South Pasadena, California
South Pasadena is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 25,619, up from 24,292 at the 2000 census. It is located in the West San Gabri...
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Arroyo Seco (Los Angeles County)
The Arroyo Seco, meaning "dry stream" in Spanish, is a 24.9-mile-long (40.1 km) seasonal river, canyon, watershed, and cultural area in Los Angeles County, California. The area was explored by Ga...
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Cawston Ostrich Farm
Cawston Ostrich Farm, located in South Pasadena, California, United States, was opened in 1886 by Edwin Cawston. It was America's first ostrich farm and was located in the Arroyo Seco Valley just thre...
Rancho Rosa Castilla
Rancho Rosa Castilla was a 3,283-acre (13.29 km) Mexican land grant in the southwestern San Rafael Hills, in present day Los Angeles County, California, given to Juan Ballesteros in 1831 by Gove...
Boller and Chivens
Boller and Chivens was an American manufacturer of high-quality telescopes and spectrographs headquartered in South Pasadena, California.
Founded about 1946 by Harry Berthold Boller (1915-1997) an...
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Fair Oaks Avenue (Pasadena, California)
Fair Oaks Avenue in Pasadena, California, is a major north-south road connecting the communities of Altadena, Pasadena, and South Pasadena, running 7.9 miles (12.7 km) in length. It starts at its...
Donald Heiney
Donald Heiney (/ˈhaɪni/; September 7, 1921 – July 24, 1993) was a sailor and academic as well as a prolific and inventive writer using the pseudonym of MacDonald Harris for fiction.Heiney was bo...
Lucretia Garfield
Lucretia Rudolph-Garfield (April 19, 1832 – March 14, 1918), wife of James A. Garfield, was First Lady of the United States in 1881.
Born in Hiram, Ohio, the daughter of Zeb Rudolph, a farme...
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William F. Harrah
William Fisk Harrah (September 2, 1911 – June 30, 1978) was an American businessman and the founder of Harrah's Hotel and Casinos.
Harrah was born in South Pasadena, California, the son of an atto...
Rancho San Pascual
Rancho San Pascual also known as Rancho el Rincon de San Pascual was a 14,403-acre (58.29 km) Mexican land grant in present day Los Angeles County, California given to Juan Marine in 1834 by Jos...
San Rafael Hills
The San Rafael Hills are a mountain range in Los Angeles County, California. They are one of the lower Transverse Ranges, and are parallel to and below the San Gabriel Mountains to the south, adjacent...
South Pasadena High School
South Pasadena High School (SPHS or "South Pas") is the one public high school serving grades 9-12 in the city of South Pasadena, California. With the South Pasadena Middle School and three elementary...
South Pasadena Local (Pacific Electric)
South Pasadena Local was an interurban line operated by the Pacific Electric Railway between Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Pasadena, California by way of the Arroyo Seco Route. This line was origi...
Derek Bloom
Derek Bloom (born January 30, 1983 in South Pasadena, California), is an American drummer, known for drumming in metalcore band From First to Last for all of their time as a band until their revival. ...
South Pasadena Cancer Center
The South Pasadena Cancer Center is a 22,000-square-foot (2,000 m) outpatient cancer center which serves the San Gabriel Valley, San Fernando Valley and parts of greater Los Angeles. As one of th...
Larry Mullins
Laurence A. "Moon" Mullins (June 13, 1908 – August 10, 1968) was an American college football player, coach and athletic director. He played fullback under Knute Rockne at the University of Notr...
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Rancho Huerta de Cuati
Rancho Huerta de Cuati was a 127-acre (0.51 km) Mexican land grant in the San Rafael Hills area of present day Los Angeles County, California given in 1838 by governor Juan Alvarado to Victoria R...
California Cycleway
The California Cycleway, opened in 1900, was an elevated tollway built specially for bicycle traffic through the Arroyo Seco, intended to connect the cities of Pasadena and Los Angeles, in California,...
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Hahamog-na
The Hahamog'na, commonly anglicized to Hahamongna /hɑːˈhɑːməŋɡə/ and spelled Xaxaamonga in their native language, are a tribe of the Tongva people of California. Their language belongs to the Uto-Azte...
Hahamongna, California
Hahamongna and Hahamog-na are historic Tongva-Gabrieleño Native American settlements in the Verdugo Mountains of Southern California, named after the local Tongva band's name Hahamog'na, in present-d...
Eulalia Pérez de Guillén Mariné
Eulalia Perez de Guillen Marine (1766 – June 11, 1878), better known in Spanish orthography as Eulalia Pérez de Guillén Mariné, was a Californio who was mayordoma of Missión San Gabriel Arcángel...
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