Monterey Park Homes
234 N. Chandler Ave
234 North Chandler Ave., built in 1910 by Dave Aitkin. The house has had some changes and additions, but still stands as of October 1st, 1986.
615 N. Graves Ave
615 Graves Ave, built in October 1941. John V. Flaherty residence.
314 N. Ynez Ave
314 N. Ynez Ave. Belonging to the Alskys, an old family in Monterey Park. The picture is taken in 1985, but the structure is a type of early home in Monterey Park.
Unidentified man
An unidentified man standing next to an old home in Monterey Park.
Golden Gate Square billboard
Golden Gate Square billboard
West Garvey Street (circa 1950-1951)
West Garvey Street (circa 1950-1951). Featuring Lander's Shoes, Rohr's Sporting Goods, Rose Leah Smart Shoppe, Old Colony Paints, Washers Parts and Repairing, Taxi stand and Body Shop Painting Garage.
A house one block north of Garvey and Garfield
A house one block north of Garvey and Garfield, where Shopping Bag was later built.
331 N. Ynez Ave
331 N. Ynez Ave. On the corner of Emerson and Ynez.
Repetto Adobe House
The Bailey sisters tilling the lot at Baltimore and where the shopping store was later built. Printed on the back of the photo: "Long before the dirt roads of Monterey Park were replaced by asphalt many people made their living by working the land. But the quiet serene farm life soon gave way to the rumblings of progress and the horse was replaced by horsepower.
616 W. Graves Ave.
616 W. Graves Ave. Built in September 1938 and may have been the residence of Joel and Vera Hutto. Photograph taken in September 1939.
127 N. Baltimore Ave.
127 N. Baltimore Ave. The house of the Bailey's (and an old Josten home) (from the Bailey collection).
The Josten family's mailbox on the southeast corner of Baltimore and Avondale
The Josten family's mailbox on the southeast corner of Baltimore and Avondale. Note the lack of other homes with mostly orchards and gardens. The mere hint of a house on the right edge of the photograph was the Zimmer house.
2303 S. Garfield Ave.
2303 S. Garfield Ave. Residence of F.C. Merriam, photographed July 18, 1926.
Vorbeck Maternity Home on New Avenue
Vorbeck Maternity Home on New Avenue.
214 S. Garfield Avenue
214 S. Garfield Avenue. Mr. William Hunt and sons building home in 1912. From the Fernandes Collection.
outh Sierra Vista looking down towards Alhambra Ave. 1936
South Sierra Vista looking down towards Alhambra Ave. 1936. Frank Hegemeyer's house was hot yet built on the lot.
Richard Garvey's home at 2109 Del Mar Ave was built around 1900 with Eucalyptus logs
Richard Garvey's home at 2109 Del Mar Ave was built around 1900 with Eucalyptus logs. It was a center of social activities during the early days of Ramona Acres. After the Garvey family died, it was often unoccupied and legend has it that the ghosts haunted the house. Around 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webster acquired the house and lived there. In 1973, it was torn down. Mrs. Webster still owned the land as of 1976. At that time Mrs. Webster lived in Arcadia and the picture is from her collection.
Home of Addie Hinton, which was built in 1913 at the cost of $2,500
Home of Addie Hinton, which was built in 1913 at the cost of $2,500 and was completely paid for when completed. When the Hintons first came to Ramona Acres in 1912, they built a garage in which they lived until their house was built the next year. From the Hinton Collection.
The Hunt family standing on the west side of Garfield Avenue opposite their home in 1914
The Hunt family standing on the west side of Garfield Avenue opposite their home in 1914. Note the height of the wild mustard. From the Fernandes Collection
The green grocer delivers produce to 214 S. Garfield Avenue around 1912
The green grocer delivers produce to 214 S. Garfield Avenue around 1912. This cart was from Hanselman's Grocery on Garfield where Ed Fernandes worked before marying Mary Hunt. After their marriage, he worked with the Hunt family projects. From the Fernandes Collection.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGuinness in front of their home at 124 S. Garfield Ave
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGuinness in front of their home at 124 S. Garfield Ave. Mrs. McGuinness was one of the Hunt's daughters. From the Fernandes Collection.
The grocer's cart heading north from the Hunt home on Garfield Avenue
The grocer's cart heading north from the Hunt home on Garfield Avenue.
Two men and a baby in front of 2606 S. Garfield Avenue in August of 1920
Two men and a baby in front of 2606 S. Garfield Avenue in August of 1920. This house was the first on the block above Garvey on the east side of the street. This home was later replaced by a lumbar yard. From the Virgil Fulton Foster Collection.
I.W. Hellman, owner of Hellman Ranch
I.W. Hellman, owner of Hellman Ranch. He owned and lived in this house located in Los Angeles.
Lions Manor, a senior housing building
Lions Manor, a senior housing building
Atlantic Square
Atlantic Square.
Parking lots and stores at Atlantic Square
Parking lots and stores at Atlantic Square
Atlantic Square 02.
Atlantic Square 02.
The Hat and Chevron in Atlantic Square.
The Hat and Chevron in Atlantic Square.
76 and Boston Market at Atlantic Square
76 and Boston Market at Atlantic Square.
Shakeys Pizza Pizza Parlor at Atlantic Square
Shakeys Pizza Pizza Parlor at Atlantic Square.
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