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Luncheon outside at the Golden Bear Café in 1935, same site today. The Golden Bear on Pacific Coast Highway began as an elegant restaurant patronized by many Hollywood stars in the 1930’s. In the 1935 shot, you see a Chamber of Commerce luncheon in front of the Golden Bear. The arch can be seen, as well as the train depot to the far left and an oil derrick peeking in at the upper right. Today, the golden Bear is gone, as is the arch, train depot and the oil derrick.


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