Artesia 1875-1975 (Images of America) by Albert O. Little

By Albert O. Little

Arthur Rickerby's illustrious occupation used to be spent shooting rankings of the nation's major old occasions on movie, from the japanese signing of the Articles of give up aboard the USS Missouri in 1945, finishing international battle II, to well-known activities photos akin to Don Larsen throwing the ultimate pitch of baseball's basically international sequence excellent online game for the hot York Yankees in 1956.

Today few humans comprehend of Arthur Rickerby, the hot York born and bred photographer. Arthur Rickerby's ny urban not just reintroduces the world-class photojournalist and will pay tribute to his striking paintings, however it additionally beneficial properties infrequent and formerly unseen big apple photos that completely catch the iconic Rickerby contact.

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Richard Loynes’s boat, the Contender. The Contender won the race. Ruth Craig Merrell. Merrell was the daughter of shipbuilder John F Craig. She married Thomas Merrell. She is shown in their home at 4201 Chestnut. She was an active club woman and a great organizer of events for the children of the neighborhood. The Merrells had three children: Edith, Marjorie, and John. ) 48 Manley and Dorothy Natland. Manley Natland was a geologist who worked for Shell and then the Atlantic Richfield Corporation (ARCO).

They vowed to knock on every door in Los Cerritos. ) 64 Paper Drive Workers. This 1940 photograph shows the results of the multiday effort undertaken by the paper drive committee to help the Red Cross. Every time 10,000 pounds was collected, paratroops leaped from a model transport plane designed by “Chick” Buffum and floated down to earth, advertising the campaign success. ) The Boys of 1941. The Los Cerritos eighth-grade graduating class of 1941 included 14 boys. They are, from left to right, Llewelyn Mahieu, Bill Bussie, Jack Miller, Bill Brinkman, Roscoe Wilkie, Cedric White, Louis Gonzales, Harry Ames, Bob Bristol, Kenny Walker, John Wallace, Wayne Wells, Gil Walker, and Edger Bourne.

The home was designed in the Maybeck style, after architect Bernard Maybeck. It was moved to 4045 Virginia Road and later demolished. This photograph was taken in 1910. ) 33 Vignes Daughters. John and Mary Vignes had five daughters. Vignes was adamant that all his daughters be educated and that their spouses provide a proper home for them. Although the Vignes family name is no longer found in Long Beach, his daughter’s families were active in civic affairs. Surrounding their mother, Mary, are, from left to right, Edwine, Amelia, Marguerite, Marie, and Antoinette.

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