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Photographic portrait of Lieutenant Colonel Jabez Banbury, pioneer of Pasadena, 1874. He can be seen from the chest up looking slightly to the left. He wears a pin-striped ascot with pin, a light-colored shirt, a high vest, and jacket. He has a short graying beard and moustache and a receding hairline. His medium-length gray hair is wavy. Banbury, who served in the Iowa Infantry the during the Civil War, was one of the founders of Pasadena. He eventually settled in Altadena.
3 photographs : photonegative, photoprints, b&w 26 x 21 cm., 21 x 16 cm. negatives (photographic) photographic prints photographs
chs-m13439 USC-1-1-1-13593 [Legacy record ID] CHS-4850 http://doi.org/10.25549/chs-m13439 http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/CHS-4850.jpg
Banbury, Col. Jobez Pasadena, Portraits Men Portraits--Banbury
California Los Angeles Pasadena USA
1-37-211 [Microfiche number] 4850 [Accession number] CHS-4850 [Call number] California Historical Society [Contributing entity]