Semaphore traffic light at Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street, Hollywood, 1942

Semaphore traffic light at Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street, Hollywood, 1942Well now, this photo pretty much says it all: a STOP/GO semaphore traffic signal at the corner of Sunset and Vine in the heart of Hollywood, with what looks like a half-chewed stop sign at the bottom, and a glimpse of Wallichs Music City in the background, taken in 1942, the year that Greer Garson captured our hearts in “Mrs. Miniver.”

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One Response to Semaphore traffic light at Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street, Hollywood, 1942

  1. Louella Rehfield says:

    Love this – and love you! Lou&Marlon