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The Brown Derby at 1628 North Vine Street in Hollywood was the second Brown Derby to open, but due to its proximity to the major movie studios, quickly became the most famous—the place to see and be seen. It launched on Valentine’s Day 1929 and was open 24 hours a day. Legend has it that the Cobb Salad was invented there in the 1930s, named after Robert Howard Cobb, one of its owners.
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13”x19". Giclée print on 130lb fine art paper. Unframed.
130Lb Sunset Velvet Rag Fine Art Paper
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