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Shares of Safeway Inc. fell 4.5 percent after the Pleasanton-based parent company of Arcadia-based Vons/Pavilions said it expects second-quarter earnings will be below Wall Street estimates.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
May 4, 2005
Pages
p. B3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
May 4, 2005
Pages
p. B3
Subjects
Safeway Inc.
Vons/Pavilions
Business and Industry
Supermarkets
Item ID
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Newspaper Index
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Arcadia-based company Solar Webb, Inc. offers alternative sources of electricity with solar electric generator systems for homes and businesses.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
September 11, 2003
Pages
p. 23
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
September 11, 2003
Pages
p. 23
Subjects
Business and Industry
Electricity
Energy
Solar Webb, Inc.
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Trust Bank, which has a branch in Arcadia, has been acquired by San Marino-based East West Bancorp Inc.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 20, 2004
Pages
p. C1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 20, 2004
Pages
p. C1
Subjects
Business and Industry
East West Bank - East West Bancorp Inc.
Trust Bank
Item ID
28848AN
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Business and Industry

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Contents
1. Grand Opening Flyer for Shen's Books and Supplies, February 1992. 2. "Lee Tracy opens new service station." Arcadia Tribune, August 24, 1934, page 1. 3. "Modern Rest Home in Arcadia." Arcadia Tribune, August 24, 1934, page 7. 4. "Night vision devices (Varo Optical)." Arcadia Tribune, Decembeā€¦
Contents
1. Grand Opening Flyer for Shen's Books and Supplies, February 1992.
2. "Lee Tracy opens new service station." Arcadia Tribune, August 24, 1934, page 1.
3. "Modern Rest Home in Arcadia." Arcadia Tribune, August 24, 1934, page 7.
4. "Night vision devices (Varo Optical)." Arcadia Tribune, December 3, 1967.
5. "Teb Inc. Pioneers City's Chicago Park." Arcadia Tribune, December 1967. Other articles in this series are in the last 2 months of 1967.
6. "He lined his (Nutria Raising)." Mechanix Illustrated, no date.
7. "Medical Breakthrough (Dupaco Inc.)." Arcadia Tribune, December 22, 1966.
8. "Midst of depression (Kophamer - Carl's Corn)." Arcadia News Post, January 16, 1970.
9. "Carl Kophamers receive." Arcadia Tribune, January 21, 1970.
10. "An idea made of glass (Arcadia Sliding Glass Doors)." Fortune, November 1955, page 250.
11. "Curry can save water (Drip Irrigation)." Arcadia Tribune, July 22, 1973.
12. Standard Industrial Survey. Profile for business location, July 1963.
13. "Arcadia company plays big role (D.B. Milliken Company)." Arcadia News Post, December 5, 1969.
14. "Old pharmacy closing (Arcadia Pharmacy)." Arcadia Tribune, April 28, 1974, page A4.
15. "King's Pharmacy." Arcadia Tribune, February 24, 1977, page C6.
16. "Discovering a new oil field." Copied from original promotion brochure in scrapbook of Alton Green, circa 1926-1927.
17. "Arcadia Drive-In Market." San Gabriel Valley Digest, April 1930, pages 16-17.
18. "Arcadia Business districts." News clip, circa 1930.
19. Notes on Hinshaw's Department Store.
20. "Arcadia has space." Chamber of Commerce brochure, no date.
21. "Footprints in space." D.B. Milliken brochure, no date.
22. Arcadia Industrial and Manufacturing Guide, 1961.
23. Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Industrial and Manufacturing Guide, 1968.
24. Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Industrial and Manufacturing Guide, 1971.
25. Arcadia Industrial Directory, 1973.
26. Arcadia Industrial Directory, 1976.
27. "Schmidt selects strategic sites for new brewery." News clip, circa 1933-1934.
28. "One of the first samples of what may be expected. Proposed theater in El Rancho Shopping District." Herald Tribune, March 22, 1948.
29. House at 22 E. Foothill. Quote from Phyllis Walker, January 23, 1978.
30. Quaser Industries' Sales Promotional Androids, circa 1978.
31. "International Headquarters." Arcadia Tribune, April 20, 1978.
32. "Arcadia shopping centers." Chamber of Commerce map showing shopping areas, circa 1974?
33. "Arcadia business districts." Arcadia Tribune, August 3, 1934.
34. "Carl's Corn." Reference to Arcadia Tribune article, August 22, 1974.
35. "First national Bank of Arcadia is being organized." Inglewood California News, May 19, 1916.
36. Some department store openings, pre 1967.
37. List of Arcadia Tribune entries on subject.
38. "Groundbreaking marks fresh start on center." Arcadia Tribune, July 26, 1964.
39. "Pantry Market opens newest store in Golden West Village." Arcadia Tribune, June 9, 1966.
40. "Vons to build new unit." Arcadia Tribune, July 14, 1966.
41. "Grand opening at Marketowne." Arcadia Tribune, February 26, 1948.
42. "First Village Center to house grocery (El Rancho Market)." Arcadia Tribune, June 10, 1948.
43. "Parking problem solved for shoppers in West Arcadia area." Arcadia Tribune, March 20, 1952.
44. "West Arcadia welcomes new Hinshaw's Department Store." Arcadia Tribune, March 20, 1952.
45. "New store in West Arcadia opens on site of first one." Arcadia Tribune, March 30, 1952. Refers to first building in West Arcadia.
46. "West Arcadia Business Association cooperation sparks shopping district." Arcadia Tribune, March 30, 1952.
47. "West side shows development since 1924." News clip, August 3, 1934.
48. Article about the Android Amusement Corporation that rents robots. New West.
49. "Business district goes for new respectability (Diamond Jubilee Supplement)." Arcadia Tribune, September 14, 1978.
50. "New local bank possible." Arcadia Tribune, September 17, 1978, page A1.
51. "Savings and Loan grows." Arcadia Tribune, September 14, 1978. Supplement about the history of Homes Savings and Loan in Arcadia.
52. "Business district: from saloons to new respectability." Arcadia Tribune, July 16, 1978.
53. Arcadia All Pro Athletic Club. Promotional flyer, January 1979.
54. "Business license information and requirements." Arcadia Chamber of Commerce booklet, 1978.
55. "Landmark gone - Hartzler Shoe Store." Arcadia Tribune, February 8, 1979.
56. "Pair banking on permit approval." Arcadia Tribune, January 14, 1979.
57. "Mergers add to growth." Arcadia Tribune, September 14, 1978, supplement.
58. "Enlarges shop (Becker's Dress Shop)." Arcadia Tribune, September 7, 1934.
59. "Physicians and dentists in Monrovia market area." Statistics showing members of both categories in Arcadia and other nearby towns. Coldwell-Banker economic study, done for Monrovia, 1976.
60. "Great Western Arcadia opens." Arcadia Tribune, June 26, 1979, page B1.
61. "Arcadia gets its own bank." Arcadia Tribune, July 15, 1979, page A1.
62. Logo of First National Bank of Arcadia. Copy of check loaned by Phyllis Walker. Check had been written by her grandfather, Dr. Fletcher G. Sanborn, whose practice and home were at 100 N. First Avenue.
63. "Arcadia Hardware Company." News clip, 1934.
64. Joseph Becker, proprietor of Becker's Dress Shop.
65. "Arcadia's newest service station (owner Roy Swanson)." News clip, 1934.
66. "When on June 1, 1925, the First National Bank of America ..." News clip, no date.
67. "Summary statistics for counties and cities with 2,500 inhabitants or more. 1977 Census of Wholesale Trade.
68. "Summary statistics for cities with 500 establishments or more." 1977 Census of Retail Trade.
69. "Arcadia Lumber: it's a local landmark." Arcadia Tribune, June 1, 1980, photo.
70. Notes on saddlery shops and stables in Arcadia. Information supplied by Sandy Snider, Los Angeles County Arboretum.
71. "Statistics by kind of business for major retail centers and central business districts in SMSA." 1977 Census of Retail Trade.
72. "This sleek 1935 Chevrolet panel truck is ...(Ralph's Flowers)." Arcadia Temple City Courier, May 1, 1980.
73. Fact sheet on Carl's Corn Stand. Information given by daughter Arly Kophamer Barton, July 1980.
74. "Oldest continuous one-owner business in the City of Arcadia." Arcadia Chamber of Commerce New Bulletin, 1981.
75. Ad for Dr. C.B. Caldwell and Dr. F.G. Sanborn. Source and date unknown.
76. "Gourmet Graphic of Arcadia district." Pasadena Star News, 1993.
77. "Arcadia bagel bakery on a roll." Prodigy from Los Angeles Times, November 13, 1994.
78. "An open letter to you from H. Richard Closson, President of Huntington Bank." Flyer from Huntington Bank, 1981.
79. Business license information and requirements for establishment, 1981. Booklet for the new businessman planning to establish a business in Arcadia.
80. "Dairy features all products (Hugh E. Buck Dairy)." San Gabriel Valley Digest, April 1930.
81. "Changes business to home town (Dr. Carl F. Bass, Optometrist)." San Gabriel Valley Digest, April 1930.
82. "Arcadia's pioneer printers (D.H. and Frank G. Roush)." San Gabriel Valley Digest, April 1930.
83. Rancho Television Center announces their opening. Business announcement in greeting card format with Queen Anne Cottage on front, 1950.
84. "Downtown group paces growth of shopping district - McCoy Building." News clip, no date.
85. "Arcadia Hardware." Arcadia tribune, August 3, 1937. The same picture as in #63.
86. "Stoker's Market on Santa Anita." Arcadia Tribune, August 3, 1934.
87. George. N. Boyer, Jeweler. 1948 calendar.
88. "The drive-in market." News clip, 1933.
89. "Romancing the carriage (William Barton family)." News Digest, Volume III, Number 21, May 27 - June 2, 1987, pages 5-6.
90. Businesses in Arcadia over 30-40 years. List compiled from City Directory, 1986.
91. "Ribbon cutting (Sir Speedy Print Shop)." Arcadia Highlander, May 6, 1987.
92. "Pain of progress in Arcadia (Golden West Village)." Pasadena Star News, Monday Business section, March 14, 1988.
93. Teledyne profile (English edition), 1986.
94. A letter regarding Arcadia Ceramics from Jenny Derwich of Jenstan - research in U.S. pottery and porcelain, May 13, 1988.
95. "Hinshaw's readies for closeout." Pasadena Star News, June 24, 1992.
96. Hinshaw's Going Out of Business Sale. Flyer, June 26, 1992.
97. Hinshaw's Going Out of Business Sale. Flyer, June 27, 1992.
98. "Departed stores. Hinshaw's in Arcadia is latest retailer to be squeezed out." Los Angeles Times, June 27, 1992, Section D, page 1.
99. 1993 Retail Store Sales Tax Budget Estimates. By Hinderliter, de Llamas and Associates, November 2, 1993.
100. Draft listing of 1993 Arcadia Top 25 Sales Tax producers; Top 17 Property Owners by 1992 Assessed Value; Top TOT (Bed Tax) Hotels; City of Arcadia Employers with 50 or more employees on site. March 1994.
101. City of Arcadia Information for Businesses. Economic Development Department, City of Arcadia, November 1989.
102. City of Arcadia Information for Businesses. Economic Development Department, City of Arcadia, January 1992.
103. Lease rate data information sheet. Economic Development Department, City of Arcadia, July 1995.
104. "Slimming by the sea so happily." San Gabriel Valley Tribune, March 14, 1991, page C1.
105. "Time is changing in the Model S & L." New York Times, May 22, 1996.
106. Article regarding the new Southern California Floral and Perfume Company in Arcadia. Monrovia Planet, June 4, 1887.
107. "Who's on First? Ralph's Florist on First Avenue." Arcadia Weekly, February 20, 1997.
108. "Hotel deal done (Extended Stay America Hotel)." Arcadia Weekly, April 3, 1997, page 1.
109. Charles Eaton Entrepreneur of restaurants. The Gryphon. June 1947. Pub. by United Pacific Insurance Company.
110. Summary of industrial survey. 1929.
111. Road atlas and travel guide which has advertisements for Arcadia businesses. c.1982
112. Article about Chantry Flat mule station. Pasadena Star News. March 2, 2001.
113. Flyer opposing the presence of the Golden Eyes Gentlemen's Club, a nude juice bar in Arcadia. probably 1999.
114. Arcadia sales tax third quarter receipts during April-June 1997.
115. Letter dated September 6, 2001 from CB Richard Ellis, Inc. announcing the execution of a 30,000 square foot building for National Automobile and Casualty Insurance Company at 51 North Fifth Avenue and an additional 55,600 square foot 3-story office building at 488 Santa Clara Street. Invitation to the ground breaking ceremony on October 11, 2001 and a color marketing flyer showing location and renderings of the buildings.
116. Two brochures on programs being held at "The Carter Report Center" located at 100 W. Duarte Road. c2002
117. 1993 Arcadia downtown business owner listing. Includes business name, address, owner name and description, phone number and number of employees. August 2, 1993.
118. 1993 Assessor's Record Search Books listing of downtown Arcadia property owners. August 25, 1993.
119. 1984 Los Angeles County Assessor Roll Print listing of downtown Arcadia property owners. 1984.
120. Brochure for El Rancho Meat and Provisions, Inc. located at 624 S. Santa Anita. c2003.
121. Letter to Janet Sporleder from Judy Wang, Marketing Assistant at AddALL.com with information on the company and 11 bookmark designs for review.
122. Commercial/Industrial Properties Lease Rate Data Information Sheet. November 2003. Includes information on the available square feet, land use, lease terms, and agent or owner for properties in the city business areas - Downtown, Duarte Road/First Avenue, West Arcadia, North Arcadia, South Arcadia, and Chicago Park.
123. E.J. Gengler Mfg. Co. instruction sheet for the "Time-Her-Rite Milking Machine Timer" (dairy equipment). Copyright 1942 and 1944. See also: vertical file Oral History for more information on Edwin J. Gengler.
124. Milliken Gardens, 1951 catalog and order sheets (inserted). This was a nursery or flower seller at 385 W. Colorado Street, Arcadia, California. Note that California sales tax is 3% on the order forms.
125. "2008 Top 6 Icons: Entrepreneurs" from The Magazine, Pasadena Foothills Region, June 2008, Vol 2, Issue 6; pp. 18-21. www.themagazinell.com. Articles by Steve Tobia, features six entrepreneurs, including business owner Paul Rusnak, owner of local automobile dealership Rusnak Mercedes Benz (Rusnak Auto Group).
126. Potenza College Consulting pamphlet, 1201 W. Huntington Drive, Suite 106, Arcadia, CA 91007. In business since 2000. No date.
127. The Cottage Shop, 1107 S. Baldwin Avenue. Newspaper ad for a jet-black super-gloss, padded box containing 50 match books, called the "Ebony Chest" for $1.60. Los Angeles Times, February 11, 1945.
128. Newspaper ad for Milliken Gardens, 385 W. Colorado Street, Arcadia, California. Selling irises and daylilies for $3.50. Los Angeles Times, April 11, 1943.
129. Yes, Southern California Can Grow Good Tobacco, Too. Los Angeles Times, August 15, 1920. John Glenn and David Ford grow tobacco on thirty acres in Monrovia and Arcadia. Their business is the Glenn-Ford Plantation.
130. Keychain-key fob The Arcadia Tradition, "Celebrate Downtown!" March 30, 1996.
131. Mrs. Arlowyn Barton introduces Carl's Sweet Corn now packaged to insure tenderness. Arcadia Tribune, August 23, 1956. (Photo of Arly Barton).
132. Vanishing institutions by Scott Hettrick, from Arcadiasbest.com and Mountain Views News, February 28, 2015. Businesses in Arcadia that have closed include Arcadia Welfare and Thrift, Jewish Federation of the Greater San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, 101-to-1 Cocktail Bar, and Vons Headquarters in the former May Company store building on Michillinda Avenue.
133. The Changing Face of Arcadia-Commercial Brokerage Firm Submits Proposal for Downtown Districts. Arcadia Weekly, February 4, 2016.
134. Logistics project approved, 81-acre site, formerly a gravel mine, a 1.6 million-square-foot logistics center and industrial park is in Arcadia, but it abuts an El Monte residential neighborhood and El Monte leaders are asking Arcadia to consider sharing its revenues from the project. By Courtney Tompkins, Pasadena Star News, p. A3, March 3, 2016.
135. Trial will decide GemCoin CEO's debt. Steve Chen was part of pyramid scheme, Pasadena Star News, December 30, 2016.
136. Map of business districts in Arcadia and demographic estimates, letter by Tim Schwehr of Arcadia Development Services Dept. about NAI Capital consultants. October 14, 2016.
137. Business card for Barton's Carriages, the William Barton Family, Arly Barton and Bill Barton. See also related Carl's Sweet Corn, Carl Kophamer.
138. 4 articles. Rabbit growers, rabbit breeders, National Rabbit Association of America will meet in the Chamber of Commerce room at City Hall. Program will feature a display of Junior Bucks and Does. Everyone is invited to attend and bring one or more of their rabbits. Building hits million mark. September permits push total to $1,101,525 for 1938. Largest single item on the official building report was $18,000 for Santa Anita Park entrance building which houses ticket booths. Home of Arcadia's home newspaper Arcadia Bulletin. City Council plans improvements called to order by Mayor Malin, including discussions of dances held at American Legion, rezoning Huntington Strip and angled parking lines in front of Market Basket. Arcadia Bulletin, October 6, 1938.
139. Letterhead from Baker's Commercial Refrigeration 144 East Huntington Drive, Phone: DOuglas7-7904. Besocke Tool & Manufacturing Co. 228 North First Avenue, Phone: DOuglas7-2092. Modern Decorators 405 Genoa Street, Phone: DOuglas7-1147. Trailertown 4241 East Live Oak, Phone: DOuglas7-3878 (Fred and Emma Munson)
Subjects
Business and Industry
Physical Description
3 folders
Item ID
41AF
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Subject Files
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Gayle Brewer, a 26 year-old Arcadia resident, runs a Pasadena-based business called Celia Caseta Inc. She provides professional makeup services. She plans to open locations in Arcadia and Northridge.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 10, 2010
Pages
p. A8
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 10, 2010
Pages
p. A8
Subjects
Beauty
Brewer, Gayle
Business and Industry
Celia Caserta Inc.
Entrepreneurs
Makeup
Item ID
32093AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Rubbermaid Inc. announced that it has acquired Arcadia-based Decor Concepts, Inc., better known as Omni. Omni, which designs and manufactures commercial playground equipment, produces about $30 million in annual revenues.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 6, 1995
Pages
p. B3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 6, 1995
Pages
p. B3
Subjects
Business & Industry - Omni
Item ID
4785AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Organic Fertilizers, Inc

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 24, 1953
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 24, 1953
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Business and Industry - Organic Fertilizers, Inc
Item ID
3729AN
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Newspaper Index
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Safeway Inc., parent company of Arcadia-based Vons/Pavilions, is changing operations to comply with a new law that calls for a 25 percent reduction in California's carbon emissions by the year 2020.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 3, 2006
Pages
p. B3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 3, 2006
Pages
p. B3
Subjects
Business and Industry
Energy
Environment
Safeway Incorporated
Vons/Pavilions
Item ID
30409AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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An extensive survey by a Los Angeles based real estate consulting firm rated the cost of doing business in a number of California cities, including Arcadia.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 25, 1998
Pages
p. B1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 25, 1998
Pages
p. B1
Subjects
Business & Industry
Item ID
12245AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Harry and Sarah Scieder are personal trainers who run Sneider Family Fitness Inc. out of their Arcadia home.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 12, 1999
Pages
p. A3 w/photo
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 12, 1999
Pages
p. A3 w/photo
Subjects
Business & Industry - Sneider Family Fitness, Inc
Sneider, Harry and Sarah
Item ID
17763AN
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Newspaper Index
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The Westfield Group will acquire 15 department stores which are owned by Federated Department Stores, Inc., including stores in Arcadia and West Covina. Robinsons-May in Arcadia and Macy's in West Covina will become property of Westfield and converted for other uses.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 22, 2006
Pages
p. B3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 22, 2006
Pages
p. B3
Subjects
Business and Industry
Federated Department Stores, Inc.
Westfield Group
Item ID
30119AN
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Newspaper Index
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The board of directors of REI sporting goods, a Seattle-based cooperative, has voted to buy the former site of Arcadia Lumber to build a new store.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 29, 1998
Pages
p. B3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 29, 1998
Pages
p. B3
Subjects
Business & Industry - REI
Item ID
15879AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Phil Monell of Monrovia is profiled in this article about Helen's Cycles in Arcadia.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 24, 2007
Pages
p. News 6
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 24, 2007
Pages
p. News 6
Subjects
Business and Industry
Helen's Cycles
Monell, Phil
Item ID
31042AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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The changing face of Arcadia--commercial brokerage firm NAI submits proposal for downtown districts. The City of Arcadia hired NAI to assess the city's five business districts and make recommendations to improve them and bring in appropriate, compatible businesses. See hard copy in VF Business and Industry.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 4, 2016
Pages
p. 1, 15
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 4, 2016
Pages
p. 1, 15
Subjects
Business and Industry
Business districts
Downtown Arcadia
Item ID
34650AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Upland-based Lewis Homes is in escrow to buy the old Foulger Ford site on Huntington Drive. Preliminary plans include a supermarket and two smaller retail spaces.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 27, 1997
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 27, 1997
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Business & Industry
Item ID
10426AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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H. D. Cowan Co., Inc., manufacturer of fixtures for stores, banks and office buildings, will open a new manufacturing facility at 130 N. First Street. This property was formerly a furniture manufacturing facility.

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Newspaper
The Journal
Date
January 11, 1950
Pages
p. 3 (See basement box 112.)
Newspaper
The Journal
Date
January 11, 1950
Pages
p. 3 (See basement box 112.)
Subjects
Business and Industry
H. D. Cowan Co., Inc.
Manufacturing
Item ID
33212AN
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Newspaper Index
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A state law scheduled to take effect in September is expected to set standards in the massage industry. Arcadia City Manager Don Penman commented that the new law may not stop people who want to commit a crime and do illegal acts. In the last few months of 2008, Arcadia shut down seven massage busineses for illegal activities.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 3, 2009
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 3, 2009
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Business and Industry
Massage
Item ID
31784AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Photo of front cover of Vosburgh Oil Corporation promotional brochure for an oil drilling operation which was entered into with high hopes. Oil was not found. (see Vertical file for copy of entire brochure in Arcadia-Business and industry.)

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Date
1925

  1 image

Date
1925
Subjects
Business & industry
Vosburgh Oil Corporation
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
890
Collection
Photographs
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"Simply Sweats," an 800 sq. ft. store located in the Pavilion Center, is profiled. Owner Bill Micheil is interviewed.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 28, 1996
Pages
p. B 3 photo
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 28, 1996
Pages
p. B 3 photo
Subjects
Business & Industry - Simply Sweats
Item ID
5527AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Planned Industrial District

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 29, 1964 p. 1
April 2, 1964 p. 1
May 14, 1964 p. 1
May 31, 1964 p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 29, 1964 p. 1
April 2, 1964 p. 1
May 14, 1964 p. 1
May 31, 1964 p. 1
Subjects
Business and Industry
Item ID
3707AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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