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Arcadia City Council makes changes to Historic Preservation Ordinance. Council member Tom Beck speaks about saving Clara Baldwin Stocker's home, which is facing possible destruction. See hard copy in VF City Council (2010-2019).

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
March 21, 2019
Pages
p. 3

Arcadia--City of Sin, part II by Charles A. Coulombe. Continued from November 1, 2001. Arcadia's early history from 1903-1914.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
November 8, 2001
Pages
p. 8
Contents
1. "The late Clara Baldwin Stocker." News photo, April 1934. Original and a copy. 2. "Mrs. Stocker in Buick little 6," Monrovia Messenger, March 17, 1916. 3. "Court decision ruled in Clara Baldwin's favor." Pacific Coast Hotel and Apartment Record, 1916. 4. "Says Mrs. Stocker in incompetent." …
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1. "The late Clara Baldwin Stocker." News photo, April 1934. Original and a copy.
2. "Mrs. Stocker in Buick little 6," Monrovia Messenger, March 17, 1916.
3. "Court decision ruled in Clara Baldwin's favor." Pacific Coast Hotel and Apartment Record, 1916.
4. "Says Mrs. Stocker in incompetent." Arcadia Journal, November 30, 1918.
5. "Stuart Harold, who will take this part of Count Di Luna in 'Il Trovatore'. " (Harold Stocker - Clara's husband) The Valley Vista, February 24, 1900, p. 2.5
6. "Clara Baldwin." Summary of life of Clara Baldwin prepared by Sandy Snider, received April 1980.
7. Inventory of personal property, estate of Clara Baldwin. Transcribed by Sandy Snider from the Anita McClaughry Baldwin's manuscript collection at the Huntington Library. Received April 1980.
8. "Lucky Baldwin heiress passes." Los Angeles Times, February 28, 1929.
9. 1978 real estate ad on sale of home. Arcadia Tribune, October 29, 1978.
10. "Clara's cottage is seeking new owners." Pasadena Star News, December 9, 1984.
11. "50 years ago today - February 1913." Los Angeles Times, February 1963.
12. Studio shot of Clara Baldwin found by local history expert. Photo of Clara Baldwin and article concerning Baldwin and Jack McCaskill. Arcadia Tribune, March 22, 1987, page A1.
13. Clara's home built in 1907 by Colonel Northum.
14. Coldwell Banker advertising brochure for Clara Baldwin Stocker's "Twin Oaks" estate at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard. 1984.
15. Copies of photographs of Clara Baldwin housed in the Arboretum Historical files. Acquired 1995.
16. Information from the MCLS Reference Service on Walter McGinley, manager of the Baldwin-Stocker estates until Clara's death in 1929. (1) Los Angeles Times, September 19, 1932, p. 14. (2) California in the South by John Steven McGroarty, Volume V, Biographies, p. 285-288, c. 1935.
17. Manuscript "My Inheritance" by Rosebudd Doble Mullender with cover letter to Baldwin M. Baldwin. Original given to Arboretum by Hugh and Anne Baldwin Purcell. Anne received the manuscript from her father, Baldwin M. Baldwin. The manuscript describes Rosebudd's relationship with her mother Clara Baldwin Stocker. circa 1938-1939.
18. "DAR chapter to visit Clara Baldwin's home." Arcadia Tribune, January 13, 1985, p. A-7.
19. Coldwell Banker advertisements for the sale of Clara Baldwin Stocker's home "Twin Oaks" located at 291 Foothill Blvd. Includes description of all rooms in the house. Kim Atkinson-Melin, realtor. c1984 (6 items)
20. Letter to Kim Atkinson at Coldwell Banker Realty from J. Lyle Cunningham, President of the Arcadia Historical Society stating the $1,400,000 asking price for the Clara Baldwin property was greater than the City of Arcadia could afford to pay. July 9, 1984.
21. Information on Colonel Robert Northam who originally built the Clara Baldwin Stocker house at 291 West Foothill Boulevard. History of Hollywood by Edwin O. Palmer, pages 106-107, 132-133.
22. "Simple service marks obsequies of Mrs. Stocker." Los Angeles Times, March 3, 1929.
23. Who was Clara Baldwin Stocker? By Galen Patterson, Arcadia Weekly, April 11, 2019.
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Item ID
22AF
Collection
Subject Files
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Clara Baldwin home at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard. This view shows portion of front. Reported to have been built in 1906.

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Date
August 1976

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Date
August 1976
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
254
Collection
Photographs
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Clara Baldwin photographed in one of those cut outs often found at amusement parks early in the twentieth century. There apparently had been another person in the photo, but this person has been cut completely out of photo.

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Date
c.1910

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Date
c.1910
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
ID
1088
Collection
Photographs
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Clara Baldwin portrait from a newspaper. She is shown in later years, wearing a felt hat that has a feather decoration. She is also wearing beads in a choker style.

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Date
c.1923

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Date
c.1923
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Baldwin family
ID
958
Collection
Photographs
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Clara Baldwin portrait shows her resting her chin on her right hand. Both hands have rings on all fingers.

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Date
c.1919

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Date
c.1919
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Baldwin family
ID
1140
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Clara Baldwin's home, reported to have been built in 1906. This view shows back of house. Located at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard.

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Date
August 1976

  1 image

Date
August 1976
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
253
Collection
Photographs
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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 30, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
November 30, 1918
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Item ID
3640AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Formal portrait: four generations of Baldwins: left to right: Rosebudd Mullender, with hand on shoulder of her son, Joseph Mullender, Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin (seated), and Clara Baldwin. Rosebudd was Clara's daughter.

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Date
unknown

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Front view of "Twin Oaks" showing the driveway and entry from left to right. Home of Clara Baldwin Stocker located at 291 W. Foothill Blvd.

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Date
1984

  1 image

Date
1984
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
1710
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Front view of "Twin Oaks" showing the driveway and entry from right to left. Home of Clara Baldwin Stocker located at 291 W. Foothill Blvd.

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Date
1984

  1 image

Date
1984
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
1709
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Front view of "Twin Oaks" the home of Clara Baldwin Stocker located at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard.

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Date
1984

  1 image

Date
1984
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
1708
Collection
Photographs
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Mrs. Clara Baldwin Stocker and W.T. McGinley, her business manager, pictured probably about 1890. Article this was copied from related to son of Clara, Albert E. Snyder and daughter, Rosebudd Mullender, accusing McGinley in September of 1929, of getting thousands of dollars in gifts and property from their mother through fraud.

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Date
c.1890 or 1895

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Date
c.1890 or 1895
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
McGinley, Walter T.
ID
934
Collection
Photographs
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A rare studio photograph of Clara Baldwin was discovered by local history expert, Jack McCaskill.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 22, 1987
Pages
p. 1 photos
Newspaper
Arcadia Tribune
Date
March 22, 1987
Pages
p. 1 photos
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Item ID
590AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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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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Santa Anita Racetrack back in the day. A stroll down memory lane courtesy of Arcadia Historical Society and Arcadia's Best. Photo shown of Clara Baldwin Stocker and her friends at her father's Santa Anita Racetrack in 1907. Clara Baldwin Stocker had a house on Foothill Boulevard and an establishment called "Clara Villa."

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Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
December 22, 2018
Pages
p. 6
Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
December 22, 2018
Pages
p. 6
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Baldwin Stocker, Clara
Clara Villa
Santa Anita Racetrack
Item ID
35544AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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View of front drive and entry of Clara Baldwin home, reported to have been built in 1906, located at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard. Station wagon parked in front.

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Date
August 1976

  1 image

Date
August 1976
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
255
Collection
Photographs
Images
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View of front of house and especially front door taken about 20 feet from front stairs of Clara Baldwin home, at 291 W. Foothill Boulevard.

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Date
August 1976

  1 image

Date
August 1976
Subjects
Historic houses
Baldwin, Clara
ID
252
Collection
Photographs
Images
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Who was Clara Baldwin Stocker? Elias J. "Lucky" Baldwin's eldest daughter lived lavishly at her home Twin Oaks in Arcadia. See hard copy in VF Baldwin, Clara.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 11, 2019
Pages
p. 3
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 11, 2019
Pages
p. 3
Subjects
Baldwin, Clara
Baldwin Stocker, Clara
Historic houses
Collection
Newspaper Index
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