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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pomona
Pomona, California and Vicinity
▶ Los Angeles County (852) ▶ Kern County (306) ▶ Orange County (191) ▶ San Bernardino County (221) ▶ Ventura County (108)
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|Completed about 1854 and restored in 1939, this was the family home of Don Ygnacio Palomares, who with Don Ricardo Vejar was granted Rancho San José in 1837 by Governor Juan B. Alvarado. — — Map (db m128910) HM|
| Built about 1840 by Ygnacio Alvarado.
Chapel served by San Gabriel Mission.
Pomona's first public school.
Dr. B. S. Nichols family home 1886-1951.
1951, Alfonso B. Fages home. — — Map (db m128914) HM|
|On this site, September 12, 1888,
was held the first session of Pomona College. — — Map (db m154561) HM|
|The first adobe home of Ygnacio Palomares and wife
Concepcion Lopez, the oldest house in the Pomona Valley, was built in 1837. It originally consisted of two rooms with a viga-latilla branch roof and packed mud floor. The Palomares family lived . . . — — Map (db m128911) HM|
|Dedicated to the families of Ygnacio Palomares
Builder of this house and
Ricardo Vejar grantees of Rancho San Jose in 1837 first settlers of Pomona Valley — — Map (db m159632) HM|
| The Los Angeles County Fairgrounds was one of 15 temporary assembly centers established during World War II pursuant to Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942.
The U S. Army confined at this site . . . — — Map (db m128372) HM|