Mission Village Auto Court (Los Angeles)
The Los Angeles Mission Village Auto Court opened in 1926 and closed in 1962.
Robert E. Callahan, a silent film actor and author, built it in the Spanish Revival style
which was popular in the 1920's.
Mission Village was torn down in 1962 to make way for a freeway.
Daughter of Ramona, Lone Indian, Heart of an Indian, The Glory Hole, The Singing Bandit,
Santa Fe Trail, and Desert Outpost.
He wrote the film "Daughter of the West" in 1949.
1. Mission Village Auto Court, Los Angeles, California, Good Luck Coin
Bronze, 29mm, 9.02gm
Spanish Mission arch
5675 W. WASHINGTON
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
Star and horseshoe
5675 WEST WASHINGTON
GOOD LUCK CHARM
BE KIND BE FRIENDLY BE CHEERFUL AND THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK
2. Mission Village Auto Court Color Postcard Front
Cardboard, 5-1/2 x 3-1/2 inches (14.0 x 8.9cm)
MISSION VILLAGE / 5675 W. Washington / LOS ANGELES
Fine Beds, Tile Showers, Electric Refrigeration, Sunny, Cozy and Quiet, Friendly and restful.
Easy access down town Los Angeles, Beaches, Hollywood and Studios.
Phone WHitney 2652
Open Day and Night
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3
Fiesta Hall, Billards, Ping-Pong, Badminton.
Near Market, Cafe, Club, Church and School.
150 TRAILER Spaces.
Phone YOrk 9162
Author of the novels Daughter of Ramona, Lone Indian, Heart of an Indian,
The Glory Hole, The Singing Bandit, Santa Fe Trail, and Desert Outpost.
3. Mission Village Auto Court Color Postcard Back
"In the Heart of Los Angeles"
See our Pent Houses ... Morado ... Pueblo ... Hang-Town Museum ...
Trapper's Hut ... Kiva ... Indian Relics .. Spirit Room
Also Desert Outpost, Beaumont, California
Natural Color Post Card
Made in U.S.A. by E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis. (Day)