Ann Erdman is the Public Information Officer for the City of Pasadena, California.
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Trust a dog to sniff it out first! Do you have any T-shirts for dogs in your prize chest? I wondered if the little boy had any significance - was he perhaps the descendant of a pioneer?
Pioneer bridge is the connecting point between the 134 and 210?My grandfather owned a small home on a large property. He lost it through immanent domain to make way for the 210 freeway. It was somewhere east of Allen. This happened much later then 1951 though. I remember visiting his home around 69. Perhaps one of your readers might know the time span of when the 210 made it's way through Pasadena. A future Mystery History???Congratulations CO!
Congrats, to the Cafe Canine. I had no idea that bridge was called Pioneer Bridge.Good thing I don't live in a bigger town. I'm overwhelmed with all the history we have here.
Thanks again, Ann. I can hardly wait to claim my fabulous prize this time: ride on the Blogger Float in the Rose Parade!Thanks, y'all. I couldn't have done it w/o y'all...sleeping in late! Especially de PA.
PA, yes, it's the freeway bridge that crosses over the Arroyo Seco and leads to Orange Grove Boulevard and San Rafael exits.
Milkbones for everyone, on the house (CO's house)!
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