Portrait of Catarina and Caroline Pico, circa Catarina was a ward of General Andres Pico. In 1874 she married Romulo Pico, the son of General Andres Pico.
El Pueblo: The Historic Heart of Los Angeles (Conservation & Cultural Heritage) by Jean Bruce Poole
Water and Power Associates
A street view of Currie's Mile High ice cream parlor, located at 1521 West Whittier Boulevard in Montebello (ca.
Exterior view of the last remaining adobe house in Ventura in 1894 :: California Historical Society Collection,
Pablo de la Guerra, Salvador Vallejo, Andrés Pico, from original daguerretype; Bancroft Library
The Cup That Cheers: Clothing the Californio, part 4 -- the Gold .
1929 : Outdoor bowling alley, Hollywood Curated by Chris Wild
When Mexico refused to sell California to the U.S., the U.S. sent John C. Fremont to California to "survey the land." While in California in 1846, Fremont planted the U.S. flag in defiance of Mexico and engaged in military action. He became rich in the gold rush and later became a Senator from California.
The Alexandria and Still Solid
Fall Recipes: Pecan Praline Crusted Yams
Agustin Olvera, already a judge in his native Mexico, arrived in Los Angeles in 1834 and would continue on a civic path in his adopted country -- he was elected as L. County's first Judge and later as Supervisor.
Journalist and JFK speechwriter, Vincent X. Flaherty, dines out with the men who dined the stars: Mike Romanoff (Romanoff’s), Charlie Morris.