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Two Arcadia Unified School District schools earn California Distinguished School honors--Holly Avenue Elementary School and Longley Way Elementary School.

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Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
May 12, 2018
Pages
p. 6

A school by school list of APi and AYP test scores is printed, including Arcadia Unified School District schools.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 1, 2004
Pages
p. A4
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 1, 2004
Pages
p. A4
Subjects
Academic Performance Index (API)
Adequate Yearly Performance (AYP)
Test Scores
Accountability progress report.
Item ID
29248AN
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Newspaper Index
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The top ten San Gabriel Valley high school baseball teams will compete in the Arcadia Elks Tournament starting tomorrow. The top ten includes teams from Arcadia High School, Alhambra High School, Monrovia High School, Maranatha High School, St. Francis High School, Temple City High School, Gabrielino High School, San Marino High School, South Pasadena High School, and La Canada High School. Pictured are Arcadia High School pitcher/short stop Garrett Tuck, first baseman Tim Smoley, and pitcher Bryce Rutherford.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 5, 2009
Pages
p. C1, C3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 5, 2009
Pages
p. C1, C3
Subjects
Arcadia Elks Tournament
Arcadia High School sports
Boys basketball
Rutherford, Bryce
Smoley, Tim
Tuck, Garrett
Item ID
31591AN
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Newspaper Index
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School

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Contents
1. High School commencement will never be like THAT again in Arcadia. Los Angeles Times July 1, 1965. 2. Where would the high school be located. news clip June 1, 1951. 3. How independent can you get? Brochure done of AUSD on independent study. 1968-69. 4. Arcadia High's Library among the …
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1. High School commencement will never be like THAT again in Arcadia. Los Angeles Times July 1, 1965.
2. Where would the high school be located. news clip June 1, 1951.
3. How independent can you get? Brochure done of AUSD on independent study. 1968-69.
4. Arcadia High's Library among the best in California. News-Post February 25, 1969.
5. 20th reunion of first graduating class. Arcadia Tribune June 25, 1975.
6. What is independent study all about? Article by Dr. Donald W. Empey in JOURNAL OF SECONDARY EDUCATION. March 1968.
7. Track management class is one of a kind. Arcadia Tribune March 24, 1977.
8. Arcadia students learn operations of race track. Los Angeles Times January 25, 1976.
9. Building AHS: questions, conflicts, decisions. Arcadia Tribune May 25, 1978.
10. Arcadia High School - Class of '68. Mini yearbook published by class for 10th year reunion.
11. Class of 1968 10th year reunion survey. Data on students 10 years after graduation gathered and reported by 1068 Alumni Committee.
12. First Annual Commencement - June 16, 1955. Program with list of first graduating class.
13. Arcadia High School Commencement - 1961. Program with listing of graduating class.
14. Marching band madness. Article from SUNSET, October 1981, on marching band competition.
15. Arcadia High Library to undergo upgrading. Los Angeles Times May 15, 1967.
16. AHS Band ends thrill packed tour (at Eisenhower's inaugural parade). Arcadia Tribune January 24, 1957.
17. Communities and high schools work to make graduation special, proms memorable - Arcadia. news clip from CALIFORNIANS FOR DRUG-FREE YOUTH, INC. September 1987.
18. Arcadia Apache Football Program. 1992 Varsity Schedule.
19. Invitation to dedication and open house of Arcadia High School J Building and Music Building. October 20, 1994.
20. In school, a minority no longer. Article on changing ethnic mix at Arcadia High School. Los Angeles Times December 26, 1995.
21. Profile of Arcadia Unified School District. AUSD Home Page, World Wide Web. March 4, 1996.
22. June 11, 1997 issue of Apache Pow Wow, listing 1997 graduates and articles about selected students.
23. Arcadia High School commencement program June 12, 1998.
24. AUSD Community News November 1997 regarding retention of "Apache" as school mascot.
25. Arcadia High School Curriculum Guide 1999-2000.
26. 2001-2002 profile of Arcadia High School. October 2001.
27. Arcadia High School SAT Scores 1994-2001, 2001 Advanced Placement results, senior class National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists and commended students, GPA for 2000-2001 graduates, and college choices.
28. Flyer for the new "Apache Pit" Arcadia Teen Center at the Arcadia High School. November, 2002.
29. Arcadia Festival of Bands Band Review Map and schedule for 2002. (The 49th annual Festival of Bands hosted by the Arcadia High School Apache marching band held on November 16, 2002.)
30. 2002-2003 profile of Arcadia High School. October 2002.
31. Arcadia High School SAT Scores 1997-2002, 2002 Advanced Placement results, senior class National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists and commended students, GPA for 2001-2002 graduates, and college choices.
32. Letter by Lori Nelson, founding member of Alliance Against Racial Mascots, discussing the use of the Apache mascot at Arcadia High School. Pasadena Weekly, July 3, 2003, p. 4
33. Letter from Christeen Taniguchi of Galvin Preservation Associates, dated May 15, 2007, requesting public comments and information regarding potential historical resources located within the Arcadia High School development project area. Enclosures include aerial map of the campus and layout of the campus with buildings marked for demolition.
34. Arcadia High School 35th annual commencement program June 16, 1989.
35. Program from the 55th Annual Arcadia Festival of Bands hosted by Arcadia High School, Dana, First Avenue, and Foothills Middle School, held on November 22, 2008.
36. Arcadia High School 55th annual commencement program June 12, 2009 at Santa Anita Park.
37. Arcadia High School "Choral Carousel" concert DVD, May 1, 2007. Director: Rolland A. Maxson, featuring Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Chanteurs, New Spirit. In the "Arcadia History Room Media Box."
38. Arcadia High School-The Big Pow Wow XV-Choir concert DVD, March 20, 2009. Advanced Division with performances by Burbank High School, Burroughs High School, Brea Olinda High School, Hart High School, Glendora High School, Diamond Bar High School and Arcadia High School. AHS "New Spirit" choir (director Rollie Maxson, choreographer Doug La) performs songs, "I got the sun in the morning," "Will you love me tomorrow?" "Sugartime," "The Red Red Rose," "Sixties Chicks." AHS Chanteurs choir (director Rollie Maxson, choreographer Jessica Young) perform songs "Lullaby of Broadway," "When will I be loved," "We belong," "September in the rain," and "Johnny B. Goode." In the "Arcadia History Room Media Box."
39. Arcadia High School graduation/commencement program, June 19, 1969.
40. Orchesis, Arcadia High School presents Reverie: Visions of Sound, March 20 and 21, 1969. Dance performance program. 2 copies.
41. Photo and caption. Members of the Apache Marching Band celebrate after their encore win at the Long Beach All Western Band Review in December. Arcadia Tribune, p. 1, December 26, 1974.
42. 1966 Apaches prepare Arcadia reunion. Arcadia High School class of 1966 will hold their 45th class reunion at the Turf Club at Santa Anita Park. Photo from 1966 of AHS seniors posing with Model A Ford. The Weekly Star, October 16, 2011.
43a and 43b. Arcadia High School Theatre Department programs from drama productions "Noises Off" November 3-7, 2009 and "Sordid Lives," November 16-20, 2010. Both directed by Steven Volpe.
44. Orchesis Dance Company 2009-2010 program "Let the bass kick."
45. No Apaches Down, Arcadia Apaches 2012. 2012 Football Season Program, with photos of Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen Teams.
46. Arcadia High School Theatre Department presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Director: Steven Volpe, Musical Director: Stephen Pu, Choreographers: Jia Huang and Liza Tedford; March 2012.
47. "Arcadia High School dancers kick off spring show,"Weekly Star, April 21, 2013. Orchesis performs their spring dance show "My Lucky Strike" at the school's performing arts center.
48. Jerry Herman High School Musical Theatre Awards of Los Angeles, May 19, 2013 at Pantages Theatre. Arcadia High School Theatre Department performed award-winning "The Drowsy Chaperone."
49. Arcadia High School biology teacher Joan Stevens struggles to save the permaculture garden from being bulldozed. Stevens is working with district officials to turn the garden into an outdoor classroom. Pasadena Star News, p. A6, June 16, 2013.
50. Open letter to Arcadia Community by school board members Cung Nguyen, Lori Phillipi, and Kay Kinsler, re: firing of Arcadia high School cross country coach James O'Brien. Pasadena Star News, p. A2, August 11, 2013.
51. School recall targets issue open letter. Mountain Views News, August 17, 2013. Regarding the firing of Arcadia High School cross country coach Jim O'Brien, school board members Cung Nguyen, Lori Phillipi, and Kay Kinsler publish an open letter.
52. A review of fired cross country coach James O'Brien's personnel file shows he was popular among parents and athletes, but clashed with administrators and another coach during his 17 year coaching career. From Pasadenastarnews.com, August 31, 2013. Retrieved October 19, 2013.
53. Dr. Richard Cordano honored. A room in new Arcadia Performing Arts Center was dedicated to him. Mountain Views News, July 13, 2013.
54. Arcadia High School has a new $4 million gym, paid for by Meaasure I. The original gym (1956) was completely renovated, with increased capacity to about 1,150 seats. Many of the gym's features are state of the art (motorized, telescopic bleachers, energy efficient lighting, air conditioning, new floor). Arcadia Weekly, p. 16, December 5, 2013.
55. Arcadia High School receives prestigious gold medal ranking by U.S. news and World Report. Mountain Views News, April 26, 2014.
56. Arcadia Festival of Bands, 50th anniversary program, 2003. Includes band review order of performance and some historical photos.
57. Arcadia High School graduation 60th annual commencement program, June 11, 2014.
58. Arcadia Festival of Bands, program from 2004 theme Salute to Our Hometown Heroes (Veterans, military, photos and biographies); program from 2005 theme Tradition of Excellence; program from 2006 theme Tradition of Excellence. Includes band review order of performance and photos.
59. Several articles. Arcadia Apaches name use is challenged, Arcadia Weekly, September 11, 1997. Apaches are here to stay, Arcadia Weekly, October 30, 1997. Indians will keep up pressure, high school will remain Apaches, two sides of the controversy, Arcadia Weekly, February 3, 2000. Apache band captures praise in Arizona while wearing new Apache-approved headdresses, Arcadia Weekly, September 7, 2000. Arcadia board reaffirms use of Apache name, Arcadia Weekly, March 30, 2000. Board wants to keep Apache name, opposes AB 2115, Arcadia Weekly, May 16, 2002. Arcadia City Council opposes tribal mascot bill, Arcadia Weekly, June 6, 2002. Decades-long debate over Arcadia High School's use of Apache imagery resurfaces, Arcadia Weekly, June 25, 2020. District to reconsider Apaches as mascot amid online petition drive, Pasadena Star News, July 14, 2020.
Subjects
Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School
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2 folders
Item ID
218AF
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Schools - High Schools - Monrovia High School

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1. Thirty-second annual commencement - Monrovia High School, 1926. Copy of complete program, copied from original loaned by Adrian Winkler in January 1981. note: before M.A.D. was built, Arcadia students went to Monrovia H.S. 2. Monrovia High School history, from book The Schools in Our Town by…
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1. Thirty-second annual commencement - Monrovia High School, 1926. Copy of complete program, copied from original loaned by Adrian Winkler in January 1981. note: before M.A.D. was built, Arcadia students went to Monrovia H.S.
2. Monrovia High School history, from book The Schools in Our Town by Monrovia Students Past and Present, edited by E. Louise Osbrink, including cover image and some history of M.A.D. High School (Monrovia Arcadia Duarte H.S.), 2004.
Subjects
Schools - High Schools - Monrovia High School
Item ID
221AF
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Holly Avenue Elementary School and Longley Way Elementary School earn California Distinguished School honors.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
May 10, 2018
Pages
p. 15

Barnhart School celebrates its middle school's 30th anniversary and new look for the 2016-2017 school year.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
October 27, 2016
Pages
p. 20
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
October 27, 2016
Pages
p. 20
Subjects
Barnhart School
Item ID
34893AN
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Newspaper Index
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The school district will re-structure its alternative education program at the Huntington High School beginning next school year.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 31, 1992
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
May 31, 1992
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Schools-Huntington High School
Item ID
74AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Maranatha High School apparently will be allowed to lease Sierra Mesa Elementary School from the Pasadena Unified School District.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 1, 1981
Pages
p. A-3
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 1, 1981
Pages
p. A-3
Subjects
Schools, Private - Maranatha High School
Item ID
3076AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School - Reunion Books

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1. Class of 1970. 2. Class of 1971. 3. Class of 1980. 4. Class of 1968, 40 year reunion biography book, 2008 on DVD. See black box of discs labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box. 5. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 10 year reunion book dated August 11, 1979. 6. Class of 1969 Arcadia High Schoo…
Contents
1. Class of 1970.
2. Class of 1971.
3. Class of 1980.
4. Class of 1968, 40 year reunion biography book, 2008 on DVD. See black box of discs labeled Arcadia History Room Media Box.
5. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 10 year reunion book dated August 11, 1979.
6. Class of 1969 Arcadia High School 20 year reunion book.
7. Class of 1957, Tenth anniversary reunion
8. Class of 1957, Twentieth anniversary reunion
9A. Class of 1957, fifty year reunion book. 9B. Class of 1957, fifty year reunion biographical sketches.
Subjects
Schools - High Schools - Arcadia High School - Reunion Books
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219AF
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Subject Files
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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper

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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper vol. 21 (1972-1973), vol. 27 (1978-1979), vol. 28 (1979-1980), vol. 36 (1987-1988).
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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper vol. 21 (1972-1973), vol. 27 (1978-1979), vol. 28 (1979-1980), vol. 36 (1987-1988).
Subjects
Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper
Location
Basement
Box Number
Box 127
Shelf Number
Shelf H12
Item ID
440AF
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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper

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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper vol. 21 (1972-1973) (6 copies)
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Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper vol. 21 (1972-1973) (6 copies)
Subjects
Arcadia High School Apache Pow Wow school newspaper
Location
Basement
Box Number
Box 128
Shelf Number
Shelf H12
Item ID
441AF
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John B. Simmons, principal of Continuation High School, will be honored by the school district for his efforts in developing and administrating the Continuation High School program. Simmons' background and the school's program are discussed.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
December 13, 1981
Pages
p. A-2
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
December 13, 1981
Pages
p. A-2
Subjects
Schools - Employees - Simmons, John B.
Item ID
2872AN
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Barnhart School in Arcadia names a new Head of the School for the 2007-2008 school year. Her name is Joanne Testa-Cross.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 24, 2007
Pages
p. Local 2
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 24, 2007
Pages
p. Local 2
Subjects
Arcadia schools - private
Barnhart School
Educators
Testa-Cross, Joanne
Item ID
30558AN
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The school district's four-year school repair program enters its final phase this week with the $8.5 million renovation of Arcadia High School.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
April 25, 1996
Pages
p. A-3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
April 25, 1996
Pages
p. A-3
Subjects
Arcadia High School
Item ID
5696AN
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Newspaper Index
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Schools - High Schools - Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School

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1. Continuation High has backside, too. (Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School)
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1. Continuation High has backside, too. (Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School)
Subjects
Schools - High Schools - Santa Anita Park Backside Continuation High School
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The Arcadia High School Executive Council decided to retain the Apache as school mascot.

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Newspaper
Sierra Madre News
Date
October 30, 1997
Pages
p. 9
Newspaper
Sierra Madre News
Date
October 30, 1997
Pages
p. 9
Subjects
Apache Nation
Arcadia High School Apaches logo
Arcadia High School - Mascot
Native American Indian Tribes
Item ID
11108AN
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1. "Making charts of air currents." Arcadia Journal, June 21, 1919. 2. "Mercury Flights Through Cloudland (1917)." Advertising brochure for sightseeing flights. One of the attractions was the Balloon School. Copied from the original owned by Sid Platford. 3. "Veteran recalls balloon field." Ar…
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1. "Making charts of air currents." Arcadia Journal, June 21, 1919.
2. "Mercury Flights Through Cloudland (1917)." Advertising brochure for sightseeing flights. One of the attractions was the Balloon School. Copied from the original owned by Sid Platford.
3. "Veteran recalls balloon field." Arcadia Tribune, July 1, 1976, page 1.
4. "Observation balloons ruled air." Arcadia Tribune, August 16, 1973.
5. " 'Eyes of Army' look back." Los Angeles Times, September 30, 1966, Part II, page 1.
6. "Veteran balloon pilots." Arcadia News-Post, September 29, 1966.
7. Goddard correspondence, March 22, 1965
8. "Gasbaggers reunion." Arcadia Tribune, October 2, 1966.
9. "Eyes trained at Arcadia." Branding Iron, December 1962, reprint.
10. "Eyes trained at Arcadia," by J.H. Richardson, in manuscript form.
11. "Ross field wrecking rushed." Copies from Alton Green scrapbook.
12. Balloon School personal account. 5 typed sheet.
13. "C-2 is expected." Arcadia Journal, September 23, 1922.
14. "History of Fort Omaha Balloon School. Copies from Omaha newspaper.
15. "Show Ross Field return secured by Hoeppel." Arcadia Tribune, June 2, 1963.
16. "Balloon corps veterans plan." Arcadia Tribune, September 18, 1966.
17. "Earlier days in Los Angeles, about Woodrow Wilson, carrier pigeon." News clip, April 7, 1974.
18. Corps member Cathcart's letter. June 30, 1964.
19. "Earlier days in Los Angeles, about first all night observation trip." June 1969.
20. Photos showing buildings, hospital, and balloons in the air. Arcadian Observer, December 21, 1918, page 19, 31, 60.
21. "Panorama of our new school." Arcadian Observer, August 3, 1918.
22. "The U.S. Army Balloon School." Arcadian Observer, September 1918, supplement.
23. "Swimming pool and clubhouse." Arcadian Observer, September 1918, supplement.
24. Correspondence from Akron-Summit County Public Library. Letter in reply to Balloon School information request, June 5, 1978.
25. Correspondence from the Department of the Army. Letter in reply to Balloon School information request, June 13, 1978.
26. Correspondence between Donald G. Cathcart and the City of Arcadia, 1964.
27. Completion Report Number 1 covering construction of Army Balloon School, October 1, 1918. 40 pages. Purchased from National Archives in 1978.
28. "Arcadia man recalls ballooning days." (Rudolph C. Shosted) Monrovia Journal, April 11, 1974. (Also in Arcadia Tribune, April 11, 1974, p. A2)
29. "Colonel W.N. Hensley, Jr., commanding." Arcadian Observer, September 1918, page 3.
30. "Airships tracked enemy from Arcadia balloon base." Arcadia Tribune, January 26, 1978.
31. Copies of photos with designation of various sections of base.
32. "Major Max Fleischman." Arcadian Observer, October 5, 1918.
33. "The Arcadia Balloon School, 1918." Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly, October 1980. Photo with lengthy caption.
34. "Ross Field does fadeout." Los Angeles Times, November 15, 1933, Part I , page 6.
35. "Close blind pig at once!" Hensley blind pigs is slang for speak easy or illegal operation, and referred to a need to clean them up if Balloon School is to be here. Arcadia Journal, June 8, 1918.
36. "Arcadia will be aircraft center." Arcadia Journal, September 28, 1918.
37. Correspondence regarding archival holdings on Balloon School in National Archives, June 16, 1978.
38. The first all night observation trip.
39. "Au revoir Col. Hensley." Arcadian Observer, September 1918, page 6.
40. Recollection of Mr. John Milton Huston, stationed here at 21.
41. "The post band." Arcadia Observer, November 9, 1918, page 6.
42. "Balloons re-enter the wars." News clip, October 7, 1951, possibly from an Omaha publication.
43. "Airborne 'elephants' once inhabited Arcadia's skies." Fedco Reporter, May 1988, by J.D. Carroll.
44. "Observer." Arcadian Observer, September 1918, page 19.
45. "New commander in charge of Arcadia." Arcadian Observer, January 4, 1919, page 8.
46. "First American Balloon Officer to die in action." (Lt. Cleo J. Ross) Arcadian Observer, November 2, 1918, page 27.
47. "Two balloon men killed by bomb." Arcadia Journal, September 28, 1918.
48. "Balloon School awaits on order." Arcadia Journal, March 30, 1918.
49. Sample of letterhead stationery from Balloon School.
50. "L.A. Scene - The City then and now." Balloon School/Arcadia County Park. Los Angeles Times, December 20, 1993, page B3.
51. "Officers to have a camp at Arcadia." Temple Times, June 26, 1924.
52. "Pioneer 'Birdman' recalls balloon exploits in Pasadena area." Arcadia man won fame in flying dirigible. Pasadena Star News, March 16, 1952.
53. "Ross Field use known June 1." News clip, May 8, 1929.
54. " Ross Field bill voted by houses." News clip, March 4, 1933.
55. "Ross Field Parks Project near vote by County leaders." Pasadena Star News, May 14, 1933.
56. "Ross Field purchase is urged on Council." News clip, May 18, 1933.
57. "Ross Field planned to become new park as County gets deed." News clip, August 1, 1935.
58. "Ross Field betterment approved." News clip, August 2, 1935.
59. "Ross Field to harbor zeppelin and Ross Field hangar leased as zeppelin assembling center." News clip, no date.
60. "Air planes gather at Ross Field for zeppelin activities." News clip, May 22, 1929. "Pilots will be trained at Ross." News clip, May 22, 1929. "Light tests on way at Ross site." News clip, May 18, 1929.
61. "U.S. returns Ross Field as sports center." News clip, June 11, 1935.
62. "Army School Ross Field Project." News clip, June 24, 1930.
63. "Park agreed at balloon field site." News clip, July 3, 1935.
64. "$55,655 price decision near on Ross Field." News clip, May 17, 1933. "Senate passes Arcadia Bill." Los Angeles Times, 1933.
65. "Set date for zeppelin to take air." News clip, May 28, 1929.
66. "Dirigible's keel laid at Ross." News clip, May 20, 1929.
67. "Group backs Ross Field measure." News clip, January 24, 1933.
68. "Senate passes balloon camp land transfer." News clip, February 10, 1933.
69. 1996 Heritage Calendar by Chino Valley Bank. Includes photos of U.S. Army Balloon Corp station.
70. "Today and yesterday of the Arcadia Balloon School Field." Pasadena Star News, July 4, 1931.
71. Copies of photos of Ray Walters, stationed at the Balloon School. Photo and article regarding the first annual picnic, June 1938.
72. Copy of photo #186.
73. "Army's biggest balloon school coming here." Los Angeles Times, March 13, 1916, Part II, page 1.
74. First draft chapter on Ross Field, by Arcadia resident John Irwin.
75. "Balloon Work Conditions Better, Y.M.C.A. Outpost is Established at Stocker Field, Officers Will Play Ball Tonight at Balloon Camp." Pasadena Star News, July 18, 1918.
76. World War I Heroes Remembered : Cleo J. Ross. Written by Ken Hudnut. (Internet article)
77. California Aviation History : The Army Balloon School, Ross Field, Arcadia, California, by Richard DesChenes. From the California State Military Department, California Military Museum. http:www.militarymuseum.org/BalloonSch.html
78. "Pasadena Public Library does bit for soldiers." Collection of books is provided for the military camp of the Seventh California regiment of guardsmen at Arcadia. Pasadena Star News, May 19, 1917, p. 13.
79. Overseas Army nurse, Grace Thompson, has been assigned to the post hospital at the United States Army Balloon School at Arcadia. Pasadena Star News, May 21, 1919, p. 11
80. "Heads For Camp in City." Thirty officers arrive from Fort Dodge, Iowa to take balloon duty in Arcadia. Many live in Arcadia. Lieutenant Colonel W.N. Hensley will host a dinner for his staff at Hotel Huntington. Pasadena Star News, Monday April 1, 1918.
81. "Tents Erected at Balloon Campsite." Seven tents for thirty men from the United States Army signal corps have been erected on the site of the new balloon station on the Baldwin Ranch in Arcadia. Pasadena Star News, April 4, 1918.
82. "May Give Up Camp Plans." Rumors from Washington say balloon station is not needed, decision will come soon, war department to meet with Los Angeles representatives. Pasadena Star News, April 9, 1918.
83. "Sale of Ross Field is Vetoed." War Department's wire stops sale of Ross Field to any private individual or municipality, government will reserve tract for other training. Pasadena Star News, April 13, 1927.
84. "Fire Plan Revision is Foresters' Job." Forest guards, patrolmen and registrars to complete training at Ross Field in Arcadia before fire season begins. Pasadena Star News clipping April 24, 1929.
85. "Forest fire work to be given trial. Rangers to carry out training program." The annual forest rangers' training school will be in session for two days at Ross Field, Arcadia. Pasadena Star News clipping, April 30, 1929.
86. Gallery Guide to Ruth and Charles Gilb Arcadia Historical Museum Exhibit, November 2005-January 2006. Exhibit called "War Department, Department of Military Aeronautics, Army Balloon School." Contains history of Balloon School.
87. Named "Ross Field" for Lieutenant Cleo J. Ross, killed in France. The Atlanta Constitution, May 23, 1919.
Subjects
Balloon School
Item ID
32AF
Collection
Subject Files
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1. Administrative guide. 92 pg. guide from the 1950s. 2. AUSD Public Hearing and Adoption of 1990-91 budget. June 25, 1990.
Contents
1. Administrative guide. 92 pg. guide from the 1950s.
2. AUSD Public Hearing and Adoption of 1990-91 budget. June 25, 1990.
Subjects
School Board
Item ID
207AF
Collection
Subject Files
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1. Arcadia School bus driver Ernest "Cal" Ford retires after 27 years. Arcadia Tribune May 29, 1980.
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1. Arcadia School bus driver Ernest "Cal" Ford retires after 27 years. Arcadia Tribune May 29, 1980.
Subjects
School Buses
Item ID
210AF
Collection
Subject Files
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