Have you ever wondered about the strange double wide street with a park as part of it on the south west part of Burbank?
e all told time the same way by the sound of the Jergens Plant break and main steam whistles
The school was a beautiful campus at the edge of Burbank on Glenoaks. Thousands of girls over the schools long run went from grade school through high school
You always knew when you has made it back home to Burbank
This landmark was located on the corner of Alameda and Victory but is gone today and lives on in re-runs of Happy Days
The club was a golf course and retreat up Country Club Drive at the top of Olive Ave. and in the early 1920’s, the club was the place to be in Burbank.
Behind the main building of The Olive Recreation Center stands a small building that once had some of the best local theater performances in the area. Many actors got a start there, or performed there to the delight of the audiences to see such Hollywood talent up close
Located on San Fernando Rd. between Bethany and Cornell Dr. it was one of the most stylish movie houses in Burbank
Located on the triangular corner where Winona & Naomi meet San Fernando Road
While it is true that Amelia Earhart was not a Burbanker she spent a lot of time here at Lockheed and the Burbank Airport, then called “United Airport”