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The Los Angeles Times is blending the old with the new with a new Instagram account featuring images from its library of archival photos. The paper reported that the @Slatimesarchives account will showcase photos from the West and from around the world.

"An estimated 4 million L.A. Times images dating from around 1918 to 1990 are stored at the UCLA Special Collections Library, which will be used to populate the account, along with tens of thousands of our own digitized photos, many not published or seen by the public for decades," wrote Adriana Lacy, audience engagement editor.

These images include the opening of Dodger Stadium, the aftermath of the Watts riots, Disneyland, and photos of celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn. It will also showcase the work of Times...

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