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Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

In 1995 the City of Pasadena published an extensive report researched and written by Carson Anderson.  His “Ethnic History Research Project” has chapters focused on lots of ethnic groups that have lived in Pasadena.  Mexican, Black, Japanese, Chinese, Jewish, Swedish, German and more; it’s a long list.  A fine read accompanied by some old school [...]

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

In 1995 the City of Pasadena published an extensive report researched and written by Carson Anderson.  His “Ethnic History Research Project” has chapters focused on lots of ethnic groups that have lived in Pasadena.  Mexican, Black, Japanese, Chinese, Jewish, Swedish, German and more; it’s a long list.  A fine read accompanied by some old school [...]

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

In 1995 the City of Pasadena published an extensive report researched and written by Carson Anderson.  His “Ethnic History Research Project” has chapters focused on lots of ethnic groups that have lived in Pasadena.  Mexican, Black, Japanese, Chinese, Jewish, Swedish, German and more; it’s a long list.  A fine read accompanied by some old school [...]

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

Maria Guadalupe Evangelina Lopez de Lowther

In 1995 the City of Pasadena published an extensive report researched and written by Carson Anderson.  His “Ethnic History Research Project” has chapters focused on lots of ethnic groups that have lived in Pasadena.  Mexican, Black, Japanese, Chinese, Jewish, Swedish, German and more; it’s a long list.  A fine read accompanied by some old school [...]

Love our Library

Love our Library

A great event.   So much went on at the Love our Authors event this past Saturday.  There were scads of local authors and their works.  And lots of folks who love to read.   There was a lot of  wonderful music in the Great Hall provided by Random Acts of Music, moments for group [...]

A Round To It

A Round To It

I’m used to being out of the house a lot.  Meetings, events, talking, research = out a lot. Folks are used to seeing me here and there.  So it’s been interesting the past few months to be less present out side of the house and more present at the house.   For 15 years I [...]

A Round To It

A Round To It

I’m used to being out of the house a lot.  Meetings, events, talking, research = out a lot. Folks are used to seeing me here and there.  So it’s been interesting the past few months to be less present out side of the house and more present at the house.   For 15 years I [...]

Love you back

Love you back

The City of Pasadena will be 128 years old this year.  Our library is 130 years old.  We are one of the few cities in the state of California with this distinction. “The people of Pasadena (did so because the believed that it) may be the means of uniting the whole community  in all general [...]

Winter color

Winter color

I think of these as my winter blooms.  Not native, but they sure taste good – and that’s enough for me.

One Hundred Plus

One Hundred Plus

Valentine’s Day; a day that can strike terror in the hearts of bold men and women.   Must get gift. Must find perfect rose. Must have something new and exciting.   Often we feel like prisoners of the must-do.  James and I didn’t have to deal with any of the must-dos this year.  We had [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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