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Panaromic view showing farms and a few residences in the Crescenta Valley, the location of La Can~ada Flintridge. The large white Victorican era house on the right was owned by Ed Dunham, manager of the Pico House Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Considered one of the largest homes in La Can~ada for many years, the residence was destroyed by fire in 1932. The other residences of various architectural styles, predominantly Spanish, are not identified.; Crescenta valley is located between the San Gabriel Mountains (background) and Angeles National Forest. Prior to incorporation in 1976, La Can~ada and Flintridge were two distinct communities. Flintridge was named after Republican Senator and developer Frank Putnam Flint.; For a view showing the area a few years earlier, see image 00074194.
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00074193 Security Pacific National Bank Collection La Can~ada Flintridge-Views, Panoramic; N-003-975 8x10 CARL0000077159 http://126.96.36.199/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/115048
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