Just as Jewish writers like Allen Ginsberg took risks in developing a new creative movement, Jews in Los Angeles started out in high risk businesses which, by the1950's, had become among the most important in California. New York garment workers become recyclers of rags in Los of Angeles and, eventually, the backbone of the garment industry. Also high risk in the 20's was the fledgling film industry built by Jewish studio owners into highly successful enterprises. Finally a huge image of Albert Einstein holding a diagram of an atom reveals his concern that atomic power be used for peaceful purposes but not war.
This is a Giclee print of an original drawings for the Great wall of LA.