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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
Less detail

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
Less detail

Six men seen gathering grapes; others are seen in background. There are many heavy wooden boxes around. A row of eucalyptus are seen on the left. Caption (partially cut off) reads: Japanese gathering grapes in a vineyard planted by Spanish Fathers.

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Date
1906

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Date
1906
Subjects
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Baldwin Ranch-Japanese workers
Physical Description
7x10 b&w
ID
909
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Three people are standing in front of stable area of Elias J."Lucky" Baldwin's Santa Anita Race Track. L-R: Mrs. John (Ella) Ott; eldest son, Donald; and City Marshall, John Ott. (Their daughter told us in 1980 that everyone called her father Jack.) Mrs. Ott is wearing a lavishly feathered hat and a tailored suit. Marshall Ott is wearing a dark double-breasted suit with his badge.

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Date
March 31, 1909

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Date
March 31, 1909
Subjects
Ott, John
Ott, Ella
Ott, Donald
Santa Anita Park-1907-1912
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1054
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Another view of Oakwood Hotel just after being destroyed by fire. Standing beside structure are an older and younger sister of Vesta Tucker Reeves. Their father was Lowen Tucker, ranch foreman for Elias J."Lucky" Baldwin.

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Date
Nov. 12, 1911

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Date
Nov. 12, 1911
Subjects
Oakwood Hotel
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1079
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

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
Less detail

Photograph of a yacht. Handwriting along bottom of photo reads, "San Pedro 1915." Possibly the yacht Clara Baldwin Stocker was supposed to have purchased with part of her inheritance from her father, Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin.

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Date
1915

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Date
1915
Subjects
Baldwin Stocker, Clara
Physical Description
5x7 b&w
ID
1572
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

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 13 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: N.C. Farnum, Joseph Raymond Williams, R. Lauch Benson, Carleton T. Olds, Clarence Lober, Richard Lewis, Charles Irwin, W.S. Brown, Larkin O'Neill, N. Roman, N.J. Van Valkenberg, Roy Parker, and Carl McCarthy. 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_116 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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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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Al Yarter, shoemaker, at his shoe shop which was in building he built in 300 block of N. First Ave. on west side of street. Photo #855 shows exterior of shop.

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Date
1923

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Date
1923
Subjects
Arcadia Shoe Shop
Yarter, Al
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
856
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Ray Ramuz (on tricycle) with his mother Hazel at entrance to the family nursery at 404 S. Santa Anita Ave. Ray is the present (1980) owner of the facility, which became Arcadia Nursery about 1929. Son Ron is currently a partner with his father and will carry on the business.

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Date
1925

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Date
1925
Subjects
Arcadia Nursery
Ramuz, Ray
Ramuz, Hazel D.
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
860
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Mr. Aloyosius Mauch is seen loading blackberries packed in wooden crates onto flatbed truck. A dog sits on top of one crate. Mr. Mauch's sons helped run the five acre ranch which was at Palm Avenue and Holly Avenue. Information provided by son Henry (86 years old in 1980) and his wife.

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Date
1926

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Date
1926
Subjects
Agriculture
Mauch, Aloyosius
Physical Description
6x10 b&w
ID
994
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Seated in large military truck are, L-R: Bruno Bucher, Cacelie Bucher Mauch, and Master Sgt. William Bucher, step father of the two young people. Truck is parked just inside the fence of Ross Field Balloon School, and at SW corner of Huntington Drive and Santa Anita. Note: Community Presbyterian Church seen behind them (was later moved to First Ave and Alice Street). Note also, a sign, apparently giving name of base over entry and not readable from this angle.

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Date
1927

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Date
1927
Subjects
Balloon School
Bucher, Bruno
Bucher, William
Community Presbyterian Church
Mauch, Cacilie Bucher
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1003
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Pat Carlin is the small boy standing with the tire in front of service station owned and operated by his father and his aunt, J.A. and M.A. Carlin on the NE corner of First and LaPorte. This building is the same one as shown in photo #490 and which served briefly as City Hall.

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Date
1927

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Date
1927
Subjects
Ace Service Station
City Hall
Carlin, Pat
Gas stations
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
854
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Cook & Woodley tract just north of Foothill Blvd. and one block east of Santa Anita Ave. This tract was developed on land owned by Clara Baldwin. House seen on right still stands at SE corner of Sycamore and Oakwood Ave. It was home of James B. Slemons.

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Date
1927

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Date
1927
Subjects
Cook and Woodley Tract
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
893
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Looking west toward City Hall on NW corner of First Avenue and Huntington Drive with extensive view north on First. Thirteen people stand on corner in front of City Hall. They are: seated by Fire House door, Jim Nellis. Standing L-R: George Ackerman, City Treasurer; Louis Altona, Building inspector; behind him with hat possibly Judge Horlack; Grady Pardue, police; behind him with hat Les Talley, Assistant City Engineer; Gladys Randall Pelky, Water Dept. Clerk. Behind her with cap, not identified. Next A. N. Coberly, Police Chief; Florence Shaver, Assistant City Clerk; Dick Cutter (not City employee); Bernice Hinman (not City employee); Anist Mussachia, Fire Dept. Two other men and lady not identified. Part of panorama, ID#s 916-921.

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Date
1927

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Home (at right side of photo) and business building owned by Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher G. Sanborn. Home was at 100 N. First and contained the doctor's office for his practice. The office block contained the numbers 102-104 N. First Ave. Photo was taken shortly after completion.

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Date
July 1, 1927

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Date
July 1, 1927
Subjects
First Avenue
Houses
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
829
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Mr. Dewey Butler is seen sitting on his tractor. The Mauch family knew him very well and he would use his tractor to turn the soil on their ranch as well as his own. This photo was taken at Mauch ranch at Palm Avenue and Holly Avenue. In a 1997 conversation between Carol Libby of the Arcadia Historical Society and Lynette Dunn, daughter of Dewey Butler, Mrs. Dunn stated that this photo is not of her father. She said it was possibly her uncle.

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Date
1928

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Date
1928
Subjects
Butler, Dewey
Mauch, Aloyosius
Physical Description
6x10 b&w
ID
998
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

View of a section of Baldwin Avenue business district in the 1000 S. Baldwin block. Eleven automobiles are diagonally parked in front of the various shops.

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Date
1930

  1 image

Date
1930
Subjects
Baldwin Avenue
Business & industry
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
585
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

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