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Sheep grazing beneath trees and apparently alongside a body of water (note extreme lower right section of photo). Believed to be on Rancho Santa Anita. Caption beneath one copy reads: "A pastoral scene on Santa Anita Rancho in 1890, just north of present Colorado Place."

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Date
1890

  1 image

Date
1890
Subjects
Rancho Santa Anita
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
120
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Rowing on the lake in a boat named CLARA are Clara Baldwin Stocker (second from right), Lucky Baldwin's elder daughter; Clara's fourth husband, Harold Stocker (rowing); and several friends. A copy of this photo appears in the March 2, 1909 Los Angeles Daily Times pt.II p.8 with the following identification: FAMILY GROUP ON THE LAKE AT SANTA ANITA. Left to right, in boat - Mr. Mathews, Mrs. F.D. Black, Mr. Stocker ("Lucky's son-in-law), Mrs. H.C. Wyatt, in white; Mrs. Stocker (Lucky's daughter) and Mrs. Scott. There are seven people seated in the boat, but only six names are identified in the newspaper article. Article is in Arcadia History file Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky", number 58 ("His greatest race run, 'Lucky' loses.)

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Date
1894

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Date
1894
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Stocker, Harold
Rancho Santa Anita-1875-1909
Mathews, Mr.
Black, Mrs. F.D.
Wyatt, Mrs. H.C.
Scott, Mrs.
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1162
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Cedar Walk on Ranch. Hugo Reid Adobe appears to be directly at the end of this walk. Note bell from San Gabriel Mission hanging in shelter made for it. Framed photos are of Baldwin's three hotels: Tallac at Lake Tahoe, Baldwin Hotel & Theater, San Francisco, and the Oakwood, Arcadia.

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Date
February 12, 1894

  1 image

Date
February 12, 1894
Subjects
Rancho Santa Anita
Baldwin Ranch
Physical Description
8x20 b&w
ID
128
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Girl Scout Amy Nunn, 15, is the youngest recipient of the Gold Award, the highest achievement of the Sierra Madre Girl Scout Council. She collected almost $6000 at a canned food drive at Santa Anita Church for the Arcadia Welfare and Thrift Shop.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 9, 1898
Pages
p. B-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
July 9, 1898
Pages
p. B-1
Subjects
Nunn, Amy
Item ID
2025AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Four administrators from Taiwan's Ming Tao High School visited the Arcadia High School on November 3 as part of their tour of American schools. They praised the school's independent students, lack of fences and extensive computer system.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 12, 1898
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 12, 1898
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
Schools - Arcadia High School
Item ID
2997AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Portion of earliest seal of the City of Arcadia showing only one figure with sword in one hand and shield in another. It reads: CITY OF ARCADIA. INCORPORATED JULY 1903.

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Date
1903

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Date
1903
Subjects
Arcadia City Seal
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
574
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Handler standing at left, holds reins of Rey El Santa Anita on Baldwin's Ranch in Arcadia.

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Date
1903

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Date
1903
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Horses and horse racing
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
980
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Handler standing on left, looking toward camera, holds reins of Emperor of Norfolk on Baldwin Ranch in Arcadia.

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Date
1903

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Date
1903
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"-Horses and horse racing
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
981
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Volume I no. 1 issue of first Arcadia newspaper, THE ARCADIA BULLETIN. Paper included an article on the opening of Clara Villa which opened May 3, 1904. The paper has photos of five members of the Board of Trustees (now City Council) and also one of Arcadia's first City Marshall, Elmer Anderson and his brother, Charles Anderson, City Treasurer.

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Date
May 7, 1904

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Date
May 7, 1904
Subjects
Newspapers-Arcadia Bulletin
Anderson, Elmer
Anderson, Charles
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1084
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Close up of an ad that appeared in first issue of Arcadia Bulletin. Ad is for Clara Villa. It is billed as the "swellest resort in the San Gabriel Valley".

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Date
May 7, 1904

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Date
May 7, 1904
Subjects
Clara Villa
Newspapers-Arcadia Bulletin
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1085
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Close up of ad in first Arcadia newspaper, Arcadia Bulletin. The ad is for the Bonita Hotel. Ben Newman is listed as proprietor.

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Date
May 7, 1904

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Date
May 7, 1904
Subjects
Bonita Hotel
Newspapers-Arcadia Bulletin
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1086
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Close up of five Board of Trustees for City of Arcadia (now, City Council). Upper left, Hiram Unruh; upper right, Melville Lawrence (manager of Oakwood Hotel). Lower left, Harold Stocker; lower right, George Lowen Tucker; center, E.J.Baldwin. This was from first issue of Arcadia Bulletin.

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Date
May 7, 1904

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Date
May 7, 1904
Subjects
Baldwin, Elias J. "Lucky"
Lawrence, Melville
Stocker, Harold
Tucker, George Lowen
Unruh, Hiram Augustus
Newspapers-Arcadia Bulletin
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1087
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Photo of first diploma issued by Arcadia school. It was made out to first graduate, Ellison Leake and signed by George Ethel Wayne, Principal.

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Date
June 3, 1905

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Date
June 3, 1905
Subjects
Schools-History-1880's-1950
Physical Description
3x5 b&w
ID
712
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Photo ad for White City-Arcadia. Sign on wall calls it a resort. Photo shows lady and child in light carriage with fourteen people standing nearby. Beneath photo it reads: BALDWIN MUSIC HALL-THE BEST MUSICAL COMEDY AND VAUDEVILLE-EVERY EVENING. Banner between trees reads BIG BARBEQUE ----(not clear) BAND AND ORCHESTRA ----(not clear). (Barbecue?)

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Date
1906

  1 image

Date
1906
Subjects
Restaurants-White City
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
929
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

38 horse combine harvester working near Arcadia.

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Date
June 25, 1906

  1 image

Date
June 25, 1906
Subjects
Agriculture
Arcadia (City)-History-1903-1919
Physical Description
8x10 (1), 3x5 (1)
ID
1
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Photo of article in newspaper (probably LA Times) on auto accident at the unbridged Santa Anita Wash just east of Arcadia.

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Date
December 15, 1907

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Date
December 15, 1907
Subjects
Santa Anita Wash
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
589
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Leo Bertolina (on left) and Jim Newton standing under a clump of pine trees drinking from bottles. There is a horse standing beyond trees. Back of card says:"area is just north of Foothill near First Avenue."

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Date
1909

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Date
1909
Subjects
Bertolina, Leo
Newton, Jim
Police Department
Physical Description
3x5 b&w postcard
ID
536
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Leo Bertolina on left amd Jim Newton standing beside Stone Canyon wall. Back of card places location as just north of Foothill near First Avenue.

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Date
1909

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Date
1909
Subjects
Bertolina, Leo
Newton, Jim
Physical Description
3x5 b&w postcard
ID
537
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Cast of moving picture, THE HEART OF A RACE TOUT, the first moving picture made ENTIRELY in California. It was made by Selig Polyscope Co.of Chicago who had opened a studio in downtown Los Angeles. The movie was made to take advantage of the Racetrack built in Arcadia by E.J."Lucky" Baldwin which opened in 1907.

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Date
1909

  1 image

Date
1909
Subjects
Motion pictures
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
852
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

Photo showing wrecked automobile and a portion of the control tower alongside tracks near First Avenue and railroad crossing. Information on back of photo identifies it as Ben Newman's wrecked Buick hit by Santa Fe train.

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Date
1910

  1 image

Date
1910
Subjects
Railroads
Physical Description
3x5 b&w
ID
436
Collection
Photographs
Images
Less detail

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