Monterey Park Stores and Buildings
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
El Adobe restaurant and motel
El Adobe restaurant and motel at southwest corner of Atlantic and Garvey Avenues.
Bank of America 01
Bank of America building at Garfield and Garvey Avenues.
Banks on Atlantic and Floral
Banks on Atlantic and Floral
Bank of America 02
Bank of America building at Garfield and Garvey Avenues.
Bank of America at 100 W. Garvey Street (circa 1940-1942)
Bank of America at 100 W. Garvey Street (circa 1940-1942). Dentist's office above Bank of America and Safeway grocery store are visible.
Stores on Garvey Avenue
Bank of America, Garvey Hardware and Garfield Bank on Garvey Avenue.
Garvey Ranch House
Garvey Ranch House.
Repetto Adobe House
Repetto's adobe house. Only known picture of this adobe. Found in the files of the Alhambra Post-Advocate.
Gribble Store
Gribble Store at the northeast corner of Garvey and Garfield Avenues.
Ynez School entrance
Ynez School entrance.
Gribble Gas Station
Gribble Gas Station
Pierce Brothers Mortuary and Garvey Room
Pierce Brothers Mortuary and Garvey Room
Business enterprises on Garvey and Garfield
Business enterprises on Garvey and Garfield
Ralph's Delicatessen and Restaurant
Ralph's Delicatessen and Restaurant
Monterey Park Hardware Store
Monterey Park Hardware Store
El Encanto
El Encanto
El Encanto
El Encanto
El Encanto from Cascades in 1929
El Encanto from Cascades in 1929. The Midwick View Estates is visible on the hill in the distance.
El Encanto
El Encanto
El Encanto viewed from the street in June 1991
El Encanto viewed from the street in June 1991.
The garden next to El Encanto
The garden next to El Encanto. Two women are talking in the picture.
Interior of El Encanto
Interior of El Encanto.
People standing in front of El Encanto
People standing in front of El Encanto, the U.S.O. building.
Laura Scudder, the 'Potato Chip Queen'
A gathering of people for the opening ceremonies of El Encanto in 1929 or 1930.
Cathay Bank
Cathay Bank
Stores on Garfield and Garvey Avenues
Midtown Pharmacy, Pacific Savings, El Monterey and a health food stores on Garvey and Garfield Avenues. A banner announcing Play Days, Parade and BBQ is visible.
Western Auto and Security Pacific Bank at Atlantic Square
Western Auto and Security Pacific Bank at Atlantic Square.
Shopping Street
Penny's, Jay Ross, C.H. Baker Shoes, a coffee shop, Barron's Drugs, etc.
City Hall on Baltimore and Garvey during the 1920's
The building at the corner of Baltimore and Garvey, whiched housed Monterey Park City Hall in the 1920's.
El Adobe Motel sign and building
El Adobe Motel sign and building. The building appears to be out of operation as the windows are boarded up and there is debris in the lot.
The Monterey Park Feed & Fuel Store
The Monterey Park Feed & Fuel Store, the San Gabriel Valley's first feed and fuel store located at 515 W. Garvey Ave.
The first Browning real estate office, established on July 3, 1922 on Garvey Avenue
The first Browning real estate office, established on July 3, 1922 on Garvey Avenue. From the Browning Collection.
Small real estate office built by Mr. A.H. Barry and located at 420 S. Atlantic Ave.
Small real estate office built by Mr. A.H. Barry and located at 420 S. Atlantic Ave. Cost of the building was $160. This was in use until 1969 when it was demolished.
Midwick Country Club, photographed on February 29, 1928
Midwick Country Club, photographed on February 29, 1928 looking southeast on the clubhouse. Golf green and polo field are visible in the distant background. Eucalyptus trees on Atlantic Avenue, then named Wilson Avenue. From the Browning Collection.
Midwick Country Club Putting Green, photographed February 29, 1928
Midwick Country Club Putting Green, photographed February 29, 1928. Looking north from the top of the hill eight blocks west of Atlantic and five blocks south of Garvey. The entire Midwick country club is visible. The trees in the foreground line Garvey Avenue. From the Browning Collection.
Midwick Country Club, taken about 1936
Midwick Country Club, taken about 1936. Note the tower of El Adobe Motel. From the A.H. Barry Collection.
View of the smoke from a fire at the Midwick Country Club
View of the smoke from a fire at the Midwick Country Club.
Real estate office on Garvey Avenue at the corner of Moore Avenue
Real estate office on Garvey Avenue at the corner of Moore Avenue, looking west.
Drug store on the NW corner of Garvey and Garfield in 1923
Drug store on the NW corner of Garvey and Garfield in 1923. The post office was on the Garfield side downstairs. The building was built by Mr. Barry in 1923.
Vernon Gasoline at Atlantic and Garvey in the 1920's
Vernon Gasoline at Atlantic and Garvey in the 1920's, built by the Scudder family. It was the first all steel gas station in Monterey Park.
The Laura Scudder Potato Chip Factory in the 1920's
The Laura Scudder Potato Chip Factory in the 1920's with a fleet of delivery trucks. Located at Garvey Avenue, east of Atlantic Boulevard.
Paris Restaurant, a fixture for locals since 1951
Paris Restaurant, a fixture for locals since 1951. Many decisions were made regarding the future of Monterey Park over breakfast, lunch and dinner encounters at this famous local landmark. The restaurant closed in the 1990's. .
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