To and from California, 1906 Jul 6-Aug 21.

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Pinckard, Hattie. To and from California, 1906 Jul 6-Aug 21.

To and from California, 1906 Jul 6-Aug 21.

Scrapbook created by Hattie Pinckard, a Springfield, Illinois schoolteacher, during her vacation to Los Angeles, California, from July 2 to August 21, 1906. The volume contains diary entries describing Pinckard's travel by train to California, where she stayed with her sister; visited parks and other locations in Los Angeles and toured surrounding areas including Santa Monica, San Pedro, Long Beach, Santa Catalina Island, and Redondo Beach; and returned to Illinois via San Francisco, where she viewed the earthquake damage. Accompanying the diary entries are clippings from brochures and magazines of illustrations of locations she visited; maps of the Los Angeles area; printed brochures of a Balloon Route Excursion company tour to Chinatown and a Pacific Electric Railway tour up Mt. Lowe; three photographs of Pinckard, her sister, brother-in-law, and nephew; and approximately twenty pages of pressed flowers and leaves collected by Pinckard on her trip. A "joint letter" written by family members in Springfield on July 29, 1906, and sent to Pinckard while she was in Los Angeles, and a clipping of an article written by Pinckard about her vacation and published a Springfield-area newspaper appear on the last two pages in the volume.

1 v. (ca. 60 p.) ; 29 cm.

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The Pacific Electric Railway was established in Southern California by railroad and real estate tycoon Henry E. Huntington in 1901; by 1911 it was the largest interurban electric transport system in the nation with over 1000 miles of track. The first interurban line constructed by the Railway ran from Los Angeles to Long Beach, and opened in 1902. In 1905, Huntington opened the Pacific Electric Building at 6th and Main Streets in Los Angeles which served as the terminal for many of the interurba...

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