Title:[Southern California snapshot photograph albums]
Two snapshot photograph albums documenting leisure activities in Southern California, chiefly in and around the greater Los
Angeles area, taken in the mid-1920s. Albums share some common subject matter and, in a few instances, identical images. Volume
1: identified locations and subjects include Arcadia; oil wells; the Earl Daugherty airfield in Long Beach; unidentified mountains;
Alamo River; San Diego; Gay's Lion Farm (including photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gay) in El Monte; Los Angeles Ostrich
Farm near Lincoln Park; the Japanese pagoda of the Bernheimer Gardens in Pacific Palisades; Redondo Beach; Santa Monica palisades;
and postcards of Lake Arrowhead and the 1926 Tournament of Roses parade floats. Volume 2: locations and subjects include residential
houses in Long Beach and Pasadena; views of Orange Grove and Santa Ana; scenes of the 1926 Tournament of Roses parade; Palm
Springs; desert scenes near Imperial Valley; Balboa Park, San Diego; Santa Monica palisades; and the Rainbow Trout Club in
Redlands. Other than the name Enid, individuals depicted are not identified. A few loose photographs depicting the Imperial
Valley desert, and a copy of a clipping of Gay's Lion Farm, are shelved in a separate folder.
Tournament of Roses -- Photographs
California, Southern -- Photographs
Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Southern California photograph albums, BANC PIC 2019.088, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from Stacie Waldman; 2019.
approximately 145 photographs in 2 volumes and 1 folder : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; sheets various sizes, albums 17
x 24 cm and 19 x 29 cm
BANC PIC 2019.088--ALB vol.1
BANC PIC 2019.088--ALB vol.2
BANC PIC 2019.088--PIC
BANC PIC 2019.088