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Title
View of Woodland Drive [Graphic]
Creator
Hinojos, Joe A
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1945
Contributing Institution
Sierra Madre Public Library
Collection
Sierra Madre Public Library local history collection
Rights Information
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Description
Title supplied by cataloger.
Front of the image is stamped "Joe A. Hinojos - Photography.".
Image published on page 136 in Sierra Madre Vistas: A Pictorial History of Sierra Madre, compiled and edited by Elizabeth P. Keith, Sierra Madre, California: Sierra Madre Historical Society, 1976.
View shows the street, mailboxes, residences, and cars.
Sierra Madre Historical Archives Collection.
4x5 b&w negative available.
Cataloging and copy negative sponsored by the California State Library, Library Services and Technology Act
Reproduction may be restricted;
Source unknown.
Situated at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains in Little Santa Anita Canyon, the area is formerly known as Carter's Camp and as Sierra Madre Canyon Park. In 1913 the Carter property was sold and subdivided into building lots. The area has maintained much of its rustic quality and many of the original summer homes are lived in year round.
Type
Image
Extent
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.
Identifier
(OCoLC)44408353
Language
English
Subject
Streets--California--Sierra Madre
Sierra Madre (Calif.)
Photographic prints
Place
California
Sierra Madre
Sierra Madre (Calif.)

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