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Graphic content logo with 1920s flapper
Nicholas Beyelia, May 23, 2023

This is the final part of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine The Graphic.


Graphic content logo with 1920s flapper
Nicholas Beyelia, May 16, 2023

This is part six of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine, The Graphic.


Graphic content logo with 1920s flapper
Nicholas Beyelia, May 09, 2023

This is part five of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine, The Graphic.


1930s advertisment of a women in a yellow and black coat
Nicholas Beyelia, May 02, 2023

This is part four of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine The Graphic.


wood cut of a man writing in a book with a quill and pen
Nicholas Beyelia, April 25, 2023

This is part three of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine The Graphic.


Los Angeles arts & culture magazine, The Graphic
Nicholas Beyelia, April 18, 2023

This is part two of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine The Graphic.


Graphic Content: the life and death of the Los Angeles Graphic 1892-1918
Nicholas Beyelia, April 11, 2023

This is part one of a seven-part blog series exploring the long-forgotten Los Angeles arts & culture magazine, The Graphic.


Florence and Dexter at home
Kelly Wallace, May 15, 2020

History is more than government documents, statistical reports, and newspaper headlines. History isn’t just the chyrons running across the bottom of your television screen. It is the stories of everyday people.


Cover insert with a drawing of fishing boats by Burroughs student, Keith Robinson
Nicholas Beyelia, January 10, 2019

It's a rare instance when a junior high school yearbook has implications on the social history of a city so when you see it, it’s pretty amazing; the winter 1937 edition of the John Burroughs Junior High School yearbook, Burr, is one such anomaly.


Photographer Rolland J. Curtis and his mother, Mathilda Curtis. They are standing near a Delta Airlines plane, and she is wearing a corsage.
Photo Friends, May 24, 2018

Born in Louisiana in 1922, Rolland J. Curtis came to Los Angeles with his wife in 1946 after serving in the Marines during WWII.


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