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Railroads-Arcadia Railroad Station

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Contents
1. "Old Arcadia train depot to be dedicated at Pomona." News clip with picture, no date. (Picture is the same as photo #10) 2. "The old depot." News clip, September 20, 1966. 3. "Arcadia landmark threatened." Daily News Post, parts I and II, September 4, 1965. 4. "Arcadia adds to railroad a…
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1. "Old Arcadia train depot to be dedicated at Pomona." News clip with picture, no date. (Picture is the same as photo #10)
2. "The old depot." News clip, September 20, 1966.
3. "Arcadia landmark threatened." Daily News Post, parts I and II, September 4, 1965.
4. "Arcadia adds to railroad annals." Arcadia Tribune, September 12, 1971.
5. "A glimpse of Arcadia's past." Arcadia News-Post, September 1, 1971.
6. "Depot to pass into history." Arcadia News-Post, August 20, 1979.
7. "Arcadia's depots head for history." Arcadia News-Post, August 6, 1969.
8. "Two volunteer workers begin work on depot." News Post, September 12, 1969.
9. "Train depot tells sad, sad stories." Arcadia Tribune, circa 1969?
10. "Working on the railroad." Arcadia Tribune, August 16, 1973.
11. "Old Arcadia depot lives." Arcadia Tribune, August 29, 1971.
12. "A bit of Arcadia." Arcadia Tribune, September 17, 1969.
13. "Abandoned station not forgotten." Arcadia Tribune, March 9, 1978.
14. Information on Wm. Kreutzkamp, station agent, Santa Fe Station. Summer 1978.
15. Arcadia Santa Fe Station was apparently completed early in 1887. Information based on the research of Sandy Snider, Los Angeles County Arboretum, November 1979.
16. Postcard size drawing of the Arcadia Station in three colors. No date.
17. "Santa Fe reaches California by overcoming many obstacles." Arcadia Historical Society, no date.
Subjects
Railroads-Arcadia Railroad Station
Item ID
185AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Contents
1. "View from the foothills." Arcadia Tribune, November 23, 1947. 2. "How railroad opened valley." Arcadia Tribune, May 7, 1969. 3. "Early transportation." The View, Sierra Madre, September 27, 1973. 4. "The San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit Railroad." Historical Society of Southern Californi…
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1. "View from the foothills." Arcadia Tribune, November 23, 1947.
2. "How railroad opened valley." Arcadia Tribune, May 7, 1969.
3. "Early transportation." The View, Sierra Madre, September 27, 1973.
4. "The San Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit Railroad." Historical Society of Southern California, p. 213-220. September 1951.
5. "Projected rail lines in area." Sierra Madre Vista, 1888.
6. "Prices on rapid transit line." Sierra Madre Vista, September 8, 1888.
7. Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad - Orange Belt Route. (2 pages showing map and schedule of stops) Southern California - a Semi-tropic Paradise by Warner Brothers, published by Times Mirror Company, Printers, 1886-1887.
8. "If we announce in these columns that Sierra Madre would have two additional rail lines." Sierra Madre Vista, April 19, 1889.
9. "It has transpired that agents of the Rapid Transit Road have been quietly buying." Sierra Madre Vista, September 6, 1889.
10. Railroads-chronology. List complied by Sandy Snider, Los Angeles County Arboretum Historical Section, June 1979.
11. "History of City's first railroad line traced." News clip, no date. It refers to Pasadena, but is related to Arcadia.
12. Report of derailment of Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad at Santa Anita, California on September 4, 1945. Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington D.C.
13. "Five dead and 100 injured as Santa Fe train derails here." Arcadia Tribune, p.1, September 6, 1945.
14. "The police and the wreck." Arcadia Tribune, p.1, September 10, 1945.
15. "Inquest in wreck of limited to be held tomorrow." Arcadia Tribune, p.1, September 10, 1945.
16. "Crew negligence blamed at inquest of Santa Fe wreck." Arcadia Tribune, p.1, September 13, 1945.
17. Official time tables of Pacific Electric Railway, including to Baldwin's Ranch. Effective Jan. 15, 1904. photocopy.
18. 1923 map of Pacific Electric Railway routes.
19. 1914 map showing routes for the A.T.& S.F. RY Coast Lines, other railroads and electric roads in Los Angeles County.
20. Travel Town Museum souvenir album. c.1992.
21. Travel Town Coloring Book from the Travel Town Transportation Museum. Printed 1997. The second coloring page features a maze to the Arcadia Depot. Caption says "Arcadia Freight Depot was a Southern Pacific freight station located at First and Santa Clara Street in Arcadia, California. It was saved from demolition by Parker Lyon and moved to Travel Town in 1955."
Subjects
Railroads
Item ID
184AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
The Short Line -- This railway line ran one train a day each way between Los Angeles and Pasadena, and became famous in the 1920's when it was used in "The Perils of Pauline," (Pearl White silent-movie serial), and many other silent movies.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
The Short Line -- This railway line ran one train a day each way between Los Angeles and Pasadena, and became famous in the 1920's when it was used in "The Perils of Pauline," (Pearl White silent-movie serial), and many other silent movies.
Item ID
48L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Early Railway Engine -- This type of steam engine was shipped around the horn and is reputed to have been first used in Southern California in 1869.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Early Railway Engine -- This type of steam engine was shipped around the horn and is reputed to have been first used in Southern California in 1869.
Item ID
77L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Railroads-Santa Anita Station

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Contents
1. "Santa Fe starts Arcadia towards ultimate in cooperation." Arcadia Historical Society, no date. 2. "The old Santa Anita Station." Newspaper photo plate of station with buggy, no date. 3. "Worn Santa Anita Station links California of old." Los Angeles Times with photos, February 26, 1939. 4…
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1. "Santa Fe starts Arcadia towards ultimate in cooperation." Arcadia Historical Society, no date.
2. "The old Santa Anita Station." Newspaper photo plate of station with buggy, no date.
3. "Worn Santa Anita Station links California of old." Los Angeles Times with photos, February 26, 1939.
4. Woman station master, Nora Higganson, 1895-1898. Information from Sandy Snider, Los Angeles State and County Arboretum, June 6, 1975.
5. "Taxi, mister." Article by Robert Clark from Westways, p.7, August 1947.
6. Elevation drawings of Santa Anita Station. West and front drawings. No date.
7. "Catching flavor of cowboy era." By Ed Ainsworth, Los Angeles Times, February 1964.
8. "Colorful landmark reprieved." Independent Star News, March 1, 1964.
9. "Time running out." Inter-city news photo and caption, circa 1964.
10. "Move or oblivion for station." Inter-city news photo and article, circa 1964.
11. "Lucky's heirs uninterested in old depot." News clip, September 1, 1966.
12. "Arcadia Historical Society to hear Santa Anita Depot report." Independent Star News, October 8, 1967.
13. "Santa Anita Station has survival." Arcadia News-Post, April 5, 1967.
14. "Old Santa Fe depot fate." Arcadia Tribune, February 12, 1967.
15. "This is an attraction of the future." Arcadia Tribune, May 11, 1967.
16. "Lucky Baldwin's old train station nears new home." Los Angeles Times, May 14, 1967.
17. State of California, Governor's Office stationery. Letter from Win Adams to the Santa Anita Republican Women's Club, regarding moving the station. January 7, 1968.
18. "Train depot to gain city help." Arcadia Tribune, January 14, 1968.
19. "Depot fund climbs to $5,600." Arcadia Tribune, April 4, 1968.
20. "Lucky Baldwin stories recalled regarding railway station ceremony." News clip, September 12, 1968.
21. "Built in 1885." Los Angeles Times, San Gabriel Valley section, May 23, 1968.
22. "Save the station." Arcadia Tribune, circa 1968.
23. "Depot work on schedule." News clip, July 1969.
24. "Ceremony held Wednesday at Santa Fe site." News clip with two photos, circa September 11, 1968.
25. "Successful conclusion." News clip, September 15, 1968.
26. "Station fans hold going-away party." News clip, September 15, 1968.
27. "Santa Anita Station." Chapter from the book, Nuestro Pueblo, 1940, p. 168.
28. "First bricks." Arcadia Tribune, November 2, 1969.
29. "The old Santa Fe Depot." Arcadia News-Post, August 29, 1969.
30. "Arcadia depots head for history." Arcadia News-Post, August 6, 1969.
31. "Taking shape." Arcadia Tribune, October 1, 1969.
32. "Going up." Arcadia Tribune, September 7, 1969.
33. "Save the station campaign." Arcadia News-Post, July 24, 1968.
34. "The Santa Anita Depot." Lasca Leaves, volume XV, number 1, March 1970.
35. "$29,628 given for depot; restoration almost done." Arcadia Tribune, circa April 1970.
36. "Mrs. Sidney Platford, Arcadia Historical Society." Arcadia News-Post, July 2, 1970.
37. "History of the preservation of the Santa Anita Santa Fe Depot in Arcadia, California." Report by the Arcadia Historical Society, June 1970.
38. "Santa Anita Station - Santa Fe Railroad." Article by Bruce R. Wetmore, Curator. No Date.
39. "Flag for depot." Arcadia Tribune, January 11, 1970.
40. "Lucky Baldwin railroad depot premiere night." Arcadia News-Post, July 2, 1970.
41. "Put 200 men to work." Arcadia News-Post, July 22, 1970.
42. "Members of the Chamber of Commerce." Arcadia News-Post, June 17, 1970.
43. "Patricia Warren, Arboretum Historical Curator." Arcadia News-Post, September 18, 1970.
44. "Depot dedication full of nostalgia." Arcadia News-Post, September 30, 1970.
45. "Supervisor Frank G. Bonelli." Arcadia News-Post, September 26, 1970.
46. Invitation to official dedication ceremonies for Santa Anita Depot. September 25, 1970.
47. "A dream come true in Arcadia." Arcadia Tribune, September 27, 1970.
48. "Golden spike marks finish." Arcadia Tribune, April 11, 1971.
49. "Historic Society drive preserved Santa Fe Depot." Arcadia Tribune, August 16, 1973.
50. "The Santa Anita Station." Cover of The View from Sierra Madre, September 28, 1972.
51. "History of the Santa Anita (Santa Fe) Depot." Historical Society.
52. "Santa Anita Station." 8x10 drawing by E. Reukama, circa 1969.
53. "Lucky Baldwin furnished the brick." 3x5 photo.
54. "Santa Anita Depot history." Article by Patricia Warren of the Arboretum.
55. "Santa Anita Depot." The Westerners, June 1974.
56. Blue prints from Laddie Dick.
57. "The Harvard telescope was unloaded." Notes by W.W. Robinson in The San Gabriel Mountains, 1977.
58. "Demolition-threatened depot now popular Arcadia landmark." Arcadia Tribune, March, 5, 1978.
59. Miscellaneous news clips relating Santa Anita Railroad Station, Sierra Madre Vista, 1890-1891.
60. "We were shown the plans and specifications of the new depot." Sierra Madre Vista, April 14, 1888.
61. "Santa Anita Station was opened for use on November 1, 1890." Research by Sandy Snider, Los Angeles County Arboretum, November 1979.
62. "The story of the Santa Anita Depot." Sandy Snider, Los Angeles County Arboretum, given at the 10th anniversary of its dedication, September 1980.
63. "Santa Anita Depot." Pasadena Union, p. A1, September 6, 1972.
64. Original Santa Anita Station when Old ranch Road crossed the tracks. Sepia postcard, Coldwell-Banker Realtors, Arcadia. No date.
65. "Moving Day - Save-the-Depot." Pasadena Star News, September 12, 1969.
66. "Deserted depot at Santa Anita link to fabulous Lucky Baldwin." Pasadena Star News, no date.
Subjects
Railroads-Santa Anita Station
Item ID
186AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Railroads-Arcadia Santa Fe Station

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Arcadia Santa Fe Station -- Built in 1885. Formerly on St. Joseph St. at First Avenue, it has been moved to the Pomona Fairgrounds.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Arcadia Santa Fe Station -- Built in 1885. Formerly on St. Joseph St. at First Avenue, it has been moved to the Pomona Fairgrounds.
Item ID
73L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Railroads-Light Rail-Metro Gold Line

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Contents
1. Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, Winter 2011. A 2-sided information flyer including quick facts, project funding, construction authority background that accompanied a model of the Metro Gold Line on display at the library starting in early 2011. 2. Metro Gold Line Extension information in a s…
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1. Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, Winter 2011. A 2-sided information flyer including quick facts, project funding, construction authority background that accompanied a model of the Metro Gold Line on display at the library starting in early 2011.
2. Metro Gold Line Extension information in a supplement called "Civic Leadership" in the Pasadena Star News, January 31, 2011. "Once the environmental process is completed in 2012, the project will be ready for funding at the local and federal levels. Metro has made funding the Foothill Extension from Azusa to Montclair a priority project for the agency.
3. Memo from Jason Kruckeberg, Asst. City Manager / Development Services Director and Phil Wray, Deputy Director of Development Services/City Engineer to Mayor and City Council re: Discussion of Gold Line Project Status-City's Commitments and Progress Review. August 16, 2011.
4. Artist renderings of future Arcadia Station and I-210 Gold Line Bridge (to resemble weaved baskets).
5. Introducing six new stations in five cities--Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale, Azusa-Alameda and Azusa-Citrus. Construction completion on track for 2015. Habib F. Balian, CEO of Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority is pictured. An award winning team of contractors and engineers include Skanska, Hill International, Jacobs, Patterson & Associates, Inc.
6. Staff report from Jason Kruckeberg to Mayor and City Council, April 3, 2012 re: report, discussion and direction regarding Gold Line parking structure and transit plaza, with drawings.
7. Three train bridges, station coming. Mountain Views News, p. 6, February 16, 2013.
8. Foothill Gold Line extension updates. Arcadia Weekly, p. 8, February 21, 2013. Updates on design work, demolition, station locations.
9. Santa Anita Bridge groundbreaking.Mountain Views News, p. 7, April 20, 2013.
10. Gold Line construction extends closure of Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena Star News, p. A3, May 4, 2013.
11. Gold Line bridge project to conclude on Colorado Boulevard. Nearly five months of construction ends, but heavy work to begin on Santa Anita Avenue. Pasadena Star News, p. A10. May 29, 2013.
12. Gold Line construction moving forward. First Avenue in Arcadia to open by the end of March. Arcadia Weekly, March 13, 2014.
13. Gold Line station art revealed, April 29, 2014. Retrieved from http://arcadiachamber.org on May 1, 2014.
14. Foothill Gold Line Pasadena to Azusa Update. Construction (bridges, at-grade crossings) continues on time and on budget for a September 2015 turn-over to Metro. Mountain Views News, Section B-p. 1, June 6, 2014.
15. Downtown Arcadia intersection at Huntington and Second will be closed for Gold Line construction, August 6, 2014. Retrieved from www.pasadenastarnews.com on August 11, 2014.
16. Chamber's key role in Gold Line station by Scott Hettrick, August 24, 2015. Retrieved from ArcadiaCAChamber.org on August 25, 2015.
17. Foothill Gold Line Newsletter. Third quarter 2014, with construction update and inserts about Arcadia Station (station artist Michael Davis) and Who Knew Building a Light Rail Track Could Be So Interesting?
18. A-C. 18A. City of Arcadia Holiday Tree Lighting and Dedication December 5, 2015 at Arcadia Transit Plaza. 18B. Arcadia Transit Plaza Dedication Ceremony November 6, 2014. 18C. Arcadia's Grand Opening Celebrationg. Gold Line is coming to Arcadia Saturday, March 5, 2016-Ribbon cutting and station celebration (2 copies).
19. Metro to offer free rides on new Gold Line extension March 5: community events planned at five stations. Arcadia Station at 201 N. First Avenue. Arcadia Weekly, February 25, 2016.
20. Gold Line extension unlikely to affect big traffic jams: history shows trains won't impact freeways. Pasadena Star News, March 2, 2016.
21.Two articles. Where the gold train takes you. Riding the new Gold Line Foothill Extension? Check out 21 activities, local attractions. Art at new Gold Line stations tells cities' stories. Pasadena Star News, March 1, 2016.
22. Opening Day of Metro Gold Line Arcadia Station marketing items: Metro Map & Pocket Guide; Metro Rider's Guide; Arcadia Shop dine stay enjoy coupon book; What is Tap? Instructional Coloring Book; Celebrate the grand opening March 5, 2016 flyer; Heads up watch for trains perforated train model of Kinkisharyo P3010.
23. The ABCs of the Gold Line. Arcadia Weekly, March 3, 2016.
24. All aboard! Metro's Gold Line comes a long way to connect Pasadena to Azusa on Saturday. Pasadena Weekly, March 3, 2016.
25. City of Arcadia celebrates opening of the Gold Line Extension. Arcadia Transit introduces new shuttle service in conjunction with Metro Gold Line opening. Mountain Views News, February 27, 2016.
26. Gold Line fuels nearby projects: extension generating money for area cities. Pasadena Star News, p. A1, A5, February 29, 2016.
27. Wheels: Go east young man: Gold Line opening ceremony prompts historic musings on the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe. Pasadena Weekly, p. 14, March 3, 2016. By Lauren Holland.
Subjects
Railroads-Light Rail-Metro Gold Line
Item ID
293AF
Collection
Subject Files
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South Pasadena Station

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
South Pasadena Station -- Built in 1900 by what was then the California Southern Railway Company, its second-story served as the living quarters for the station agent and his family.

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
South Pasadena Station -- Built in 1900 by what was then the California Southern Railway Company, its second-story served as the living quarters for the station agent and his family.
Item ID
50W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Arcadia residents Alex and Jim Stevenson are photographed at Clemson University in South Carolina with a copy of Pasadena Star News.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News A2 w/photo
Date
July 6, 2004
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News A2 w/photo
Date
July 6, 2004
Subjects
Stevenson, Alex
Stevenson, Jim
Clemson University, South Carolina
Item ID
28941AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Gold Line construction moving forward on schedule. First Avenue in Arcadia to open by the end of March. See hard copy VF "Railroads-Light Rail-Metro Gold Line."

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
March 13, 2014
Pages
p. 1, 6
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
March 13, 2014
Pages
p. 1, 6
Subjects
Gold Line
Light Rail
Trains
Transportation
Item ID
33971AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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The Arcadia Redevelopment Agency granted Stanley Gribble and Associates a 6-month exclusive right to negotiate with the city to develop a commercial project at the east end of the city between the railroad tracks on the south and west, Huntington on the north and 5th Avenue on the east.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 6, 1985
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 6, 1985
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Community Redevelopment
Item ID
1315AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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The developer of Monrovia's Huntington Oaks shopping center now has an exclusive right to negotiate with the Arcadia Redevelopment Agency to construct a $17.3 million office and restaurant complex on the south side of Huntington Drive between the railroad tracks and the east boundary of the city.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 18, 1985
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
August 18, 1985
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Community Redevelopment
Item ID
1314AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Arcadia man Feng Xian, 21, was arrested by South Pasadena police and was charged with 8 felony counts of credit card fraud and forgery.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News,
Date
January 25, 2013
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News,
Date
January 25, 2013
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
Crime and Criminals
Xian, Feng
Item ID
33557AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Community mourns slain South Pasadena five-year-old boy Aramazd "Piqui" Andressian Jr. at memorial service at Los Angeles County Arboretum.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
July 21, 2017
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
July 21, 2017
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
Andressian, Aramazd
Estevez, Ana
Item ID
35123AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Arcadia resident Frank Jones helped save the life of Debora Del Moral in South Pasadena after seeing a fire at an apartment complex on Prospect Avenue.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
June 19, 1997
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
June 19, 1997
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Jones, Frank
Del Moral, Debora
Fires
Item ID
26032AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Plans for a series of office buildings and a high-rise hotel in the Arcadia redevelopment area require general plan and zone changes. The first move is an environmental impact report for the area bounded by the 210 Freeway on the north, the railroad tracks on the south, Fifth Avenue on the east and Second Avenue on the west.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 13, 1980
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 13, 1980
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Community Redevelopment
Item ID
1273AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Mrs. Richard Durkee, known professionally as "Carmeleta," will appear in South Pasadena before a Masonic Lodge meeting. She recently opened a studio in the Arcadia Music Mart.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Bulletin
Date
September 1, 1952
Pages
p. 4
Newspaper
Arcadia Bulletin
Date
September 1, 1952
Pages
p. 4
Subjects
Durkee, Mrs. Richard
Carmeleta
Item ID
13097AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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A high school marching band from Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, Arcadia's Sister City, will march in the Pasadena Rose Parade on Jan. 2, 1984.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 3, 1983
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 3, 1983
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Sister City - Newcastle, Australia
Item ID
3226AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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View northeast over Pacific Electric Railroad. Ross Field Balloon School occupies portion on right side of photo over to the railroad tracks. The street marking its northern boundary would be Huntington Drive. The large rectangle just north of this street was Rancho Resevoir, converted into a swimming pool. The principal street marking east boundary of Balloon School property running north to south across this photo about at middle, is Santa Anita Avenue.

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Date
November, 1929

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Date
November, 1929
Subjects
Aerial Photo Collection
Aerial views
Balloon School
Pacific Electric Railway
Railroads
Ross Field
ID
630
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Aerial view looking north over flooded Santa Anita Wash looking upstream. Street cutting across photo closest to bottom is Huntington Drive. The next crossing upstream carries Santa Fe Railroad track. The last crossing that is clearly visible is Pacific Electric Railroad bridge. North/south street crossing Huntington Drive nearest wash would be Fifth Avenue. Foothill Boulevard is just barely visible near top of photo.

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Date
March 3, 1938

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