Today's "Anything Goes Saturday" takes us back to the L.A. County Fair, circa 1939!
I love this photo with the art deco façade of this exhibit building, looking so very 1930's.
You'd think that a building housing "Industrial Exhibits" would be modern, but somehow they went with this structure that would look at home in California in 1860. Any idea what that flag represents?
And here's another mission-style building; I like to imagine how this place looked when it was bustling with fair goers, eating taffy apples and giant dill pickles and cotton candy, while judging homemade preserves, cattle, or quilts, and enjoying typical carnival rides.
I hope you've enjoyed this trip back to 1939!