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Reverse of "Natural color" postcard of a view of the California Pacific International Exposition of 1935. Though the postcard is from 1935, the postmark stamp is from 1951. It mentions several films from late 1950 and early 1951.
Intriguing Pathways, America's Exposition, 1935, back
3.5 inches x 5.5 inches
Our little theatres seem to be doing them-selves proud just now. Coronet has in prospect "Grounds For Marriage" and "Two Weeks With Love". El R. is running "All About Eve" & "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain." All (I think) good comedy. Makes me wish I hadn't seen 'em (all except the last named.) L. M. D. (Thursday) I got in just ahead of the rain to-day. Miss Eva Brown 624 N. Olive Ave Alhambra, Calif.
ExpositionsParksTreesGrounds for Marriage -- filmTwo Weeks with Love -- filmAll About Eve -- filmI'd Climb the Highest Mountain -- film
Balboa Park (San Diego)Alhambra (California)
North America -- United States -- California -- San Diego -- Balboa Park
California Pacific International Exposition
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