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    • Site of Pomona College

    • Buildings; Citrus; Claremont (Calif.); Claremont Colleges; Foothills; Fruit trees; Mountains; Orchards; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); San Gabriel Mountains (Calif.)
    • Orchards in the foreground with City of Claremont beyond. Sunkist Growers' Association building is on the left. San Gabriel Mountains in the distance. Caption beneath photo reads, "The College site. 'The mountains were man's first teachers'." ...
    • Intersection of College and Bonita Avenues

    • Claremont (Calif.); Claremont Colleges; Eucalyptus; Palms; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Streets; Trees
    • The intersection of College Avenue and Bonita Avenue on the Pomona College campus. The center of the photograph shows the future site of Seaver House. Beyond there are several small buildings and to the right the roof of the President's House at...
    • Bentley's store

    • Business enterprises; Claremont (Calif.); Commercial buildings; Farm produce; Groceries
    • Interior of L.J. Bentley's store on Yale Avenue, the first self serve grocery store in Claremont. Canned goods and boxed goods as well as fresh produce and grains line the shelves. Three figures stand in the center of the store by a large scale. ...
    • Map of Claremont

    • Claremont (Calif.); Maps
    • Map of Claremont from 1897. The map covers approximately the area south of Tenth Street, north of Cucamongo Avenue, east of Alexander (now Indian Hill) Boulevard, and west of Forest Avenue. In left upper corner it says, " Map of Claremont, Los...
    • 145, 157 & 169 West Seventh Street

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • A copy of a page about three houses on West Seventh Street and their occupants. 145 West Seventh Street was built in 1923. By 1928 The Norton School for Boys was started on the site by Dean Norton and his brother Stephen. The house on !57 West...

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