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    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 126

    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company; Automobiles; Automobiles-Societies, etc.; Caricatures and cartoons; Census; Clerks; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Committees; Geer, Francis Heman; Marshals; Mayors; Motorcycles; Photographs;...
    • Titled "the shame of Claremont (1912)," page shows a collection of newspaper clippings and a multiple-city survey on increased police activity in giving multiple speeding tickets to Claremont citizens. Focuses particularly on the influence of...
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 307-1

    • Bear attacks; Geologists; Landscape and garden; Lava flows; Mountains; Photographs; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Portraits, Group; Printed ephemera; Puma attacks; Smithsonian Institution; Trees; Volcanoes; Water well drilling
    • A short summary and photograph of Brown's flats which details its location, history, and discovery of lava.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 317

    • Actions and defenses; Aqueducts; Artesian wells; Auditors; Auditor's reports; Bonds; Boulder Canyon Project (U.S.); Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Currier, Alvan Tyler; Dams; Dikes (Geology); Droughts; Engineers; Financial statements;...
    • Newspaper article and balance sheet detail the activities of the Pomona Valley Protective Association and its work in irrigation and water conservation in Pomona and Southern California.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 124

    • Automobiles; Bonds; Book clubs (Discussion groups); Business enterprises; City council members; City halls; Clerks; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); College teachers; Cree, Ira J.; Farmhouses; Frontier and pioneer life; Fuelbreaks; Gale,...
    • Three newspaper articles highlight the early history of Claremont and Palmer Canyon. Four photographs focus on Warren Gale and his goat farm. The goats were utilized in government clearing of firebreaks, now called fuelbreaks.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 318

    • Advertising, Newspaper; American Tree Association; Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company; Beet sugar industry; California; Church services; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Daughters of the American Revolution; Franciscans; Frontier...
    • Various articles relate a wedding in the Palomares and Soto family, the historical significance of a Pomona live oak tree, and a notable railroad accident in San Dimas.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 307

    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company; Baker, Vincent W.; Bear attacks; Camp, John Bradford; Camping-California; Citrus fruit industry; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Cremation; Donkeys; Freemasons; Fruit growers; Fumigation;...
    • A collection of newspaper clippings which relate to the area called Brown's flats and John Bradford Camp, its owner.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 315

    • Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920); American Legion of California; American Relief Administration; Armistice Day; Below, Otto von, 1857-1944; Brackett, Frank Parkhurst, b. 1865; Byng, Julian Hedworth George Byng, Viscount, 1862-1935; Diaz,...
    • Two articles on World War One. The first article presents portraits of major military leaders as well as detailed descriptions of battles and the context surrounding the war. The second article is a speech by Frank Parkhurst Brackett on the topics...
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 314

    • Albert I, King of the Belgians, 1875-1934; Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920); Bible. O.T.; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Political cartoons; Providence and government of God; Treaty of Versailles (1919); Triple Alliance, 1882; World...
    • Two newspaper clippings announce the ending of the first World War and discuss Germany's defeat.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 1, page 31

    • Palomares, Ignacio; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Brackett, Frank Parkhurst, b. 1865; Vejar, Ricardo; Washington (D.C.); Daughters of the American Revolution; Trees; Adobe houses; Mount Baldy (Calif.); Landscape and garden; Photographs;...
    • President Roosevelt comes to Claremont, a tree in Pomona becomes a landmark and the Pomona campus is showcased in a series of images.

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