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Image of Horse and Buggy in Santa Monica Canyon - undated

Horse and Buggy in Santa Monica Canyon - undated

Sam Jones, brother of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, in horse drawn buggy in Santa Monica Canyon. Sam Jones' wife is standing nearby.

Image of Sam Jones and Family on a Buggy Ride - undated

Sam Jones and Family on a Buggy Ride - undated

Sam Jones, brother of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, in a horse drawn buggy in Santa Monica Canyon with unidentified members of his family.

Image of Georgina Jones, Marion Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage at Beach - undated

Georgina Jones, Marion Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage at Beach - undated

Georgina Frances Sullivan Jones (front, left) her daughter, Marion Jones (front, right), Mrs. Mary A. Jones, mother of Senator John P. Jones (back, middle) and two other unidentified women riding on the beach in Santa Monica in a horse-drawn carriage. Point Dune is in the background behind them.

Image of Marion Jones, Georgina Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Marion Jones, Georgina Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Marion Jones (standing), Georgina Frances Sullivan Jones (seated, front), Mrs. Mary A. Jones, mother of Senator John P. Jones (seated, back), and others in a horse-drawn carriage next to the Reyes Adobe house, circa 1900, in Santa Monica Canyon. The Reyes Adobe, with ruined roof, was built in Rancho Boca de Santa Monica (near Seventh Street and Adelaide Street).

Image of Georgina Jones, Marion Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Georgina Jones, Marion Jones and Mary Jones in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Georgina Frances Sullivan Jones (front, left), her daughter, Marion Jones (front, right), Mrs. Mary A. Jones, mother of Senator John P. Jones (back, middle), and two other unidentified women, riding in a horse-drawn carriage along a path.

Image of Family of Senator Jones in Rose Adorned Carriage, 1895 - 1895

Family of Senator Jones in Rose Adorned Carriage, 1895 - 1895

Members of the family of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, riding in a horse-drawn carriage decorated with roses at La Fiesta de Los Angeles. Roy Jones and his wife Pauline Williamson Jones sit in the front of the carriage. San Francisco heiress Alice Hobart and her fiance, Winthrop Elwyn Lester (nephew of Senator Jones), sit in the back of the carriage. Photo is signed, "Hill, Pasadena, Cal." A similar image taken at the same time (not part of the SMHM collection) contains the annotation below. Front: La Fiesta de Los Angeles in 1895 Back: Senator Jones son “Roy” & wife on front seat - A “many times millionaire” girl from San Francisco & Mr. Lester to whom she is engaged o

Image of Gentlemen on a Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Gentlemen on a Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

A group of gentlemen riding atop a cart drawn by a team of four horses, with a guide leading in the front of the horses, possibly part of a parade.

Image of Alice Jones on Horse, Miramar - undated

Alice Jones on Horse, Miramar - undated

Alice Jones, daughter of Santa Monica co-founder Senator John P. Jones, on a horse at Miramar.

Image of Georgina, Alice, Marion Jones and Man on Horseback, Miramar - undated

Georgina, Alice, Marion Jones and Man on Horseback, Miramar - undated

Alice Jones, Georgina Jones, and Marion Jones, daughters of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, and an unidentified man, on horseback in front of Miramar.

Image of Jones Family and Guests with Horse-Drawn Carridge at Miramar - undated

Jones Family and Guests with Horse-Drawn Carridge at Miramar - undated

Family members and guests of Santa Monica co-founder Senator John P. Jones, in front of Miramar. Some guests and members of the family are seated on a horse-drawn cart, while others stand on the porch in the background.

Image of Miramar, home of John P. Jones, with Family in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Miramar, home of John P. Jones, with Family in Horse-Drawn Carriage - undated

Exterior view of Miramar, the home of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, on the corner of Ocean Avenue and Nevada Avenue (now Wilshire Boulevard). Construction of the house, a three-story Victorian residence, took two years, from 1887 to 1889. Family members are seated in a horse-drawn carriage, including Georgina Frances Sullivan Jones, wife of Senator John P. Jones, and her daughters.

Image of Senator John P. Jones with son Roy in front of Their Home, Miramar - undated

Senator John P. Jones with son Roy in front of Their Home, Miramar - undated

Exterior view of Miramar, the home of Santa Monica co-founder, Senator John P. Jones, on the corner of Ocean Avenue and Nevada Avenue (now Wilshire Boulevard). Construction of the house, a three-story Victorian resdience, took two years, from 1887 to 1889. Senator Jones, his son Roy Jones, and an unidentified child stand in front of the house near a horse-drawn carriage.

Image of Publicity Event  with Horse at Henshey's Department Store - 1940/07/25

Publicity Event with Horse at Henshey's Department Store - 1940/07/25

Young woman in Western garb with a horse, surrounded by a crowd in a publicity shot in front of Henshey's Department Store.

Image of Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Horseback riders in the Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica.

Image of Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz , Elks Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz , Elks Parade in Santa Monica, 1935 - 1935/09/28

Sheriff Biscailuz on horseback in the Elks Convention Parade in Santa Monica

Image of Beneres and MacIntyre on Horseback - 1925/06/06

Beneres and MacIntyre on Horseback - 1925/06/06

Beneres and MacIntyre on horseback, June 6, 1925.

Image of Horse Parade on Santa Monica Beach Promenade - undated

Horse Parade on Santa Monica Beach Promenade - undated

A horse parade on the Promenade at Santa Monica Beach.

Image of Leo Carrillo on Horseback - 1947

Leo Carrillo on Horseback - 1947

In December 1947, Leo Carrillo dressed in cowboy attire and posing on horseback for a group of Latin newspaper reporters. Carrillo's leather stirrup covers are silver-studded and have the actor's initials on them, "LC."

Image of Leo Carrillo on Horseback - 1947

Leo Carrillo on Horseback - 1947

In December 1947, Leo Carrillo, in cowboy attire, is posing on horseback for a group of Latin newspaper reporters. Carrillo's leather stirrup covers are silver-studded and have the actor's initials on them, "LC." Photograph inscribed: "71."

Image of Leo Carrillo on Horseback with Latin Reporters - 1947

Leo Carrillo on Horseback with Latin Reporters - 1947

In December 1947, Leo Carrillo, in cowboy attire, is posing on horseback for a group of Latin newspaper reporters. The shadow of the press photographer can be seen in the foreground of the photograph.