Santa Monica Pleasure Pier, Looking South, 1917 and Today

Santa Monica Pleasure Pier, Looking South, 1917 and Today

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Santa Monica Pier, Looking South:
This a montage of a rare photo shot around 1916 from the roof of the North Bath House looking down at the Santa Monica Pleasure Pier. This epic image is looking southwest as today’s Pier is delicately and precisely faded in.

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From the Stephen Raul Anaya Collection, comes a rare and mostly unseen look at the Santa Monica Pleasure Pier and its surroundings from 1917. Images were pulled from a rare ‘Prospectus Book’, created by its then owner, Mr. Looff (master carver, crafted more than 40 carousels during his lifetime, including the first first carousel in 1876) hoping to sell shares in his Santa Monica “Pleasure Pier.

This image is from a study of Charles I. D. Looff’s 1917 prospectus book of his Santa Monica Pleasure Pier. When Jens Lucking and Michael Murphy seek these images that were photographed over 100 years ago the process becomes a means of connecting the viewer with a continuity of time and place, emancipating the viewer from a moment, unified in the journey of community all time past.