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    • Engineering Magazine May, 1935

    • 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. 11 of the Engineering Magazine. Trevor Gardner is the Editor and Arthur G. Gehrig is the Advisor. This issue contains an Editorial and the following articles: Aluminum for Silver by J.H. Jordan, Chief Engineer Weymouth by John...
    • PCC_ID100262
    • Engineering Magazine May, 1939

    • 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. 2, No. 1 of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor was Warren Ludwig and Arthur G. Gehrig was the Advisor. This issue contains an Editorial and the following articles: 42 Cubic Yard Dump Truck by Gene Ingersoll, Joseph B. Strauss by...
    • PCC_ID100218
    • Man plunges to pavement of underpass : Chooses unprotected part of approach to Arroyo span

    • Colorado Street Bridge (Pasadena, Calif.); Bridges -- California -- Pasadena; Suicide -- California -- Pasadena
    • This newspaper clipping is part of the ""Colorado Street Bridge - Making it Suicide-Proof"" folder donated to the library from the Public Works department. Since the opening of the bridge in 1913, many people had taken advantage of the low fence to...
    • ppl_8728
    • Engineering Magazine May, 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 May 1, 1929 issue of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor is Graydon Brockman and Arthur G. Gehrig is the Advisor. This issue contains the following articles: Editorial by Graydon Brockman, Electricity for So. California...
    • PCC_ID100180
    • Engineering Magazine, May 1931

    • 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. 5 May 11, 1931 issue of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor is Donald G. Marsh and the Advisor is Arthur G. Gehrig. The contents are as follows: Editorial by Donald G. Marsh, A new Arrival by Harry P. Bailey, A Number of...
    • PCC_ID100141
    • 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
    • Engineering Magazine April, 1937

    • 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. 13 of the Engineering Magazine. Richard Burleigh was the Editor and Arthur G. Gehrig was the Advisor. There is an Editorial followed by an essay by Dr. John W. Harbeson, Principal of PJC. The next article - The Builder by Roy...
    • PCC_ID100235
    • 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, 1930

    • 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. 4 December 10, 1030 issue of the Engineering Magazine. The Editor is John F. Meskell and the Advisor is Arthur G. Gehrig. It contains the following articles: Editorial by John F. Meskell, An Interview with Mr. John A....
    • PCC_ID100154
    • 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
    • Engineering Magazine May, 1930

    • 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. 3 May 20, 1930 issue of the Engineering Magazine. Donald L. Cleveland was the Editor and Arthur G. Gehrig was the Advisor. This issue contains an Editorial and the following articles: A Great Highway by Ernest McGaffey, Black...
    • PCC_ID100248
    • Handsom home sold

    • Orange Grove Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.); Daniels, J. C.; Holmes, Edwin Francis
    • Col. Edwin Francis Holmes was a Civil War veteran who moved to Pasadena from Salt Lake City and owned many homes here. Mrs. Daniels' father was O. W. Potter, a Chicago Steel magnate, and under the name of Gertrude Potter Daniels she wrote many...
    • ppl_8338
    • North Lake at Mariposa, Altadena. 1927.

    • Streets -- California -- Altadena -- Photographs. ; Hotels -- California -- Altadena -- Photographs. ; Automobiles -- California -- Altadena -- Photographs.
    • Street view of the corner of North Lake and Mariposa, in Altadena, showing the La Mariposa Hotel. Automobiles are parked on either side of Lake, which is lined with electrical and telephone poles.
    • photCL 402 (29877)
    • Raymond Hotel, 1200 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena. 1929.

    • Raymond Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.) -- Photographs. ; Hotels -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Terraces -- California -- Pasadena. (lctgm) ; Gardens -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs.
    • View of the north side gardens and terrace of the Raymond Hotel at 1200 South Fair Oaks. The terrace has three levels, each of which has chairs set out, and the top level has large umbrellas. The front fa├žade of the Raymond Hotel is in the...
    • photCL 402 (31999)
    • East Foothill, Pasadena. 1941.

    • Streets -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Service stations -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs. ; Automobiles -- California -- Pasadena -- Photographs.
    • Street view of the East Foothill extension and North Oak Avenue. A Mobil station is on the left with a sign announcing a ""Free motor scooter"". Farther down the road is a billboard for ""Bug-geta"", for killing snails and slugs. An automobile is...
    • photCL 402 (36091)
    • Ralph's Grocery apple display, 181 North Lake, Pasadena. 1939.

    • Merchandise displays -- California -- Pasadena. (lctgm) ; Apples. ; Grocery stores -- California -- Pasadena. (lctgm)
    • Large display of apples in the produce section of Ralph's Grocery at 181 North Lake. Some apples are sold loose but many are in five pound bags. An advertisement hanging over the display has a picture of a girl and reads ""Washington State Apples...
    • photCL 402 (35907)

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