Jack Finn Collection

Jack Finn Collection

A Los Angeles & Pasadena Electric Railway car stands ready in front of Lippincott’s Funeral Parlors (Undertakers, Embalmers, Cremating), draped in funerary bunting. The LA&P was the predecessor line to the Pacific Electric. This is in Pasadena.

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  • Harry Marnell

    Yes, the scene is in Pasadena. Lippincott’s Funeral Parlor was at 43 W Colorado, so the car is facing east toward Fair Oaks Avenue.

    The large building in the background is the Hotel Stevenson, which was at the northeast corner of Colorado & De Lacey.

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  • […] the Hollywood Cemetery, and the National Cemetery via the Santa Monica Air Line in Westwood. This 1890 photo shows a mail trolley that was converted into a funeral car on the Los Angeles & Pasadena […]

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