Much as they do today, businesses, banks, theaters and restaurants lined Tejon Street a century ago. Looking north in 1908, a visitor would have seen the steel frame of the new Exchange National Bank rising on the corner of Pikes Peak and Tejon, flanked by the Crystal Theater, The Hub, the land office of J.H. […]
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