Road, Rancho Santa Anita, Arcadia, 1938
- Road, Rancho Santa Anita, Arcadia, 1938
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- Los Angeles Times
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Related to Los Angeles Times article, March 27, 1938, "Rancho Santa Anita, A Los Angeles County Beauty Spot. For many years closed to the public, the thirty-acre Rancho Santa Anita Park, with its lake, fifty-one varieties of shrubs and trees, some of them the largest in Southern California, and its historic buildings of the late E.J. (Lucky) Baldwin occupancy, now is open …"
Road lined with oak trees, with fence at left and cars and trucks in distance, under cloudy sky
Rancho Santa Anita Park later became the Arboretum of Los Angeles County
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- b&w nitrate negative
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