Possibly related to the article “Irvine Company Asks Permit for Dredging.” Los Angeles Times, 19 Oct. 1931. The article states: The Irvine Company ... has filed an application ... to fill in a large portion of tidelands ... This will provide anchorage for many more yachts near Bay Shore Camp and will open a larger channel to Upper Newport Bay.
Possibly related to the article, "Utility Invests Millions in Future of Southland: Pacific Electric Progress Program to Care for Increased Growth Amounts to $10,500,000," Los Angeles Times, 11 Jan. 1925: pg. E4.
Bird's-eye view of alley and rear entrances of commercial buildings, with State Street running through center, possibly following rebuilding after 1925 earthquake, with mountains under cloudy sky in background. Business signs read: Don [Bon?] Ton Market, Dollar Sale, Cafeteria, City Cafe Chop Suey, Rose [Theatre], Michel A. Levy Shoes Hosiery, 917 State St. Women's Wear Millinery, Osborne's Book Store. In alley in foreground: sheds, debris, about 6 parked cars, woman in dark dress and light apron
Bird's-eye view of commercial buildings and houses, possibly following rebuilding after 1925 earthquake, with Carrillo Street and about 15 parked cars in foreground, State Street at right, mountains in background. Business signs read: Geo. Keene, Cabinet Maker, Complete Automobile Lubrication, Mission Electric Co., Pacific Coast Publishing Company, Better Than Ever, RCA Radiola, Cafe Gold Fish, Millinery, Hemstitching