Miracle Mile Historical Photo Collection

Dyas-Carleton Cafe, circa 1925

The Dyas-Carleton Café, circa 1925. The restaurant featured a large dining room accommodating 250 patrons and an adjoining coffee shop with booths and a U-shaped counter. It was designed by the architect team of George Elmore Gable and C. Stanley Wyant, who were well known for their work in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. In 1929 they designed Hanger No. 1, the first structure built at Mines Field airport – now known as LAX.

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