Histories of Pasadena are wealthy in information about vital voters, frequent traditions, and storied enclaves akin to Millionaires Row and Lamanda Park. however the legacies of Mexican americans and different Latino women and men who usually labored for Pasadena's wealthy and well-known were moderately preserved in the course of the generations--even notwithstanding those voters frequently made notable group contributions and lived in shut proximity to their employers. A fuller tale of the Pasadena zone could be supplied from those classic photographs and the accompanying info culled from anecdotes, master's theses, newspaper articles, formal and casual oral histories, and the Ethnic historical past examine venture compiled for town of Pasadena in 1995. one of the tales instructed is that of Antonio F. Coronel, a one-time Mexican military officer who served as California country treasurer from 1866 to 1870 and whose photo graced the 1904 event of Roses application.
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