Early Anaheim (CA) (Images of America)
Stephen J. Faessel
As one of many greatest towns in a single of the nation's so much populous counties, Anaheim anchors a bunch of Orange County sights, no longer the least of that are Disneyland, the 2002 global Champion Anaheim Angels, and the Anaheim conference middle. yet Anaheim's early historical past the hardscrabble direction, with fitful years of early cityhood prompt partly by means of hardy immigrant German vintners who, with a civic-mindedness, complicated the institution of the church buildings, faculties, banks, civic companies, and a Carnegie Library that made Anaheim thrive. This choice of greater than two hundred classic pictures finds the foresight of such males as John Frohling, Charles Kohler, George Hansen, John Fischer, August Langenberger, and others who formed the beginnings of 1 of California's nice towns.
15, 1927. This photo exhibits the still-unfinished development swathed in scaffolding and draped in patriotic bunting, in practise for the outlet ceremonies. as soon as the valuables of the Bullard, Turck, and Dickel households, the 20-acre park could ultimately become aware of the objective of Anaheim leaders who had mentioned the necessity for a public park because the town’s earliest days. neighborhood architect M. Eugene Durfee, who ready plans for plenty of Anaheim enterprise structures, additionally designed this $35,000 open-air.
Left. instantly after the disaster, Anaheim’s leader of police, James S. Bouldin, had a strength of one hundred and five males, together with the nationwide protect, patrolling the north finish of Anaheim to guard it from looting. All out-of-town site visitors used to be stopped and puzzled prior to riding into the world of wear and tear. having a look west on heart road (today’s Lincoln Avenue), obvious is the basement of Marie’s attractiveness Salon being pumped out after the March three, 1938, flood. This scene was once repeated for the majority downtown.
portray classes within the parlor of the August Langenberger’s Villa Mon Plaisir (“Home of my Pleasure”), positioned on Sycamore at Lemon highway. every one younger girl is provided together with her personal easel and different portray fabrics. This 1870 photo indicates Anaheim’s first urban band, which consisted of 9 individuals (seven males and girls) all wearing matching uniforms. From left to correct are the next: Henry Padderatz Jr. (first boy born in Anaheim), Ramon Aguilar, Mrs. Ed White, Albert Bittner, Ed.
And Dwight Stone; (second row) (back row) E. Hartung, invoice Fisher, Ted Dickel, Elmer Stone, H. Westerman, and Fred Conrad. The Anaheim highschool tune staff used to be triumphant on the 1913 Orange County Triangle League meet. Pictured, from left to correct, are (first row) Edward Hemmerling, Clevenger Megede, Harry Clabaugh, and unidentified; (second row) Morris W. Martenet Jr., Robert Gregg, Walter Paulus, George Kemp, Foster Chambers, and Darrell Webb. contributors of the Anaheim highschool basketball.
crew in 1914 integrated, from left to correct, Coe Wellman, Jack Spencer, Clarence Beebe, Morris W. Martenet Jr., Edwin Miller, Clark Chamberlain, and trainer Benjamin Milliken. those athletes are status at the grounds of the two-year-old highschool at West heart (now Lincoln street) and Citron Streets. individuals of the Anaheim highschool music staff posed for this 1914 portrait. trainer Milliken’s tune stars are, from left to correct, (first row) Coe Wellman, Harold Douglass, Clarence Beebe, Morris W.