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Offers a guide to the locations of significant popular culture events, including the crash of the Hindenburg, the 'Saturday Night Fever' disco, the first MacDonald's location, and the 'American Bandstand' studio.

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9781891661310 | Santa Monica Pr Llc, May 1, 2003, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Offers a guide to the locations of significant popular culture events, including the crash of the Hindenburg, the 'Saturday Night Fever' disco, the first MacDonald's location, and the 'American Bandstand' studio.

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Product Description: Opened to the public in June of 1923, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum can arguably be called America's Most Historic Sports Stadium. In 1984 the Memorial Coliseum was declared a State and Federal Historic Landmark for its contributions to both the State of California and the United States...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780738520650 | Arcadia Pub, July 1, 2002, cover price $21.99 | About this edition: Opened to the public in June of 1923, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum can arguably be called America's Most Historic Sports Stadium.

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Product Description: Incorporated in 1909, Huntington Beach remained a sleepy seaside town until the city's legendary oil boom in the 1920s. Wells sprang up overnight, and in less than a month, the city's population more than doubled. As the area developed culturally through the decades, the once tiny farming community increased its size with 25 miles of annexations to become one of Southern California's major tourist destinations...read more

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9780738518787 | Reprint edition (Arcadia Pub, June 1, 2001), cover price $21.99 | About this edition: Incorporated in 1909, Huntington Beach remained a sleepy seaside town until the city's legendary oil boom in the 1920s.

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