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1Title:  Climate, the mother of destiny: A most original and instructive treatise on climate; its influence upon character elucidated. Pasadena, her destiny discussed, and the characteristics of her citizens graphically described   
 Creator:  Cummings, Theon 
 Publication:  G.A. Swerdfiger, printer, Pasadena, Cal, 1898 
 Extent:  12 p. ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Pasadena (Calif.)

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Fair Oaks Ranch Lamanda Park California   
 Creator:  Woollacott, H. J. 
 Publication:  C.E. Bireley Co., 311 W. 2d St., L.A, Los Angeles, 189-?] 
 Notes:  Sales brochure. Cover title: Fair Oaks Ranch : "the queen of the San Gabriel Valley". Publisher's statement from colophon; probable decade of publication from internal evidence. "Address communications to H.J. Woollacott care of State Bank and Trust Co., Los Angeles, Cal. or Ernst Dolge, Supt., Lamanda Park, California." Printed in green with floriated initial and tail-piece. Original color illustrated gray paper covers. 
 Extent:  [16] p. : ill. ; 13 x 19 cm. 
 Subjects:  Pasadena (Calif.)

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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3Title:  Pasadena, the crown of the valley   
 Creator:  Rieder, M. 
 Publication:  M. Rieder, Los Angeles, c1907 
 Notes:  p. [2]-[48] are captioned illustrations 
 Extent:  [48] p. : ill. (2 double) ; 20 x 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Pasadena (Calif.) | Views California Pasadena

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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4Title:  Album of Pasadena, Cal. and vicinity: Containing forty-nine photographic views and interesting descriptive reading matter   
 Creator:  Heininger, C. P. (Charles Peter), 1857-1943 
 Publication:  C.P. Heininger, San Francisco, ca. 1890] 
 Notes:  The plates are on one side of a continuous strip 12 x 228 cm. folded to form 14 leaves. The first leaf is attached to p. [2] of cover 
 Extent:  18 p., 14 pl. ; 13 x 15 cm 
 Subjects:  Pasadena (Calif.) | Views California Pasadena

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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5Title:  The Huntington: Oak Knoll, Pasadena : D.M. Linnard manager   
 Creator:  Huntington Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.) | Huntington Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.) 
 Publication:  Geo. Rice & Sons, Printers, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif.], [1914?] 
 Notes:  Cover title: Huntington : Pasadena. Illustrated title-page. Henry Huntington purchased the hotel in 1911. Huntington hired prominent Los Angeles architect Myron Hunt to redesign the main building and grounds. It reopened in 1914. Publisher's gilt-embossed buff paper covers. 
 Extent:  [24] p. ill. ; 24 x 31 cm. 
 Subjects:  Huntington Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.) | Hotels -- California -- Pasadena | Pasadena (Calif.)

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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6Title:  Robert W. Oliver Papers   
 Publication:  California Institute of Technology Archives and Special Collections 1946-1998 
 Extent:  7.5 linear feet 
 Subjects:  California Institute of Technology | Economics | Economists | Pasadena (Calif.)

 
Collection:  California Institute of Technology 
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7Title:  Page and Markham families albums, 1843-1967   
 Creator:  Page (Family) 
 Notes:  Box 1 HM 83502: Page family album. This scrapbook documents the Page family history from Connecticut to Pasadena, California in 1887. The contents of the scrapbook include: clippings regarding Connecticut and Pasadena social and religious activities, invitations to functions, correspondence, photographs, postcards, and pamphlets pasted in. There is a telegram from Booker T. Washington where he kindly declines Cornelia B. Page's invitation to visit Pasadena, California. The earliest item in this scrapbook was a letter written by Samuel Malty Page to his "Grandmother" in 1843. The latest clipping reports the death of Emily B. Page in 1916. Note: This scrapbook is fragile. Box 2 HM 83503: Marie Markham Page album. This scrapbook appears to have been prepared by Marie Markham Page. The contents of the scrapbook include: Marie Markham Page's biography, realia (including Henry H. Markham's inauguration), clippings and printed material related to Pasadena, family life, and Stanford University. The photographs include portraits of the Markham family and camping trips to areas such as Yosemite National Park. The date spans from 1879 through 1916. Box 3 HM 83504: Page family album. This photograph album contains possibly images of Benjamin Markham Page and his family. Page was the son of Benjamin E. Page and Marie Markham Page. The album spans from 1930 through 1967. Note: This photograph album is fragile. 
 Extent:  3 
 Subjects:  Markham family Photographs | Page family Photographs | Pasadena (Calif.) | Photograph albums | Scrapbooks

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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8Title:  Hotel Green, Pasadena, Cal   
 Creator:  Hotel Green (Pasadena, Calif.) | Kingsley-Barnes & Neuner Co 
 Publication:  Kingsby-Barnes & Neuner Co, Los Angeles, ca. 1896] 
 Notes:  "Col. G.G. Green, proprietor, J.H. Holmes, manager." Hotel floor plan on folded leaf in back Printed in red and black 
 Extent:  [32] p. : ill., fold. plan ; 13 x 18 cm 
 Subjects:  Hotel Green (Pasadena, Calif.) | Hotels -- California -- Pasadena | Pasadena (Calif.) | Views California Pasadena

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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9Title:  San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company minutes, 1887-1897   
 Creator:  San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company | Bradbury, L. L. 
 Notes:  The volumes begin with the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws for the San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company. Following are the meeting minutes of the company from 1888 to 1893. The first volume (HM 73896) covers 1887 to March 1890. The second volume (HM 73897) covers March 1890 to 1893. There is an issue of the "Orange Trade Reporter," Vol. 3, No. 18 (1897, April 28) in the second volume. 
 Extent:  2 
 Subjects:  San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company | Orange industry -- California | Real property -- California, Southern | Pasadena (Calif.) | San Gabriel (Calif.) | Minutes California 19th century

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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10Title:  Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Monica, San Pedro, Long Beach, Redondo telephone directory. May 1900   
 Creator:  Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company | Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company 
 Publication:  Pacific States Telephone Companies, Los Angeles, Calif, 1900] 
 Extent:  1 v. ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Long Beach (Calif.) -- Directories | Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Directories | Pasadena (Calif.) | Redondo Beach (Calif.) -- Directories | San Pedro (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- Directories | Santa Monica (Calif.) -- Directories

 
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11Title:  Lionel Allen Sheldon letter to "Dear Nelson," 1888, July 16   
 Creator:  Sheldon, Lionel A. (Lionel Allen), 1831-1917 
 Notes:  In this 2-page handwritten letter, L. A. Sheldon is asking his friend "Nelson" to help solve a problem with a missing benefit certificate and non-payment of a claim. In the letter he states that the First National Bank of Pasadena will pay on the condition that the certificate is surrendered to them. The letter is written on letterhead of "Offices of Redondo Beach Co." which has a small map of southern California showing Redondo Beach, Los Angeles and other cities. The letter includes a list of the directors of the company including Charles Silent, one of the founders of the city of Redondo Beach. 
 Extent:  1 
 Subjects:  Sheldon, Lionel A. -- (Lionel Allen), -- 1831-1917 | Silent, Charles, -- -1918 | Redondo Beach Company | Banks and banking -- California | Los Angeles (Calif.) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Redondo Beach (Calif.) | Letters (correspondence) California 19th century

 
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12Title:  Church of the Truth papers, 1920-2002   
 Creator:  Church of the Truth (Pasadena, Calif.) | Grier, Albert C. (Albert Cotton), -1941 | Grier, Gladys C., 1891- | Mills, H. Edward. | Wells, Erma Wiley. 
 Notes:  The material in this collection chiefly documents the early years of the Church. The collection is arranged alphabetically and includes the following: article clippings mentioning the church or its sister congregations during the 1920s-1930s; bible lessons used by the church's reverends; a catalog from the University of Metaphysics; church bulletins which give an introduction to the church, its teachings, and activities that the members can participate in; the program used during the dedication of the chapel; the School of Truth catalog for 1984; and the Christmas service bulletin from 1973. Also included are letters between the former Rev. Jean Williams and Erma Wiley Wells (a leader in the New thought Movement and founder of the University of Metaphysics) and between Rev. Judi Dell Warren and Rev. Kathy Meyers about the process of starting the Albert Grier School of ministry in Pasadena. The collection includes seven diaries that span from 1920 to 1937. The first diary belongs to Gladys, the daughter of Albert Grier. It documents her family's travels during the summer of 1920 as they journeyed from the state of Washington throughout California and all the way down to Tijuana, Mexico. The majority of the other diaries were kept by H. Edward (H.E.) Mills, Reverend Grier's successor, and span the time period of 1925-1935. In his journals he describes how he came to be ordained as Reverend of the Church of Truth in Pasadena and the role he fulfilled while serving in that ministry. Mills moved with his family from Spokane, Oregon after serving a number of years as associate pastor for the Church of Truth in Spokane. He was called to replace Grier who moved to New York to oversee the Waldorf Astoria Hotel and was ordained on August 15, 1925. His diaries record church events and meetings, the creation of a song book, the song book dedication, trips from Portland to Los Angeles, music recitals, and newspaper clippings that mention the church. The last diary was kept by Mary T. Mills, the wife of H. E. Mills, in 1937. It includes information about new church members, preparation for services, newspaper clippings mentioning the church, and piano recitals. In addition, there is a handwritten table of contents and an author's index for The truth, a magazine edited by A.C. Grier, which ran from 1924 to 1932. There is an outline of article titles and authors for each issue organized by month and year. Miscellaneous church items include church flyers and spring concert planning notes. Also included are the C.T.C. notebooks kept by Rev. Jean Williams from 1957-1964 and a notebook belonging to Albert Grier which outlines Ralph Waldo Emerson's philosophy and teachings for the Church of the Truth. 
 Extent:  49 
 Subjects:  Church of the Truth (Pasadena, Calif.) Archives | New Thought | Religious institutions -- California | Pasadena (Calif.) | Church bulletins California 20th century | Church records California 20th century | Diaries California 20th century | Letters (correspondence) California 20th century

 
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13Title:  Sunny Slope Water Company records, 1858-1913   
 Creator:  Sunny Slope Water Company (Pasadena, Calif.) 
 Notes:  The Sunny Slope Water Company records contain facsimiles of plat confirmations and water maps. The plat confirmations show land that became part of the company's service area, while the maps show the natural and company sources of water. 
 Extent:  10 
 Subjects:  Sunny Slope Water Company (Pasadena, Calif.) History | Water-supply -- California -- Los Angeles County | Water-supply -- California -- Maps | Pasadena (Calif.) | Sunny Slope Ranch (Calif.) | Business records California | Plats (maps) California

 
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14Title:  Letters regarding the Tournament of Roses parade, 1933   
 Creator:  Byrd, Richard Evelyn, 1888-1957 | Bennett, Cyril | Farrand, Max, 1869-1945 
 Notes:  Series of 5 letters regarding the proposed participation of Richard E. Byrd as Grand Marshall of the 1934 Tournament of Roses parade in Pasadena, California. Includes two letters from Max Farrand and one from Cyril Bennett regarding the possibility of Byrd's participation, and two letters from Byrd writing that he will be in Antarctica at the time specified and therefore unlikely to be able to attend. 
 Extent:  5 
 Subjects:  Byrd, Richard Evelyn, -- 1888-1957 | Tournament of Roses | Parades -- California | California -- History -- 1850-1950 | Pasadena (Calif.) | Letters (correspondence) California 20th century | Letters (correspondence) Massachusetts 20th century

 
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15Title:  Bonanza and Borrasca: the life story of Chester Loomis North, 1973   
 Creator:  North, Chester Loomis. 
 Notes:  The autobiography covers North's life from his birth in San Francisco in 1889 to his life as a silversmith in Pasadena, California in the 1950s. In it, he talks about his life in San Francisco, his friendship with Timothy Hopkins, a voyage he took to Hawaii and Japan in 1903, his living abroad in Europe for several years, World War I, the Great Depression, and his work with Clarke Aero-Hydraulics, Inc. during World War II. Throughout the manuscript, North talks about his grandfather John Wesley North. The manuscript includes a 3-page index at the beginning listing subjects and their pages. 
 Extent:  1 202 pages. 
 Subjects:  Hopkins, Timothy, 1859-1937 | North, Chester Loomis | North, J. W. -- (John W.) | Depressions -- 1929 -- United States | World War, 1914-1918 | World War, 1939-1945 | California -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Pasadena (Calif.) | San Francisco (Calif.) | Autobiographies California 20th century

 
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16Title:  Abstract and Title Insurance Co. ledger of deeds and legal documents all related to property in San Gabriel, California, 1876-1890   
 Creator:  Abstract and Title Insurance Co. (Los Angeles, Calif.) | Hellman, Isaias W. (Isaias William), 1842-1920 | Howard, Catherine Elizabeth Gooch. | Sanborn, John P. | San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company | Wells, Van Dyke, & Lee 
 Notes:  This volume contains deeds, tax assessment and some legal documents all related to land in San Gabriel, California (Los Angeles County) starting in 1876 and continuing to 1890. Also included is the Articles of Incorporation of the San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company. Participants include: Isaias W. Hellman, Catherine Howard, John P. Sanborn and Wells, Van Dyke & Lee. Land in Pasadena (the San Pasqual Rancho) and Santa Anita Rancho are also discussed. 
 Extent:  1 38 cm., 106 pages. 
 Subjects:  Abstract and Title Insurance Co. (Los Angeles, Calif.) | Real property -- California, Southern | Pasadena (Calif.) | Rancho San Pascual (Calif.) | Rancho Santa Anita (Calif.) | San Gabriel (Calif.) | Deeds California 19th century

 
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17Title:  Growing up with Lawrence Clark Powell   
 Creator:  Ritchie, Ward, 1905-1996 
 Publication:  California State Library Foundation, Sacramento, Calif, c1987. 
 Extent:  18 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Powell, Lawrence Clark, -- 1906-2001 -- Childhood and youth | Powell, Lawrence Clark, -- 1906-2001 -- Friends and associates | Ritchie, Ward, -- 1905-1996 -- Childhood and youth | Ritchie, Ward, -- 1905-1996 -- Friends and associates | Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography | Printers -- United States -- Biography | Pasadena (Calif.)

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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18Title:  Cudahy family papers, 1901-1925   
 Creator:  Cudahy (Family) 
 Notes:  Collection consists of the papers of John P. "Jack" and Edna Cudahy family. Includes correspondence and ephemera. The correspondence contains 228 letters, many written to Edna Cudahy. These are arranged alphabetically by author. These letters contain information relating to theater and society life in the early twentieth century, Michael Cudahy's life at Belmont School for Boys, Jack's experience as an officer at Camp Lewis, Washington, during World War I, and some correspondence related to Jack's business interests and trust funds. There are also 91 pieces of ephemera, including calling cards, report cards, greeting cards, and some receipts for goods and services. The ephemera is organized alphabetically by type. Most of the correspondence and ephemera relates to intimate family life and the social connections between members of the industrial and entertainment elite of the first decades of the twentieth century. A letter from Edna Cudahy Browne to John, Box 1 (11), discusses the young woman's decision to become a nun, though she married Percy Browne the following year. Subjects in this collection related to film distribution include: Associated First National Pictures, W.W. Hodgkinson, Marcus Loew, Paramount Pictures, and Adolph Zukor. Other subjects include: Catholic schools, Catholic women, Santa Catalina Island, and World War I. 
 Extent:  319 
 Subjects:  Cudahy family | Hodgkinson, W. W | Loew, Marcus | Zukor, Adolph, -- 1873-1976 | Associated First National Pictures, Inc | Paramount Pictures Corporation | Catholic schools | Catholic women | Motion pictures -- Distribution | Theater and society | World War, 1914-1918 -- Canada | World War, 1914-1918 -- Washington (State) | Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Santa Catalina Island (Calif.) | Ephemera 20th century | Letters (correspondence) 20th century

 
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19Title:  Fritz Zwicky papers, 1940-1967   
 Creator:  Zwicky, F. (Fritz), 1898-1974 
 Notes:  The collection chiefly deals with Zwicky and his family although there is a little material related to astronomy. The collection includes one volume that contains letters between Zwicky and his daughters while they were in Switzerland (for school at Hochalpines Institut, Fetan). Entitled "Briefe von und an die kinder." In his letters, Zwicky sometimes mentions his research and astronomical work. There are also three telephone books that belonged to Zwicky, one photograph of Fritz Zwicky (c.1950), and 14 views of the star cluster Hyades (photographs have notes on the versos). Also included in the collection are 5 audio tapes, reel to reel, that are not labeled and undated. There are also 14 16mm film reels that contain scenes of home life in Pasadena; Zwicky family trips; school shows with Zwicky's daughters; and scenes at Palomar Observatory. Some of the material is in German. The cataloger did not review the audio-video material. 
 Extent:  38 
 Subjects:  Zwicky, F. -- (Fritz), -- 1898-1974 | California Institute of Technology | Palomar Observatory | Astronomers -- United States -- Archives | Astronomy -- Photographs | Astronomy -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Stars -- Clusters | California, Southern -- History -- 20th century -- Sources | Fetan (Switzerland) | Pasadena (Calif.) | Switzerland -- Description and travel | Audiotapes 20th century | 16mm 20th century | Letters (correspondence) California 20th century | Letters (correspondence) Switzerland 20th century | Photographs 20th century

 
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20Title:  Charles D. Miller papers, 1919-2012   
 Creator:  Miller, Charles D. 
 Notes:  The Charles D. Miller papers consist primarily of memorabilia accumulated by Miller over the span of his career at Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, and Avery Dennison Corporation. The combination of business records and Miller's personal notes, shows the growth of Avery Dennison under the leadership of a confident and innovative businessman. Also included are items related to his involvement as a business leader and community activist. There are also some personal letters and greeting cards sprinkled throughout the collection, primarily, during his later years. The memorabilia are organized chronologically and include, but not limited to: correspondence, clippings, information packets, memos, newsletters, notices, outlines, photographs, printed matter, reports, reviews, speeches, and summaries. At the beginning of the collection, there are items related to Miller's father, Mark A. Miller. They primarily concern his career at The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company, where he was the assistant general manager. At the end of the collection, there are adhesive samples, stamps, compact discs, VHS, photograph albums, scrapbooks, and 3-D objects. Note: Miller differentiated "Avery" material from the rest of the collection. This distinction is inconsistent, though. Although a folder may be identified as "Avery", additional Avery material may be found in the "Miller, Charles D." folders. Any duplicates found in the collection have been integrated chronologically. The specific subject of a folder, when provided by Miller's original folder description, is provided. 
 Extent:  69 1 oversize folder. 
 Subjects:  Avery, R. Stanton, -- 1907- | Miller, Charles D. -- Archives | Avery Dennison Corporation | Booz, Allen & Hamilton | Johns Hopkins University | United Way of Greater Los Angeles | Yale & Towne Manufacturing Company | Adhesives industry | Businessmen | Label industry | Paper products industry | Netherlands | Pasadena (Calif.) | San Marino (Calif.) | Business records | Clippings (information artifacts) | Corporation reports | Memorabilia | Personal papers | Photographs | Professional papers

 
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