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    • ppl_7059
    • Pasadena Freeway (Calif.); Express highways -- California -- Pasadena; Arroyos -- California;; Arroyo Seco (Los Angeles County, Calif.)
    • View of the proposed Arroyo Seco Parkway location looking upstream from Avenue 26, toward Pasadena. The bridge in the center of the picture is the Cypress Avenue Bridge of the Union Pacific Railroad. The route of the proposed parkway follows along...
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    • Pasadena (Calif.) -- Directories
    • While we have taken a great deal of care to accurately scan and then convert the text to text that can be searched electronically, we cannot guarantee that using the computer to search this file will retrieve 100% of the terms you are searching...
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    • Pasadena (Calif.) -- Directories
    • Due to size restrictions, we are unable to place the entire directory in one file. This means that you have to search multiple files to search the entire directory. Also while we have taken a great deal of care to accurately scan and then convert...
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    • Pasadena (Calif.) -- Directories
    • Due to size restrictions, we are unable to place the entire directory in one file. This means that you have to search multiple files to search the entire directory. Also while we have taken a great deal of care to accurately scan and then convert...
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    • Pasadena (Calif.) -- Directories
    • Due to size restrictions, we are unable to place the entire directory in one file. This file has the portion of the directory that has information about Pasadena and Lamanda Park. Also while we have taken a great deal of care to accurately scan and...
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    • photCL 402 (28097)
    • Houses -- California -- Pasadena. (lctgm) ; Housing development -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Railroad tracks.
    • View across railroad tracks of a tract of one story houses, the Angelillo Tract, ""La Venezia,"" at North Fair Oaks. Banners and signs announce the opening of the development.
    • 1926-04-22


    • photCL 402 (40106)
    • 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.
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    • ppl_3411
    • People -- California -- Pasadena; Ripley, C. B.; Lumber-yards -- California -- Pasadena
    • C. B. Ripley's sawmill - Holly Street at Santa Fe Tracks
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    • pmh_S42-11
    • 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...
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    • PCC_news0001
    • Pasadena City College Courier -- Indexes; College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena City College
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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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    • taka0050
    • 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.
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    • PCC_ID100039
    • 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...
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    • PCC_ID100287
    • 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...
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    • PCC_ID100025
    • 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. 10 of the Engineering Magazine. It contains articles, reports on club activities by students, an editorial and photographs. The Editor was W.E. McNatt, Jr. The Advisor was Arthur G. Gehrig, Instructor in Engineering. The...
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    • ppl_8245
    • 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...
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    • ppl_8243
    • La Pintoresca Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.); Landscape architecture -- California -- Pasadena; Pasadena (Calif.) -- Description -- Views; Orchards -- California -- Pasadena; Hotels -- California -- Pasadena; Porches -- California -- Pasadena; Landscape...
    • The Painter Hotel was located on Washington Boulevard between Fair Oaks Avenue and Raymond Avenue. It had three stories and a lookout in the center on the fourth level. Seven chimneys can be seen from this angle looking eastward. The photo shows...
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    • pmh_C16-13
    • 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.
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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_ANG00179.jpg
    • Dinosaur tracks; Arizona; Pasadena City College -- Students; Students -- California -- Pasadena; Students -- Recreation -- California -- Pasadena;
    • Silhouettes of people on a hill. Left: Nikki Eaks, unknown, Maria Angeloni, unknown. Photo from organized PCC trip to Dinasaur Tracks, AZ.
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