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Birth. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCoy.

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Newspaper
Temple City News
Date
November 17, 1941
Pages
p. 4 (follows Arcadia Tribune issue)
Arcadia News
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Temple City News
Date
November 17, 1941
Pages
p. 4 (follows Arcadia Tribune issue)
Arcadia News
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
McCoy, son
Item ID
6388AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Birth. To Mr. & Mrs. Hugh McCoy, May 1.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Bulletin
Date
May 14, 1951
Pages
p. 3
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Bulletin
Date
May 14, 1951
Pages
p. 3
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
McCoy, daughter
Item ID
10733AM
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Birth. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy, June 19.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 22, 1973
Pages
p. A9
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 22, 1973
Pages
p. A9
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
McCoy, daughter
Item ID
24061AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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John and Effie McCoy. He worked for Santa Fe Rail Road in Arcadia. They were part of pioneer McCoy family.

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Date
unknown

  1 image

Date
unknown
Subjects
McCoy, John
McCoy, Effie
ID
404
Collection
Photographs
Images
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John McCoy in Spanish American War uniform.(He was a Rough Rider.) Identified for Library by his son, George McCoy, in 1978.

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Date
1898

  1 image

Date
1898
Subjects
McCoy, John
ID
421
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Frank and Flora McCoy in their general merchandise store at 233 N. First Avenue.

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Date
c. early 1920's

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Date
c. early 1920's
Subjects
Frank McCoy General Merchandise
McCoy, Flora
McCoy, Frank
Stores
ID
195
Collection
Photographs
Images
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View of SW side of Arcadia Santa Fe Station. Baggage and storage portion is at the right in this photo. The John McCoy family is standing directly under the ARCADIA sign. On left is E.B. (Mrs.) McCoy, next is small son George, and next is John McCoy.

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Date
c.1900

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Frank McCoy (1869-1935) pictured in bust-length studio photograph. He has a hat on with brim turned up all the way around. Identified for library by George McCoy in 1978. No other circumstances known.

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Date
c.1880's

  1 image

Date
c.1880's
Subjects
McCoy, Frank
ID
422
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Interior of Frank and Flora McCoy's grocery store at 233 N. First Avenue. Lady at left side of photo behind counter, another standing in front of counter with white apron. On right side of photo is a woman in a coat.

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Date
c.1924

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Date
c.1924
Subjects
Frank McCoy General Merchandise
McCoy, Frank
McCoy, Flora
Stores
ID
213
Collection
Photographs
Images
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SW corner First Avenue and St. Joseph Street is parking lot for Acapulco Restaurant across the street. Former site of McCoy building.

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Date
1979

  1 image

Date
1979
Subjects
Acapulco Mexican Restaurant
McCoy Building
Historic houses
ID
1225
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Mrs. John (Effie) McCoy and son George standing in platform of Arcadia Santa Fe Station. There is a black and white cat crossing near them. Flowers have been trained up the pillars supporting the roof.

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Date
c.1900

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McCoy Building, a two story building which was located at 233 N. First Avenue on west side of First Avenue at St. Joseph Sreet. Date on sign at top of building is 1910. Window and awning have FRANK McCOY GENERAL MERCHANDISE printed on them. Standing in front of store are two men and a woman. Building was demolished in September 1973.

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Date
c.1912

  1 image

Date
c.1912
Subjects
Frank McCoy General Merchandise
City Hall
First Avenue
Stores
ID
187
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Eight people standing or mounted on mule in front of large American flag which is hanging from a wire. Group apparently was on an excursion to Mt. Wilson. The three men on the right are all identified as McCoys across the face of the photo.

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Date
1902

  1 image

Date
1902
Subjects
McCoy, Arch
McCoy, Clyde
McCoy, John
ID
402
Collection
Photographs
Images
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John McCoy (who was station agent at Arcadia Santa Fe Station) pictured on bicycle with device for riding it along rail of railroad so he could inspect rails. His young son George is pictured beside him on a tricycle. Locomotive is on tracks.

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Date
c.1900

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McCoy Building taken by librarian Alfreda Bolduan in 1965 when it housed the AUTO PARTS & EQUIPMENT CO. on ground floor.

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Date
1965

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Birth. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Huston.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 26, 1941
Pages
p. 6
Announcement Type
Birth
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 26, 1941
Pages
p. 6
Announcement Type
Birth
Subjects
Huston, daughter
Item ID
6360AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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O.D. Harris home on NE corner, 15 E. Orange Avenue (later street name changed to 15 Colorado Blvd). It is listed in 1928 City Directory as on Orange Avenue address. House was demolished about 1960*. Twenty people standing and sitting in front of house, gathered for a McCoy family reunion.[*The house stood until 1962 according to description of photo ID 1029. Noted 7/25/2011.]

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Date
c. early 1900's

  1 image

Date
c. early 1900's
Subjects
Historic houses
Harris, O.D.
McCoy, Frank
ID
256
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
McCoy Store -- This shows part of the two-story business building known as the McCoy Block, which stood on the corner of First Avenue and St. Joseph Street. It originally contained a general emporium, post office and library; for a brief period its second floor served as headquarters for the Arcadiā€¦

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
McCoy Store -- This shows part of the two-story business building known as the McCoy Block, which stood on the corner of First Avenue and St. Joseph Street. It originally contained a general emporium, post office and library; for a brief period its second floor served as headquarters for the Arcadia municipal government.
Item ID
95W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
February 3, 1936
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Obituary or death notice
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
February 3, 1936
Pages
p. 1
Announcement Type
Obituary or death notice
Subjects
McCoy, Frank
Item ID
5188AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 1, 1950
Pages
p. 2
Announcement Type
Obituary or death notice
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 1, 1950
Pages
p. 2
Announcement Type
Obituary or death notice
Subjects
McCoy, John
Item ID
10074AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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