Fred Alger Jr., Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, and Hugh Blue at the Santa Anita race track, Arcadia, 1930s
- Fred Alger Jr., Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, and Hugh Blue at the Santa Anita race track, Arcadia, 1930s
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- Los Angeles Times
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Five men lean against a rail at a horse race track. Fred Alger Jr., left, wears binoculars around his neck.
“Azacar” from negative sleeve is a misspelling of Alger’s race horse named Azucar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alger Jr. owned a race horse named Azucar that raced frequently in the 1930s, winning the Santa Anita Handicap race in 1935. Hugh Blue, on the far right, was the secretary of Santa Anita race track from its founding in 1934 to his death in 1965.
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Vanderbilt, Alfred Gwynne, 1912-1999
Santa Anita Park (Arcadia, Calif.)
Blue, Hugh, 1886-1965
Alger, Frederick M. (Frederick Moulton), 1907-1967
- Santa Anita (Calif.)
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- still image
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