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    • pmh_BH-L-24-18
    • African Americans -- California -- Pasadena; Children -- California -- Pasadena; Clothing and dress -- California -- Pasadena; People -- California -- Pasadena; McAdoo, Benjamin; McAdoo, Stella;
    • Benjamin McAdoo, the son of Booker and Carrie McAdoo, was born around 1890 in Arkansas. Around 1899, Benjamin, his parents, and his two sisters came to California and settled in Pasadena in about March 1900. Benjamin worked as a railroad porter, a...
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    • pmh_BH-L-24-1-1
    • African Americans -- California -- Pasadena; People -- California -- Pasadena; Portrait Photography -- California -- Pasadena; Clothing and dress -- California -- Pasadena; McAdoo, Benjamin
    • Benjamin McAdoo, the son of Booker and Carrie McAdoo, was born around 1890 in Arkansas. Around 1899, Benjamin, his parents, and his two sisters came to California and settled in Pasadena in about March 1900. Benjamin worked as a railroad porter, a...
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    • pmh_T10-16a
    • Arroyo Seco (Pasadena, Calif.); Arroyos -- California -- Pasadena; Locomotives -- California -- Pasadena; Transportation -- California -- Pasadena; Bridges -- California -- Pasadena; Trestles -- California -- Pasadena; L.A. & S.G. Valley R.R. (Los...
    • "B 66. Train on Arroyo Tressle". In 1885 the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad train crossed the trestle built over the Arroyo Seco.
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    • photCL 402 (28493)
    • Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Railroad stations -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Luggage.
    • View of the Santa Fe Station at 222 South Raymond, with a Hudson two door coach automobile parked in front of the railroad depot, unloading luggage. A man is talking to a young man in a Murphy Service coat, while the woman leans against the opened...
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    • pmh_C16-11
    • Bicycles and bicycling -- California -- Pasadena; Transportation -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle commuting -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle trails -- California -- Pasadena; California Cycleway Company (Pasadena, Calif.); Dobbins, Horace;
    • The cycleway as it passes through a wooded area along the Glenarm Curve. Taken by Putnam for the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Mounted on gray card.
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    • pmh_C16-14
    • Bicycles and bicycling -- California -- Pasadena; Transportation -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle commuting -- California -- Pasadena; Bicycle trails -- California -- Pasadena; California Cycleway Company (Pasadena, Calif.); Dobbins, Horace;...
    • Taken by Putnam for Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Original print exhibits severe image fading. Mounted on gray card.
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    • pmh_T10-29
    • Buildings -- California -- Pasadena; Horse-drawn vehicles -- California -- Pasadena; Locomotives -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad stations -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad tracks -- California -- Pasadena; Railroads -- California -- Pasadena;...
    • Front: Photo shows railroad car stopped at Raymond Station. A horse-drawn carriage is parked in front of station to carry passenger to the nearby Raymond Hotel, which is outside of photo to the right. A water tower stands behind the Raymond...
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    • pmh_E1-14
    • Clothing and dress -- California -- Pasadena; Pies -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad crossings -- California -- Pasadena; Railroad tracks -- California -- Pasadena; Women -- California -- Pasadena; Pioneer picnics -- California -- Pasadena ; Men...
    • Written on back of photograph, in handwriting: "Pioneer file"; image of a group of men, women, and children having a picnic by the railroad tracks
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    • PCC_YB000405
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • The October 1900 - May 1901 issues of The Item are bound in one volume. The February 1901 and April 1901 issues are not included. There is a slip in the back of the bound volume stating the book was bound by Pacific Library Binding Company, Los...
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    • PCC_YB001980
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the bound volume containing The High School Item October 1910 - April 1911. The October 1910 and November 1910 issues were scanned as stand alone issues. The rest were scanned from this volume.
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    • PCC_YB002186
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the bound volume containing the High School Item Annual for 1912.
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    • PCC_YB000474
    • College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College;
    • This is the Item Annual for 1899. It is bound in a single volume -The Item Annual 4 June 1899. The Pacific Library Binding Company, Los Angeles is responsible for the binding although no date is given.
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    • PCC_YB000650
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is The High School Item November, 1902 - May 1903 bound in one volume. There is no issue for March 1903.
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    • PCC_YB001840
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the bound volume containing The High School Item from October 1909 - April 1910. The October, January, March and April issues were scanned from stand alone issues. The rest were scanned from this volume.
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    • PCC_YB000121
    • College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College;
    • The High School Item from November, 1898 through April 1899 is bound in one volume.
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    • PCC_YB000537
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the 1901 edition of The Item Annual. It is bound in a single volume. The binding was done by the Pacific Library Binding Company, Los Angeles with no date given.
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    • PCC_YB001358
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the bound volume containing The High School Item November 1908 - May 1909. The November 1908 issue was scanned from a stand alone copy. The rest of the issues were scanned from this bound volume.
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    • PCC_YB000566
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the 1902 edition of The Item Annual. It is bound in a single volume.
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    • PCC_YB000590
    • College student newspapers and periodicals – California – Pasadena; Pasadena High School (Pasadena, Calif.); Pasadena City College – students – yearbooks; Pasadena City College;
    • This is the bound volume containing issues of The High School Item from November 1901 - April 1902. The final issue is labeled March 1902 on the cover but April 1902 on the first page. There is no May 1902 issue.
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    • pmh_BH-D-5-2
    • Hill, Archie; African Americans -- California -- Pasadena; Portrait Photography -- California -- Pasadena; Clothing and dress -- California -- Pasadena; People -- California -- Pasadena;
    • Archie Hill was the son of General Hill of Atlanta, Georgia, and Maria Hill. Maria Hill was the founder of Friendship Baptist Church, which in 1893 became the second African-American church to be established in Pasadena following the establishment...
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