This photo was captioned “At the 1936 opening of the Roosevelt Highway (later renamed Pacific Coast Highway)” which I’m not sure is right. The stretch of Highway 1 that was dubbed Roosevelt Highway was dedicated in 1929. Those girls are standing at the top of the California Incline, which was built in 1930. So I’m not sure what was happening in 1936, but apparently it was enough to warrant someone building a two-foot lock and key and get three pretty girls to pose with it. Also, that day was probably the last one that the California Incline saw only one vehicle on it!