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Portrait of Arcadia Police Officer Paul Harrington, in uniform (hat, badge, necktie, patch).

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Date
1950s

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Date
1950s
Subjects
Arcadia Police Department
Harrington, Paul
ID
2107
Collection
Photographs
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Interior view of General Merchandise store operated by Selma and Paul Bachert at 221 N. First Avenue for approximately 8 years. It was called Arcadia Department Store. Selma Bachert is standing to left by glass case.

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Date
c.1920s

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Date
c.1920s
Subjects
Arcadia Department Store
Bachert, Paul
Bachert, Selma
Stores
ID
212
Collection
Photographs
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Rev. Paul Johenk, Chaplain at Arcadia Methodist Hospital, is shown in a slight bow toward a lady who is out of view. About ten other people are seen nearby in this photo taken at Diamond Jubilee Ball.

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Date
September 30, 1978

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Date
September 30, 1978
Subjects
Centennial celebrations,etc.-Diamond Jubilee,1978-Ball
Johenk, Paul
ID
743
Collection
Photographs
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Huntington Drive looking west from near intersection of First Avenue. On NW corner is vine-covered City Hall. Open roadster has just made a left turn and is going south on First. There is a moving picture theater mid-way along street on south side with large banner advertising Charles Laughton Film. This photo belongs to the Huntington Library. It is shown here for research only.

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Date
1938

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Photo shows six men standing in front of low building. Two are shown in full police uniforms. Person second from left is Emil Bolz, service station owner. Next is Officer Grady Pardue, next is Assistant Police Chief Louis Jack Richards, and next to him is Don Ott. Person on extreme left may be Paul Edwards. Person on extreme right not identified.

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Date
1929

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Portraits of eight members of the Arcadia Fire Department, taken from a page of the "Arcadia Police & Fireman Relief Association Annual Souvenir" (see Arcadia VF-Police-Archives). Pictured are Paul Armstrong, Frank Roush, P.J. Schumacher, A.P. VanWormer, John Market, Donald Ott, P. Weberg, and J.C. Hinman.

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Date
1927

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Mayor Dennis Lojeski (third from left) honors the Arcadia Youth Baseball Programs with a Mayor's Certificate of Commendation. Presidents of the various leagues are shown with their awards. They are (not in order) Mickey Segal (third one from the right), Maria Brown, Susan Pannoni, Ed Miller, Jr., Paul Possemato, Doug McMasters. Fred Peritore was not present.

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Date
March 19, 1996

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Formal photo of Arcadia Police Department. Back row left to right: Ross E. "Med" Cayer, Leo Bertolina, L. Jack Richards (chief of police), Henry W. Haines (father of George, later in charge of Mutual windows at Santa Anita), Paul Edwards. Motorcycle officers, left to right: Jack Stine, Grady Pardue, Donald Ott. Standing in back: Jim Nellis, Fire Chief. Taken by police station on Wheeler Street. Identified September 9, 1970 by Bill Orr, former Police Chief.

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Date
April 17, 1932

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Photo of NOTICE OF ABANDONMENT of Pacific Electric Line service.

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Date
Sept. 30, 1951

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Date
Sept. 30, 1951
Subjects
Pacific Electric Railway
ID
1125
Collection
Photographs
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Bulldozer doing earth work for beginning of Foothill Freeway through Arcadia. One can notice the Fireman's Training Tower in the background (this was formerly located near 2nd Avenue and Santa Clara).

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Date
c.1966 or 1967

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Date
c.1966 or 1967
Subjects
Foothill Freeway
ID
953
Collection
Photographs
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Lower Arcadia City Hall walkway that leads to the upper part of City Hall. Notice no murals on the walls, they have not been uncovered yet. 240 West Huntington Drive. Photograph by Terry Miller.

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Date
2001

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Date
2001
Subjects
Arcadia City Hall
Civic buildings
ID
2244C
Collection
Photographs
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Police Force. "Know Your Policeman" a photograph of a display case showing police staff photos, titles, dates of appointment, and birthplaces. Top row (L to R): Chief of Police Neil F. Anderson, Captain William S. Orr, Eric R. Topel. Row 2 (L to R): Harry E. Peterson "Pete," Virgil Mayne, Richard J. Williams, James F. Hayes, Thomas G. Bednark, Florence Wilson. Row 3 (L to R): Joan Hames, Dudley M. Covell, Wayne G. Moore "Dinty," Jack Tillotson "Tillie," James W. Clark, Joseph V. Calvechie, Earl A. Cann. Row 4 (L to R): William L. Reddington, Herman H. Decker, Emil H. Leese, Jack P. Jordan "Rocky," Ray E. Owen, John H. Brown, Edward W. Goldsberry. Row 5 (L to R): Donald J. Molden "Jack," Kaare E. Nordlie "Ken," Paul R. Bird, William M. White, Billy D. Oliver, Richard S. Chatwin, Fred R. Smith "Smitty." Bottom row (L to R): Martin Renteria, William A. Goodman.

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Date
Late 1950s

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Car #331 of Pacific Electric pictured very close-up. It is close enough to notice the advertising cards inside car above seats. Car appears to be very early one. This photo belongs to the Los Angeles County Arboretum. It is shown here for research only.

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Date
c.1930

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Date
c.1930
Subjects
Pacific Electric Railway
Railroads
ID
396
Collection
Photographs
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Group of people facing front of City Hall at First Street and Huntington Drive for a 4th of July celebration. There is a speaker addressing the crowd and one can notice soldiers in uniform and dignitaries seated behind the speaker. The address of City Hall was 3 N. First Avenue, as listed in the city directory.

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Date
c.1924

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Date
c.1924
Subjects
City Hall
ID
485
Collection
Photographs
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Photo of stock certificate for E.J."Lucky" Baldwin/Bob Johnston Death Valley Mining and Milling Co.

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Date
no date on certificate

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Date
no date on certificate
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Mines and mining
Johnston, Bob
ID
937
Collection
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View east on Huntington Drive mid-way in block between Santa Anita and First Avenue during holiday season. Notice the Arcadia sign that had for many years hung over intersection at First Avenue has been removed (also referred to as a "Welcome" sign). Santa Fe Railroad overpass in view crossing over Huntington Drive.

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Date
November 13, 1959

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Date
November 13, 1959
Subjects
Huntington Drive
Bank of America
Arcadia Drugs
Arcadia Bootery
ID
601
Collection
Photographs
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Photo of front page of the Los Angeles Times of April 3, 1909 with picture of Lily Bennett Baldwin and article about estate she inherited on death of Elias J."Lucky" Baldwin.

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Date
April 3, 1909

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Date
April 3, 1909
Subjects
Howard, Lily Baldwin
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"
ID
506
Collection
Photographs
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Looking SW from mountains north of Arcadia. Major tree-lined street running from mountains south is Santa Anita Avenue. Southernmost tree-lined street cutting across entire middle of photo is Duarte Road. Barracks at the Balloon School can be seen just below Huntington Drive. Notice that Huntington Drive stops just west of the Balloon School, at the Baldwin Ranch. Much of Foothill area was planted to citrus.

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Date
c.1927

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Part of promotional literature for E.J."Lucky" Baldwin and Bob Johnston DEATH VALLEY MINING AND MILLING CO Capital Stock $750,000. Baldwin was President, Johnston was Vice President, and H.A.Unruh was treasurer. It has Arcadia, Calif, printed at bottom. Includes photo of Baldwin and Johnston.

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Date
unknown

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Date
unknown
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Mines and mining
Johnston, Bob
ID
941
Collection
Photographs
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Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin on left and Richard F. Carman Sr., one of America's early horsemen. Photo was taken probably about 1907 and printed in newspaper of March 1937 at the time of Carman's death. Carman's horses won four races and placed second in two others on opening day of Baldwin's Santa Anita Race Track.

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Date
1907

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Date
1907
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"
Carman, Richard F., Sr.
ID
933
Collection
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