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This collection consists of almost 900 images from the Harold A. Parker Studio Collection of Negatives, 1889-1949, that depict commercial, residential and landscape sites in and around Pasadena and Southern California. The images provide a look at the commercial, residential and social development of Pasadena and surrounding areas during …
Pasadena City College's collection includes a wide variety of materials all relating to the history of the campus, the students and the community which supports its mission.
We have Pasadena City Directories from 1881; 1886; 1887; 1888; 1893; 1895; 1897; 1900; 1905; 1912; 1913; 1918 and 1924 online. They have been made keyword searchable and are downloadable. Unfortunately, because of the size of the files, we are not able to put each year in a single file, so users have to search multiple files to search an …
Currently we have the full run of “The Needle” which was the newspaper of McCornack General Hospital from May, 1946 to May, 1949. The files are organized by month, and have been made keyword searchable. McCornack General Hospital was a hospital used to rehabilitate disable soldiers after World War Two on the grounds of the former …
PMH maintains the area’s largest and most comprehensive collection of documents and artifacts related to the history of Pasadena and the west San Gabriel valley. The ever-expanding collection spans the years 1834 to the present and contains historic photographs, rare books, manuscripts, maps, architectural records, and …
The Pasadena Planning & Community Development Department photo collection consists of slides that were, for the most part, taken during the course of conducting historic resources surveys in the late 1970s and early-to-mid 1980s. These slides were used to document and evaluate potential historic resources, primarily in residential …
Pasadena Digital History Collaboration (PDHC) provides you access to the greatest collection of digitized, historical archives in Pasadena. Providing access to over 10,000 digital objects, we strive to build the largest, comprehensive database of images, stories, and publications relating to Pasadena for educational use.
As our membership grows, so does our collection. Please contact us for information about joining the cooperative.
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