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Aerial view of City Hall at 240 W. Huntington Drive looking SE across maintenance buildings for Arcadia County Park as well as the park itself in the distance.

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Date
c.1966

  1 image

Date
c.1966
Subjects
City Hall
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
493
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Arcadia City Council members in a decorated Hupmobile Touring Car parked on Huntington Drive next to City Hall. Behind is a fire truck, also decorated, with 10 firemen on the truck or near by. The man at the wheel of the fire truck is Jim Nellis. The Councilmen are: Rear seats,L-R: Ferd E. Gram; Arthur N. Multer; and Charles Hawk. Front seat,L-R: Samuel L. Wheeler; John T. Joyce, the Hupmobile Dealer. Fifth member of Council, John Granville was not present. Seated at the base of the pillar of City Hall is Adrian Winkler and standing beside him is George Newton. The vehicles are on their way to dedication of new concrete span over Santa Anita Wash.

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Date
1925

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Date
1925
Subjects
Gramm, Ferd E
Hawk, Charles
Multer, Arthur Nelson
Wheeler, Samuel L.
Joyce, John T.
Newton, George
City Hall
Winkler, Adrian
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
1075
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Area residents pray, reflect on September 11 attacks. Memorial services were held at area city halls including Arcadia, where about 300 people paid tribute to the victims.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 12, 2002
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 12, 2002
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
September 11, 2001
City Hall
Item ID
24612AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Articles regarding City Hall.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 24, 1917 p. 1 (site of new building)
December 18, 1917 p. 1 (contract)
March 19, 1918 p. 1 (near completion)
July 13, 1918 p. 1 (dedication)
July 20, 1918 p. 1
January 29, 1936 p. 1 (old City Hall)
March 18, 1948 p. 1 (new building erected from Santa Anita head tax fund)
March 27, 1949 p. 1 (old City Hall)
January 7, 1950 p. 1 ( " )
January 25, 1950 p. 3 ( " )
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 24, 1917 p. 1 (site of new building)
December 18, 1917 p. 1 (contract)
March 19, 1918 p. 1 (near completion)
July 13, 1918 p. 1 (dedication)
July 20, 1918 p. 1
January 29, 1936 p. 1 (old City Hall)
March 18, 1948 p. 1 (new building erected from Santa Anita head tax fund)
March 27, 1949 p. 1 (old City Hall)
January 7, 1950 p. 1 ( " )
January 25, 1950 p. 3 ( " )
Subjects
City Hall
Item ID
4146AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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A brief dedication ceremony for the new chamber building at City Hall was held on April 15, 1977. Total cost, including the remodeling of old quarters for new uses, was $903,000.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 21, 1977
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 21, 1977
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
City Hall
Item ID
2271AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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The City Council is facing the need to either refurbish and enlarge the existing Council Chambers or to build a new building. the second alternative seem the most likely, as the space vacated in the present City Hall could be used for crowded city departments.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 29, 1975
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
June 29, 1975
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
City Hall
Item ID
2268AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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City Hall taken from location in front of a rose bed and looking east. There are about eleven automobiles parked in front.

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Date
December 9, 1950

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Date
December 9, 1950
Subjects
City Hall
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
488
Collection
Photographs
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Community commemorations of September 11 will be held at the Arcadia City Hall, congregation Shaarie Torah, and the Ruth and Charles Gilb Arcadia Historical Museum. A description of each event is given.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 11, 2002
Pages
p. A7
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
September 11, 2002
Pages
p. A7
Subjects
September 11, 2001
Ruth and Charles Gilb Arcadia Historical Museum
City Hall
Item ID
24611AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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First building used as City Hall. (The very first City Hall offices were located in the Oakwood Hotel and next in the McCoy Building.) This apparently was known as the A.W. Hibbard Building (see Eberly, p. 69) and was used for only about two years; June 1914 to April 1916. It was on First Street at LaPorte. Sign on left above window reads: Standard Oil Co. Scrip Accepted. Back of photo reads, "first City Hall, 1913, Walter and Nell Schrader. Mr. Schrader converted old City Hall into garage." Arcadia Garage building shown with a car/truck "for sale" and a little boy posing by the back tire.

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Date
c.1917

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Date
c.1917
Subjects
City Hall
Physical Description
5x7 b&w
ID
490
Collection
Photographs
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Front view of City Hall looking at it from a location very close to Huntington Drive.

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Date
c.1972

  1 image

Date
c.1972
Subjects
City Hall
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
491
Collection
Photographs
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General information regarding Civic Center

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 10, 1931 p. 1
May 1, 1931 p. 1 (site studied)
December 13, 1943 p. 1 (map of porposed site)
March 16, 1947 p. 1
May 8, 1947 p. 1 (purchase of site)
February 29, 1948 p. 1 (ground breaking)
March 4, 1948 p. 1
August 11, 1955 p. 1
November 22, 1955 p. 1
March 12, 1956 p. 1
April 12, 1956 p. 1
May 24, 1956 p. 1 (plans)
July 5, 1956 p. 1 (contract award)
July 16, 1956 p. 1 (ground breaking)
March 25, 1957 p. 3 (construction)
January 6, 1958 p. 1
January 16, 1958 p. 1 (Open House - Civic Center complex including new Police Station and City Hall)
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 10, 1931 p. 1
May 1, 1931 p. 1 (site studied)
December 13, 1943 p. 1 (map of porposed site)
March 16, 1947 p. 1
May 8, 1947 p. 1 (purchase of site)
February 29, 1948 p. 1 (ground breaking)
March 4, 1948 p. 1
August 11, 1955 p. 1
November 22, 1955 p. 1
March 12, 1956 p. 1
April 12, 1956 p. 1
May 24, 1956 p. 1 (plans)
July 5, 1956 p. 1 (contract award)
July 16, 1956 p. 1 (ground breaking)
March 25, 1957 p. 3 (construction)
January 6, 1958 p. 1
January 16, 1958 p. 1 (Open House - Civic Center complex including new Police Station and City Hall)
Subjects
Civic Center
Police Station
City Hall
Item ID
4147AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Ground was broken on March 28, 1976 for the new City Council Chambers addition to City Hall. It will be a completely separate building to the west of the present structure.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 4, 1976
Pages
p. A-1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
April 4, 1976
Pages
p. A-1
Subjects
City Hall
Item ID
2270AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Group of people facing front of City Hall at First Street and Huntington Drive for a 4th of July celebration. There is a speaker addressing the crowd and one can notice soldiers in uniform and dignitaries seated behind the speaker. The address of City Hall was 3 N. First Avenue, as listed in the city directory.

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Date
c.1924

  1 image

Date
c.1924
Subjects
City Hall
Physical Description
8x10 b&w 1 poster size sepia in Reference Office
ID
485
Collection
Photographs
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Huntington Drive looking west from near intersection of First Avenue. On NW corner is vine-covered City Hall. Open roadster has just made a left turn and is going south on First. There is a moving picture theater mid-way along street on south side with large banner advertising Charles Laughton Film. This photo belongs to the Huntington Library. It is shown here for research only.

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Date
1938

  1 image

Date
1938
Subjects
Huntington Drive
Arcadia Drive-In Market
Markets
Paul Miller Appliances
City Hall
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
590
Collection
Photographs
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Looking west on Huntington Drive from intersection at First Avenue. Corner of City Hall shows on right side of photo. Two people standing are: George Ackerman, City Treasurer; and Louis Altona Building inspector. Building on north side of Huntington Drive with square tower, is Community Presbyterian Church. Service station is opposite City Hall. Part of panorama, ID#s 916-921.

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Date
1927

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Date
1927
Subjects
Huntington Drive
City Hall
Gas stations
Ackerman, George
Altona, Louis
Physical Description
7x10 b&w part of panorama
ID
918
Collection
Photographs
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Looking west toward City Hall on NW corner of First Avenue and Huntington Drive with extensive view north on First. Thirteen people stand on corner in front of City Hall. They are: seated by Fire House door, Jim Nellis. Standing L-R: George Ackerman, City Treasurer; Louis Altona, Building inspector; behind him with hat possibly Judge Horlack; Grady Pardue, police; behind him with hat Les Talley, Assistant City Engineer; Gladys Randall Pelky, Water Dept. Clerk. Behind her with cap, not identified. Next A. N. Coberly, Police Chief; Florence Shaver, Assistant City Clerk; Dick Cutter (not City employee); Bernice Hinman (not City employee); Anist Mussachia, Fire Dept. Two other men and lady not identified. Part of panorama, ID#s 916-921.

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Date
1927

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McCoy Building, a two story building which was located at 233 N. First Avenue on west side of First Avenue at St. Joseph Sreet. Date on sign at top of building is 1910. Window and awning have FRANK McCOY GENERAL MERCHANDISE printed on them. Standing in front of store are two men and a woman. Building was demolished in September 1973.

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Date
c.1912

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Date
c.1912
Subjects
Frank McCoy General Merchandise
City Hall
First Avenue
Stores
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
187
Collection
Photographs
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McCoy Building taken by librarian Alfreda Bolduan in 1965 when it housed the AUTO PARTS & EQUIPMENT CO. on ground floor.

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Date
1965

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Date
1965
Subjects
Frank McCoy General Merchandise
Auto Parts & Equipment Co.
First Avenue
City Hall
Physical Description
3 1/2 x 3 1/2
ID
188
Collection
Photographs
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Pat Carlin is the small boy standing with the tire in front of service station owned and operated by his father and his aunt, J.A. and M.A. Carlin on the NE corner of First and LaPorte. This building is the same one as shown in photo #490 and which served briefly as City Hall.

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Date
1927

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Date
1927
Subjects
Ace Service Station
City Hall
Carlin, Pat
Gas stations
Physical Description
8x10 b&w
ID
854
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Plans for a $700,000 building to house the City Council have been approved, but the whole project has bogged down over the projected $89,500 needed to make the existing City Hall conform to the new building. Complete details on rearranging city departments in order to make the best use of space are given.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
October 12, 1975
Pages
p. A-1 Artist's sketch
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
October 12, 1975
Pages
p. A-1 Artist's sketch
Subjects
City Hall
Item ID
2269AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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