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Photograph features the funeral procession for Owen Brown, at Colorado Street and Raymond, heading toward the Methodist Tabernacle. The tall structure in the background is the First Methodist Episcopal Church, which marked the start of the procession. It is located on the southeast corner of Marengo and Colorado. Across from the meat market is the Vore and Hoag Livery Stables.
Brown, John Brown, Owen City Meat Market (Pasadena, Calif.) Commercial Buildings--California--Pasadena Crowds--California--Pasadena Funeral rites and ceremonies--California--Pasadena Horse-drawn vehicles--California--Pasadena First Methodist Episcopal Church (Pasadena, Calif.) Stables--California--Pasadena Grand Army of the Republic (Pasadena, Calif.) Methodist Episcopal Tabernacle (Pasadena, Calif.) Vore and Hoag Livery Stables (Pasadena, Calif.) Colorado Boulevard (Pasadena, Calif.)