On Bunker Hill and Esotouric, in association with the George Mann Archives, are delighted to offer archival-quality photographic prints of George Mann’s vintage photographs of Los Angeles’ Bunker Hill shot in the late 1950s and early 1960s. These photographs are printed from the original negatives.
If interested in purchasing any of the single images below, you may simply click on it and purchase online. To pay by check, or to get a discount when buying a set of four, or a full 29-image portfolio, please email us for further information. For US buyers, the postpaid cost for one photograph is $40, four photos of your choice are $125, and the full portfolio costs $825.
To learn more about each of these historic images, and see them slightly larger, explore past On Bunker Hill blog posts about George Mann — we suggest you start here.
|Foss/Heindel House, Bunker Hill Ave.||221 South Olive Street||Angels Flight Pavilion|
|Up the Angels Flight tracks||Angels Flight archway||The Melrose and the Richelieu|
|The New Grand Hotel & The Lovejoy||La Casa de Don Leon||201 S. Bunker Hill Ave. #1|
|Cars on Bunker Hill Avenue||S. Bunker Hill Ave. at 4th St.||201 S. Bunker Hill Ave. #2|
|The Castle||The Melrose||Angels Flight Steps|
|Lima Apartments #1||Lima Apartments #2||City Hall from 2nd Street, Bunker Hill|
|246 S. Bunker Hill Ave – Rose’s cat #1||246 S. Bunker Hill Ave – Rose’s cat #2||Behind Bunker Hill|
|Sentous Block near Chinatown||The Astoria, Olive Street near Third||Sawyer Apartments|
|Victor Segno’s American Institute of Mentalism|