Sepia-toned Posts of Pasadena’s Past

Sep 30, 2009

Photo: Tournament of Roses, 1st Prize Winner, 1897 (Courtesy of the Pasadena Museum of History Main Collection)

Stay tuned to Hometown Pasadena’s newest channel dedicated to and written by our towns most ardent History Buffs. Local historian Matt Hormann will be taking a few new looks into the days of old, and the Prospect Park Books crew just may have some historical knowledge to pull from the archives as well.

We know it’s around here somewhere… Maybe under that pile of old newspapers. Waste not, want not!

4 Responses for “Sepia-toned Posts of Pasadena’s Past”

  1. Ann Erdman says:

    Ooh, this will be fun!

  2. Oh, I can hardly wait!

  3. Matt Hormann says:

    Expect both sepia and Technicolor. I’ll be digging in to the recent, as well as the distant past. More to come soon…

  4. What an exciting addition to this site. This bike float pic is FANTASTIC!



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