plates, 450 limited edition, 1920. 17 scanned pages including photos and art  See Images and Text

Les Storrs Santa Monica Portrait of a City Yesterday and Today, Santa Monica Bank: Santa Monica, CA, 1974, 67 pp., 1920, See Text

Betty Lou Young and Randy Young Santa Monica Canyon: A Walk Through History Casa Vieja Press: Pacific Palisades, CA, 1997, 182 pp., 1920 See Text

Discussion and Notes

The Volstead Act, Prohibition, went into effect January 16, 1920.

Pp. 44, 45 [Photo captions: "Nat Goodwin owned the cafe at the foot of Hollister Avenue. It was built on a short structure known as the Crystal Pier. The photo dates to about 1920."] Storrs, 1974


 Kelyn Roberts 2017