Title: Scenes of Altadena, Los Angeles, and Southern California,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1890
Collection number: photCL 403
Extent: 53 Kodak bull's eye prints (gelatin silver) on 14
San Marino, California 91108
Purchased from Dawson's Book Shop, October 1997.
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[Identification of item], Scenes of Altadena, Los Angeles, and Southern California, The
Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
Amateur scenes of popular Southern California destinations including the Andrew McNally
residence and grounds on Mariposa Drive, Altaden. Views include Pasadena (streets and
Raymond Hotel); Los Angeles (CHinatown, Courthouse, Plaza Church, street railway); San
Diego (Hotel del Coronado); Ostrich farm. This was an amateur album possibly taken by a
relative of the McNally family.
Books used to identify McNally residence and grounds include:
Andrew McNally, 1836-1904, Memorials, Messages of Condolence and Press Notices.
(Call #: RB 288801);
Peterson, Robert H.
Altadena's Golden Years.
Published by Robert H. Peterson, 1976;
Ives, Sarah Noble.
Altadena Historical and Beautification Society, 1938.
(Call#: F869 A52 I9).