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  • Title: Pacific
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    • Pacific Properties Building, 54 South Los Robles, Pasadena. 1926.

    • Office buildings -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs.
    • Street view of the Pacific Properties building at 54 South Los Robles, construction completed June 30, 1925. The signs in the windows and on the side of the building are for Blackenhorn Realty Co. and S.M. Benet & Co.
    • photCL 402 (28974)
    • Panama Pacific Motion Picture Company vehicles, Pasadena. 1912.

    • Motion picture studios. ; Advertisements. ; Panoramic photographs. (lctgm) ; Trucks. ; Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Bridges -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs.
    • A panoramic view of Panama Pacific Motion Picture Company trucks and automobiles parked on Linda Vista Bridge. There are two to four men with each vehicle, and a man with a camera in the center. Signs are attached to the sides of each of the...
    • photCL 402 (40043)
    • Pacific Terminal and Warehouse, 1000 South Raymond, Pasadena. 1925.

    • Railroad crossings -- California -- Pasadena. ; Warehouses -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Streets -- California -- Pasadena. (lctgm)
    • Pacific Terminal and warehouse at 1000 South Raymond at the corner with Glenarm. The warehouse is for the O.U. Dust company which produced cleaning products. A company truck is parked on the street outside. The image seems to have been cut off...
    • photCL 402 (26897)
    • Jack Scott and Van Ton-Quinlivan, Pacific Gas & Electric Co.

    • Scott, Jack Alan, 1933-; Ton-Quinlivan, Van
    • Unframed color photographic print of Jack Scott and Van Ton-Quinlivan of Pacific Gas & Electric Co (later Vice Chancellor of Workforce and Economic Development of California?s Community Colleges), sitting outside.
    • PCC_JSP-634
    • Pacific Press Inc. - prizes for carrier boys

    • Magic tricks -- Equipment and supplies;
    • Photograph taken of a magic kit, one of the prizes for the carrier boys of Pacific Press Inc. located at 3440 S. Hope St. in South Pasadena.
    • pmh_jah1264n3
    • Pacific Press Inc. - prizes for carrier boys

    • Cartooning -- Technique
    • Photograph taken of "Draw 'Action Cartoons' with Man-ikin of a thousand poses" one of the prizes for the carrier boys of Pacific Press Inc. located at 3440 S. Hope St. in South Pasadena.
    • pmh_jah1264n2
    • Pacific Press Inc. - prizes for carrier boys

    • Wagons -- Models;
    • Photograph taken of a Covered Wagon Model one of the prizes for the carrier boys of Pacific Press Inc. located at 3440 S. Hope St. in South Pasadena.
    • pmh_jah1264n1
    • Pacific Electric Red Car "The Poppy" with bicyclists

    • Street-railroads -- California -- Pasadena; Pacific Electric Railway Company; Railroad stations -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycles and bicycling -- California -- Pasadena; Signs and signboards -- California -- Pasadena; People -- California --...
    • Bicyclists in front of "The Poppy" - a Parlor Street Car from the Pacific Electric Railway Red Car system, in the late 1890's.
    • pmh_T12-33b
    • Pasadena Cycleway - 1900 - looking north, tracks Santa Fe or Union Pacific - Raymond Ave. in...

    • Railroads -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad tracks -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycles and bicycling -- California -- Pasadena; Transportation -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle commuting -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle trails -- California --...
    • View looking north from Raymond Hotel. Tracks in foreground are Santa Fe. Fair Oaks Ave. is on left side. Taken by Putnam for Southern Pacific Railroad Company.
    • pmh_C16-13
    • Pacific Electric Car at Oneonta Park Station

    • Boys -- California -- South Pasadena; Pacific Electric Railway Company; People -- California -- South Pasadena; Railroad stations -- California -- South Pasadena; Signs and signboards -- California -- Pasadena; South Pasadena (Calif.);...
    • Pacific Electric Red Car ("Parlor Car") "via Oak Knoll", from East Los Angeles, at Oneonta Station in South Pasadena. The Oneonta Park station was open from 1901 to 1951. Front: Two car train at Oneonta Station in South Pasadena. Sign on car...
    • pmh_T12-9
    • Union Pacific Station, 1945

    • Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena; Buildings -- California -- Pasadena; Colorado Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.); Commercial buildings -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad stations -- California -- Pasadena; Street lighting -- California --...
    • Union Pacific Ticket Office located at 205 West Colorado Blvd. at Pasadena Avenue. There is a 1942 Pontiac Coupe parked in front. The white building to the extreme right is a Pep Boys Auto Supply. The building no longer exists due to the...
    • pmh_T10-43
    • Pacific electric Railway cars and crew

    • Street-railroads -- California -- Pasadena; Pacific Electric Railway Company; Raymond Avenue (Pasadena, Calif.); Men -- California -- Pasadena
    • These 700 class interurban cars, originally built for the Los Angeles Pacific, were assigned to Pasadena runs from 1912 to 1924. This crew of a four car train was photographed on North Raymond Avenue in front of the new carhouse.
    • ppl_3620
    • Pacific Car barns North Raymond Avenue. In white Jeanette Drake

    • Raymond Avenue (Pasadena, Calif.); Drake, Jeanette; Streets -- California -- Pasadena; Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena; Street-railroads -- California -- Pasadena; Clothing and dress -- California -- Pasadena; Streets -- California -- Pasadena
    • Jeanette Drake was the directoer of the Pasdaena Public Library 1919-1936. The Secong Library Building (in Memorial Park from 1890-1927) was located across the street from these car barns.
    • ppl_3713
    • Back of Santa Barbara Mission - churchyard and city. Pacific from M. R. Hazards

    • Santa Barbara Mission; Missions, Spanish -- California -- Santa Barbara; Spanish mission buildings -- California -- Santa Barbara; Santa Barbara (Calif.) -- Description -- Views
    • Jane Hunt was born in Brattelboro, VT on Augu. 31, 1822. Jane was the sister of renowned painter, William Morris Hunt. Active in southern California in 1883-1905, she produced 114 watercolors of the missions and the area around Los Angeles. She...
    • ppl_11079
    • Pacific R.R. Salinas Valley inner courtyard San Miguel, Padre Joseph Mut

    • Mission San Miguel Arcangel (San Miguel, Calif.); Missions, Spanish -- California -- San Miguel; Spanish mission buildings -- California -- San Miguel
    • Jane Hunt was born in Brattelboro, VT on Augu. 31, 1822. Jane was the sister of renowned painter, William Morris Hunt. Active in southern California in 1883-1905, she produced 114 watercolors of the missions and the area around Los Angeles. She...
    • ppl_11077
    • View of Santa Barbara and Pacific Ocean from back of mission

    • Santa Barbara Mission; Missions, Spanish -- California -- Santa Barbara; Spanish mission buildings -- California -- Santa Barbara; Santa Barbara (Calif.) -- Description -- Views
    • Jane Hunt was born in Brattelboro, VT on Augu. 31, 1822. Jane was the sister of renowned painter, William Morris Hunt. Active in southern California in 1883-1905, she produced 114 watercolors of the missions and the area around Los Angeles. She...
    • ppl_11080
    • St. Barbara Mission Cemetery from M. R. Hazards. Pacific in the distance.

    • Santa Barbara Mission; Missions, Spanish -- California -- Santa Barbara; Spanish mission buildings -- California -- Santa Barbara;
    • Jane Hunt was born in Brattelboro, VT on Augu. 31, 1822. Jane was the sister of renowned painter, William Morris Hunt. Active in southern California in 1883-1905, she produced 114 watercolors of the missions and the area around Los Angeles. She...
    • ppl_11090
    • Pacific Asian Museum

    • Pacific Asia Museum; Gardens -- California -- Pasadena; Museum buildings -- California -- Pasadena; Landscape architecture -- California -- Pasadena
    • Interior Courtyard at the Pacific Asia Museum, formerly known as the Grace Nicholson Building and then the Pasadena Art Institute.
    • ppl_461

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