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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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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
ID
1054
Collection
Photographs
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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
ID
274
Collection
Photographs
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Baldwin Ranch entry in 1914 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Entered by Mrs. Anita Baldwin McClaughry. Peacock of white roses and lilies-of-the-valley, mounted in an oak tree at the front of a decorated car. B.R. Marsh rode in the car.

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Date
January 1914

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Date
January 1914
Subjects
Tournament of Roses-Floats-1914
ID
1279
Collection
Photographs
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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
ID
1280
Collection
Photographs
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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
ID
1281
Collection
Photographs
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"Ye Fairy of Ye Oak," 1915 Pasadena Tournament of Roses float entered by Mrs. Anita Baldwin McClaughry. Dextra McClaughry (age 13) and Baldwin McClaughry (age 10), children of Anita, rode on the float. Dextra, the Queen of Fairyland, stood beneath a spreading oak while the floor of the carriage was converted into a meadowland of softest green upon which shell pink roses, lilies-of-the-valley and hyacinths grew.

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Date
January 1915

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Date
January 1915
Subjects
Tournament of Roses-Floats-1915
ID
1282
Collection
Photographs
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
December 15, 1917
Pages
p. 2
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
December 15, 1917
Pages
p. 2
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Perkins, Robert Stanley
Item ID
4548AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
January 26, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
January 26, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Stoker, (Baby daughter)
Item ID
4543AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Article mentions death of Mr. Stuhr, husband of Mrs. Huldah Stuhr.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
July 6, 1918
Pages
p. 4
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
July 6, 1918
Pages
p. 4
Subjects
Stuhr, Mr.
Item ID
4519AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
August 17. 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
August 17. 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Hensley, William Nicholas III
Item ID
4544AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 21, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 21, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Gierlich, (Baby daughter)
Item ID
4545AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 28, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 28, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Clare, (Baby son)
Item ID
4546AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 28, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
September 28, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Chesney, (Baby son)
Item ID
4547AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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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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Birth celebration (6 year)

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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
February 12, 1921
Pages
p. 2
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
February 12, 1921
Pages
p. 2
Subjects
McLaughlin, Robert Hann
Item ID
4550AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
March 26, 1921
Pages
p. 6
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
March 26, 1921
Pages
p. 6
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Roth, (Baby son)
Item ID
4551AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
April 30, 1921
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Journal
Date
April 30, 1921
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Cathcart, Margaret Linwin
Item ID
4552AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Shoemaker Al Yarter standing out in front of shops he built on North First Ave. The family lived in the house between the two shops. Mr. Yarter's grandson, Pat Carlin, told us in 1980 that Mr. Yarter bought the land from Anita Baldwin for a stated price. Later, he was told by an agent, that because the lot was within the lighting district, he would need to pay an additional amount. When Mr. Yarter spoke directly to Anita Baldwin about this, she said it had been her mistake and he would pay only what had been agreed upon. Groceries on the left and Arcadia Shoe Shop on the right.

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Date
1923

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Date
1923
Subjects
Arcadia Shoe Shop
H.A. Lyle Groceries
First Avenue
Yarter, Al
ID
855
Collection
Photographs
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