The Los Angeles Graphic was a weekly newspaper that chronicled politics, society, drama, music, art, literature, and amateur sports within and around Los Angeles at the turn of the 20th century. Simple layouts with single color printed covers from March 11, 1905 evolved into complex multicolored prints with photographic spreads through the coming decade. Issued tri-monthly starting in August 1917.
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