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    • Claremont Grammar School

    • Buildings; Claremont (Calif.); Public buildings; Students; Classrooms
    • Students attending class at Claremont Grammar School (also known as Sycamore School). Students sit at their desks. Pictures of animals are drawn on the blackboard on the left. There are pictures hanging on the wall above. An American flag is...
    • Claremont from Sixth Street and Yale Avenue

    • Buildings; Claremont (Calif.); Foothills; Mountains; Neighborhood; Photography of mountains; Public buildings; San Gabriel Mountains (Calif.); Schools; Trees; Streets
    • The city of Claremont and the San Gabriel Mountains from the Kingman House at Sixth Street and Yale Avenue. A number of houses are visible in the middle distance. The grammar school is on the left.
    • Norton School House

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes
    • Survey of the Norton school house at 145 West Seventh Street built by Edwin Clarence Norton in 1923. When Edwin Norton opened the Norton School for Boys with his brother Stephen in 1928 he moved into the house. The survey was completed by by...
    • Survey; 157 West Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • Survey of two-story house built in 1910 on 157 West Seventh Street. The first owner, Dr. D. H. Colcord, was a prominent teacher in the early days of Pomona College. Bella Molls was the next owner and first to be recorded by the assessor. The best...
    • Doctor Spalding's house

    • Buildings; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Schools; Trees
    • Dr. Spalding's house, known as "Otherwhere," on Sixth Street. Beyond the house, to the right, is the Claremont grammar school. Printed on the matte in the lower right corner the photographer's name, Boynton. More of the Boynton brothers' work...
    • Survey; 125 and 131 West Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes
    • Survey of a house on 125 and 131 West Seventh Street built in 1887, commonly named the Morriset House. The house was originally a one-room school house and had been the Union Pacific or Santa Fe Real Estate Office. Survey was completed by NeSmith.
    • Citrus groves

    • Buildings; Citrus; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Farms; Fruit trees; Foothills; Orchards; Streets; Trees
    • Citrus groves and houses with the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the background. A street runs north on the right. Power lines have been painted in along the hills. Written on the back is, "North from Claremont High School."
    • City of Claremont aerial

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    • A black and white aerial photo in good condition. Photographer noted in lower right corner in white border. Red crop marks in white border. View of the City of Claremont looking northeast toward Mt. Baldy with Green Street, and the Santa Fe and...
    • City of Claremont aerial photograph

    • Claremont (Calif.); Streets; Buildings; Trees; Orchards; Dwellings; Colleges; Schools; Parks; Mountains
    • A black and white aerial photo in good condition. Photographer noted in lower right corner in white border. Red crop marks in white border. View of the City of Claremont looking northeast toward Mt. Baldy with Green Street, and the Santa Fe and...
    • City of Claremont aerial photograph

    • Claremont (Calif.); Streets; Buildings; Trees; Orchards; Dwellings; Colleges; Schools; Parks; Mountains
    • A black and white aerial photo in good condition. Photographer noted in lower right corner in white border. View of the City of Claremont looking northeast toward Mt. Baldy with Green Street, and the Santa Fe and Pacific Electric tracks in the...
    • Survey; 156 East Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes;
    • Survey of a two-story house built in 1902 on East Seventh Street. The house was known as the Hudson House after the family of JQA Hudson, who was a bookkeeper. His daughter, Minnie, was a teacher at the Claremont Grammar School. It was demolished,...

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