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Brian Magallanes, 19, of Duarte, Eulises Andres, 19, of La Puente, and Stephanie Iraheta, 18, of La Puente, were arrested in connection to a residential burglary in Arcadia on May 23, 2012 in the 900 block of Panorama.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper32968
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly,
Date
May 31, 2012
Pages
p. 6
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly,
Date
May 31, 2012
Pages
p. 6
Subjects
Andres, Eulises
Burglaries
Crime and Criminals
Iraheta, Stephanie
Magallanes, Brian
Item ID
33165AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Sara Olivia Bravo, 28, of La Puente, is being charged in a pretrial hearing with second degree murder and vehicular manslaughter for the death of a 3-year-old boy, Talmin Moye II.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper30663
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 8, 2007
Pages
p. Local 2
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 8, 2007
Pages
p. Local 2
Subjects
Bravo, Sara Olivia
Car chases
Crime and Criminals
Moye, Talmin (II or Jr.)
Murder
Trials
Vehicular manslaughter
Item ID
30851AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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James Jason Stathum was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the videotaped fatal shooting of Arcadia resident Munther Farah Gharib. At the time of the shooting, Gharib was working in a La Puente convenience store.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper6703
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 2, 1996
Pages
p. A-5
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
August 2, 1996
Pages
p. A-5
Subjects
Gahrib, Munther Farah
Crime and Criminals
Stathum, James Jason
Item ID
6512AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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A 3-year-old boy died when the car he was riding in was struck by a stolen vehicle being chased by Arcadia Police. The suspect that stole the car has been identified as Sara Bravo, 26, of La Puente.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper29819
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 12, 2005
Pages
p. A1, A6
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 12, 2005
Pages
p. A1, A6
Subjects
Moye, Talmin II (or Jr.)
Bravo, Sara
Arcadia Police Department
Car chases
Crime and Criminals
Deaths
Item ID
30004AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Jim Helms chosen President of the Association of San Gabriel Valley Cities. Cities which have confirmed membership are: Alhambra, Arcadia, Covina, El Monte, Irwindale, La Puente, Monrovia, Monterey Park, Pasadena, San Marino, South Pasadena, Temple City, and Walnut.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper543
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
December 21, 1975
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
December 21, 1975
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Association of San Gabriel Valley Cities
Item ID
543AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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"The Patriots,"an Arcadia High School musical combo, won the first place prize at the La Puente High School Invitational Hootenanny. See also: Arcadia file "Musicians," item number 1 clipping which includes a photo. See hard copy of newspaper in Box 51.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper29600
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
February 2, 1964
Pages
p. 3
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
February 2, 1964
Pages
p. 3
Subjects
The Patriots
Musicians
Music groups
Reed, Bob
McGinnis, Doug
McLain, Bruce
McGinnis, Jackie
Hamming, Karen
Bands
Item ID
29784AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Russell J. Ribb, former superintendent for the Hacienda-La Puente Unified School District, has been named to serve as Arcadia's interim school superintendent. Elaine Boyce of the School Service of California, a Sacramento-based consulting firm, has been hired to recruit a new superintendent.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper3186
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 2, 1989
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 2, 1989
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Schools - Superintendent - Ribb, Russell
Item ID
3095AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Walker House -- Originally built as a boom hotel in 1883, this became known as the Walker House after it was purchased by James Walker, "a much loved and esteemed man" and prominent resident of Pomona Valley.

  1 image

Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Walker House -- Originally built as a boom hotel in 1883, this became known as the Walker House after it was purchased by James Walker, "a much loved and esteemed man" and prominent resident of Pomona Valley.
Item ID
28W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Roul House -- Mrs. Roul was a daughter of the Cullens; she and her family lived in this house which was built on the original Cullen homestead property.

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Roul House -- Mrs. Roul was a daughter of the Cullens; she and her family lived in this house which was built on the original Cullen homestead property.
Item ID
32W
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Mamma's House -- The Roul house served for a while as a post office, and because of this various changes were made, including the upstairs addition that was Mamma Roul's private retreat after the death of her husband.

  1 image

Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Mamma's House -- The Roul house served for a while as a post office, and because of this various changes were made, including the upstairs addition that was Mamma Roul's private retreat after the death of her husband.
Item ID
33W
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Bender House -- This house, made of poured concrete, was the house of John Bender, a childhood friend of William Cullen; these two men came West together and filed homestead papers on land near the foothills.

  1 image

Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Bender House -- This house, made of poured concrete, was the house of John Bender, a childhood friend of William Cullen; these two men came West together and filed homestead papers on land near the foothills.
Item ID
34L
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Etiwanda House -- Built in the early 1880s, this was the home of George Chaffey, an engineer from Canada, who named it for a Canadian Indian Chief. Mr. Chaffey also named Ontario and the Imperial Valley, two of several California areas which prospered because of his introduction of successful irri…

  1 image

Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Etiwanda House -- Built in the early 1880s, this was the home of George Chaffey, an engineer from Canada, who named it for a Canadian Indian Chief. Mr. Chaffey also named Ontario and the Imperial Valley, two of several California areas which prospered because of his introduction of successful irrigation devices, artesian wells, and the generation of electric power in conjunction with the delivery of water.
Item ID
38W
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Ruddock House -- Built in the '90s by C.H. Ruddock, a wealthy Chicagoan, as his winter home, and located at the east end of San Bernardino Road in what is now Covina, this showplace (known as Mountain View) was "a rendezvous for the social elect" of the area. The tropical landscaping surrounding th…

  1 image

Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Ruddock House -- Built in the '90s by C.H. Ruddock, a wealthy Chicagoan, as his winter home, and located at the east end of San Bernardino Road in what is now Covina, this showplace (known as Mountain View) was "a rendezvous for the social elect" of the area. The tropical landscaping surrounding the 3-story, 17-room mansion is rumored to have cost $4,000. The house was razed in 1951 to make room for tract homes.
Item ID
39L
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Jones House -- William Jones, who had owned a music store in Los Angeles, moved to Monrovia where he built this "showplace"; it contained two pipe organs, and several pianos. The property was willed to one of the Claremont Colleges by Mrs. Jones; the house has been torn down.

  1 image

Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Jones House -- William Jones, who had owned a music store in Los Angeles, moved to Monrovia where he built this "showplace"; it contained two pipe organs, and several pianos. The property was willed to one of the Claremont Colleges by Mrs. Jones; the house has been torn down.
Item ID
47W
Collection
Paintings
Images
Less detail
Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Gutzon Borglum Home -- Built in 1896 by the famous Mt. Rushmore sculptor, this studio-cottage at 218 West Manzanita Street in Sierra Madre, was torn down in 1966.

  1 image

Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Gutzon Borglum Home -- Built in 1896 by the famous Mt. Rushmore sculptor, this studio-cottage at 218 West Manzanita Street in Sierra Madre, was torn down in 1966.
Item ID
61L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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William Millard house at 6th and Camino Real. House burned in 1970.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs273
Date
c.1910

  1 image

Date
c.1910
Subjects
Houses
Millard, William D
ID
271
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Home prices in California have dropped almost 42% from a year ago, November, as a glut of foreclosed homes drove first-home buyers to buy on the bottom end. Statewide, a single-family home cost a median price of $285,680. In Los Angeles County, the San Gabriel Valley housing market is in bad shape. According to the California Association of Realtors, prices around the San Gabriel Valley ranged from lows of $256,000 in La Puente to highs of $692,500 in Arcadia, which saw a slight drop of only 4.8%, compared to last year.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper31331
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 24, 2008
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 24, 2008
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Economy
Housing
Real Estate
Recession
Item ID
31526AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Glendora's First House -- George D. Whitcomb, the founder of Glendora, named the City after the word "glen" meaning a narrow canyon and his wife's name "Leadora". He was a firm believer in clean living and had a no-liquor clause inserted in the title of each lot he sold.

  1 image

Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Glendora's First House -- George D. Whitcomb, the founder of Glendora, named the City after the word "glen" meaning a narrow canyon and his wife's name "Leadora". He was a firm believer in clean living and had a no-liquor clause inserted in the title of each lot he sold.
Item ID
35W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Looking south down stream of Santa Anita Wash. (Puente Hills can be seen in distance.) Caption of photo says picture was taken from PE Bridge and looking toward Huntington Drive Bridge.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs813
Date
March 6, 1938

  1 image

Date
March 6, 1938
Subjects
Flood control
ID
807
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Front view of a two-story house. House number is 947. Street unknown. Photograph by Terry Miller.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/photographs2280
Date
2001

  1 image

Date
2001
Subjects
Houses
ID
2238A
Collection
Photographs
Images
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