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Hotel Near La Convention Center

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  • Judson F. Williams Convention Center, known simply as Williams Convention Center, is located in El Paso, Texas, adjacent to Abraham Chavez Theatre. It was expanded in 2002 and now features of columnless exhibit space (divided into three halls) with seating for up to 8,000 people.
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1976 view of US 66-54 west of Tucumcari, New Mexico
1976 view of US 66-54 west of Tucumcari, New Mexico
A re-creation of a 1976 highway scene along a four-lane section US 66 and 54 just west of Tucumcari, NM between the present west interchange with I-40 and the 66-54 split near the present-day Tucumcari Convention Center. Billboards similar to what was found along 66 during the mid-1970s were re-created, along with a vintage NMDOT directional sign for the 66-54 split just ahead. This was the typical white background with black lettering used by most states on non-interstate highways until the late 1970s/early 80s when they switched to the current green-and-white signage. Tucumcari's I-40 bypass was still in the planning stage during this period and was not completed and open to traffic until 1981, so traffic continued to be routed through the city over U.S. 66, locally known as Tucumcari Boulevard. To the east, traffic still followed two-lane US 66 from Tucumcari east to San Jon. During 1976, the section of I-40 alongside the 1952 Route 66 alignment from east of San Jon to the Texas border at Glenrio opened to traffic. TXDOT opened its connecting one-mile section of I-40 that bypassed Glenrio on the border to also connect the completed section of I-40 east to Amarillo.
Figueroa Street, Downtown Los Angeles, 1977
Figueroa Street, Downtown Los Angeles, 1977
As you headed down Figueroa near Olympic Blvd in these times, there was no Staples Center, no LA Live, nothing resembling what some call a "Times Square West." They didn't even call the neighborhood "South Park" back then. The original 1971 segment of the LA Convention Center, just out of the picture, was the only thing resembling new development in the immediate area. Here you see a South Figuroa which represented a transition between the very old and the modern 1970s, as evidenced by what were then new office towers, seen to the north. The Figueroa Hotel has in recent times enjoyed a vogue, and is always graced by striking "Tall Wall" advertising murals on its southern face. We needn't have worried about the mustard-colored Chevy Vega tailgating us--the driver was probably flooring it just to make it to the 11th Street stoplight. And 11th St west of Fig is now "Chick Hearn Court," named for the late and beloved LA Lakers broadcaster.

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