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Photograph of Monterey Pass Road in 1928
L.H. Browning
Date Created and/or Issued
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Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library
Contributing Institution
Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library
Monterey Park History Collection
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L.H. Browning
Monterey Pass Road around 1928, also known as the old Coyote Pass Road. View is looking north from about the present fire station in Monterey Pass. The roadway pictured was the old Whitcomb Stage route from Los Angeles. From the Browning Collection.
1 black and white 35mm slide; 32262280 Bytes
Whitcomb Stage route
Coyote Pass
Monterey Pass
Mountain passes--California--Monterey Park
Stagecoach lines--California--Monterey Park
Monterey Park (Calif.)
Los Angeles County (Calif.)
Monterey Pass Road (Monterey Park, Calif.)
Coyote Pass Road (Monterey Park, Calif.)

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