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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
    • Painter Hotel - ""Pasadena"", - erected 1892

    • La Pintoresca Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.); Landscape architecture -- California -- Pasadena; Streets -- California -- Pasadena; Hotels -- California -- Pasadena; Buildings -- California -- Pasadena; Sidewalks -- California -- Pasadena; Fair Oaks...
    • ""At the time the library was established, the Painter Hotel, a popular tourist resort, was located on Washington Street between Fair Oaks and Raymond. John H. Painter, proprietor of the hotel, and B. F. Ball at one time owned virtually all of...
    • ppl_8245
    • Automobiles on a small road.

    • Landscapes -- California -- Photographs. ; Panoramic photographs. (lctgm) ; Automobiles -- California -- Photographs.
    • A panoramic view of an undeveloped rural area with a road consisting of two worn tracks. There is an automobile at each end of the road. The area is partially wooded, and mountains are visible on the right.
    • photCL 402 (40106)
    • Street with electric car tracks.

    • Streets -- California -- Photographs. ; Panoramic photographs. (lctgm) ; Automobiles -- California -- Photographs. ; Houses -- California. (lctgm)
    • A panoramic view of an unidentified residential street with electric car tracks. There are two early automobiles parked on the street, and a horse-drawn carriage traveling along it on the left.
    • photCL 402 (40099)
    • Pre-war Japanese Americans in The San Gabriel Valley

    • Japanese Americans -- California -- Pasadena; Japanese Americans -- History;
    • Susie Ling, Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies, conducted oral interviews with Niseis from the San Gabriel Valley in 2002-2003 and in 2010 at Pasadena City College's Nisei Graduation. PRE-WAR JAPANESE AMERICANS IN THE SAN...
    • PCC_ling0020
    • Whittier business district, Whittier. Circa 1921.

    • Whittier (Calif.) -- Photographs. ; Panoramic photographs. (lctgm) ; Streets -- California -- Whittier -- Photographs.
    • An elevated, panoramic view of the Whittier business district. The main streets shown are lined with stores, shops, and the occasional parked car. There are power/telephone poles along the road, and tracks for streetcars.
    • photCL 402 (40009)
    • Henry J. Holmes Pres. 1st City Council 1886

    • Holmes, Henry James; Mayors -- California -- Pasadena; Municipal officials and employees -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena (Calif.) -- Officials and employees;Portraits -- California -- Pasadena; Men -- California -- Pasadena
    • Back. H.J. Holmes President Board Trustees City of Pasadena, June 1886-June 1887. Back of second copy of photograph. Founder. Vol. II Sec I, #542. Miss n.a. Tryan 98 Valley St. We don’t know much about his background or career or date of death. ...
    • ppl_9852
    • C. B. Ripley's Sawmill

    • People -- California -- Pasadena; Ripley, C. B.; Lumber-yards -- California -- Pasadena
    • C. B. Ripley's sawmill - Holly Street at Santa Fe Tracks
    • ppl_3411
    • Colorado Boulevard, Carlton Hotel, 1900

    • Colorado Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.); Bicycles and bicycling -- California -- Pasadena; Horses -- California -- Pasadena; Horse-drawn vehicles -- California -- Pasadena; Parades -- California -- Pasadena; Streets -- California -- Pasadena;...
    • Colorado Street had become a more bustling locale by the time this photograph was taken, sometime around 1900. Many of the timber shacks lining the street in the 1880s photographs have been replaced by taller, more ornate buildings. Power lines...
    • pmh_S42-11
    • Engineering Magazine June 1941

    • 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 Volume 2, Number 3 of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor is Douglas C. Strain. The Advisor is Arthur G. Gehrig. The contents is as follows: Editorial by Douglas C. Strain,The Engineer's Responsibility to the Public by W.L. Blair...
    • PCC_ID100039
    • Royal Service: laundering, dry cleaning.

    • Laundries -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Laundry workers.
    • This photographic album contains 28 black-and-white photographs of the Royal Laundry and Dry Cleaning plant in Pasadena, California. As stated on the title page, this is an album "-following the camera man through Pasadena's Largest and Finest...
    • photCL 531
    • Oral Interview with Joan Takayama Ogawa

    • Japanese Americans -- California -- Pasadena; Takayama, Shichitaro; Takayama-Ogawa, Sansei Joan; Takayama, Hideo; Takayama, Cho Ito;
    • Joan Takayama Ogawa discusses the history of her father's family beginning with her grandfather, Shiichitaro Takayama and her grandmother Cho It.
    • taka0050
    • Walter Lee Olney, Pasadena, California

    • Homeless persons; Pasadena, (Calif.);
    • Homeless, Walter Lee Olney shown here emphasizing a point as he stands in front of Pasadena City Hall. Mr. Olney makes his home near Old Towne's railroad tracks. This information is taken from an article Pasadena City College The Courier Vol. 69...
    • PCC_CA002712
    • Mack Home on Chapman

    • Pasadena (Calif.); Chapman Avenue (Pasadena, Calif.); Lincoln Avenue (Pasadena, Calif.);
    • Mack home on Chapman Avenue with the horizontal street being Lincoln. This is taken a year after they buried the Red Car tracks on Lincoln. Chapman had Japanese Americans (Tsubois of Chevron station, owners of Lincoln Avenue Nursery) Filipinos,...
    • PCC_Mack18


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