Potter's Store, aka "The Skyscraper," hit by a mudslide (1/4)

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Potter's Store, aka "The Skyscraper," hit by a mudslide (1/4)


Potter's Store at Topanga Beach was nicknamed "The Skyscraper." After it was damaged by floods, Charles Potter rebuilt it, then moved it across the street, and renamed it Potter's Topanga Trading Post. On the second floor was the office of the Title Insurance and Trust Company.




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Topanga Journal, 1949-07-22, 1960-11-17
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