Historical Society of Southern California Collection - The Two Bachelors Stacy [Lamb] & Arlington [Leatart] photograph album [graphic], 1899-1956 (bulk 1900-1905).

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Historical Society of Southern California Collection - The Two Bachelors Stacy [Lamb] & Arlington [Leatart] photograph album [graphic], 1899-1956 (bulk 1900-1905).

Historical Society of Southern California Collection - The Two Bachelors Stacy [Lamb] & Arlington [Leatart] photograph album [graphic], 1899-1956 (bulk 1900-1905).

The album was compiled by A.L. Leatart, and consists of photographic portraits of Leatart and his friends and family, and photographs of these individuals at a variety of locations in and around Los Angeles. These include the Hotel Coronado, Ramona's wedding place, and other locations in the San Diego area; Avalon and Santa Catalina Island; Mount Lowe; the Hotel Green in Pasadena; Chinatown, West Adams, and Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles; the Tournament of Roses and La Fiesta celebrations; the Missions of San Gabriel and San Juan Capistrano; Echo Park, Elysian Park, Hollenbeck Park (and the Hollenbeck Home) and Westlake Park; Rubio Canyon, Eaton Canyon, and Devil's Gate in the Arroyo Seco in the San Gabriel Mountains; Santa Monica; Long Beach; La Puente; and Golden Gate Park. Also included are photographs of Leatart's carved leather work; photographs of H.J. Whitley's jewelry store located at 108 N. Spring Street in Los Angeles; the Phoenician Yacht Club in Coronado; yachting and sailing; the Chinese shrine in Evergreen Cemetery, Boyle Heights; the camera obscura in Santa Monica; images of stagecoaches, street cars and the Mount Lowe cable incline railway; and interiors of Leatart's apartment in 1901.

1 photograph album (295 photographs; 1 pamphlet; clippings) in 1 box (1 linear ft.)

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