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All 2014 in California

  • 1943 in Disneyland, California, US

    1943 is the number of the year that Disney got taken over by the US government and made propaganda films for the army for World War II. Two famous films were produced during this year with Donald Duck as Hitler. Disneyland’s ‘secret police’ tried to prevent the performance due to Read more [...]

  • I in Presidio of Monterey, California, US

    ‘Army Of One’ is a former slogan of the US Army. This photo was taken at the Presidio of Monterey Army base in California. The site is strictly off-limits to the public and was taken with the help of an enlisted military member who has chosen to remain unnamed.

  • Sun in Lake Tahoe, California, US

    Completely unreachable by car, Emerald Bay, tucked between the Sierra Nevada mountains in Lake Tahoe is one of the most photographed locations in the world. Out on his boat, the performer and captain chose to use the word sun on this sunny day at the lake.

  • Vegan in Sacramento, US

    Plum Cafe, housed in an old Victorian Era home in the heart of midtown, is a staple in the Sacramento community. The employees of the local bakery chose the word vegan because the bakery and restaurant has a fully vegan menu.

  • I/U in Los Angeles, US

    I This actress and American Apparel model from California chose the word I to say models and actresses are often seen as very egocentric. U Victor Vidal, a hair stylist and 2nd generation Mexican-America, chose the word U to say Hispanics in California often dedicate their lives to serve others.

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