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    • Engineering Magazine 10th Anniversary Issue May, 1938

    • Engineering -- Study and teaching -- California -- Pasadena; Clubs -- California -- Pasadena; College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena Junior College (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College;
    • This is Vol. 1, No. 14 and the 10th Anniversary Issue of the Engineering Magazine. This issue has onion skin paper inside both the front and back covers. There is a small (3 1/8" x 1 3/8") gray card inside the issue that reads: "With the...
    • PCC_ID100287
    • Engineering Magazine December, 1929

    • Engineering -- Study and teaching -- California -- Pasadena; Clubs -- California -- Pasadena; College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena Junior College (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College;
    • This is the Vol. 1 No. 1 December 1, 1929 issue of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor is Joseph B. Weiss and Arthur G. Gehrig is the Advisor. This issue contains the following: Editorial by Joseph B. Weiss,Submarine Oil Drilling by Stanton Bill,...
    • PCC_ID100167
    • Richfield Oil Company float for the 1928 Tournament of Roses, Pasadena. 1928.

    • Parade floats -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Airplanes. ; Air pilots.
    • 1928 Tournament of Roses float from Richfield Oil Company float. The float is shaped like a plane, and spelled out on the side is ""Spirit of California"" and ""Richfield"". A man dressed as an aviator crouches near the front of the float.
    • photCL 402 (30857A)
    • James, Pond & Clark

    • Commercial buildings -- California -- Pasadena; James, Pond & Clark Building (Pasadena, Calif.); Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena; Foothill Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.); Streets -- California -- Pasadena; Hastings Ranch (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • 1957 Pasadena City Directory lists this firm at 2181 Foothill Boulevard. It also says the company is a manufacturer's agency.
    • ppl_3420
    • Engineering Magazine April, 1936

    • Engineering -- Study and teaching -- California -- Pasadena; Clubs -- California -- Pasadena; College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena Junior College (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College;
    • This is the Vol. 1 No. 12 April, 1936 issue of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor was Frederic H. Parke, Jr. and the Advisor was Arthur G. Gehrig. This issue contains the following articles: Wings Over the Pacific by Fred Good, The Future by...
    • PCC_ID100203
    • Laughter Is The Best Medicine

    • Tournament of Roses; Parade floats -- California -- Pasadena; Duarte (Calif.)
    • 92 City of Duarte, California/City of hope National Medical al center. Laughter Is the Best Medicine. Phoenix Decorating Company : An injured dinosaur is on the road to recovery with the help of some young friends in this entry from Duarte and the...
    • ppl_6497
    • Standard Oil  1949

    • Parades -- California -- Pasadena; Parade floats -- California -- Pasadena; Tournament of Roses -- Awards; Streets -- California -- Pasadena; Trees -- California -- Pasadena; Architecture, Domestic -- California -- Pasadena; Beauty contestants --...
    • ""Circus Days"" is the 1949 Rose Parade float of the Standard Oil company. This Grand Prize winner is a series of flower covered circus wagons pulled by an elephant also created of flowers. Various human circus performers wave to the crowd from the...
    • ppl_9583
    • Municipal Light & Power Department

    • Parade floats -- California -- Pasadena; Parades -- California -- Pasadena; Tournament of Roses;
    • ""Jan 1 1938"" - back of photo. Going through the 1938 Rose Parade program, we can not readily identify this rather undifferentiated mass of flowers. It might be Fairyland Symphony"" from the city of Los Angeles or ""Queen of the Fairies"" from the...
    • ppl_13197
    • Pasadena. Water & Power Dept. Power

    • Power plants -- California
    • ""The steam end is slightly larger than ours."" - from back of photo. Allis-Chamlers Company stamped on the base of the motor.
    • ppl_13248
    • Adeline

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Adeline," ceramic figurine. Pink and pastel blue. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art...
    • pmh_2010.008.011
    • Amber

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Amber," ceramic figurine. Semi-porcelain. Pink and white. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a...
    • pmh_2010.008.006
    • Angel

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Angel," ceramic figurine. White. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art ceramics plant on...
    • pmh_2010.008.008
    • Ann

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Ann," semi-porcelain ceramic figurine. Yellow. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art...
    • pmh_2010.008.021
    • Becky

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Becky," ceramic figurine. Possibly early garage piece? The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the...
    • pmh_2010.008.009
    • Blue Boy

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.); Gainsborough, Thomas. The Blue Boy -- Reproduction
    • "Blue Boy," ceramic figurine. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art ceramics plant on South...
    • pmh_2010.008.001
    • Butch

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Butch," ceramic figurine. Possibly early garage piece in White and Pastel Blue. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the...
    • pmh_2010.008.014
    • Charmaine

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Charmaine," ceramic figurine. Pink. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the art ceramics plant on...
    • pmh_2010.008.016
    • Denise

    • Pottery Figures -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic Sculpture -- California -- Pasadena; Ceramic industries -- California -- Pasadena; Florence Ceramics (Pasadena, Calif.)
    • "Denise," semi-porcelain ceramic figurine. Pink and white. The Florence Ceramics Company was started in 1942 by Pasadena housewife Florence Ward in the family garage at 1644 North Lake Avenue. Within seven years, the company built a state-of-the...
    • pmh_2010.008.004

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