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From the Gold Rush to tales of trekking in the Sierra, Tuolumne County is filled with a rich history. While much of the history is accurately recorded, there are still mysteries around every corner and new stories waiting to be uncovered. However, it is no mystery that Tuolumne County is the place to be for outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, and even those looking into the supernatural. Explore with new eyes and discover the mysteries Tuolumne County has to offer.
I couldn’t find out where the Cream Can was located other than it was somewhere in Los Angeles. This photo was taken in 1928, when L.A. was still fairly sparsely populated, so it’s fairly likely that this miraculous building really stood out. From what I can see, it served all things dairy: ice cream, buttermilk, cottage cheese, milkshakes. I have another photo that shows a sign that it also sold orange juice and root beer.
California’s forgotten roadside architecture makes for a wild West Coast drive | ‘Monstrosities’: a word long-associated with the architectural anomalies littered along California highways. A new book published by Taschen – California Crazy: American Pop Architecture – seeks to convince us otherwise #book #california