Rainbow Pier, Long Beach, July 25, 1936


A Saturday at the beach in Long Beach with a view of Rainbow Pier, the Municipal Auditorium, and The Pike amusement area

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Rainbow Pier, Long Beach, July 25, 1936

Actually a horseshoe-shaped breakwater with a roadway on its crest, Rainbow Pier was built to protect the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium, built in the 1920s, from storms and coastal erosion. This image also shows the amusement area of The Pike, including the amusement pier with roller coasters, rides, and other games and novelties. Filling of the water area in Rainbow Pier started in the 1940s and continued into the 1960s.

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