Photograph of Googie architecture, Ship's Coffee Shop (Westwood, Calif.), circa 1963

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Photograph of Googie architecture, Ship's Coffee Shop (Westwood, Calif.), circa 1963
Martin Stern Jr. is credited as a pioneer of Googie style architecture; his first of that style was Ship's Coffee Shop. Three Ship's Coffee Shops operated in the Los Angeles area from 1956 until the 1990s.
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1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965
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Mr. Ship's2013-01-23 @ 11:56 AM
Information is WRONG. That is the Ship's Westwood Coffee Shop side. NOT CULVER CITY.

UNLV Library Staff2013-01-23 @ 01:09 PM
Thank you, Mr. Ship's! The University Libraries strive to improve our collections and we appreciate your contribution to the accuracy of our records. Thank you for your feedback!
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