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Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin in buggy hitched to a dark horse. Baldwin is figure on left. Seated next to him is W. McClelland who was Baldwin's horse trainer at this time. Standing beside buggy is an unidentified young man. Other mounted horsemen, black as well as white, are shown on track. This was taken at Baldwin's training track which was adjacent to present Michillinda near Colorado Boulevard. Etched on photo is: "E.J. Baldwin and J. McClelland on the track - Santa Anieta." (Anieta is misspelled and should be Anita.)

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Date
March 4, 1887

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Date
March 4, 1887
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"
McClelland, W.
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Horses and horse racing
Physical Description
8x10 b&w original hard board professional photograph, also 2 prints
ID
110
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin in carriage on his original track which was adjacent to Michillinda and near Colorado Blvd. With him is W. McClelland, Baldwin's horse trainer at this time. There are 16 other people in photo; some are mounted on horses, some standing. Etched on the photo is "On the track - Lucky Baldwins Place. S.G.V.R.R."

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Date
March 4, 1887

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Date
March 4, 1887
Subjects
McClelland, W.
San Gabriel Mountains
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Horses and horse racing
Physical Description
8x10 b&w hardboard professional photo, also 2 prints
ID
111
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Rowing on the lake in a boat named CLARA are Clara Baldwin Stocker (second from right), Lucky Baldwin's elder daughter; Clara's fourth husband, Harold Stocker (rowing); and several friends. A copy of this photo appears in the March 2, 1909 Los Angeles Daily Times pt.II p.8 with the following identification: FAMILY GROUP ON THE LAKE AT SANTA ANITA. Left to right, in boat - Mr. Mathews, Mrs. F.D. Black, Mr. Stocker ("Lucky's son-in-law), Mrs. H.C. Wyatt, in white; Mrs. Stocker (Lucky's daughter) and Mrs. Scott. There are seven people seated in the boat, but only six names are identified in the newspaper article. Article is in Arcadia History file Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky", number 58 ("His greatest race run, 'Lucky' loses.)

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Date
1894

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Date
1894
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Stocker, Harold
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Mathews, Mr.
Black, Mrs. F.D.
Wyatt, Mrs. H.C.
Scott, Mrs.
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1162
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Girl Scout Amy Nunn, 15, is the youngest recipient of the Gold Award, the highest achievement of the Sierra Madre Girl Scout Council. She collected almost $6000 at a canned food drive at Santa Anita Church for the Arcadia Welfare and Thrift Shop.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 9, 1898
Pages
p. B-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 9, 1898
Pages
p. B-1
Subjects
Nunn, Amy
Item ID
2025AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Volume I no. 1 issue of first Arcadia newspaper, THE ARCADIA BULLETIN. Paper included an article on the opening of Clara Villa which opened May 3, 1904. The paper has photos of five members of the Board of Trustees (now City Council) and also one of Arcadia's first City Marshall, Elmer Anderson and his brother, Charles Anderson, City Treasurer.

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Date
May 7, 1904

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Date
May 7, 1904
Subjects
Newspapers-Arcadia Bulletin
Anderson, Elmer
Anderson, Charles
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1084
Collection
Photographs
Images
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E.J."Lucky" Baldwin pictured in light buggy pulled by two horses. Baldwin is talking to a man who is shown with hand on his hip. Caption reads: "Lucky" Baldwin driving over his estate.

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Date
1906

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Date
1906
Subjects
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Baldwin Ranch
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"
Physical Description
7x10 b&w
ID
908
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Lovely lane lined on both sides with tall Lombardy Poplars. Man in light buggy is seen driving on the lane, away from camera. From the magazine Outing. According to Sandy Snider from the Arboretum, this lane was to the east of Old Ranch Road in early days of Ranch under Baldwin ownership.

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Date
1906

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Date
1906
Subjects
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Baldwin Ranch
Physical Description
7x10 b&w
ID
913
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Copy of pages for part of first and second races from racing program for Santa Anita Park, April 13, 1909. Left hand page includes an ad for the Southern Pacific Railway.

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Date
1909

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Date
1909
Subjects
Santa Anita Park-1907-1912
Railroads-Southern Pacific
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1168
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Copy of 1 1/2 pages from the racing program for Santa Anita Park, April 13, 1909. Right hand page is an ad for Pacific Electric.

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Date
1909

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Date
1909
Subjects
Santa Anita Park-1907-1912
Railroads-Pacific Electric Railway
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1169
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Elks barbecue (or Mason's) held at "Y" at Colorado Place and Huntington Drive. Man in middle is Leo Charles Bertolina. Donor wrote on back of original:"Note Baldwin caretaker in right background." (We do not see him.) Large roasting pits covered to keep heat in, are seen in the foreground.

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Date
1910

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Date
1910
Subjects
Bertolina, Leo
Physical Description
3x5 b&w, 5x7 enlargement b&w
ID
384
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Photo of Louis Paulhan flying his Farman plane on its return to Aviation Park after setting an air distance record by flying to circle the Baldwin Ranch and returning to Dominguez Hills. This photograph belongs to the Huntington Library. It is shown here for research only.

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Date
January 1910

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Date
January 1910
Subjects
Aeronautics
Paulhan, Louis
Physical Description
7x9 b&w
ID
1131
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bertolina. It was originally located on California (a street which at this time was 3 blocks south of Duarte Road). It washed off its foundation and was then moved to NW corner of 2nd and Alta. There are broad front steps and stone foundation seen in photo.

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Date
1912

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Date
1912
Subjects
Houses
Bertolina, Leo
Physical Description
4x6 b&w
ID
274
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Mrs. Anita Baldwin McClaughry's entry in the 1915 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, "Dove of Peace," was 26 feet long with a wing span of 11 feet. The dove was covered with roses, lilies-of-the-valley, maiden hair fern and stevia serulata. It held an olive branch in its bill. It was the most costly float entered in the parade.

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Date
January 1915

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Date
January 1915
Subjects
Tournament of Roses-Floats-1915
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1280
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Lightly poised upon a single branch of acacia, a yellow butterfly emerging from its chrysalis heralded the 1915 Pasadena Tournament of Roses float for the City of Arcadia. The entry was designed by Mrs. Anita Baldwin McClaughry. Formed of yellow roses, marigolds and pom pom chrysanthemums, the butterfly is emerging from a chrysalis of gray-green foliage nine feet in length. This was the first official City of Arcadia entry in the Rose Parade.

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Date
January 1915

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Date
January 1915
Subjects
Tournament of Roses-Floats-1915
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1281
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Page 17 of The Arcadian Observer, Official Publication of the United States Army Balloon School, Arcadia, California. September 1918 Supplement. Featuring photographs of U.S. Balloon School officers, all lieutenants. H.G. Verbeck, Joseph Sullivan, John Hahn (or Rahn?), Harry W. Warner, Harold K. Hine, Newton B. Drury, Milton E. Keyser, James A. Christie, Ed Welch, Hiram B. Lillie, F.C. Wiggins C.O., A.M. Lynch, Dunlap C. Clark, George Whistler, Lloyd Graybill, and Ed Burke. Negative and print were made for the grant funded Local History Digital Resources Project 2006-2007. A digital image of this photograph is file name: caarpl_118 on LHDRP 2006-2007 Disc 9 of 14. See black box labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.

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Date
September 1918

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Page 15 of The Arcadian Observer, Official Publication of the United States Army Balloon School, Arcadia, California. September 1918 Supplement. Featuring photographs of U.S. Balloon School officers, all lieutenants. L. Heath, J.J. Fitzgerald, H.C. Hahlbeck, Stanley W. Hahn, George K. Barnes, Robert Drake, Rolla W. Wybrant, William D. Geiger, Harry R. Rafferty, Wayne Burbank, T.N. Wrenn, George Parish, William Barnard, Charles N. White, William B. Gemmill, and William Simpson. Negative and print were made for the grant funded Local History Digital Resources Project 2006-2007. A digital image of this photograph is file name: caarpl_117 on LHDRP 2006-2007 Disc 9 of 14. See black box labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.

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Date
September 1918

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Page 3 of The Arcadian Observer, Official Publication of the United States Army Balloon School, Arcadia, California. September 1918 Supplement. Reads: Colonel W. N. Hensley Jr. Commanding. Negative and print were made for the grant funded Local History Digital Resources Project 2006-2007. A digital image of this photograph is file name: caarpl_111 on LHDRP 2006-2007 Disc 9 of 14. See black box labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.

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Date
September 1918

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Date
September 1918
Subjects
Balloon School
Hensley, W. N., Jr.
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1859
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Photographic print of page 2 of November 23, 1918 issue of THE ARCADIAN OBSERVER, showing a drawing by Robert Sparks, of a female holding a sword and honor roll. Text reads: They died not in vain. Her sons have triumphed again, and may that war torn land o'er which they fought and bled forevermore remain in peace. Negative and print were made for the grant funded Local History Digital Resources Project 2006-2007. A digital image of this photograph is file name: caarpl_123 on LHDRP 2006-2007 Disc 10 of 14. See black box labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.

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Date
November 23, 1918

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Date
November 23, 1918
Subjects
Balloon School
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1847
Collection
Photographs
Images
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A group of four standing in front of recently completed home (and office) for Dr. Fletcher Sanborn at 100 N. First Ave. They are, L-R: Dr. Fletcher Green Sanborn, Mrs. Sanborn, Mrs. Ruth Ayers, Mr John C. Sanborn (father of Dr. Sanborn).

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Date
1919

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Date
1919
Subjects
Sanborn, Dr. Fletcher G.
First Avenue
Sanborn, Mrs. Fletcher G.
Sanborn, John C.
Ayers, Ruth
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
825
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Home of Charles and Pearl Strong at 460 W. Duarte Road. View shows small clapboard house standing by itself. There is a high-sided trailer standing at left of house. What appears to be chicken houses show in the photo. Claimed to be first white leghorn chicken ranch in Arcadia.

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Date
1921

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Date
1921
Subjects
Agriculture
Houses
Poultry
Strong, Charles
Physical Description
4 3/8 x 2 5/8 b&w
ID
276
Collection
Photographs
Images
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