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Date Newspaper or Magazine Headline

January 4, 1800

Ulster County Gazette

Washington Entombed [1 copy framed on wall, 1 copy encapsulated in oversized drawer].

March 30, 1849

Daily National Intelligencer

Col. Fremont And His Party.

May 5, 1860

Rocky Mountain Herald

Salutatory, v.1, no.1 [Reproduction].

September 5, 1879

Solid Muldoon

Silver San Juan, A Brief Review Of The Great Deposit On The Delores.

December, 1879

Willow Dale Press

Poetry (2 copies).

July 10, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

July 17, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

July 24, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

August 7, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

August 14, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

August 21, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

September 18, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

October 9, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

October 23, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

October 30, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

November 6, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

November 13, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

November 20, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

November 27, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

December 11, 1886

San Gabriel Valley Exponent

 

 

 

 

March, 1888

Azusa News

Facts In Regard To Azusa, v.1, no.1 [Encapsulated in oversized drawer].

November 18, 1897

Azusa Pomotropic

Protection District.

March 22, 1892

Creede Chronicle

Strike Is Big, Rich Ore Discovered Near The City.

May 22, 1909

Covina Argus

Friends Mourn Him, Death of Phillip C. Daniels of Azusa Occurs At The Threshold Of Business Success.

Mid-Winter, 1929

San Dimas Press [Chamber of Commerce Edition]

From The Days Of The Dons ‘Till Today In San Dimas.

April 18, 1937

Los Angeles Examiner

Roosevelt Insists on Retrenchment Or Higher Taxes.

October 20, 1937

Azusa Herald and Pomotropic

50 Years Of Progress, Golden Anniversary, Herald Celebrates 50th Anniversary Today.

December 16, 1937

Azusa Herald and Pomotropic

Lee School To Give Annual Yuletide Play.

May 2, 1938

Life Magazine

Vice President Garner.

May 27, 1941

U.P.

Proclamation [President Roosevelt].

June 13, 1941

Wildcat [Monrovia, Arcadia, Duarte High School]

Senior Class To Breakfast.

August 14, 1941

Azusa Herald and Pomotropic

Bank Has 50th Birthday, Golden Jubilee Of Azusa Banks To Be Celebrated Next Week In Honor Of Half-Century Of Service.

December 7, 1941

Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1st Extra

War! Oahu Bombed By Japanese Planes

December 7, 1941

Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 2nd Extra

Deaths Over 400 On Oahu, Latest Report

December 7, 1941

Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 3rd Extra

Martial Law Declared; Deaths Are mounting

December 8, 1941

San Francisco Chronicle

U.S. At War! Paratroops Land In Philippines!

December 22, 1941

Life Magazine

America Goes To War.

July, 1942

Pony Express Courier

Joaquin Murieta’s Test For A Great Rider.

May, 1944

Pony Express

Early Day Scene of Western Union Telegraph.

June, 1944

Pony Express

Famous Wells, Fargo & Co.

May 7, 1945

Monrovia Daily News-Post

Nazis Quit! V-E Proclamation Is Scheduled Tomorrw.

May 7, 1945

Iowa City Press-Citizen

Germany Quits! Victory! Eisenhower Announces Complete Surrender!

August 15, 1945

Chicago Herald American

War Over! Japan Surrenders, MacArthur Named Boss.

September, 1948

Pony Express

William A. “Bill” Reid, 1837-1895.

July 15, 1949

West Covina Tribune

East San Gabriel Valley Centennial And Development Number.

April, 1950

Pony Express

Missouri’s Wild Mustang.

July, 1950

Pony Express

Map Of The World After Drake’s Voyage.

August, 1950

Pony Express

Lawn Party In Gay 90’s At Beautiful Casa Grande, New Almaden.

September, 1950

Pony Express

Death Valley Kid In Days Of Darwin And Lookout.

October, 1950

Pony Express

John Breuner’s Sacramento Store Of Early Days And His Two Horse Power Delivery System.

November, 1950

Pony Express

Princess Caroline Of The Panamints.

December, 1950

Pony Express

Levi Strauss, 1829-1902.

1951

Riverside Daily Press

Mission Inn 75th Anniversary

January, 1951

Pony Express

Kenneth O. Cornwell, 1st U.S. Marines, 1st Tank Batallion.

February, 1951

Pony Express

Jeff Davis, Famous Rebel Morgan, Captured, 1863.

March, 1951

Pony Express

Remnants Of Old Stables At St. Jo. Missouri.

April, 1951

Pony Express

Liver Eating Johnston.

May, 1951

Pony Express

In Days When Horseflesh United California And Oregon.

June, 1951

Pony Express

Committee Of Vigilance Of The City Of San Francisco.

August, 1951

Pony Express

Historic Friday Station In Early Days.

October, 1951

Pony Express

Hotel Accommodations Along The Whole Route Of The North Pacific Coast Railroad.

November, 1951

Pony Express

Dr. William Wallace Wixom, 1824-1888.

June, 1952

Pony Express

Reliving The Old Days In Mendocino County.

October, 1952

Pony Express

Bayard Taylor, 1825-1878.

March, 1593

Pony Express

“Freak” No.21 Locomotive Of The N.P.C.R.R.

1955

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Review

 

January, 1957

Pony Express

Strawberry, California’s Famous Landmark, Beautiful Strawberry Lodge Now Stands By Lovers’ Leap.

December, 1957

Overland News

Railroad Snow Blockades

October 18, 1958

Azusa Herald and Pomotropic

Golden Days (2 copies).

1959

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Pictorial

 

May 25, 1959

Azusa Herald

He Built His Church Just As He Promised [George Abdelnour].

April 12, 1961

Los Angeles Examiner

Russ Put Man Into Space, Talk to Him, They Assert.

May 6, 1961

Los Angeles Times

Astronaut Operates Flawless Space Test.

November 7, 1961

Los Angeles Times

Fire Burns 250 Homes, 3,500 In Western Section Flee Worst Blaze In L.A. History.

January 7, 1962

Los Angeles Examiner

Blizzard Batters East, 12 Die In Snow, Ice.

February 20, 1962

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Astronaut Safe, Glenn Orbits Earth 3 Times In U.S. Triumph, Ship Recovers Marine, Capsule [John Glenn].

February 21, 1962

Pasadena Independent

U.S. Succees In 3-Orbit Shot, JFK To Honor Glenn Friday At Canaveral, Post-Flight Tests Begin [John Glenn].

February 21, 1962

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Glenn Tells Of Eerie ‘Particles In Space’, Scientists Get Story Of Orbit, Doctors Find No Signs Of Physiological Harm [John Glenn].

March 2, 1962

Life Magazine

The Glenn Story Nobody Saw, At Home With Annie And The Kids While John Orbited The Earth.

March 9, 1962

Life Magazine

My Own Story Of The Orbit [John Glenn].

May 25, 1962

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Carpenter Ready to Go On Longer Space Trip [Scott Carpenter].

May 25, 1962

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Carpenter’s 3rd Orbit Peril Bared, Confused, Missed Landing Signal [Scott Carpenter].

June 1, 1962

Life Magazine

55 Minutes That Lasted Forever [Rene Carpenter About Scott Carpenter].

June 8, 1962

Life Magazine

His Full Personal Story Of The Orbit [Scott Carpenter].

October 10, 1962

Azusa Herald

75th Anniversary, The City Of Azusa And The Azusa Herald, Diamond Jubilee Edition (2 copies).

May 16, 1963

Pasadena Independent

Cooper Going For Full 22 Orbits, Trail-Blazing Space Jaunt Starts Well [Gordon Cooper].

May 17, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Good Job, Gordo! Doctors Elated At Flight Results, Astronaut’s Condition Described As Normal [Gordon Cooper].

May 18, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Orbit Snafu ‘Shook’ NASA, Pep Pills Gird Cooper For Reentry [Gordon Cooper].

November 22, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Kennedy Slain, JFK Fatally Wounded By Assassin In Dallas.

November 23, 1963

Los Angeles Times [Extra Preview Edition]

Kennedy Dead, Assassin Flees After Shooting.

November 23, 1963

Los Angeles Times

Kennedy Assassinated, Sniper’s Bullet Kills President In Dallas, Johnson Takes Oath.

November 23, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Johnson At Helm Of Nation, New President Pledges Best.

November 24, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Sunday Tribune

Nation’s Great File Before Bronze Casket.

November 24, 1963

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Grief And A Unity Plea, U.S. Mourns, Johnson Sets Joint Session.

November 25, 1963

Pasadena Independent

Slaying Suspect Killed During Jail Transfer, Reaction Divided On Oswald Death [Lee Harvey Oswald].

November 25, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

A Nation Mourns, U.S. Honors Fallen Chief, Leaders Of World Join In, One Shot Seals Lips of Oswald.

November 26, 1963

Los Angeles Times

Nation Buries Its Falley President, Million Line Streets Of Capital To Watch Majestic Ceremonies.

November 28, 1963

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Connally Reveals Events Of JFK’s Last Ride.

November 29, 1963

Life Magazine

President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) (2 copies).

December 3, 1963

Look

The President And His Son: An Exclusive Picture Story [John F. Kennedy]

December 6, 1963

Life Magazine

Mrs. Kennedy, Caroline And John Jr. Wait To Join Procession To Capitol (2 copies).

December 14, 1963

Saturday Evening Post

John F. Kennedy (1917-63), In Memoriam, A Senseless Tragedy, The New President (2 copies).

January 19, 1964

Los Angeles Times, This Week Magazine

Six Great Moments In The White House.

March 28, 1964

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Quake Catastrophe, Killer Tidal Waves Slam Into California, 10 Drown [Alaska Earthquake].

March 29, 1964

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Disaster! Alaskans Buried By Earthquake, California Tidal Wave Kills 12.

March 30, 1964

Los Angeles Times

Alaska Toll Rises To 70, New Quake In Aleutians.

April 6, 1964

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Taps For M’Arthur, The Old Soldier Fades Away, A Nation Mourns Its Gallant Hero.

April 6, 1964

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Old Hero Mourned By Nation [Douglas McArthur].

April 10, 1964

Life Magazine

Earthquake In Alaska In Color.

August 1, 1964

Los Angeles Times

Ranger 7 Gets Brilliant Moon Photos.

October 20, 1964

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Ex-President Hoover Dies.

October 20, 1964

Star-News

Death Takes Herbert Hoover, Nation Mourns Passing Of Its 31st President.

January 24, 1965

San Gabriel Valley Sunday Tribune

Churchill’s Heart Stilled, Sir Winston Finally Loses Gallant Fight.

January 24, 1965

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Winston Churchill Dies, Life Ebbs As Statesman Sleeps, Stroke Fatal After Week In A Coma.

March 24, 1965

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Moon Makes Debut On Live TV, Millions See Ranger 9’s Close-Ups.

March 24, 1965

Los Angeles Times

U.S. Astronauts Score World First, Steer Craft Through 3 Orbital Changes In Successful Flight.

June 6, 1965

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Second Satellite Seen, Flight Extension Plan Doubtful.

June 9, 1965

Los Angeles Times

Space Walk Surpassed Red Feat, Pictures Show.

October, 1965

California Citrograph

50th Anniversary (1915-1965)

November 10, 1965

Pasadena Independent

Massive Blackout! Millions In Dark.

November 9, 1966

Los Angeles Times

Reagan Landslide! [Governor Reagan].

April 17, 1967

Aerojet Booster

Our Man At the Moonport.

July 30, 1967

Azusa Herald

Mayor Memmesheimer Passes Suddenly After Dinner Speech.

August 3, 1967

Azusa Herald

Mayor’s Funeral.

May 19, 1968

Azusa Herald

Local Agencies Have Own Narco Information Program.

May 23, 1968

Azusa Herald

Annexation Foe May Be Excluded.

June 5, 1968

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Kennedy Shot![Robert Kennedy] (3 copies).

June 5, 1968

Los Angeles Times

Sen. Kennedy Shot At Victory Fete, Screams Of Horror Rend Joyous Gala At Ambassador.

June 6, 1968

Los Angeles Times [Extra]

Kennedy Dies [Robert Kennedy].

June 6, 1968

Los Angeles Times

Kennedy Paralyzed And Near Death [Robert Kennedy].

June 7, 1968

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Bids Kennedy Farewell [Robert Kennedy].

December 29, 1968

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Israeli Avengers Raid Beirut Airport.

January 15, 1969

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

24 Dead, 17 Missing On Charred USS Enterprise.

January 15, 1969

Azusa Herald

Lack Clues In Mysterious Shooting Death In Canyon.

January 18, 1969

Daily News [Whittier]

Richard Milhous Nixon, 37th President Of The United States Of America.

March 28, 1969

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Death Claims Ike In Final Heroic Struggle [Dwight Eisenhower].

July 7, 1969

Aviation Week & Space Technology

Apollo 11 Mission Flight Crew.

July 13, 1969

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Two Die As Plane Falls Onto Home, Compton Tragedy Fatal To Visiting Ohio Teen-agers.

July 21, 1969

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Eagle Blasts Off Moon, Hurtles Toward Linkup, Rendezvous Next After 21-Hour Stay [Apollo 11].

July 22, 1969

Los Angeles Times

Heading Home, Apollo Out of Moon Orbit, Due For Splash In Pacific Thursday [Apollo 11].

July 28, 1969

Aviation Week & Space Technology

Apollo 11 Landing On Moon, Apollo 11 Astronauts Plant U.S. Flag On Lunar Surface.

August 8, 1969

Life Magazine

On The Moon, Footprints And Photographs By Neil Armstrong And Edwin Aldrin.

October 15, 1969

Azusa Herald

Golden Days, A Time for Remembering (3 copies).

October 10, 1970

Azusa Herald [Souvenir Edition]

Golden Days In The City Of Azusa, 83rd Anniversary (2 copies).

1971?

Los Angeles Times

Historical Headlines, Famous Front Pages Of The Los Angeles, 2nd Edition

February 5, 1971

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Spacement Beat Faulty Computer [Apollo 14].

February 10, 1971

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Wary Eyes Fixed On Quake-Hit Reservoir [Sylmar Earthquake].

February 10, 1971

Los Angeles Times

Day of Disaster, Quake Leaves 42 Dead, 1,000 Hurt, Periled Dam Forces 40,000 To Flee, 12 Freeway Bridges Fall, Snag Traffic [Sylmar Earthquake].

March 9, 1971

Los Angeles Herald-Examiner

Who’s Greatest? Frazier, Of Course [Frazier vs. Ali Fight].

October 9, 1971

Azusa Herald

Azusa From The Days Of The Daltons Celebrates Golden Days.

1972

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Pictorial

 

May 2, 1972

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

J. Edgar Hoover, 77, Dies Quietly In Sleep.

May 16, 1972

Los Angeles Times

Wallace Paralyzed By Bullet In Spine [George Wallace].

October 8-14, 1972

Azusa Golden Days Tab

Azusa Golden Days.

December 26, 1972

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Truman Succumbs To Age, Infirmities.

1973

Pasadena Tournament of Roses

 

January 23, 1973

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

LBJ Body To Rest In Capitol, Peace Deal Wrapped Up?

January 24, 1973

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

‘Peace With Honor’, U.S., Hanoi Tell Pact Details.

June 1, 1973

Aztec Sun

Congratulations To The Class Of 1973.

1974

Pasadena Tournament of Roses

 

1974?

Los Angeles Times

Historical Headlines, Famous Front Pages Of The Los Angeles, 5th Edition, California News Events

July 10, 1974

Los Angeles Times

Earl Warren Succumbs At 83.

August 9, 1974

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

President Ford Claims ‘Long Nightmare’ Over, Nixon Limps Home.

August 9, 1974

Los Angeles Times

Nixon Resigns In ‘Interests Of Nation’.

August 10, 1974

Los Angeles Times

President Ford Says ‘Nightmare Over’, Pledges Openness, Honesty, Candor In His Administration.

August 12, 1974

Newsweek

Eleventh Hour [Nixon].

1975

Life Magazine [Bicentennial Issue]

100 Events That Shaped America.

October 2, 1975

Azusa Herald

Azusa Golden Days Gala 77th Anniversary Celebration (2 copies).

1976?

Los Angeles Times

Historical Headlines, Famous Front Pages Of The Los Angeles, 7th  Edition, Presidential Elections Of The Twentieth Century

February 14, 1976

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Patty [Hearst] Weeps, Moves Jurors.

June 3, 1976

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Magna Carta Delivered.

July, 1976

National Geographic

This Land Of Ours.

July 4, 1976

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Nation Observes Greatest Fourth.

July 4, 1976

Los Angeles Times

Capital Strikes Up Band, Hails ‘Greatest Fourth’.

1977

Pasadena Tournament of Roses Pictorial

 

September 26, 1978

San Diego Union

Nation’s Worst Air Disaster, 150 Die As 2 Planes Collide, Crash Into San Diego Homes.

September 27, 1978

San Diego Union

Third Plane May Have Misled Jetliner Pilot, Leading To Disaster.

May 27, 1979

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Two Killed, 100 Hurt In Chemical Plant Explosion.

June 12, 1979

Los Angeles Times

John Wayne Dies At 72.

November 1, 1979

Los Angeles Times

Mamie Eisenhower Dies, Former First Lady, 82, Succumbs In Her Sleep.

December 25, 1979

Star

The 70’s, Ten Tumultuous Years In Stories And Photos.

November 17, 1980

Los Angeles Times

61 Homes Destroyed, Brush Fires Blacken 50,000 Acres.

November 17, 1980

Tribune

Break In Winds Gives Edge To Fire Crews.

January 20, 1981

Tribune

Reagan Inaugurated As 40th U.S. President, Hostages Wing Way Homeward.

January 21, 1981

Tribune

Released Americans Enjoy Their Freedom, Carter Goes To Meet Former U.S. Hostages.

January 26, 1981

Los Angeles Times

A Joyous U.S. Homecoming, 52 Return To Arms Of Loved Ones.

March 31, 1981

Los Angeles Times

Reagan In ‘Good’ Condition After Surgeons Remove Bullet.

October 7, 1981

Tribune

6 Egyptian Soldiers Assassinate Sadat.

December 4, 1981

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times, The First Hundred Years

December 7, 1981

Los Angeles Times

Survivors Recall Scenes Of Horror At Pearl Harbor, The Day The Unbelievable Happened.

December 7, 1981

Tribune

Ensign Remembers Pearl Harbor’s Day of Bombs, Bravery.

July 4, 1982

Los Angeles Times

It’s Navratilova, Positively, Martina Leaves No Doubts This Time As She Outplays Lloyd To Win Third Singles Championship At Wimbledon.

January 15, 1983

Daily Press

Reagan Ready For Arms Talks.

July 27, 1984

Los Angeles Times

Olympics ’84.

July 29, 1984

Tribune

Torch is Lit, L.A. Launches 1984 Games.

August 14, 1984

Los Angeles Times

Olympics ’84, A Look Back.

September 20, 1985

San Diego Union

Quake Devastates Mexico City.

September 21, 1985

San Diego Union

New Quake Adds To Mexico Misery.

January 29, 1986

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Shuttle Explodes, Crew Dead.

January 29, 1986

Los Angeles Times

Shuttle Explodes, Crew Killed.

January 29, 1986

USA Today

“Oh My God, No!” [Shuttle Explodes].

July 4, 1986

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Liberty Lifts Her Birthday Torch.

July 9, 1986

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Severe Quake Shakes Southland [Palm Springs Earthquake].

September 1, 1986

Los Angeles Times

70 Die as Planes Collide In Air, Wreckage Plunges Into Cerritos, Burning 16 Homes.

December 24, 1986

Los Angeles Times

‘Grand Adventure’ Ends In Triumph For Voyager Pilots [Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager].

August 22, 1987

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Davis Pledges Irwindale Home Of The Raiders.

October 2, 1987

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

6 Die, Scores Hurt As Quake Jars Southland [Whittier Earthquake].

February 7, 1988

San Gabriel Valley Sunday Tribune Parade

The Common Enemy [U.S. vs Soviets].

July 4, 1989

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

Fire Ravages Hacienda Heights Area.

September 1, 1989

San Gabriel Valley Daily Tribune

World War, The Fifieth Anniversary, Europe Marks 50th Anniversary Of War.

October 18, 1989

Los Angeles Times

Massive Quake Hits Bay Area.

October 18, 1989

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Quake Kills Hundreds, 6.9 Catastrophe Devastates Much Of Bay Area.

October 18, 1989

Pasadena Star News

More Than 200 Dead As Quake Ravages Bay.

October 18, 1989

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Hundreds Die In 6.9 Earthquake.

October 20, 1989

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Aftershocks Jolt Bay.

March 1, 1990

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

5.5 Quake Jolts Valley [Upland Earthquake].

January 17, 1991

Los Angeles Times

U.S. Bombs Baghdad, Allied Jets Raid Targets Across Iraq.

January 17, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

U.S. Launches Air Attack, Saddam Remains Defiant.

January 18, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribunee

Iraq Hits Back, Attacks Israel, Saudi Arabia.

January 19, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

More Iraqi Missiles Land In Tel Aviv.

June 29, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

6.0 Quake Shakes Valley [Sierra Madre Earthquake].

October 22, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Killer Blaze Contained, Damage Tops $1.5 Billion [Oakland Fires].

October 23, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Fire’s Toll 19 Dead $5 Billion In Ruins [Oakland Fires].

November 5, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

5 Presidents Help To Dedicate Reagan Library In Simi Valley.

December 7, 1991

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Remember Pearl Harbor, 50 Year Anniversary.

February 13, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Valley Drenched! Wilson Declares An Emergency.

April 23, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

6.1 Quake Shakes Southland [Desert Hot Springs Earthquake].

April 26, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Huge Temblor Shakes Up N. California [Ferndale, Calif. Earthquake].

April 30, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

L.A. Burns After King Verdict.

April 30, 1992

Los Angeles Times

All 4 In King Beating Acquitted, Violence Follows Verdicts; Guard Called Out.

May 1, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

L.A. Smolders Under Siege [King Verdict].

May 1, 1992

Los Angeles Times

Looting And Fires Ravage L.A., 25 Dead, 572 Injured; 1,000 Blazes Reported [King Verdict].

May 2, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Bush Dispatches Troops, A Shaken King Pleads ‘Can We All Get Along?’

May 3, 1992

Los Angeles Times

Jittery L.A. Sees Rays Of Hope, Few Crimes Or Major Incidents Are Reported.

June 29, 1992

Los Angeles Times

2 Strong Quakes Jolt Wide Area, 7.4 Desert Temblor Is Sharpest In 40 Years [Landers Earthquake].

June 29, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

1-2 Punch Jabs Southland, Strongest Quake In 40 Years [Landers Earthquake].

November 4, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Clearly Clinton, Read Our Votes.

November 4, 1992

Los Angeles Times

Clinton Rolls To Decisive Victory.

November 5, 1992

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

‘What Do We Do Now?’ Clinton Frames Future.

January 14, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Slap At Saddam, Allies Bomb Iraqi Missile Sites, U.S. Moves Troops.

April 18, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Forging Peacefully Ahead, Verdicts Calmly End King Trial.

April 18, 1993

Los Angeles Times

2 Officers Guilty, 2 Acquitted, Guarded Calm Follows Verdicts In King Case.

October 28, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Out of Control, Altadena, Laguna Devastated By Flames.

October 28, 1993

Los Angeles Times

13 Fires Ring Southland, 450 Homes Burn, Laguna, Altadena Hard Hit.

October 29, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Battling Back, Fire Chased Into Hills As Wary Residents Return.

October 29, 1993

Los Angeles Times

Losses Climb As Fires Still Burn, 554 Homes Hit, Crews Contain Some Blazes.

November 3, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Fire Engulfs Malibu, Up To 100 Homes Destroyed.

November 3, 1993

Los Angeles Times

Firestorm Torches Malibu Area, Scores Of Homes Destroyed As Thousands Flee.

November 4, 1993

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Malibu Blaze Blamed On Arson.

January 18, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

30 Seconds Of Hell, Freeways Buckle, Buildings Collapse In Crippling Quake [Northridge Earthquake].

January 18, 1994

Los Angeles Times

33 Die, Many Hurt In 6.6 Quake, L.A. Area Freeways Buckle, Buildings Topple [Northridge Earthquake].

January 19, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Staggering Toll, 42 Dead, $7 Billion Damage, Freeways Ruined [Northridge Earthquake].

January 19, 1994

Los Angeles

Southland Struggles To Dig Out, Quake Toll Rises to 40; Services Still Down [Northridge Earthquake].

April 23, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Nixon Dead at 81, 37th President Resigned In Watergate Scandal.

April 23, 1994

Los Angeles Times

Nixon Dies, Ex-President Was Major Figure On World Stage.

April 28, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Nixon Mourners Lay Past To Rest, Clinton Somberly Calls For End To Judging Predecessor ‘On Anything But His Entire Life’.

May 20, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, 1929-1994, Cancer Takes Life Of Former First Lady.

June 5, 1994

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A Day For All Time, D-Day Special Report.

January 11, 1995

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Swept Away, President Clinton Declares 24 Flooded Counties Disaster Areas.

January 11, 1995

Los Angeles Times

Powerful Storm Pounds State, Thousands Evacuate Homes, Scores Rescued.

April 20, 1995

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Searching, Grieving, Dozens Dead, Hundreds Missing In Oklahoma City Car-Bombing, Clinton Vows To Find ‘Evil Cowards’.

April 23, 1995

Los Angeles Times

Hunt For 2nd Suspect Heats Up [Oklahoma City Bombing].

August 6, 1995

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

So Many Died That Morning, 50 Years After The Atomic Bomb Devastated Hiroshima, The Decision To Unleash Its Horrific Power Haunts Japan And The U.S.

October 4, 1995

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Simpson Goes Home, O.J. Savors Life As A Free Man.

October 5, 1995

Los Angeles Times

Simpson Talks Of Trial, Criticizes ‘Misconceptions’.

November 5, 1995

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Rabin Assassinated, Israeli Shoots Leader After Peace Rally.

March 10, 1996

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Say Goodnight, George [George Burns] Quintessential Straight Man And Comic Dies At 100.

August 31, 1997

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A Fairy-Tale Life Ends In Tragic Paris Chase [Princess Diana Dies].

August 31, 1997

Los Angeles Times

Princess Diana, Friend Killed In Paris Car Crash.

September 1, 1997

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Mourning A Princess, ‘English Rose’ Returned To Nation In Sorrow [Princess Diana Dies].

September 7, 1997

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Goodbye To England’s Rose, World Follows Diana On Her Final Journey.

May 16, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Frank Sinatra (1915-1998), From Here To Eternity.

August 18, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Clinton: ‘I Misled People’, President Admits Relationship With Lewinsky, Denies Breaking Law.

September 8, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

61: St. Louis Slugger [Mark McGwire] Ties Maris’ Mark.

September 9, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

62: Move Over Roger Maris, McGwire New King of Swing.

September 15, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Slammin’ Sammy, Sosa Is Unlikely HR Hero.

September 17, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Home Run Watch: McGwire 63, Sosa 63.

September 21, 1998

U.S. News & World Report

Can He Survive? The Starr Report, The Drive To Impeach [Clinton].

September 21, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Cal’s [Cal Ripken] Day Of Rest, Games Streak Finally Ends After 16 Years. Home Run Watch: McGwire 65, Sosa 63.

September 22, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Clinton’s Raw Testimony, Nation Glimpses President Under Video Microscope.

September 28, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

70: Unforgettable Finish For Mac [Mark McGwire].

December 20, 1998

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Impeached! Clinton To Face 2 Charges In Senate.

December 20, 1998

Los Angeles Times

Clinton Impeached, Split House Votes To Send Case Against
President To Senate For Trial, Livingston To Leave Congress.

February 13, 1999

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

It’s Over, Trial Of The President, The Verdict, GOP Fails To Muster A Simple Majority As Senate Acquits Clinton.

April 10, 1999

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Remembering Kathy [50 Years After 3-Year-Old Kathy Fiscus Died In Abandoned Well].

October 17, 1999

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A 7.0 Wake-Up Call [Ludlow Earthquake].

December 31, 1999

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

20th Century Moments In History.

January 1, 2000

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

World Pops Its Cork! At Last, Y2K Arrives As Global Festivities Usher In New Era.

September 12, 2001

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Terror Hits Home, Americans Endure Another Day Of Infamy As Terrorists Destroy World Trade Center Towers, Damage Pentagon.

September 12, 2001

Los Angeles Times

Terrorists Attack New York, Pentagon.

September 13, 2001

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

America Digs Out, Thousands May Be Entombed Under Buildings’ Rubble.

October 8, 2001

U.S. News & World Report

New Kind Of War, Bombs, Spies, A Global Hunt, And That’s Just For Starters.

October 8, 2001

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

U.S. Strikes Back, Bin Laden, Taliban Target Of Retaliatory Bombing.

October 11, 2001

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

A Nation Changed, Americans Coping 30 Days After Attacks.

September 11, 2002

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

America Goes On High Alert, Security Raised For Anniversary Of Terror Attacks.

September 16, 2002

U.S. News & World Report

One Year After 9/11.

2003

Living Here - San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News

The Good Life In The San Gabriel Valley.

February 2, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

What Went Wrong? Shuttle Disintegrates, All 7 Astronauts Killed [Shuttle Columbia].

February 2, 2003

Los Angeles Times

Columbia is Lost, Shuttle Burns Up Over Texas, Killing All 7 Crew Members [Shuttle Columbia].

March 20, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

First Strike, U.S. Bombs Iraqi Targets.

March 21, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Gound War Begins, U.S., British Combat Units Roll Into Iraq.

March 22, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Shock And Awe, Aerial Assault Rocks Baghdad.

March 22, 2003

Los Angeles Times

U.S. Pummels Baghdad As Troops Push Toward City.

March 23, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Rush To Baghdad, Iraqis Put Up Some Resistance.

March 23, 2003

Los Angeles Times

Resistance Slows Troops As They Head Toward A Battered Baghdad.

May 29, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

100 Years Of Hope [Bob Hope Turns 100].

June 29, 2003

Press-Enterprise

Spanning The Centuries, A Celebration Of Inland History and The Press-Enterprise

July 29, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Bob Hope (1903-2003) Mourning A Legend.

September 11, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

America Remembers 9/11, A Changed World.

October 28, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Devastation Mounts, 15 Dead, 1,134 Homes Charred [California Fires].

October 29, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Rampage Continues, Firefight Goes On All Over Southland [California Fires].

November 16, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

17 Die When Copters Crash, U.S. Military Suffers Single-Worst Loss Of Life Since Start Of Iraq War.

November 24, 2003

U.S. News & World Report

JFK’s Final Hours, A Revealing New Minute-By-Minute Account Of The Day He Was Killed.

December 15, 2003

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

‘We Got Him’ U.S. Captures Saddam Near Tikrit [Saddam Hussein].

June 6, 2004

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) Farewell, A President Remembered.

June 6, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Reagan Dies At 93, Popular President Changed The Political Landscape.

June 10, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Pomp-Filled Procession Escorts Reagan’s Coffin tTo U.S. Capitol [Ronald Reagan’s Funeral].

June 11, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Former World Leaders Console Nancy Reagan [Ronald Reagan’s Funeral].

June 12, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Reagan Buried At His Library, Eulogies Praise Ideals And Legacy [Ronald Reagan’s Funeral].

June 21, 2004

U.S. News & World Report

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004), The Final Chapter.

November 4, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Bush Wins A Second Term, Outlines Ambitious Goals.

December 31, 2004

Los Angeles Times

Sumatra’s West Coast Devastated, Deaths In Remote Areas Push Toll To 125,000, Powell To Tour Region [South Asia Tsunami]

January 21, 2005

Los Angeles Times

Bush Doctrine, Spread Liberty, At 2nd Inauguration, The President Pledges To End ‘Tyranny In Our World’.

December 27, 2006

Los Angeles Times

Gerald Ford Dies At 93, Sworn In After Nixon Resigned, New President Helped Nation Recover.

December 30, 2006

Los Angeles Times

Hussein Executed, And Iraq Braces, Saddam Hussein (1937-2006). A Quiet, Personal Farewell [Gerald R. Ford’s Funeral].

December 31, 2006

Los Angeles Times

Farewell To A President [Gerald R. Ford’s Funeral].

January 3, 2007

Los Angeles Times

Honoring One Of Their Own [Gerald R. Ford’s Funeral].

July 12, 2007

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Lady Bird Johnson Dies At 94, The Former First Lady Who Championed Conservation And Worked Tenaciously For The Political Career Of Her Husband, Lyndon B. Johnson, Died Wednesday.

July 12, 2007

Los Angeles Times

Lady Bird Johnson, 1912-2007, An Activist First Lady Who Succeeded On Her Own Terms.

July 12, 2007

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Lady Bird Johnson, Former First Lady, Who Worked Tenaciously For Her Husband, Dies At 94.

July 13, 2007

Los Angeles Times

Tribute To Lady Bird Johnson.

July 14, 2007

Los Angeles Times

Family Farewell, Generations Of White House Ex-residents Attend The Funeral Of Lady Bird Johnson In Austin, Texas.

October 23, 2007

Los Angeles Times

Massive Evacuations Ordered As Onslaught Of Fires Spreads.

October 24, 2007

Los Angeles Times

1,155 Homes – And Counting.