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Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is slightly double exposed on the House of the Future. Its medieval meets mid-century! Medievalism and modernism have never been so close. For a mere, but marvelous ten years, between 1957 and 1967, Disneyland’s legendary all-plastic House of the Future was just outside of Tomorrowland, perched on a pedestal, steps from the castle. They both represent fairy tales – one speaks of the future and the other of the past.

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White Front department store

White Front started in Watts in 1955. Mr. Blackman was the owner. He drove a white Cadillac. The name refers to the white fronts of refrigerators he sold. He didn’t offer the decorator colors of the day as other dealers did...

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Seattle's Space Needle

If the Space Needle isn't the spaciest space age structure on Earth, I don't know what is!

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Backyard Kings

It's a rare pair of gents who sit side by side in matching mod patio chairs while sporting matching Hawaiian shirts AND smart party crowns!

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'59 Buick at Hojo

The blue of winter chills this snow-stormed parking lot scene of fun-font signage, rocket ship wannabe rides and their tire tracks that make abstract art on the asphalt.

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