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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Palomares Oven -- Nearly all cooking was done outdoors in ovens such as this one used by the Palomares family.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Palomares Oven -- Nearly all cooking was done outdoors in ovens such as this one used by the Palomares family.
Item ID
12L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Hugo Reid Adobe (see also Baldwin Adobe)

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Contents
1. "Historic adobe gives up its secrets." Independent Star News, July 28, 1957. 2. "The house of the Scotch paisano." Lasca Leaves, January 1, 1958. 3. "Hugo Reid Adobe." Lasca Leaves, Spring 1959. 4. "Archaeological excavations in the patio." Lasca Leaves, Summer 1959. 5. "Historical research…
Contents
1. "Historic adobe gives up its secrets." Independent Star News, July 28, 1957.
2. "The house of the Scotch paisano." Lasca Leaves, January 1, 1958.
3. "Hugo Reid Adobe." Lasca Leaves, Spring 1959.
4. "Archaeological excavations in the patio." Lasca Leaves, Summer 1959.
5. "Historical research pertaining to ..." Lasca Leaves, Winter 1959. Two copies.
6. "Furnishing plan for the Hugo Reid Adobe." Los Angeles County Museum study, January 1960, 14 pages.
7. "The restorations at Rancho Santa Anita." Lasca Leaves, Winter 1961.
8. "The furnishings of the Hugo Reid Adobe." Lasca Leaves, Spring 1961.
9. "Historic objects from Hugo Reid Adobe." Lasca Leaves, Summer 1961.
10. "Restoration: Hugo Reid Adobe - Lucky Baldwin Coach House." Undated paper by O. Johnson.
11. Arcadia News Post, June 1, 1968. Photos and captions of Hugo Reid Adobe interior.
12. "Hugo Reid Adobe." By Reed and Kindig, November 5, 1987, two pages.
13. "Step in Adobe." Los Angeles Times, January 21, 1969 with photos.
14. "Youngsters digging for Adobe history." Los Angeles Times, August 4, 1969, Part II.
15. "Plaque marks Rancho fete: Santa Anita's 100th anniversary observed at simple ceremony." Los Angeles Times, April 20, 1941.
16. "Hugo Reid Adobe restores." Highlander-Pacesetter, July 13, 1983, page 5.
17. "The house of the Scotch paisano." Typewritten copy, same as #2 of this folder, August 15, 1957.
18. The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America Directory of Museum Houses 1961/62 listing Hugo Reid Adobe.
19. Program for the "Dedication of the Hugo Reid Adobe." May 5, 1961. Gift from the Pasadena Public Library.
20. "Old Hugo Reid Adobe regaining past glory" with photo by Bob Sherlock. Los Angeles Times, n.d., circa 1958/1959.
21. Three newspaper photos with captions of workers restoring the Hugo Reid Adobe. Pasadena Star News, November 28, 1958.
22. "Top historical finds made in restoring Reid home." no citation, circa 1958/1959.
23. "Historians hope Reid excavations can add to early California lore." Los Angeles Times, February 2, 1958.
24. "Colonial Dames take on a job" by Ed Ainsworth. Furnishings for the restored Hugo Reid Adobe will be collected by the Colonial Dames. Los Angeles Times, March 25, 1960.
25. "The house of the Scotch paisano: archaeological investigations at the Hugo Reid Adobe." By William J. Wallace, Roger J. Desautels, George Kritzman, August 12, 1957. Gift of Pasadena City College, June 14, 2006.
26. "Heritage" circa 1961. A film about the Hugo Reid Adobe restoration. Narrated by Brian Keith. DVD is in black media box in history room.
27. Graphics from the Archaeological Investigation at the Hugo Reid Adobe: Reference Use Only. State of California, Department of Parks and Recreation, Photographic Archives on 2 DVDs. Both DVDs are in the Arcadia History Room Media Box (black) and contain digital images/digital photographs in JPG and TIFF. Cover letter, signed usage contracts/licensing agreements, and inventory of file names (paper clipped together here). Photographic record of the archaeological investigations at the Hugo Reid Adobe, Arcadia, California, submitted September 15, 1958 by E. Taylor & Wallace.
28. Hugo Reid Adobe floor plan before excavation. No date.
Subjects
Hugo Reid Adobe (see also Baldwin Adobe)
Item ID
131AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Baldwin Adobe (see also Hugo Reid Adobe)

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Contents
1. Baldwin Adobe Restoration program "Lucky Lives Again," October 4, 2009. Committee includes Carol Libby, Jean Parrille, Joe Eisele, Lauragene Swenson, Mitchell Hearns Bishop, Sandy Snider, Scott Hettrick, Sho Tay. Front photo is Baldwin Home Place Courtyard. With insert Elias Jackson "Lucky" Bal…
Contents
1. Baldwin Adobe Restoration program "Lucky Lives Again," October 4, 2009. Committee includes Carol Libby, Jean Parrille, Joe Eisele, Lauragene Swenson, Mitchell Hearns Bishop, Sandy Snider, Scott Hettrick, Sho Tay. Front photo is Baldwin Home Place Courtyard. With insert Elias Jackson "Lucky" Baldwin, 1828-1909, facts and newspaper article excerpts about his life. He lived in the adobe for 34 years and died there.
2. Arboretum's shocking revelation: it isn't the Hugo Reid Adobe! by Bill Peters, Arcadia Weekly, October 8, 2009. Article about the Baldwin Adobe Restoration Project at the Los Angeles County Arboretum.
3. Room-by-room inventory of the Baldwin Home Place a.k.a. the Baldwin Adobe (all 8 rooms) just after Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin's death in 1909.
4. Invitation to Baldwin Adobe Restoration Committee event, "Lucky Lives Again," October 4, 2009.
5. The historical section of the Los Angeles County Arboretum described. It includes the Coach Barn, the Hugo Reid Adobe, and Queen Anne Cottage.
6. History of structure and ranch under various owners: report on the historic background of the "Hugo Reid" Adobe, Los Angeles County Arboretum. 4 pages by William W. Ellinger III, Historic Architect, Pasadena, CA. Copyright 2007.
7. "A tale of two adobes: searching for the real Hugo Reid Adobe" by Gary Cowles, from Westerners, The Branding Iron, Los Angeles Corral, Summer 2011. 6 pages.
Subjects
Baldwin Adobe (see also Hugo Reid Adobe)
Item ID
288AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Vejar Adobe -- In 1855 Don Ricardo Vejar built for his bride, Theresa Palomares, this home, one of the first two-storied adobes in California, on what was the Diamond Bar Ranch.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Vejar Adobe -- In 1855 Don Ricardo Vejar built for his bride, Theresa Palomares, this home, one of the first two-storied adobes in California, on what was the Diamond Bar Ranch.
Item ID
16L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Adobe Where Lucky Baldwin Died -- Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his adobe some 70 years previously, that Lucky Baldwin died in 1909. In 1959-60, the Adobe was restored. …

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Adobe Where Lucky Baldwin Died -- Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his adobe some 70 years previously, that Lucky Baldwin died in 1909. In 1959-60, the Adobe was restored. It remains where it has always been, just south of the lake in what is now the Arboretum.
Item ID
92L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Pio Pico Adobe (Before Restoration) -- Don Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California, acquired the land for this home in 1850, in what is now Whittier. The adobe was destroyed by the floods of 1883-84

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Pio Pico Adobe (Before Restoration) -- Don Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California, acquired the land for this home in 1850, in what is now Whittier. The adobe was destroyed by the floods of 1883-84
Item ID
13L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Pio Pico Adobe (Restored) -- This, Don Pico's second adobe known as "the mansion", had 33 rooms, and the fireplaces were so large that logs stood in them vertically.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Pio Pico Adobe (Restored) -- This, Don Pico's second adobe known as "the mansion", had 33 rooms, and the fireplaces were so large that logs stood in them vertically.
Item ID
14L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe (Restored) -- The restored Hugo Reid Adobe is located on the grounds of the Arboretum of Los Angeles County.

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe (Restored) -- The restored Hugo Reid Adobe is located on the grounds of the Arboretum of Los Angeles County.
Item ID
69L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Hugo Reid Adobe. Arboretum

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe -- Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. By the time Lucky Baldwin acquired the Rancho, an L-shaped wing had been added to the original three-room structure. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his…

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe -- Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. By the time Lucky Baldwin acquired the Rancho, an L-shaped wing had been added to the original three-room structure. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his adobe some 70 years previously, that Lucky Baldwin died in March, 1909. In 1959-60, the Adobe was restored. It remains where it has always been, just south of the lake on what is now the grounds of the Arboretum.
Item ID
9W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Arboretum. Hugo Reid Adobe

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe (Before Restoration) --Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his adobe some 70 years previously, that Lucky Baldwin died in 1909. In 1959-60, the Adobe was restore…

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Artist
Edna Lenz
Description
Hugo Reid Adobe (Before Restoration) --Built in 1840, the Hugo Reid Adobe was the first permanent structure built on Rancho Santa Anita. It was here, overlooking the lake where Hugo Reid had built his adobe some 70 years previously, that Lucky Baldwin died in 1909. In 1959-60, the Adobe was restored. It remains where it has always been, just south of the lake in what is now the Arboretum.
Item ID
68L
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Hugo Reid Adobe showing both the portion that is adobe plastered over, and the portion apparently added by E.J. "Lucky" Baldwin, which seems to be wood siding and shingle roof. This is north side of adobe, closest to lagoon.

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Date
c.1910

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Date
c.1910
Subjects
Hugo Reid Adobe
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
290
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Hugo Reid Adobe showing addition of wood made by E.J."Lucky" Baldwin, and original adobe with tile roof on right side of photo.

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Date
1937

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Date
1937
Subjects
Hugo Reid Adobe
Physical Description
6x10 b&w
ID
293
Collection
Photographs
Images
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San Gabriel Mission. Las Tunas Adobe

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Las Tunas Adobe -- Reputed to be the oldest adobe dwelling in California. It was occupied by the Padres during the construction of the San Gabriel Mission.

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Artist
Justine Wishek
Description
Las Tunas Adobe -- Reputed to be the oldest adobe dwelling in California. It was occupied by the Padres during the construction of the San Gabriel Mission.
Item ID
6W
Collection
Paintings
Images
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Baldwin Ranch greenhouse located south of the Adobe.

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Date
c.1905

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Date
c.1905
Subjects
Baldwin Ranch
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1164
Collection
Photographs
Images
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The Hugo Reid Adobe still stands in disrepair at the Los Angeles County Arboretum five years after preservation and restoration efforts should have started. At issue is whether it should be preserved as the Hugo Reid Adobe or reinterpreted as the Elias J. ("Lucky") Baldwin Adobe.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 11, 2006
Pages
p. B1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 11, 2006
Pages
p. B1
Subjects
Getty Foundation
Historic Buildings
Hugo Reid Adobe
Landmarks
Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden
Preservation
Item ID
30424AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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An early view south across lagoon toward Hugo Reid Adobe. At this time, the adobe had been greatly enlarged by E.J."Lucky" Baldwin. There is a row boat on the lagoon with a man at oars. Adobe appears to be painted white. This photograph belongs to the Huntington Library. It is shown here for research only.

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Date
c.1880's

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Date
c.1880's
Subjects
Hugo Reid Adobe
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
295
Collection
Photographs
Images
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North side of Hugo Reid Adobe facing Baldwin Lake.

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Date
circa 1939

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Date
circa 1939
Subjects
Arboretum
Hugo Reid Adobe
Reid, Hugo
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1713
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Hugo Reid Adobe. In this view, it has been plastered over the adobe and shutters hung at two windows. It has a tile roof. This probably shows only main building, and not portion added by Baldwin.

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Date
c.1910

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Date
c.1910
Subjects
Hugo Reid Adobe
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
289
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Carol Libby and Scott Hettrick of the Arcadia Historical Society are both on the Baldwin Adobe Restoration Committee, which wants to restore the Hugo Reid Adobe on the grounds of the Los Angeles County Arboretum. They want to re-create the adobe as it was in its heyday, when Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin lived there from 1875 until he died in 1909.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 24, 2009
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 24, 2009
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Baldwin Adobe Restoration Committee
Hettrick, Scott
Historic preservation
Hugo Reid Adobe
Libby, Carol
Los Angeles County Arboretum
Item ID
31922AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Hugo Reid Adobe showing free-flowing (Artesian) fountain in foreground.

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Date
circa 1939

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Date
circa 1939
Subjects
Arboretum
Hugo Reid Adobe
Reid, Hugo
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1714
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

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