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Country Club, Pasadena, Cal.

Rose garden in Pasadena

Latest out

Latest out

[Pasadena Public Library, Pasadena, California]

Lucky Baldwin's ranch, Pasadena

California. Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena

Gold of Ophir roses, Carmelita, Pasadena

Marengo Avenue, Pasadena, California

California. Border of Margharitas, Pasadena

Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena

Residence on Orange Grove Avenue, Pasadena, California

Marengo Avenue, Pasadena

The country club, Pasadena

Rose-covered cottage, Pasadena

Hotel Green, Pasadena, California

The lake, Lucky Baldwin's ranch, Pasadena, Cal.

Pasadena, California

[Hotel Green, Pasadena, Calif.]

Pasadena, California

Hotel Green, Pasadena, Calif.

Hotel Green, west building, Pasadena, Calif.

[Throop Institute, Pasadena]

[Colorado Street at Fair Oaks Avenue, probably Pasadena, California]

Library Park, Soldiers' Monument & Public Library, Pasadena, Cal

Hotel Green, west building, Pasadena, Calif

Equestrienne, Floral Fete, Pasadena, Calif.

Street in Pasadena, Calif.

Hotel Green, Pasadena, Calif.

[Hotel Green, Pasadena, Calif.]

[Pasadena Apartments, Detroit, Mich.]

Floral Fete, with dirigible, Pasadena, Calif.

Colorado Street at Fair Oaks Avenue, probably Pasadena, California

Hotel Green from Raymond Street [i.e. Avenue], Pasadena

Library Park, Soldiers' Monument & Pub[lic] Lib[rary], Pasadena, Cal.

[Street in Pasadena, Calif.]

Hotel Green from Raymond Street i.e. Avenue, Pasadena

Gold of Ophir roses, Pasadena

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. View to staircase]

Bird's eye view of Pasadena and vicinity.

[Small arbor covered with roses, with daisies and pansies on banks, on estate of Mrs. Walter C. McKeon, Pasadena, California]

Magnificient flower adorned Pasadena greeting President Roosevelt--California

The Pasadena Apartments, Detroit, Mich.

Hotel Maryland, Pasadena, Cal.

Hotel Raymond, Pasadena, Cal.

Busch Garden

Adolphus Busch, Arroyo Garden. Ivy Wall, Pasadena

San Gabriel Mission near Pasadena, Cal.

Annandale Country Club, Pasadena, Cal., Dec. 25th, 1909

Busch Garden

Hotel Green, east building, from veranda of west building, Pasadena, Calif

Annandale Golf Course

Hotel Green, east building, from veranda of west building, Pasadena, Calif.

Busch Gardens, Pasadena, Cal.

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home (interior) - enormous and elaborately decorated fireplace / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. West terrace]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola]

[Myron Hunt house, 200 North Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. View to fountain from house]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Gate from Grand Avenue]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. View to West Entrance terrace]

[Mrs. Eldridge Merick Fowler house, 363 Grove Street, Pasadena, California. Terrace wall steps]

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home - view of formal lawn, gardens, and hills in background / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Lower garden ornamental pool]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Staircase from landing, replanted]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. View to staircase landing]

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home - pond at foot of long stairway leading up to entrance gate [i.e. water rill] / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. View from dining room to reflecting pool]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Terrace balustrade]

[Mrs. Eldridge Merick Fowler house, 363 Grove Street, Pasadena, California. Terrace wall]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Garage and chauffeur quarters]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Bougainvillea pergola from flower garden to house]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Loggia]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Lower garden stairs]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Loggia]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, Pasadena, California. Staircase to bench]

[Unidentified house, possibly Pasadena, California. Eucalyptus and pavilion]

[David Berry Gamble house, 4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena, California. View to sleeping porch]

[Myron Hunt house, 200 North Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Garden terrace]

[Wellington Stanley Morse house, 450 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Garden gate]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Water rill]

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home - detail of ornate doorway and balcony above / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Flower garden]

[Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring house, 700 South San Rafael Avenue, San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Staircase landing]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Lower garden stairs]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Pergola]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola from flower garden to house]

[Wellington Stanley Morse house, 450 South San Rafael Avenue, San San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Flower garden]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Lower garden stairs]

["Il Paradiso," Mrs. Dudley Peter Allen house, 1188 Hillcrest Avenue, Oak Knoll, Pasadena, California. Lower garden ornamental pool]

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home - view of doorway and entrance / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

[Michael Cochrane Armour house, 962 Linda Vista Avenue, Pasadena, California. Native plant garden pathway]

[Wellington Stanley Morse house, 450 South San Rafael Avenue, San San Rafael Heights, Pasadena, California. Courtyard]

[David Berry Gamble house, 4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena, California. Water terrace]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Balcony above pergola]

[Mrs. Eldridge Merick Fowler house, 363 Grove Street, Pasadena, California. Wall fountain]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house,1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola from house to flower garden]

[Myron Hunt house, 200 North Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola and fountain]

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Pergola bench]

[David Berry Gamble house, 4 Westmoreland Place, Pasadena, California. Water terrace]]

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