George W. Dickinson holding golf club at the Los Angeles Country Club, Los Angeles, 1935
- George W. Dickinson holding golf club at the Los Angeles Country Club, Los Angeles, 1935
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This photograph appear (cropped) with the article, "Realty Man Celebrates: George W. Dickinson Marks Eightieth Milestone With Golf Game." Los Angeles Times, 21 Aug. 1935: A1.
View of George W. Dickinson standing outdoors in hat, glasses, collared shirt, belt, pants, holding golf club underneath left arm, and holding paper and pen in hands. George Dickinson was a pioneer real estate operator in Los Angeles who was responsible for subdividing the Rampart Boulevard district, Moreno Highlands, and tracts in the Silver Lake district. He was also an avid golfer who frequently played at the Los Angeles Country Club where he decided to celebrate his 80th birthday by playing a game of golf. He died the following year due to a heart attack.
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