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    • Wheeler scrapbook 1, page 2

    • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Photographs; Portraits; Obituaries; Scrapbook journaling; College presidents-Inauguration; Speeches, addresses, etc.; Baldwin, Cyrus Grandison; Bent, Henry Kirke White; Marriage announcements
    • The page contains a magazine clipping and several newspaper clippings covering the life and death of Cyrus G. Baldwin. A portrait of Baldwin is included, as is a portrait of Henry Kirke White Bent.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 119

    • Architecture, Domestic; Citrus fruit industry; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Dwellings; Hikers; Horses; Frontier and pioneer life; Gold mines and mining; Landscape and garden; Landscape photography; Miners; Parade floats; Photographs;...
    • Two photographs and a newspaper clipping on development and hiker expeditions in the mountain ranges near Claremont, particularly the San Antonio Canyon. Also includes landscape photographs from residences on Foothill Boulevard and a photograph of...
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 311

    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company; Botany; Camps; Canyons; Citrus fruit industry; Claremont Colleges; Climate; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); College teachers; Congregational churches; Dinosaurs; Droughts; Electric railroads;...
    • Page contains newspaper articles which cover a plethora of subjects in Claremont and Los Angeles. Also contains a booklet which describes the positive qualities of Indian Hill and Claremont.
    • 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 106

    • Architecture, Domestic; Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company; Biography; Business enterprises; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Congregational Church (Claremont, Calif.); Obituaries; Palmer, Frank L.; Photographs; Portraits;...
    • Collection of obituaries, biographies, and photographs of Frank L. Palmer and Lewis Nathaniel Smith. Includes photograph of Mrs. Lewis Nathaniel Smith.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 328

    • Adams Express Company; Alvarado, Juan Bautista, 1809-1882; Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America; Apprenticeship programs; Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company; Bible. O.T.; Bixby, Llewellyn; Bridges;...
    • Page contains articles relating to Frank Wheeler's activities and historical speeches. Also includes his obituaries. Last clipping shows image of Ontario's first, mule-driven street car.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 312

    • Centennials; Church meetings; Church membership; Church services; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Congregational churches; Deacons; Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882; Harwood, Charles E.; Judges; Men's clothing; Older people; Pamphlets; Trusts...
    • Two church bulletins and a photograph recognize the birthday of Charles E. Harwood at 100 and 102 years of age.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 303

    • Architecture-Mutilation, defacement, etc.; Boundary disputes; Camping; Canyons; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Forest rangers; Judges; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Public prosecutors; Scrapbook journaling; Trials; Water utilities
    • A series of articles recount the legal battle over the rights to a road leading to San Antonio Canyon. Articles present a list of accounts through newspaper clippings which detail arrests, filed suits, and destruction of private property.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 334

    • Auditors; Anderson, Robert M.; Angellotti, Frank M.; Banks and banking; Beatty, William H.; California. Dept. of General Services; California. District Attorney (Los Angeles County); California. Legislature. Assembly; California. Office of State...
    • Collection of short articles describe 1902 California electoral results, accusations against banks, and a critique of James N. Gillett and his collusion with the Southern Pacific Railroad Company.
    • 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 125-1

    • Census; Civil service Salaries, etc.; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Committees; Municipal bonds; Municipal incorporation; Public meetings; Public officers; Roads Design and construction; Seaver, Carlton; Small cities; Taxation; Trusts and...
    • Title in full states: "Absurdity of Claremont incorporation. City Government for Claremont will mean heavy taxation--what is to be gained--incorporation will create perpetual discord--final appeal to voters." Article is a submitted plea to...
    • Wheeler scrapbook 1, page 16

    • Advertising; Boards of trade; City council members; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); College buildings; College students; Horse-drawn vehicles; Municipal incorporation; Newspapers; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Pomona College (Claremont,...
    • Page contains a copy of The Pomona Student from 1889, newspaper clippings regarding the incorporation of Claremont and the ownership of its water company. Also includes are images from Pomona College's campus and student body.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 3, page 335

    • Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America; Automobiles; Beekeepers; Boards of trade; Bonds; Brackett, Frank Parkhurst, b. 1865; Burdette, Robert J. (Robert Jones), 1844-1914; Citrus fruit industry; Clippings (Books,...
    • Articles on page report the renovation of Foothill Boulevard and anecdotes about Frank Wheeler's activities.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 101

    • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Founding; Frontier and pioneer life; Garner, Herman H.; Gold; Horse-drawn vehicles; Land settlement; Landscape and garden; Letters; Martin, William T.; Mexicans; Mormons; Parties; Photographs; Portraits, Group;...
    • Captioned "Early history of Claremont by H. A. Palmer," page includes a collection of articles and short pieces on the history of El Alisal and Claremont's development.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 309-2

    • Bichowsky, Emmo C.; Billheimer, John S.; Business enterprises; Citrus fruit industry; College presidents; Dole, James Albert; Duvall, Oliver Harvey; Electric railroads-Rails; Engineers; Gates, George Augustus; Hart, Elmer W.; Huntington, Henry...
    • Page contains Frank Wheeler's personal retelling of the Pacific Electric Railway's development in Southern California and photographs of notable men, including railroad magnate Henry Edwards Huntington.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 135

    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company; Baldwin, Cyrus Grandison; Blaisdell, James Arnold, 1867-1957; Brackett, Frank Parkhurst, b. 1865; California-Gold discoveries; Cemeteries; Christian cemeteries; Citrus fruit industry; City halls;...
    • Articles detail the history of Pomona College on its 40th anniversary; a citrus industry landmark; the Claremont school and its time as a city hall and fire station; and the Palomares cemetery, Pomona's oldest graveyard. Also includes a group...
    • Wheeler scrapbook 3, page 387

    • Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company; Blueprints; Claremont (Calif.)-Maps; Land grants; Land grants-California; Land tenure; Maps; Pacific Electric Railway Company; Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.); Real property; Real...
    • Three blueprint maps show East and West Claremont as well as the boundary lines of the Angeles National Forest.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 2, page 122

    • Architecture, Domestic; Bears; Beekeepers; Biography; Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Dwellings; Founding; Frontier and pioneer life; Land settlement; Landscape and garden; Letters; Martin, Margaret Mary; Martin, Robert Andrew; Martin, William...
    • Articles and photographs of William T. Martin, the first white settler in Claremont. Includes information on his family, history, and active participation in Claremont and Los Angeles County's development.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 1, page 12

    • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); College students; College teachers; College yearbooks; College presidents; Dedications; Bent, Henry Kirke White; Ferguson, Franklin LaDu; Glee clubs; Portraits; Portraits, Group; Scrapbook journaling; Sumner,...
    • Dated 1900 and 1901, the page contains clippings from volumes of The Metate published in those years.
    • Wheeler scrapbook 3, page 401, loose material, Monrovia map

    • City maps; Engineers; Land grants; Land grants-California; Land tenure; Maps; Public schools; Real property; Real property-California; Sanatoriums; Scrapbook journaling; Street names
    • Map of Monrovia shows tracts of land that make up the city as well as street names, the city park, the Pottenger Sanatorium, and names of local schools. Schools include: Wild Rose Avenue School, Monrovia High School, and Orange Avenue School. Map...

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