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Southern California Quarterly (2017) 99 (3): 251–289.
Published: 01 August 2017
... hostelries and race racial discrimination RACIAL DYNAMISM IN LOS ANGELES, 1900 1964: The Role of the Green Book By Frank Norris ABSTRACT: Between 1900 and 1964 Los Angeles attracted a sizeable influx of African American tourists and new residents. While race relations may have been better than in the...
Southern California Quarterly (2015) 97 (1): 29–68.
Published: 01 February 2015
... experienced social life in the town of San Fernando (37, 47, 60 66) but also remarked about going into Los Angeles for theater, business, and shopping (45, 49 50, 61, 66, 68). Rail connection to the larger world was another common theme (32, 34 36, 39, 44 45, 51, 58, 66, 68). While Murphy addresses race...
Southern California Quarterly (2008) 90 (4): 349–378.
Published: 01 December 2008
...; Jones, Health- Seekers in the Southwest, 186. S. A. Knopf, "The California Quarantine Against Consumptives," Forum 28 (January 1900): 615-20. Abel, Tuberculosis and the Politics of Exclusion, 29-38, 61-140, Natalia Molina, Fit to Be Citizens? Public Health and Race in Los Angeles, 1878-1939...
Southern California Quarterly (1996) 78 (2): 139–174.
Published: 01 July 1996
... commemorate the 350th anniversary of his advent on the coast] to rival the Flower Festival in Santa Barbara and so prevent the exodus of guests." He assured Spreckels "the expenses would be nominal at the affair on the grounds [of the race track nearby] , compared to the large profit we would receive in...
Southern California Quarterly (1993) 75 (3-4): 263–301.
Published: 01 October 1993
..., Los Angeles: Epic of A city (Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1974), p. 216. 18 Keith Wheeler, The Railroads (New York: Time Life Books, 1973), p. 206. 19 Ward, Rails and the Character of America, p. 105. 20 Los Angeles Daily Times, January 1, 1886, p. 2. 21 Dumke, Boom of the...
Southern California Quarterly (1991) 73 (2): 125–156.
Published: 01 July 1991
...) of the pueblo. Though never totally regaining his health, Verdugo enjoyed the many visitors that arrived at the rancho. Tables were laden with ranch-grown fruits and vegetables, and meat came from the rancho herds. Fiestas, family weddings, cock-fights, bull- fights and horse races held on the...
Southern California Quarterly (1975) 57 (1): 1–16.
Published: 01 April 1975
... closely by W. G. Brewster of Pomona Col- lege in 1 hour, 21 minutes and 30 seconds. The Pasadena Star, April 30, 1913, in a front page story, reported the race: The race was a close one between Brewster and Ray over almost the entire course. The fact that the white man was not familiar with the trail...
Southern California Quarterly (1963) 45 (2): 123–168.
Published: 01 June 1963
... exposition in San Diego and the opening of the race track at Agua Caliente did much to boom the town and add to its population. Many of the fair visitors took time to see a bit of "Old Mexico" and race fans were attracted by the gambling and drinking at the race track. The population growth brought the...
Southern California Quarterly (1958) 40 (3): 285–303.
Published: 01 September 1958
.... The west side of the street was once solidly built with the false front, one story board and batt buildings common to mining camps. To the north was the Derrick Saloon. To the south was the town's glory, the Southern Hotel, finest hostelry beween Los Angeles and San Francisco. The depot alone remains...
Southern California Quarterly (1951) 33 (1): 90–93.
Published: 01 March 1951
... People," (The Old and New World Races) - "Life and Its Problems," this publica- tion was written by the venerable citi- zen when he was ninety-six years old; An address entitled "The Seer," was given by President Robert Maclay Widney at Maclay College. Miss Mary J. Workman: Photograph of Kit Carson's...
Southern California Quarterly (1951) 33 (4): 331–358.
Published: 01 December 1951
... that in the conclusion of the racing season inaugurated by the proprietors of the Clarendon, in the fifth event, a trotting race, Enoch Arden had won in three minutes and two sec- onds. In the mile dash for ladies in phaetons, only two entered: Mrs. Durfee, driving Enoch Arden, and Mrs. Hard, Los...
Southern California Quarterly (1953) 35 (2): 129–152.
Published: 01 June 1953
... Angeles Turnverein used the Grove for its gymnastics, sack racing, target shooting and singing. The city bought the grove in 1905, and in 1907 it was enlarged by 131 THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA a piece of land which was a gift of residents of the neighborhood. The park is still used for...
Southern California Quarterly (1951) 33 (3): 245–269.
Published: 01 September 1951
... appropriation for San Pedro harbor and the act that made Wilmington a port of delivery. Speeches were made by A. J. King and others. This year a committee made plans for a real Fourth of July 260 First Hotel of Old Los Angeles celebration, which included several races. This notice appeared in the News, July 12...
Southern California Quarterly (1951) 33 (1): 37–59.
Published: 01 March 1951
... Los Angeles The race course covered nine miles. Beginning at the edge of Los Angeles, the animals raced four and one-half miles southward, then returned to town. This gave the excited spectators a chance to see the triumphant finish made by Black Swan, who was an easy winner. The Sepúlvedas and their...
Southern California Quarterly (1951) 33 (2): 147–179.
Published: 01 June 1951
... bitter and continued until Tomlinson's death in 1868. For example, an especially lively race took place after the steamer Sierra Nevada had reached Deadman's Island. Many were out to watch the coaches, side by side, racing along San Pedro Street, in Los Angeles; then they turned west on First, and hardly...
Southern California Quarterly (1944) 26 (4): 138–161.
Published: 01 December 1944
... and worked with him in Pasadena and Los Angeles . . . "We have lost a leader who will always be remembered for his constructive services to the public, for his fine example of patriotic Americanism, for his splendid sportsmanship and his endearing qual- ities of friendship to all who knew him in...
Southern California Quarterly (1943) 25 (1-2): 4–65.
Published: 01 March 1943
... the aroma of leather, to remind him of the olden time. The firm, today, is doing an extensive business in saddles and polo and racing equipment. Samuel B. Caswell (councilman 1869-1870 and 1875-1878; super- visor 1872-1874) arrived in Los Angeles in 1865 and, the following year, joined John F. Ellis...